Category Archives: England

La vida sin fútbol en vivo: ¿qué me supongo que hacer ahora?

Las semanas pasadas han proporcionado sus propios desafíos únicos para el fútbol a cada nivel. Los eventos planificados por la primavera y el verano, como La Olimpiada, son pospuestos, equipos universitarios están en un descanso temporalmente, y hasta los juegos entre niños están cancelados. COVID-19 ha cambiado la vista de fútbol en maneras que nunca… Read More »

Iconic Goal Celebrations

While some goals are remembered for their technique, others for game they won or trophy they secured, certain goals are remembered for the iconic celebrations that followed. In all leagues and on every national teams, players are raising their celebratory standards by creating new post-goal routines or mimicking legendary poses, and the results have given… Read More »

London is Red. And Blue and White.

The major football clubs in London are not particularly fond of each other. Arsenal, Chelsea, West Ham and Tottenham are the Premier league clubs to all call London home, and the hatred that these clubs’ supporters have for one another is real. This phenomenon is not exclusive to London, however. Many cities have multiple clubs… Read More »

Soccer’s Pre-emptive Public Holiday Curse

Soccer can sometimes feel like an alternate reality, an escape. On a hard-earned weekend, a manual laborer and his friends might be able to gather for a couple of hours and kick the ball around.  Sheltered children shuttled in minivans from their identical suburban houses to florescent-lit schools can find release on the pitch. A… Read More »