This is legally binding.
This is legally binding.
Grab a beer, get in the stands, and raise that scarf high above your head.
“Continuing any confrontations between fans at the present time would be a crime against the bright future of Ukraine.”
“You kick like a girl.” Why, thank you!
All hail Anton Hysèn, king of selfies.
Werder Bremen’s Aaron Hunt became a contender for the FIFA Fair Play Award after refusing a penalty kick.
That’s BFG to you.
Neymar just became the nicest guy in soccer.
The South African boy staged his pitch invasion after the final whistle.
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life “RoboCop” suits, and 10 models who’ve failed beautifully at acting.
The game, originally scheduled to be played in Ukraine on Monday, is set to be played in Cyprus, Tuesday.
Results are based off a very complicated scientific formula taking aesthetics, World Cup wins, and patriotism into consideration.
“Players only. No wives, gfs, bfs, side pieces.”
“How can I expect other people to speak about themselves if I’m not willing to do that myself?” says the Arsenal women’s defender.
The actor’s only comments were copied from ex-Manchester United player Eric Cantona from 1995. He also wore a paper bag on his head.
Football As Football looks at what American Football brands would look like if they were in Europe. Spoiler: They look cooler.
Nicolas Anelka’s use of the quenelle, an arm gesture that resembles a reverse Nazi salute, has ignited anger, indifference, and a slew of copycats.
Never change, Ibra.
It’s hard to tell who’s having a worse day, Andre Villas-Boas or Ashley Van Buren.
The Uruguayan scored four of Liverpool’s five goals against Norwich. Three of them put the Luis in “SerIoUsLy, did that just happen?!”.
A World Cup-clinching victory set off celebrations that led to the country’s second soccer tragedy in past three months.
This is how you’ll be spending your weekend whether you like it or not.
I’m a Pole Dancing Blue Cats supporter, myself.
That’s one enthusiastic sports fan.
This week for BuzzReads, David Peisner profiles a professional soccer player who earns only $35,125 a year, and questions whether pay inequality will doom Major League Soccer. Read that and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
Major League Soccer is the only pro sports league in America where superstars can earn 140 times more than their teammates. How much longer will it be able to convince talented, internationally coveted young players like the Los Angeles Galaxy’s Kofi Opare to stay in the U.S. for $35,000 a year?
Praticantes de MMA, aprendam.
From cheeky Essex boy to the coolest man on the planet in just 40 steps.
There’s only one team in London.
Plus your own luxury space capsule (with booze!), the most dangerous road in the entire world, and the terrifying trend of old people learning how to sext.