1. Mesut Ozil Can Finally Put His Stamp on Germany at Euro 2016

    UEFA Euro 2016 will be Mesut Ozil's fourth major tournament with Germany. Despite his involvement in three largely successful tournaments, including the 2014 FIFA World Cup that brought ...

    Lars Pollmann Written by Lars Pollmann about 23 days ago 12,562 reads 32 comments

  2. Spain Should Test Aduriz and Morata in 2-Striker Systems in Friendly vs. Georgia

    There's something you can do when you have two strikers: play them both. Together. And on Wednesday, that's precisely what Spain manager Vicente del Bosque did...

    Tim Collins Written by Tim Collins about 23 days ago 2,150 reads 3 comments

  3. Why Mexico Should Be Your Dark Horse for the Copa America Centenario

    On Wednesday night at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Mexico and Chile met for a friendly in their final Copa America warm-up...

    Rik Sharma Written by Rik Sharma about 23 days ago 5,423 reads 34 comments

  4. Can Cristiano Ronaldo Lead Portugal to Euro 2016 Success This Summer?

    It all seemed so easy for Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer of 2004. Twelve years ago, a 19-year-old Ronaldo helped Portugal reach the final of the European Championship...

    Sam Pilger Written by Sam Pilger about 23 days ago 6,179 reads 70 comments

  5. Brazil Struggle for Answers Against Ecuador in Copa America Opener

    For those watching at home, this was somewhat inevitable. As Brazil sleepwalked their way towards a goalless draw with Ecuador in their Copa America opener on Saturday evening, all that was wrong with Dunga and his side was laid bare...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 23 days ago 8,880 reads 48 comments

  6. France's Olivier Giroud Underlines Strong Pre-Euro 2016 Form with Scotland Brace

    UEFA Euro 2016 hosts France continued to warm up for the tournament nicely with a 3-0 friendly win over Scotland on Saturday at Stade Saint-Symphorien...

    Jonathan Johnson Written by Jonathan Johnson about 23 days ago 6,484 reads 26 comments

  7. Hungary Win Shows Toni Kroos Is Germany's Boss but Doesn't Answer All Questions

    Germany won their second and final warm-up match before UEFA Euro 2016 on Saturday, beating Hungary 2-0 at Veltins - Arena in Gelsenkirchen , Germany ...

    Lars Pollmann Written by Lars Pollmann about 24 days ago 13,361 reads 57 comments

  8. James Rodriguez Injury: Updates on Real Madrid Star's Shoulder and Return

    Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez picked up a nasty-looking shoulder injury on June 3 against the USA. However, he has been cleared to return. Continue for updates. Rodriguez Active vs...

    Stuart Newman Written by Stuart Newman about 24 days ago 16,485 reads 14 comments

  9. Alexis vs. Funes Mori and Messi vs. Bravo: 5 Key Clashes in Argentina vs. Chile

    Argentina face Chile on Monday evening in a match fit for a final and a repeat of last year's Copa America decider...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 24 days ago 6,692 reads 38 comments

  10. 3 Key Battles That Will Shape Mexico's Copa America Clash with Uruguay

    Mexico and Uruguay will not be able to gently dip their toes in the Copa America Centenario water. The two nations are instead jumping right in at the deep end, as they face each ...

    Rob Lancaster Written by Rob Lancaster about 24 days ago 5,704 reads 26 comments

  11. Copa America Schedule 2016: Live Stream, TV, Times for Saturday Group Fixtures

    Brazil will open their 2016 Copa America campaign on Saturday when they meet Ecuador in a Group B game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California...

    James Dudko Written by James Dudko about 24 days ago 7,026 reads 2 comments

  12. No Neymar, No Chance? How Will Brazil Fare at Copa America Without Barca Star?

    LOS ANGELES — Fingers can justifiably be pointed at Brazil coach Dunga for many reasons, and frequently are, but this summer it seems like circumstances are conspiring against him, too...

    Rik Sharma Written by Rik Sharma about 24 days ago 18,685 reads 23 comments

  13. 3 Things Portugal Should Test in Friendly vs. Estonia

    Thursday’s 1-0 defeat to England at Wembley might have ended in miserable fashion for the visiting Portuguese thanks to Chris Smalling’s late winner, but it would have ...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 24 days ago 3,972 reads 8 comments

  14. Wayne Rooney Could Still Be England's Most Important Player at Euro 2016

    The previous week, Marcus Rashford became the youngest-ever player to score on his England debut with his goal against Australia at the Stadium of Light...

    Sam Pilger Written by Sam Pilger about 24 days ago 5,070 reads 40 comments

  15. Italy Should Test Stefano Sturaro in Friendly vs. Finland

    Italy coach Antonio Conte has submitted his 23-man roster for the 2016 UEFA European Championship, and there is some consternation on the peninsula. That's not without reason...

    Sam Lopresti Written by Sam Lopresti about 24 days ago 3,049 reads 6 comments

  16. USMNT Still Have Hope to Advance at Copa Despite Loss to Colombia

    Drop the pitchforks and take a deep breath.  Despite falling 2-0 to Colombia in the Copa America Centenario opener on Friday night, the United States men's national team displayed ...

    Joe Tansey Written by Joe Tansey about 24 days ago 19,197 reads 139 comments

  17. Mexico vs. Uruguay Betting Odds Preview, Copa America Prediction

    Uruguay has posted six wins in their past seven games but are plus-195 Copa America underdogs against Mexico at sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark ; this comes despite claiming clean sheet victories in their past two meetings...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by OddsShark.com about 25 days ago 10,178 reads 35 comments

  18. Brazil vs. Ecuador: Betting Odds Preview, Copa America Prediction

    Ecuador aims for their first victory of the year in international play as they take on Group B favorite Brazil as big +335 Copa America underdogs at sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by OddsShark.com about 25 days ago 5,343 reads 6 comments

  19. Mexico Will Look to Stretch Stubborn Uruguay in Copa America Centenario Opener

    If you study the form guide, Mexico are the horse to back in the Copa America Centenario. El Tri heads into the tournament on a 19-match unbeaten run...

    Rob Lancaster Written by Rob Lancaster about 25 days ago 1,962 reads 3 comments

  20. Hatching a Plan for England to Make Bold Statement in Euro 2016 Opener v Russia

    With England's public preparations for Euro 2016 complete, attention is turning firmly to their group B opener with Russia on 11 June...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 25 days ago 3,416 reads 21 comments

  21. 2 Final Chances? Martino's Argentina Job on Line at Copa America and Olympics

    It has been 12 years since a Copa America and Olympic Games took place in the same year. In 2004, Argentina grabbed a gold medal in Athens and finished runners-up in the South American competition...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 25 days ago 1,036 reads 7 comments

  22. Is Spain Boss Vicente del Bosque's Job the Toughest in International Football?

    For most countries, 23 squad places are enough to provide national-team managers with every option, every trait they could possibly want during a major tournament. Some countries even struggle to fill that many spots with players of a suitable calibre...

    Graham Ruthven Written by Graham Ruthven about 25 days ago 5,209 reads 24 comments

  23. United States vs. Colombia Betting Odds Preview, Copa America Prediction

    The two sides with the best odds of capturing first place in Group A will face off in Friday night's Copa America Centenario opener...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by OddsShark.com about 25 days ago 4,624 reads 0 comments

  24. England Defence Hoping Good Days Are Ahead After Rare Clean Sheet vs. Portugal

    Prior to England's final Euro 2016 warm-up match against Portugal on Thursday—a 1-0 win coming by way of Chris Smalling's late header—Roy Hodgson revealed part of his reasoning for scheduling them...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 25 days ago 2,310 reads 13 comments

  25. Why Portugal Can Take Positives from Loss to England in Euro 2016 Warm-Up

    As everyone plots their way through what might happen at UEFA Euro 2016, there has been a tendency to overlook Portugal’s Group F. Take out Cristiano Ronaldo, and it doesn ’t look very glamorous...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 25 days ago 2,429 reads 8 comments