From his personal experiences with the England National team to his hopes for the next generation, Steven Gerrard tells his story.
The Players’ Tribune captured some of the madness during the U.S. team’s opening games against Wales and England.
Ahead of the World Cup, Romário wrote this for Neymar: “No matter who you are, it is impossible to conquer anything alone.”
Brennan Johnson wrote this for Wales (and his nan): “We’ll be a part of moments that will exist forever in the minds of Welsh kids.”
Yuki Tsunoda told his story in his own words.
Jamie Chadwick on her goals: “I want to be that next female driver in Formula One. I want the next time I write here to be about my first championship in F1.”
Pierre Gasly on his relationship with Red Bull, losing his friend Anthoine Hubert and his win at Monza
This is the life of Rodrygo: “Muchos dicen que algunos niños ya nacen para ser futbolistas profesionales. Fue mi caso.”
Hirving Lozano is ready for the World Cup: “Podemos hacer que la tierra tiemble.”
Sergio Pérez drives in the F1 for pride, for his family and for Mexico: “Es gracioso cómo puedes estar corriendo coches por años y ser un completo desconocido, pero luego llegas a la Fórmula Uno, y todo el mundo sabe quién eres.”
Claudio Bravo recalls moments throughout his career: “Tenía tanta confianza, que ni siquiera Dios me iba a poder hacer un gol.”