Soccer Fixture: Manchester City Versus Everton

Manchester City first played Everton, from the city of Liverpool, two days before Christmas and just a few days before the end of the nineteenth century. The two sides met in League Division One at City’s Hyde Road ground in Manchester on 23rd December, 1899. Everton won the match 2.1. Inside-right Jimmy Settle scored one […]

How To Train Football Players And Using The Right Equipment

When training football players to become proficient and successful, it is necessary for coaches to use a variety of football training equipment. Players must be trained to prepare their bodies for the challenges on the field. There are many different positions on the field and a coach must be prepared for the seasons with the […]

Miami Dolphins in the Bubble

The Miami Dolphins are lucky enough to have their very own training facility. This is just right for a team who was able to get a perfect season in 1972. The training facility for the Dolphins is located in the main campus of the Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. It is also the headquarter […]

Five Interesting Facts About The Touchdown Passes Of Doug Flutie

Doug Flutie seemed to be a fan favorite wherever he played. He captured the attention of a nation for his play at Boston College University, he was one of the most popular and successful quarterbacks to ever play in the Canadian Football League, and he was even popular on the rosters of the four different […]

Rams Continue to Round Up Draft Picks

After signing four players to contracts on Saturday the St. Louis Rams continued their aggressive signing period inking four more to contracts. Today the St. Louis Rams have signed speedy 4th round pick WR Mardy Gilyard to a four year $2.34 million dollar deal. The Rams then got a deal done with Louisiana-Lafayette DE Hall […]

Old Oaken Bucket Trophy Football Game – Indiana University Hoosiers & Purdue University Boilermakers

There are many odd traditions in college football and the sort of things that make casual fans scratch their heads in bewilderment are in many instances the exact same things that make extremely zealous fanatical fans love their favorite past time even more. One of the more odd traditions in college football is that the […]

Jon Kitna Takes Over From Tony Romo For The Dallas Cowboys

With Tony Romo breaking his collarbone, backup quarterback Jon Kitna has risen to the role of starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Kitna has been in the NFL since 1997, but only with the Cowboys since 2009. He went to school at Central Washington University in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and got his start as […]

Flag Football Domination – 10 Ways to Destroy Your Flag Football Opponents

Spring is here, and with it the long awaited thaw and return of football. But before you stumble blindly into another mediocre flag football experience, check out ten ways to dominate the league this year: 1. The Pitch If your league calls the ball dead when it hits the ground (and most do), you absolutely […]

The Bump & Run Defensive Back Training

Jamming a receiver at the line of scrimmage is a very effective defensive strategy. Known as the bump and run, the corner back lines up on the line of scrimmage and hits the receiver before he can start running his pass route. The goal is to delay the receiver and take him out of his […]

10 Health Benefits of the Football Sport for Men

If you want to play football, you need to have a few characteristics, such as agility, footwork and endurance. The benefits of this sport can’t be counted, though. Although the game is popular in Latin America and Europe, Americans are also developing interest to participate in the sport. Every game has its benefits and football […]