Soccer Cleats for HG, FG and SG. What’s the Difference?

Almost every model of soccer cleats is made to be suitable for a different field condition. HG (hard ground)- for playing on hard surfaces. FG (firm ground) – for playing on firm surfaces. SG (soft ground) – for playing on soft surfaces.

Buying Soccer Jerseys Online

When you buy soccer jerseys online you can save yourself a lot of time—and maybe even a lot of money too. Especially for the serious soccer player, it is very important to have soccer equipment and clothing that you can purchase quick and easy.

England’s Chances in the World Cup

So with another World Cup fast approaching, what are England’s chances of success this time round. Read on to learn more.

The Future of Football (Soccer)

It has grown to be one of, if not the biggest sport in the world. But what is the future of the ‘beautiful’ game. Read on to learn more.

History of Football (Soccer)

It has grown to possibly the biggest game on earth but what is football’s origins and history. Read on to learn more.

World Cup 2006: Trinidad and Tobago’s Giant Killing Dreams

Trinidad and Tobago’s Soca Warriors come from the tiniest soccer playing team in the finals. The odds of their winning the World Cup are 1000/1.An impossible dream beats in the hearts of this Carnival fun loving nation.

World Cup Superstars – Who Is The Greatest Player?

Every four years a World Cup will come along and occupy a football fan’s thoughts and time for weeks. But of all the superstars that have graced this tournament, who is the greatest?

Australia vs. Greece – The Importance

The importantance of this game lies far beyond the result, as it is already a win for Australian soccer.

Improve Your Soccer Stamina

A fitter player and, more importantly, a fitter team can play at a faster pace for a longer period of time. Fitness and player stamina is what sets apart professional and part-time teams, especially when they play in “all or nothing” matches such as the FA Cup where there is no middle ground for a draw.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Tunisia

Tunisia qualified for their third straight finals in dramatic fashion in the final round of fixtures. They needed just a point against arch-rivals Morocco but were trailing 2-1 until Nuremberg midfielder Adel Chadli netted the crucial equaliser 20 minutes from the end.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Ukraine

This will be the Ukraine’s first major tournament they have qualified for since narrowly missing out every time following their independence in 1991.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Saudi Arabia

Germany will mark Saudi Arabia’s fourth successive appearance at the World Cup but they are still trying to emulate the success achieved in the 1994 finals.

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