It's been a busy year for St. Louis soccer fans. More than 40,000 of them raced to get tickets to Busch Stadium when Manchester City challenged Chelsea in May 2012. The same thing happened three months later, when more than 54,000 football fanatics packed the Edward Jones Dome to catch Real Madrid ... More >>
For a city without a Major League Soccer team, St. Louis has hosted more than its share of international friendlies in the last six months. A sell-out crowd of 48,263 watched Manchester City upset English Premier League powerhouse Chelsea in May, and Real Madrid, helped by playboy Cristiano Ronald ... More >>
Today in St. Louis soccer news, we have for you a different kind of story than our ode to superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. David Whitener, 22, may be slightly less famous, but he is representing St. Louis -- and the United States -- in an international sporting event this week. Whitener is currently i ... More >>
Will St. Louisans get to see incredibly sexy soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo this August? Despite transfer rumors, it's looking like the second-highest paid and second-best player in the world will be here. Portuguese international Ronaldo should appear with his Real Madrid side when the Spanish gi ... More >>
photos by Keegan HamiltonNo bull: the Spain fans at Guido's take their soccer seriously. If skirmishes haven't yet erupted on the Spanish-Portuguese border, the bullets (hopefully proverbial) will start flying shortly. There's a strong mutual dislike between the two nations and today's knockout r ... More >>
Ian FroebYeah, the Brazilians LOVE football.Keegan is out of town for a few days. I will try to fill his boots.The highly anticipated meeting between Brazil and Portugal -- ranked #1 and #3 in the world, respectively, by FIFA (and let's not even get into the historical baggage) -- was a dud. Yell ... More >>
This World Cup game will make you shout like Andrés Cantor.