Soccer

President of Venezuelan soccer body Berardinelli dies

Venezuela’s soccer federation says its president Jesús Berardinelli has died two weeks after suddenly losing consciousness and presenting other health problems in a hospital

The Latest: AAC to play 8 conference games, up to…

The American Athletic Conference says it will keep its eight-game conference football schedule in place and allow its 11 schools to play up to four nonconference games

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NYCFC, Sporting Kansas City advance to…

Rob Stone, Maurice Edu and Alexi Lalas recap an eventful night in the MLS is Back Tournament which saw NYCFC defeat Toronto FC and Sporting Kansas City beat Vancouver in penalty kicks.

Arsenal to cut 55 jobs due to financial damage…

Arsenal is cutting 55 jobs due to the financial damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic

Virus hits Syria's national soccer team amid COVID-19 surge

A Syrian official says at least four players and three staff members on Syria’s national soccer team have tested positive for coronavirus and are in isolation

Deportivo player questioned by police after leaked audio

Spanish police have questioned a player who suggested in a leaked audio recording that his team may not play to win a rescheduled second-division match

NFL Establishes Coronavirus Testing Policies as…

The NFL has chosen to work with BioReference Laboratories in testing players and staff for the upcoming NFL season. The move comes after several star players blitzed the league on Twitter, criticizing the NFL's lack of direction heading into camp. This is the third professional sports contract that BioReference has announced this month, and now the stock of their parent company, OPKO Health, flirted with all-time highs during Tuesday's session. Within the last two weeks, the company revealed that it will provide COVID-19 testing for the NBA and MLS.  Mark Carman, studio host for Fansided, discusses his reaction to the NFL's plan as teams are set to arrive at training camp.

Spanish club Alavés hires coach Pablo Machín

Spanish club Alavés has hired coach Pablo Machín on a one-year contract

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AP Interview: Martins is Portugal's latest…

Olympiakos coach Pedro Martins heads to England for the Europa League meeting with Wolverhampton keen to manage in the Premier League one day

Barcelona train ahead of Napoli clash

Barcelona prepare for their Champions League second leg with Napoli

Soccer returning in Africa with troubles and…

The soccer season in the southern African nation of Zambia has been cut short just two weeks after it resumed because of a coronavirus outbreak among top-flight clubs

Brazilian team loses 18 players amid pandemic, still wins

Tiny Brazilian soccer team Mirassol lost 18 players during the new coronavirus pandemic

The Latest: Marlins a late arrival for 1st game…

The Miami Marlins are scheduled to end an eight-day hiatus with a game at Camden Yards, although getting to that point has not been easy

Real Madrid train for Man City Champions League…

Real Madrid players train at their Valdebebas base as they prepare for their Champions League match against Manchester City.

Irish Cup final will see fans return to a UK soccer stadium

Supporters will attend soccer in Britain on Friday for the first time since the country’s coronavirus lockdown four months ago

Prince William: I Scared Foe With Fake Sniper

Being a royal comes with perks even on the soccer field, at least for Prince William. During an appearance on the BBC's That Peter Crouch Podcast , where he spoke with the former professional soccer player about mental health and more, the Duke of Cambridge fessed up to getting a bodyguard...

Brentford to earn $200M+ if promoted to Premier League

Brentford can earn more than $200 million over three years in additional revenue by beating west London rival Fulham on Tuesday to secure a return to English football’s top division after a 73-year absence

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Aubameyang double helps Arsenal beat Chelsea for…

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores twice as Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final as Mikel Arteta earns first trophy as the Gunners manager.

Ex-UCLA coach pleads guilty to accepting $200K in…

A former University of California, Los Angeles men’s soccer coach has pleaded guilty to accepting $200,000 in bribes to help two students get into the school as recruits