Barcelona-Manchester United In High Demand for ICC

In the midst of one of summer’s most exciting soccer events, US fans are preparing for a collision between arguably the two most well-known clubs in the world as part of the annual International Champions Cup (ICC). Spanish giants FC Barcelona will face defending champions and the most successful club to come out of England, […]

July 2015 by Joe Sudberg

International Champions Cup Announces Tournament In China, Expanding Beyond US and Australia  

The International Champions Cup, an annual club association friendly exhibition competition, announced that it is expanding its soccer tournaments to China. Its alluring feature has been the top European club teams playing matches in the United States and Canada, but with the announcement of a Chinese tournament in addition to a previously announced Australian one, the ICC […]

March 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Costa Rica Surprises Uruguay 3-1

Uruguay played without one of the English Premier League’s most dominating scorers, Liverpool’s Luis Suarez. Even with the intense Suarez ruled out due to his knee injury, Uruguay were still a favorite over the Central American squad of Costa Rica. However, without Suarez Uruguay looked timid, plain and were outplayed by Costa Rica for most of […]

June 2014 by sportshead

Colombia Rolls Past Greece 3-0

Group ‘C’ play began Saturday with Colombia vs. Greece. The Greeks showed up for Saturday’s World Cup match versus Colombia but were completely outplayed from start to finish. There were questions going in for both sides, however, Greece was never really a threat in this game and it was evident early on Colombia smelled blood in the […]

June 2014 by sportshead

Netherlands Defeats Spain In Convincing Fashion, 5-1

Reigning World Cup champions Spain leave a lot to be desired after losing in humiliating fashion to the Netherlands on Friday.   Spain were among the favorites to win the World Cup, however after watching their opening match, Spain may be in more trouble than we realize. It was a rematch of the 2010 World […]

June 2014 by sportshead

Mexico 1 – Cameroon 0

Mexico beat Cameroon 1-0, despite two goals being disallowed due to questionable off-sides calls. Today’s match up between the two Group A teams Mexico and Cameroon, was largely affected by the officals. Following a questionable penalty in the opening game (Brazil v Croatia) the referees once again took the stage in the morning game Friday. […]

June 2014 by sportshead

2014 World Cup Team Preview – Spain

The 2014 World Cup in Brasil is only 15 days away. Before the games begin, I will attempt to break down each team and give you a comprehensive look at the Road to the Cup for all, in Brasil. The top 32 teams have until June 2nd to finalize their 23-man rosters, but in the […]

May 2014 by sportshead