The goal that defied the Nazis and killed a legend

Was a simple tap-in goal the reason behind Austrian great Matthias Sindelar’s death?

Cuba’s route to football glory: a six-month training camp in North Korea

It just so happens that North Korea was the catalyst behind Cuban soccer’s heyday.

Is Alejandro Bedoya the future of American soccer?

Alejandro Bedoya’s importance to the U.S. Men’s National Team lies in his desire to avoid MLS at all costs.

The new Euro Stars

A quick glimpse at Paul Pogba and David Alaba — European soccer’s hottest young prospects.

The girl who escaped from the Taliban and became a soccer star

The remarkable story of Nadia Nadine — a former Afghan refugee, current American soccer star and future plastic surgeon.

Dani Alves: ‘I was happier before. Has no one stopped to think that fame is shit?’

Barcelona’s legendary fullback opens up about life on and off the pitch.

Christian Pulisic
Christian Pulisic, his rise, and the truth it speaks about American soccer in 2016

PennLive · June 2016

An in-depth look at the ascension of USMNT revelation Christian Pulisic and the inefficiency of the US Soccer Federation.