The 3 Stadiums with The Highest Capacity in The World

Posted by on Jan 21, 2019 in Blog |

To the surprise of many, the stadium holding the greatest capacity of seated spectators in the world is not Camp Nou, Maracana or the Azteca stadium. Moreover, it’s not even found in Europe or in America. That’s right, the stadium with the highest capacity in the world is the Rungrado May Day Stadium. Built in North Korea, an Asian country with little football tradition (if any).

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Sprained Ankle and Knee, The Most Common Injuries in Footballers

Posted by on Jan 18, 2019 in Blog |

In a match, a soccer player easily can run a race of 30 or 40 meters at full speed, then stop and change directions in a matter of seconds. These constant and intense changes of rhythms are very aggressive on the body, even a highly trained one. These intense changes can produce a sprain, a very common injury in football players.

Being football one of the most intense and tough sports that exist, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to know that injuries are the order of the day. Although it is rough, perhaps not so much at the level of resistance as there are other sports such as marathon and cycling that are much more demanding in this regard. However, in terms of the structure of the human body, football is much more aggressive. These are the most common injuries in footballers:

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Noting the Football Difference

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Blog |

Football is different than the Americans version of the name and game. In the United States, Football is a contact sport with one ball, two teams and a whole lot of tackling. The rest of the world has a different focus when it comes to the field. Association Football aka Soccer, is a competitive and driven sport. There are many similarities between the two and several debates on the claim to fame when it comes to the sporty name.

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How Much Running Does a Football Referee and a Footballer do in a Match?

Posted by on Jan 11, 2019 in Blog |

There’s a pretty large field, a ball that’s going from one end to the other throughout the game, and only 3 substitution for 11 players. From this mix, it is easy to deduce that football players need to travel long distances for more than 90 minutes. A truly avid fan may have also noticed that in almost all the matches the average number of kilometers that some players go during a football match is shown. And what about referees? How much does the referee run? Let’s talk about how much players and referees can run during a game.

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8 Big Reinforcements Nobody Has Noticed

Posted by on Jan 1, 2019 in Blog |

These 8 guys are actually quality footballers who are on the exit ramps of their clubs. They didn’t count on the start of this season, but they have a lot to contribute on the field, players ‘forgotten’ in their teams, also quality players that could be great reinforcements in other clubs on the next winter market in January.

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Whose Fault is it?

Posted by on Dec 29, 2018 in Blog |

The demeanor of Jose Mourinho this last season is a complicated matter, and there are lots to talk about. Everybody knows that a short while after Mourinho signed his contract with the Manchester United, echoes and rumors about the advancement of a book that was soon to be published after the season began were spread by the European media. Supposedly, this book would give the public an intimate and personal portrait of the new coach.

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What is Training for Footballers Like?

Posted by on Dec 20, 2018 in Blog |

Roughly explained, football is a collective sport, in which two teams of 11 players face each other in a field. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposing team, for which tactics and game strategies will be used, looking for both the strengths and the weaknesses. Physical training in football has a fundamental role in performance.

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