What's New

USA vs. Mexico: Where El Tri will turn if they lose Andres Guardado

Ankle ligaments. The most buzz-worthy storyline for Mexico and U.S. fans ahead of October’s playoff between the two nations for CONCACAF’s 2017 Confederations Cup berth has revolved all around ankle ligaments; specifically, left ankle ligaments. And more specifically, the left ankle ligaments of Andres Guardado. Ever since the reigning Gold […]

Listen to Soccer Morning from 9-10:15am ET with Kristan Heneage

Today’s Soccer Morning features an interview with Kristan Heneage. You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page at www.worldsoccertalk.com/live. During the show, you can tweet your questions or observations live to @soccermorning Or better yet, you can call in with your questions or comments […]

Ian Plenderleith interview; World Soccer Talk Radio (9.21.15)

Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with writer Ian Plenderleith. During the interview, Ian Plenderleith discusses his new book, Rock ‘n’ Roll Soccer: The Short Life and Fast Times of the North American Soccer League. Nate dives into the history of the league […]

Why everyone loves to hate Diego Costa

Chances are, if you have a passion for the game of soccer and are not specifically a Chelsea supporter, you most likely (strongly) dislike the Blues from London.  The Premier League bad boys are a mixture of arrogance, brashness and talent, with players and a manager that are immensely polarizing. […]

What's Rising

Arsenal and Tottenham have halted their race for Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi

Things are heating up in North London between Arsenal and Tottenham, with last weekend’s results leaving Spurs only two points behind the rival Gunners, who sit in fourth place in the English Premier League. But it is not just on the pitch where the competition is picking up. Both teams […]

Recent Comments

Sign up for the free World Soccer Talk daily email newsletter for news and soccer TV schedules

* indicates required

What's Hot

Examining why two-footed footballers are so rare in soccer

Soccer is a sport of aesthetic delights. The ball crashing into the net off the underside of the crossbar, a perfectly timed sliding tackle, a goal in front of a raucous away end, a dinked finish over the goalkeeper; they’re minor facets which strike a chord with the game’s fanatic […]