Barcelona's Lionel Messi Out 7-8 Weeks After Injuring KneeBarcelona forward Lionel Messi will miss 7-8 weeks after injuring his knee in La Liga game against Las Palmas on Saturday.
Attendance Skyrockets In Women's Soccer After World CupThe Portland Thorns played the rival Seattle Reign on Wednesday night before a National Women's Soccer League record crowd of 21,144.
2015 ESPY Award Winners Full ListDid you miss the ESPYs? Not a problem. Here is a recap of all of the winners at the 2015 ESPY Awards.
Women's World Cup Final Preview: USA vs JapanThe Women's World Cup Final is set after Japan beat England 2-1 on Wednesday. This sets up a rematch of the 2011 World Cup Final, when Japan beat the U.S. in penalty kicks, 3-1.
Japan Defeats England, 2-1, To Advance To World Cup Final Japan beats England 2-1 in the World Cup Semi-Final; will play U.S. in World Cup Final on Sunday.
World's Top Goalkeepers Set To Face Off In World Cup SemifinalThe Women's World Cup semifinal clash between top-ranked Germany and the second-ranked United States will feature two of the best goalkeepers in the game: Nadine Angerer and Hope Solo.
5 Things You Missed At The 2014 World Cup In Brazil: Finals WeekGermany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But that's only one of the stories. Here are 5 things you may have missed from finals week.
LeBron: World Cup Final 'Bigger' Than NBA FinalsJust a few hours after arriving in Brazil, LeBron James sized up the World Cup final and said it trumps the NBA finals.
Argentina To Play Germany In World Cup Final After Defeating Netherlands In Penalty KicksArgentina reached the World Cup final on Wednesday after beating the Netherlands 4-2 in a penalty shootout.
5 Things You Missed At The 2014 World Cup In Brazil: Week 5The 2014 World Cup is down to four teams. But plenty of stories are still swirling around. Here are five things you missed.
World Cup: USA-Belgium Game Receives Better Ratings Than Past World Series, NBA FinalsAn estimated 21.6 million people watched Belgium knock out the United States soccer team in the World Cup on U.S. television -- an impressive total for a weekday afternoon that almost certainly undercounts how many people actually saw it.
Soccer 101: Understanding the 'World's Game'Your guide to soccer and the World Cup

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