The Real Salt Lake goalkeeper is using his platform to spread awareness for the Special Olympics, as well as creating a positive community to help grow the game of soccer.
Tobin Heath is determined to reimagine the way women are seen and experienced in sports through RE—INC.
İlkay Gündoğan says goodbye to Manchester City F.C.: “Today is bittersweet. Goodbyes are never easy, but it’s even harder with this team.”
Richarlison shares his story: “When we were knocked out of the World Cup by Croatia, it was hard not to let the sadness overcome me. But gradually, that feeling of love came back to my heart.”
Brad Stuver believes that good can be done with small actions.
Fabinho wrote this for Liverpool: “This season has been frustrating, but we have lived history in these last few years together. I’m so proud to be a part of this club.”
Alejandro Bedoya addresses America’s gun problem: “We need to talk about this stuff. Some things really are bigger than sports.”
Bruno Guimarães shares his story: “I really took ‘the long way’ to this moment, but I think that maybe I appreciate it more because of all the setbacks.”
For Martin Ødegaard, it’s always been Arsenal: “I’m so proud to be captain of this club and I feel like I’m going to be here a long time.”
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir is fighting back: “This is about my rights as a worker, as a woman and as a human being.”
For Fikayo Tomori, there’s no place like AC Milan: “At a club like this you can’t do things half-hearted.”
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.
Gabriel Martinelli has always dreamed of playing for Brazil in the World Cup: “You are watching the Selecão and you’re thinking, Imagine wearing that shirt at a World Cup.”
This is the life of Rodrygo: “Words have power. Man, I’m living proof.”
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.”
Joshua Kimmich isn’t focusing on Germany’s 2018 results. He’s looking ahead to the 2022 World Cup: “Don’t get me wrong, I still dream big. I love the challenge and I know we can go far, but we have to take it step by step together.”
This is why Kalidou Koulibaly plays for Senegal: “Me representing my country is not just about a football match. It is about my blood, and my history, and the dreams of my parents.”
Walker Zimmerman pens a letter to his younger self ahead of the World Cup: “There’s absolutely nothing like playing for your country. It’s the best feeling in the world.”
Hirving Lozano is ready for Mexico to cause an earthquake during the World Cup — again: “We can make the earth move.”
Danish manager Kasper Hjulmand shares his story: “Our team stands for diversity, tolerance and respect for all people. We know the issues with Qatar around these values.”
Antony, in his own words: “If you really want to understand me as a person, then you must understand where I am from.”
From his free agent move to Nottingham Forest to the birth of his daughter, Jesse Lingard values privacy online and at home. The midfielder shares his story.