Despite being eliminated, Americans are still tuning in to watch the World Cup, suggesting a growing passion for soccer. Brandi Chastain joins us to discuss
If you’re planning to watch Brazil fight Germany in Tuesday’s World Cup matchup, you won’t see Brazil player Neymar on the field. But, you will see him in the stands. Well, his face anyway. Fans, meet the Neymar mask– a
The Power Hour Interview: Comic Creator Jonathan Hickman Jonathan Hickman has created comics for Marvel and Image. But, we were curious about his love of soccer and his opinion on the 2014 World Cup. On our new sports and
These are the most entertaining moments of the World Cup so far
There have been a lot of great moments for the U.S. in the world Cup...if you don't count the fact that Jozy Altidore
The U.S. may not be playing the World Cup anymore, but they still have something to celebrate. USMNT’s Alejandro Bedoya decided to gift his teammates with a special bottle of liquor. According to Sporting News, Bedoya sent engraved bottles
The U.S. may not have walked away with the win against Belgium, but goalie Tim Howard will forever be remembered for his amazing effort and his extreme ball-stopping skills. His name is being praised on social media and he
You’ve probably seen the ‘Woo pancakes!’ and ‘Boycott Belgian Waffles’ tweets posted by your friends in an effort to conjure up support for Team USA and not give Belgium any good jiu-jiu heading into today’s World Cup elimination match.
It might be too little too late, but Uruguay player Luis Suarez has formally apologized for biting Italy player Giorgio Chiellini. Here is the apology, according to Fox Soccer. Luis Suarez issues formal apology to Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini. (Pic
Bring on the Luis Suarez jokes. Now that he has been banned for months and owes a fine for biting an Italian player during the World Cup, people all over the world are having fun making jokes about him.