Football injuries represent a significant concern in terms of their economic and social burden, with an annual cost of $1.38 billion in the US alone.
A new test - known as 30-15 IFT - in the talent identification process may save time and money and better measure the demands of real soccer performance.
What do footballers, managers, and coaches across Europe think about the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and hormonal contraception?
Our research suggests that young, ambitious players should first gain lower level coaching experience before take their chances as professional head coaches.
Through in-depth interviews with more than 50 football fans in Hong Kong, my research identified three important ways fans adhere to the competition even when their national teams are not
An excursion of young Aboriginal footballers from Australia to the Brazil provides critical insight into how sports education programs can improve participants’ voices and agency.
We analysed 192 academic studies mentioning the European Super League (ESL), aiming to establish a baseline for future ESL iterations.
Who exactly invented the world's most popular sport? Much can be attributed to a nineteenth century English priest, John Charles Thring, who developed a football code called "The Simplest Game."
In Germany, soccer becomes more than just a sporting contest: It also has the power to affect collective attitudes, identities and change national image. This is football-related nationalism.