It happened. The United States Women’s National Team lost. The defending Women’s World Cup champions fell to Sweden in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Olympics on penalty kicks after a … Continue Reading The Biggest Test for U.S. Women’s Soccer Will Come After The Olympics
As the week wraps up, the fun begins in the world of soccer. This weekend is full of high-profile games, and is an opportunity for you to experience soccer in … Continue Reading Soccer Games to Watch This Weekend (2/12/16)
For American Soccer fans, 2015 ended disappointingly. The year began with friendly victories against the Netherlands, Germany, and Mexico (Germany were ranked first in the FIFA Rankings). But the year will ultimately … Continue Reading 2016: A Transition Year for American Soccer
As we come on the halfway point in the season it gives us the chance to look back and assess the season while look into the future at what the … Continue Reading Assessing Every Premier League Team At The Turn Of The Year
ISH has no relationship or sponsorship with the EA Sports franchise nor the FIFA 16 game itself. The game was purchased independently by our writer, Noah Ziegler. One of the biggest game … Continue Reading EA Sports FIFA 16 Simulation – Bundesliga
The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League are the two club competitions in Europe that all teams strive to qualify for. Almost every country has at least one spot … Continue Reading Why Premier League Giants Are Struggling in European Competition
It’s a common thing fans disagree about. Do you want your club to spend millions of pounds on an already established player? Or do you want to see a youth … Continue Reading Premier League: Who Are the Best Youngsters of the Top Teams?
Social Darwinism in World Football A few months back, I sat in my Grade 11 History class. We learned about “Social Darwinism.” It was defined as the individual or group whom achieve advantage over others … Continue Reading Rookie Contract: Darwinism in World Football