Today is the opening day for Major League Soccer. College Basketball conference tournaments have also just begun. The Cherry Blossoms will be blooming ahead of schedule here in D.C. What are you looking forward to this spring?
Since the MLS starts today, the Guardian explored why the season lasts so long.
Large Argentinian clubs like Boca Juniors, Newell’s Old Boys, and River Plate may have to wait a little longer to continue their seasons.
No TV deal, player strike threatens to postpone start to Argentina's league season even more https://t.co/EL40MuQPKM— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) March 2, 2017
Orchestrating a trip to the World Cup was already difficult but it looks like it’s going to get a little bit harder.
Report: Fans will need ID cards to attend World Cup in Russia https://t.co/PjQfyFyVbH— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) March 2, 2017
Facebook may soon flip football broadcasting on its head.
How Facebook could change the face of Premier League broadcasting https://t.co/3RxY6f7Xnc— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) March 2, 2017
Today the International Football Association Board is debating an interesting rule change at their annual meeting.
Thoughts with Fernando Torres and Atletico Madrid.
The USWNT defeated Germany in the She Believes Cup by a score of 1-0.