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97 Days... USWNT has a Score to Settle? Fox has some everyday sexism to sell you too

WTF is this sexist bullshit, Fox Soccer?  SERIOUSLY, NO WTF IS THIS?

The horrifying levels of sexism in this one commercial is staggering.

So according to Fox, the two-time winning World Cup champions, four-time Olympic champions, etc, etc, etc, U.S. 284 more words

Animal Fortune-Teller of Football’s Fate

Football fever is always high on the nerves of almost every human and when it is FIFA coming on the row the countries together join the celebration. 448 more words


pic of the week 2/16-2/22

If I were to draw a Venn diagram of sports fans who like soccer and sports fans that like NASCAR, despite not seeing any numbers, I feel fairly safe in guessing that there wouldn’t be much overlap between their circles.  191 more words

Pic Of The Week

Guess Where I'm Going This Summer?

Turns out that 1. the Women’s World Cup final is in Vancouver, which is basically Northern California, and 2. tickets are still available and not expensive, which is a little insane. 139 more words

Other Sports

Whitecaps single game tickets go on sale at the end of this week

The Whitecaps have announced single-game tickets sales will begin at the end of the week.

The gates will open Friday at 10 a.m. PT – unless you’re a season ticket holder or “club partner.” Those lucky people get “exclusive access” to a Thursday pre-sale. 54 more words

Back Of The Net

Hysteria Clouding Sense at Women’s FIFA World Cup

Naysayers Argument ‘Dated’ Claims Industry

With the row over synthetic pitches at the 2015 Women’s FIFA World Cup currently blown over, more mutterings are expected when the tournament kicks off. 501 more words

Bonar Yarns

Commonwealth Stadium to get new turf to erase stubborn football lines for World Cup

EDMONTON — Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium will get new artificial turf ahead of this summer’s Women’s World Cup soccer tournament.

The $800,000 refit is the only way to get rid of the painted lines used for CFL football, said Kevin Kobi, the stadium’s director. 162 more words