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.
Tim Sparv has a message ahead of the World Cup in Qatar: “Staying silent when you see injustice, that’s just not cool anymore.”
Founding BPC MLS members Earl Edwards Jr and Sean Johnson share the evolution of the organization and highlight their goal to create a sustainable and accessible future for soccer alongside Audi.
Claudio Bravo recalls moments throughout his career: “I was so confident, not even God could have scored on me.”
As Austin FC prepares for its first MLS postseason appearance, Diego Fagúndez, the club’s first goal scorer, takes a look back on the moment it all started.
Geoff Cameron recounts his legendary game-winning goal in his MLS rookie home opener.
I was asleep when the phone rang. It was my mother. I looked at the clock. It was 3:30 a.m. When your mum calls you at that time it’s never good news, right? I
Armando Broja on what it means to represent Albania: “Every time I travel for international duty and pull on the red and black I feel this incredible pride and excitement.”
These photos, annotated with Steph’s own words, show what rehab from a serious injury looks like, as well as the pressure, disappointment and hope that run through the mind of an elite athlete.
Jill Scott announces her retirement: “If you don’t love it, you don’t last. You can’t. The dream is what sustains you.”
Retired soccer star Jermain Defoe reflects on his career and the people who have shaped his life: “I feel so lucky, and I’ve never taken anything for granted.”
Nadia Nadim on her ultimate goal: “We have to be on the same team. We're all living on the same planet. So the question is: Will we learn how to play together?”
Debinha on why she plays the game: “When I wear the Brazilian team shirt, I feel that I’m representing not only my dream, but that of all girls and women who dream of seeing our sport at the top.”
My heart jumps every time I hear my name read out on the team sheet with all those big names.
Sara Gama pens a letter to her younger self: “I am writing to let you know that you are going to become someone that you never thought you could be.”
Alexandre Pato opens up: “I know what you’re thinking. I’ve heard it for 10 years.”
USMNT’s Kellyn Acosta wrote this in honor of AAPI Heritage Month.
Éder Militão pens a letter to his younger self.
Jacob Ramsey on playing for Aston Villa: “I’m so lucky to wake up every morning and go train and play for Aston Villa.”
Antontion Rüdiger pens a goodbye to Chelsea.