Karl Ove Knausgaard, Aleksandar Hemon, Joseph O'Neill, and eight other soccer-loving writers plumb the tournaments most compelling characters.
Brazil's fraught racial and sexual history with soccer—and my family's fraught history with Brazil.
John Oliver's 13-minute rant is just the latest in a long string of embarrassments.
A British writer calls American soccer fans “derivative, excessive and utterly ridiculous.” Those same adjectives apply to his essay.
The Welshmen is the one player who would have made the tournament more interesting.
You'd better hope bus drivers aren't on strike this summer.
At the current rate, more than 4,000 migrant workers will die to build the infrastructure for a soccer tournament. This is an abomination.
How Major League Soccer Can Beat the English Premier League in America: Embrace Its Inner Brooklyn
May 12, 2014
Now that Major League Soccer inked a new, eight-year TV deal, here is how it can win your heart.
The sport was changed forever.
Today is big for Sunil Gulati, president of the U.S. Soccer Federation.