Eight things that have dramatically changed about the beautiful game. And one that hasn’t.
The Fresh Prince took part in a celebrity match ahead of the Champion’s League Final. And embarrassed himself.
This lot will undoubtedly leave you questioning the phrase ‘The Beautiful Game’.
Is it a bird of prey or a beleaguered French football manager? We can’t tell, thanks to this great Tumblr .
Before Posh, before PSG, before the cornrows.
As Golden Balls bids goodbye to professional football, a look back at his finest moments.
Beckham’s retirement means he can now focus on his real passions. Such as…
He’s just announced his retirement from professional football. His ever-changing hair, however, will continue to delight.
Saber Khelifa fights off a tackle then lobs the keeper from deep inside his own half. Take that, Beckham.
Who needs a zone blitz when you have the supernatural?
Before image rights and sponsorships deals, the national game was indeed a thing of beauty.
From ‘rush keeper’ to Wembley doubles. Because ‘jumpers for goalposts’ is only the start of it…
This is getting silly now.
Can I be young again now, please?
Liverpool striker disgraces football and delights the internet.
“To hit a horse - bloody hell - I don’t know what came over me.”
Moments that will haunt players - and make us laugh - forever.
The NFL player-turned-broadcaster was John Madden’s longtime broadcast partner and the voice of a generation of football fans.
Obama declines an offer to wear a football helmet and doles out some political advice.
Thought all the North East had going for it was stag parties, fog and whippets? Think again.
Acts of footballing genius, from the ’90s to the present day.
From ‘66 and all that’ to last summer’s Olympic triumphs, the proudest moments from our national sporting history.
The average NFL career lasts less than four years. This program aims to give those players a cinematic option after retirement.
Rep. Elijah Cummings says Smith did “outstanding work.”
This ex-Texas IT guy’s favorite teams are the Cowboys, the Mavericks, and the Syrian resistence.
The agent for Denver’s star defensive end missed a key deadline and now Elvis has left the building.
Mild spoiler alert: Jess will play football in a field at some point this season.