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Orlando City’s New “Soccer Smart” Program Aims to Strengthen Knowledge of the Beautiful Game 

Comprehensive Web Program Offers Interactive Tools for Soccer Fans Ranging from Beginners to Experts
Orlando City SC launched its latest digital initiative “Soccer Smart” – a comprehensive web program designed to help supporters, ranging from beginners to experts, build on their knowledge of the beautiful game. 159 more words



A fan, or fanatic, sometimes also called aficionado or supporter, is a person who is enthusiastically devoted to something or somebody, such as a band, a sports team, a genre, a book, a movie or an entertainer. 592 more words


A New Direction 

It’s not often you get to sit down with football people and talk passionionatly about it, not uninterrupted anyway. Well there is always the waiter or waitress who caters to your every need but they aren’t interested in what your talking about or at least they pretend not to be. 577 more words

Tanner Reviews Ori and the Blind Forest

Today, we revisit the concept of the Artistic Indie Game. I will not hide the fact that I absolutely love this genre. Most of these games are single player, which appeals to me, have an artistic feel to them, which appeals to me, have a typically low price tag, which REALLY appeals to me, and on the whole portrays video games as a new blossoming form of artistic media. 829 more words


The Beautiful Game.

Football. Not the game played with an oblong piece of pigskin, the game played with the foot and a perfectly round piece of synthetic leather. Commonly called “soccer” here in the states. 462 more words

The Beautiful Game

Soccer season is in full swing – this year I’ve moved across the touchline from ‘parent’ to ‘Asst. Coach’

So much fun.

When I was a kid we’d play in the local park from basically the moment we got home until it got dark. 106 more words

Education & Learning

Soccer Is Life

More than any other sport, soccer is life.

When asked to qualify my love for the sport, I immediately go to the usual reasons – the flow of the game, the constant movement, the consistency of the rules, the athleticism of the players, no stoppages or timeouts, only three subs, blah blah blah… 358 more words