Where’s the reporting on the nations playing in the World Cup?
How soccer strategy reflects the quest for justice through the ages.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, March 23
Reasons to doubt Mayor Emanuel’s promises on schools—as if you needed more.
There’s only one place in Chicago to play futsal, a stylish indoor offshoot of soccer
Generational battles break out between Olympic athletes of the present and the past.
All our economic woes could be solved if Greece beats Germany at Euro 2012 today
The Greek soccer team celebrates Bloomsday with an upset over Russia in the European Championship
What did the the Mexico-Bosnia soccer game at Soldier Field have to say about a nation of immigrants?
A look at the site of a once-great soccer stadium
Better than an autograph, you can get an athtweet for free.
The Reader goes to charter school
The U.S. beat Brazil yesterday in the 2011 women’s World Cup after Megan Rapinoe’s assist to Abby Wambach forced a penalty kick shootout.
An inevitable event occurs.
Why soccer superfan Jamie Trecker is U.S. Soccer’s harshest critic.