1. FC Germania Egestorf-Langreder
Fixtures / Results / TV Schedules / Live Streams
No data found.
Vanquished Brazil struggles to stomach Argentine soccer horde
The Globe and Mail
But one thing is now trying the patience of seen-it-all locals: The wave of boastful, boisterous Argentines arriving for the World Cup soccer final. After Brazil's ignominious elimination by Germany in the semifinal Tuesday in a historic 7-1 rout ...
WATCH: Soccer dives in everyday life
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if everyday people reacted to physical contact like soccer players? No? Me neither. But thankfully the folks at Fourgrounds Film did and the Canadian film company produced a beautiful sketch for our amusement.
The World Agrees: Soccer Matches Should Be Free on TV
Wall Street Journal
Yet after Argentina beat the Netherlands on penalties after the teams were tied 0-0 after 120 minutes in the World Cup semifinals on Wednesday, Kirchner may be reminding the country's soccer-crazed residents that her government enabled them to watch ...
'Most beautiful World Cup supporter' scores modelling gig
A Belgian soccer fan found herself with a modelling contract and the unofficial title 'most beautiful World Cup supporter' after a photo of her cheering at the tournament in Brazil went viral. Axelle Despiegelaere was candidly photographed cheering ...
World Cup: Soccer Goes Into Attack Mode
Wall Street Journal
The World Cup final between Argentina and Germany is expected to draw in record views. WSJ sports editor Geoff Foster breaks down the strengths of both teams, and whether this could be the game that hooks Americans on soccer. Photo: Getty.
World Cup 2014: Penalty shootouts decided by psychology
In the penalty shootout in soccer, all the player has to do to score is kick the ball into one of the four corners of a 24-foot by 8-foot target from 36 feet away. For someone who earns a living playing "the beautiful game," it sounds easy. Costa Rica ...
Six-year-old's head injury sparks discussion on soccer safety
MISSISSAUGA — A nasty cut suffered during a house league soccer game last week in Meadowvale has parents and coaches calling on the City of Mississauga to allow padding to be installed on its soccer nets. Nicole Bezaire, a six-year-old who plays ...