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Coronavirus / Europe

The Bundesliga returns: The race to the top

In PSP’s final Bundesliga installment, we take a look at who hopes to lift the hardware at the end of this broken up season.

Coronavirus / Europe

The Bundesliga returns: The Europa League

With the Bundesliga set to return this weekend, Sean Griswold takes a look at the teams fighting for European competition spots this year.

Coronavirus / Europe

The Bundesliga returns: the relegation zone

The first major European league is coming back this weekend, and an optimistic Bremen fan looks at the teams fighting to avoid relegation.

English Premier League / US / USMNT

Pulisic to Chelsea: promise or pressure?

Was Christian Pulisic’s move to Chelsea the right one to make? Christian Sandler weighs the expectations.

A View from Afar / Culture / England

A Philadelphian abroad: An exchange of football in London

PSP’s Dan Walsh had a surreal football experience while in London several weeks ago. The Eagles were in town to play the Jaguars, and all he wanted was to catch an English soccer match. A strange and enlightening series of encounters ensued.

English Premier League / Opinion

NBC Sports had it right, now it’s wrong

Christian Sandler sees some problems with NBC’s “Premier League Pass”

Featured / UEFA Champions League / World

Not “A.” Not “B.” Who, what then?

Don’t support Barcelona or Manchester United? What to support in Saturday’s Champions League final.

Featured / UEFA Champions League / World

La tercera edición

Four games in three weeks? PSP wants to know what you’ve seen in the first two Barca/Madird matchups, and what you expect to see in the Champions League.

Barcelona / England / English Premier League / Europe / FIFA / La Liga / Liverpool FC / Manchester United / MLS / Spain / UEFA Champions League / World

It’s time to celebrate

Goal celebrations: PSP’s Ryan Pine rains on the parade of those raining on the parade.

England / Featured / History / World Soccer History

Soccer and the Christmas Truce of 1914

The power of soccer is such that it has helped to start wars. It has also given vent to the emotions of wars long over. And it has stopped wars, if only for a day.