World Cup Brazil

euro 2020

Is the Multi-Country Model the Future of Major Sporting Events?

EURO 2020 will play out all across Europe, is sharing the wealth the future of big international sporting events?
Greg Groggel
7.18.14
innovation

Why the United States Needs a Football Revolution

Even after 101 years, the United States has failed to develop a national playing style. If Jurgen Klinsmann wants to do so, he should look, unconventionally, south.
Ian Walker
7.17.14
World Cup

A World Cup of Broken Ideas

This year’s tournament ended the same way that it started.
Clay Skipper
7.16.14
World Cup

A Not-Quite-Definitive Review of the World Cup's Eight Finest Goals

Free of its in-game context, how does one figure out what makes a goal great?
W.M. Akers
7.14.14
World Cup

World Cup Dispatch: Out and About In The Argentine Slum of Rio De Janeiro

The city government on Rio de Janeiro relocated thousands of Argentinian Fans during the World Cup.
Brian Mier
7.14.14
Rihanna

Rihanna Hangs Out With German Team After Their World Cup Win

Rihanna was at the World Cup. Seems like she had a good time.
David Matthews
7.14.14
USMNT

The Empire Never Ended

The USMNT is growing up. It's not clear that it's turning into an adult we like very much, though.
Chris Collision
7.11.14
fans

The (Other) Battle of São Paulo

Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
Clay Skipper
7.11.14
World Cup

When the World Expected Brazil to Burn, Brazilians Turned to Laughter

After a historically thorough beat down courtesy of Germany, all there was left to do in Brazil was laugh at the absurdity.
Brian Mier
7.9.14
World Cup

Watching a Nation’s Dreams Die in Rocinha

The mood in the favelas of Rio during the national team's was that of complete astonishment.
Clay Skipper
7.9.14
World Cup

"Lost" Referee Hands Out Fouls and Cards Around NYC, Gets Interviewed by Us

We interview the star of a sketch comedy video. It's sports-related, we swear.
VICE Sports
7.8.14
Germany

Brazilians to Use Horrifying, Eyeless Neymar Masks to "Support" National Team in World Cup Semi-Final

Brazil is pinning all its hopes for World Cup glory on a hashtag and some flimsy pieces of paper.
David Matthews
7.8.14