The Los Angeles Galaxy and Comunicaciones meet at Stubhub Center as the CONCACAF Champions League continues. The match is on Aug. 18, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET.
In Group D of the competition, the Galaxy already had their first game done when they went head-to-head against Trinidad and Tobago's Central FC.
The Americans were not challeged at all as they put five goals past their rivals in a 5-1 thumping victory to sit atop the standings in the group. Alan Gordon opened the scoring in the game for the Galaxy, while Raul Mendiola made it 2-1 by the half. Three unanswered goals from the Galaxy converted by Gyasi Zardes, Giovani dos Santos and Ignacio Maganto completed the emphatic victory for the favoured club. more >>
Liverpool host AFC Bournemouth at Anfield in game week two of the English Premier League. The match is on Aug. 17, 2015 at 3 p.m. ET.
Liverpool are coming off a 1-0 win over Stoke City in their first game of the new Premier League season. More importantly, that victory helped them finally put to bed the demons of their 6-1 loss to Stoke to end last year's campaign.
It was a sour note to Steven Gerrard's last game as a Liverpool player but the Reds have shown they can move on and with a win, they will now try to continue their positive start with another win over Bournemouth. more >>
Barcelona will try to complete a remarkable comeback as it hosts Athletic Bilbao at Camp Nou in the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup.
The match is on August 17, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. ET.
In an incredible turn of events, the Catalans find themselves in a hole maybe too deep for even them to climb out of as they allowed Bilbao to score four goals in the first leg of the competition. more >>
As outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow played in his first NFL game in almost two years Sunday afternoon, the 28-year-old was greeted with a loud standing ovation. He later ran for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Eagles' 36-10 victory.
Tebow last played in August of 2013 when he was signed with the New England Patriots, but was later released after a rough preseason. After Tebow signed with the Eagles during the offseason, Philly fans were eager to show their excitement to have the former Florida Gator standout on their roster.
As fellow Christian quarterback Mark Sanchez got the nod to start the Eagles first preseason game of the 2015 season against the Indianapolis Colts, Tebow finally entered into the contest midway through the third quarter, and was greeted by the crowd at Lincoln Financial Field with a standing ovation. more >>
As the National Football League preseason is now officially underway, it can be hard to tell with the many pounds of equipment that players wear, which of them understand that God comes before football.
With all the hits, tackles, touchdowns and excitement that the NFL season brings, it can be easy for fans and children to overlook the fact that many of their favorite football stars are guided in faith and were given their abilities by God to help spread His Word.
In a newly released book titled Football Faith: 52 NFL Stars Reflect on Their Faith, Associated Press sports writer Rob Maaddi provides another platform for past and present NFL players to share how their Christian faith has shaped their lives. more >>
Last year's Lakers team was not expected to make it to the playoffs, still, fans hoped that the team would perform well and may actually get a shot at the post-season.
Unfortunately, things did not go according to plan: Steve Nash got injured again, leading to his retirement, Jeremy Lin struggled in his return to the starting lineup, especially with Kobe Bryant getting more touches on offense, and then the Black Mamba himself got injured.
As Lakers fans approach this season, they are dreadful that this could be Bryant's final season in the NBA. A report a few weeks ago stated that Bryant personally talked to team general manager Mitch Kupchak and told him that this would be his final season. more >>