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Americans Dominate International Ticket Sales for FA Cup Final

Who said the world’s King Sport isn’t catching on in the U.S? Of course anyone can argue that the popularity of soccer in the country can’t compare to that of the big four: football, basketball, baseball and hockey. The NFL is by far the league with the greatest fanbase in the nation followed by the […]

May 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Real Madrid Against A.S. Roma Top-Priced Ticket for International Champions Cup

The International Champions Cup, is a friendly tournament played by international club teams, will be played in three different countries during the summer of 2015.  A tournament will take place in the United States, Australia and China, respectively.  The Australian games will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the 18th, 21st and 24th […]

April 2015 by Joe Sudberg

La Liga Race to Top of Table Takes Shape in April

There is an incredible close race to the top of La Liga currently going on in Spain.  F.C. Barcelona currently sits atop the Spanish throne, leading by four points over Real Madrid.  The Catalan club defeated Cristiano Ronaldo and company in their last match, a huge win that put them four points clear of their […]

April 2015 by Joe Sudberg

FC Barcelona Has Exciting Week Ahead With Man City and Real Madrid Matches

FC Barcelona, one of the most successful and celebrated club teams in the world, will have quite a week on their hands. They face two top-notch teams in a four day span as they battle Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League head-to-head, and then host El Clasico later in the week. […]

March 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

With Champions League First Leg in Books, Second Leg Looms Large in March

On Wednesday, February 25th, the first leg of matches for the Champions League Round of 16 finalized. No team won by more than two goals, as it was a competitive leg of matches as a whole. Here’s a short summary of results from the first leg. Bayern Munich and Shakhtar had an uneventful match, where […]

February 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

Chile Outlasts Australia, Wins 3-1

Group B action finished Friday night with Chile and Australia both playing well, but Chile stealing the 3-points.   Despite coming out lightning quick and almost ending the game in the ’14th minute, Chile almost blew a 2-goal lead by becoming too relaxed in their play. Scoring first in the ’12th minute, Chile midfielder Charles Aranguiz played […]

June 2014 by sportshead