Real Madrid and Barcelona don’t need no cup. Every meeting between them is royal
How to enjoy the Messi experience? One move, one goal, one smile at a time
Real, down one man, managed a comeback. Its celebration after a home tie say a whole lot of how much Real is afraid of its archenemy
Some weird logic claims that either Barcelona or Real can afford itself to lose the first of the upcoming four games between them. It is easy to confront this theory, but let us just say: Real Madrid and Barcelona can’t afford to lose to each other. This is what makes this rivalry such a classic
Tottenham’s best strategy would be to make tonight’s gam a clash of styles
After fighting racism and chauvinism, football should get rid of homophobia
English fans are campaigning for the return of standing areas (and good old times of football atmosphere)
Does Europe really need Neymar? Does Neymar need Europe? Recent economic trends may suggest otherwise
Jean-Paul Sartre could not have found a better example for his relations between past and future than today’s clash between Inter and Bayern
F.C. Copenhagen, facing Chelsea tonight in the Champions League, doesn’t get any extra credit for running its football business the right way
Here are 11 reasons why Liverpool is on the way back to its glory days
Dictators have often treated football with fear. Why? Because the game represents all the virtues those regimes are afraid of.
A look into the relationship between football and dictatorships, as the ultras of Cairo’s sports clubs are marching in the front lines of the protests against Egypt’s regime.