At the Cheesecake Factory with his parents in the early 2000s, producer Martin Kessler got a tip: Nomar Garciaparra was there.
Telemundo commentator Andrés Cantor is best known for his legendary goal calls. But there's much more to his life and career.
Former MLS player Otto Loewy's story represents a growing problem in youth sports.
In 2013, a Tunisian soccer club used a smartphone app to make an empty stadium sound less empty.
In 1992, Arsenal commissioned a mural. But there was a big oversight.
During a protest in Santiago, Chile, a group of rival soccer fans came together.
Columbus native Morgan Hughes was a Crew fan from the beginning. He wasn't about to let his favorite team slip away.
By 2009, Pohnpei's soccer team — which had never won an international match — had effectively disbanded. Englishman Paul Watson wanted to help bring it back.
Fort William FC hadn't won a match in more than two years. Then Russell MacMorran volunteered to help.
Derrick Etienne Jr.’s grandfather came to the U.S. with $19 in his pocket. Now his grandson plays soccer for Haiti.
The Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson tells the story of Norwegian star Ada Hegerberg, who has refused to play in this year's Women's World Cup.
"Their achievements on the field are equally matched by their achievements off the field," says UMass Lowell Professor Jeffrey Gerson, who teaches sports and politics.
In 2013, Matt Eliason's life changed when he scored a bicycle kick in a soccer game against Lionel Messi.
The Howard University men's soccer team became the first HBCU to win a national championship in any sport in 1971. Three weeks after the game, their title was stripped.
Eric Murangwa was one of just three Tutsi players on Rwanda's Rayon Sports soccer club when the Hutu-led genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda began.
British soccer club Queens Park Rangers have a special way to commemorate their eternally dedicated fans.
Omar Zarzour had to put his dreams of playing professional soccer aside when the Syrian Civil War began in 2011.
Jon Cross’ three older siblings all played Division I soccer in college. He always assumed he’d follow in their footsteps. But along the way, his dreams were derailed.
Businessman Dale Vince bought Forest Green Rovers in 2010. In 2015, they became the world's first vegan sports team.
When FIFA 19 rated fourth-tier footballer Kevin Ellison as one of the slowest players in the game, he set out to prove them wrong.