You Can Now Watch Live Games And Every World Cup Game Ever Filmed On New Streaming Service FIFA+

FIFA has launched a new streaming video service, FIFA+, which will provide free live games from competitions around the world plus 'Netflix style' documentaries.

The new platform, which is advertiser funded, also includes an archive of every World Cup and Women's World Cup match ever recorded on camera.

While MLS Is Struggling, Women’s Soccer TV Ratings Are Soaring

CBS broadcast the Challenge Cup match between expansion clubs San Diego Wave FC and Angel City FC on Saturday, putting the NWSL front and center. The fans followed, with nearly half a million viewers tuning in for the first Challenge Cup match on TV in 2022. The latest NWSL TV ratings, when the games are put on CBS and not hidden on Paramount+, are impressive, far more so than MLS TV ratings in 2022.

‘King Otto’ Documentary Triumphantly Brings Greece’s Finest Hour Back To Life

King Otto, directed by Christopher André Marks, was released in select theaters and digitally (Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Vimeo, Vudu, etc.) on March 25, and we highly recommend it to anyone who has the slightest interest in Greece's incredible Euro 2004 triumph under the leadership of German manager Otto Rehhagel.  

USMNT’s SportsCenter Roster Reveal Was A Giant Waste Of Time

The USMNT World Cup qualifying roster for the March Concacaf matches is finally here, with a bit too much fanfare, if we’re being honest. U.S. Soccer decided to reveal the squad live on SportsCenter, but the show wasn’t really worth the hype.

Because we won’t make you wait like SportsCenter did to show you the roster, here it is.

USMNT World Cup Qualifying Roster

Just Believe It: Ted Lasso Gets Official Nike Jersey

AFC Richmond is coming back to the Premier League in Season 3 of “Ted Lasso,” and the Greyhounds are getting the Premier League treatment with a new kit. A Ted Lasso Nike jersey was revealed Monday for the Apple TV+ series, which recently begun production for Season 3. 

Jesse Marsch Can’t Escape Ted Lasso-Induced American Stigma, And That’s OK

No matter the sport, pregame press conferences are pretty much all the same. How has training gone this week, what about that result last week, who do you have to watch for on the other team, will that injured player be healthy, blah blah blah ad nauseum. Most of the time, it’s banal shit, only put up with by journalists who require it for their jobs and superfans who devour every bit of information about their team. 

Neymar Unleashes His Obsessive Love For Batman During The New Cape Crusader's Movie Premiere

It's rare to spot a soccer star in fan mode, but on Monday night, Neymar looked like a child fulfilling his biggest dream during the international premiere of "The Batman." PSG's maestro was THE special guest at the event held in Paris and had the chance to snatch some pictures alongside Robert Pattinson (Batman) and Zoë Kravitz (Catwoman), the two main stars in the movie.

"The Bat, the Cat, and @neymarjr are kicking into high gear in the Batmobile," posted the official account of the film, showing Neymar's joy.

Rooney Opens Up On Drinking Problem He Developed To Cope With Stress

Former England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney said he was not prepared for the pressure that accompanied his rise to elite level soccer as a teenager and he turned to drink to cope with his problems.

Derby County manager Rooney began his playing career with boyhood club Everton, scoring his first Premier League goal in spectacular fashion as a 16-year-old against Arsenal in 2002.

Neymar's Netflix Series Is Fascinating In Ways That Neymar Probably Didn't Intend

Warning: Spoilers Ahead (Brazil doesn't win the 2014 World Cup) 

"He's in constant chaos, you know? He often creates it," says Dani Alves with a laugh during the opening of Neymar's new Netflix documentary. "He seems to enjoy that perfect chaos."

And with that we not only have the basis of the title — Neymar: The Perfect Chaos — but a good synopsis of the polarizing footballer who delights in the roles of entertainer, savior, clown, antihero and villain without ever really knowing, or caring, which mask he's going to don on any given day. 

Freddy Adu's Movie Reviews: Rotten Stouffer's

Freddy Adu needs no introduction. After Sierra Mist told everyone he'd fix the ozone layer as a 14-year-old boy wonder, he instead went on to play professional soccer for 15 years while representing his country 17 times. A lot of people still aren’t happy about that and want him to get up there and fix that damn part of the stratosphere, but we say leave him alone.