All the stuff being covered outside the unfriendly confines of the award-winning Dirty Tackle...
The FA's YouTube channel says the kid nutmegged Beckham in this Zurich appearance during World Cup bid week a while back, but it's hard to tell if he actually did. Either way, this might have been the moment Beckham first started thinking about retirement.
Youth soccer is such an important part of many families' lives. Zyrtec, the official allergy sponsor of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, supports soccer at all levels. Sideline supporters from the pro ranks down to local youth leagues can be highlighted and rewarded with the Zyrtec Team Behind the Team Sweepstakes.
Playing tiki-taka with the interwebs After the departures of Roberto Mancini and David Platt, Brian Kidd has been left all by himself at Manchester City [YouTube] Chelsea skipper John Terry is not expected to feature in tonight's Europa League final (which experience tells us doesn't preclude him from dressing the part) after being spotted limping [.
Where there is money, drama follows, and few have more money than the kajillionaires of Manchester City. Thankfully, they're also pretty entertaining too. The official site compiled a sort of greatest hits of 2012 for the YouTube page and you quickly realize how many classics they dropped this year simply by tugging a camera along.
Yesterday we shared with you video footage of Watford's incredible 98th minute goal against Leicester, which sent the Hornets to the Championship Playoff Final. They were incredible scenes because just seconds earlier, Leicester missed a penalty that would have sent them to Wembley. However, The Football League — in their "infinite" wisdom — decided to take down the videos from YouTube, although the one from Sky Sports remains.
A day of answering identical questions about a movie in a fancy London hotel room can prove tiresome for a tremendously well-paid actor, so Mila Kunis seemed delighted to take part in a slightly offbeat interview with BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark while promoting Oz The Great and Powerful.
The actress famously attended a Marine Corps Ball when asked by a fan via YouTube, so Stark capitalized on her willingness to socialise with the proles by inviting her to see a Watford game with his 'boys'.
Check out Virginia native and Washington Spirit player Ali Krieger. via U.S. Soccer YouTube channel Few U.S. players have played as many professional club matches as Ali Krieger. For five seasons in Germany, she represented FFC Frankfurt, one of the top clubs in Europe and the world. She came back to the USA to play in the new National Women's Soccer League and is looking forward to having those same lessons learned in the highly competitive pro game replicated on U.
Former Chelsea and current Fenerbahce winger Miroslav Stoch has been bestowed with the 2012 Puskas Award after his superbly effortless volley againstGenclerbirligi was selected by visitors toFIFA.com, FIFA's Youtube page and francefootball.fr as their goal of the year from the 10-goal shortlist.
Beim englischen SCheichklub Manchester City will man das Marketing etwas professioneller gestalten und auch mehr Nähe zu den Fans schaffen und dafür hat man sich passend zur Weihnachtszeit einen Adventskalender für die Fans ausgedacht. Jeden Tag wird sich ein Türchen öffnen und jeden Tag wird ein Spieler etwas für die Fans zum Besten geben.
According to our sources (the Youtube description), there's a suspicion that this young gentlewoman may have been under the influence of a nefarious substance while busting some spectacular shapes in the stands during Elgin City's Scottish Cup 3-0 loss to Rangers on Sunday afternoon.
This wins, hands down, for the best YouTube "highlight reel" in football history. (Alright, it's close.) How many wo/man hours go into this sort of art? Is it as laborious as it seems or when you're good, you're just good?
The only gripe is they forgot to separate each highlight with a scene of Ronaldinho partying at a club.
Lassi Hurskainen is the Finnish goalie who played collegiate soccer in America, but became (internet) famous for his trick shot videos which made it to YouTube. Which makes him more successful than nearly any other player from a US college, but that's neither here nor there.
The validity of those videos has been called into question.
On the 36th minute of Arsenal's 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, Tomas Rosicky committed a foul. It was his third of the game, a challenge which earned him a yellow card and Mark Lawrenson, pundit for Match of the Day, singled it out as the first time he has seen Rosicky tackle.
This is obviously not true (and all Lawrenson has to do is perform a quick search on YouTube to find a showreel of his greatest moments, which includes passes, dribbles and slide tackles aplenty and this entertaining duel with Cristiano Ronaldo).
In the summer of 2011, I converted from casual fan of this English sport to an emotionally attached supporter of Arsenal Football Club. I wasn't around to enjoy The Invincibles. The days of Henry, Bergkamp, Vieira and Adams are only YouTube history lessons for me. The same goes for the 1989 moments told in the film "Fever Pitch.
I'll start off my saying that I was unfortunately unable to watch this one, so by all means please engage me in conversation via the comments section once you are done reading. Now, although I was promised a full replay of the match on MLS's Youtube channel, I've instead had to react to this match based on the various recaps and twitter ramblings I've read this morning (thanks, MLS).
MLS SuperDraft 2013 is the day that in many ways launches the season for many teams, and certainly for the 38 players drafted today. The Seattle Sounders pick 16th and 35th, spots that are more suited for depth in general and in this draft more likely to be defensive players.
One thing that will not happen today is that there will not be a league wide kit/jersey reveal as had long been rumored.
The MLS Superdraft 2013 will be this Thursday at 11am. The First overall selections will be on ESPN Sportscenter. To continue watching the draft, you can turn to ESPN3, ESPNFC, MLSsoccer.com, MLS club websites and YouTube.
On Friday, Major League Soccer announced that the SuperDraft, presented by adidas, will be beamed around the globe via an innovative distribution method featuring ESPN SportsCenter and a number of online streaming partners including ESPN3, ESPNFC, MLSsoccer.
Adam Richman, famous for eating large quantities of food on TV shows like Man v Food and Amazing Eats, is a Spurs fan (thanks, in part, to FIFA 98 and YouTube). As evidenced by the video above, the Brooklyn native has a deep love for the club, but has somehow never stopped at their home, White Hart Lane, during his many travels.
Up until recently, Gareth Bale has been using his official YouTube channel to give short match preview interviews. This week, however, the Spurs star posted a video to demonstrate how unfair life is, because he is naturally better than you at any sport.
As you can see, the left-sided Welshman juggles a golf ball before smashing down the driveway on a half-volley.
A Brazilian freestyle footballer named Murilo Pitol posted a video on Sunday, and it has already been viewed more than 200,000 times. After watching the video, you'll understand why. Pitol combines several amazing soccer tricks in this 90 second video.
Pitol is a 22-year-old who has been uploading his soccer trick videos to YouTube for the past six years.
YouTube is chock full of football-related stretcher fails, but one would imagine they would be avoided with the use of a motorized first aid vehicle.
Not so in the Brazilian Campeonato Pernambucano on Saturday, when Sport Recife's 5-2 home victory over Belo Jardim was interrupted as one of the visiting players appeared to pick up an injury to the face.
There are roughly a billion videos on YouTube which look just like this clip from PSG, hyping up their meeting with Barcelona. Dramatic music, overblown editing and lots of glaring looks. It's the formula. The difference is that 15 year old from the suburbs doesn't have Zlatan, Javier, Thiago and friends acting for the clip itself, which makes it all the better.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber is about to begin his first ever March to Soccer address in a Google+ Hangout, which we've embedded above. Join us, won't you, as we ... I'm not sure, really. It's essentially a State of the League speech, with questions from nine reporters who are also on the Hangout.
This is actually kind of a cool development, because in past years, this State of the League address has been given via teleconference.
Ex-Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean has paid undisclosed damages to his predecessor, Sam Allardyce, over claims he made that the current West Ham boss was a "crook". Kean was filmed telling Rovers supporters on a pre-season tour of Hong Kong that Big Sam had lost his job at Ewood Park "because he's a f**king crook".
With one of the biggest games of the season coming up this weekend, we have a copy of Bright Red to give away. It's a great book which tells the story of the matches between United and Liverpool from 1894 to the present day.
Simply post a YouTube link to your favourite goal in a United vs Liverpool game (make sure you post the comment under a valid e-mail address so we can contact you).
What's that singular one-moment which says the most about US Soccer, progress, regression, promise?
In 2009, TSG picked "The Counterattack Heard Round the World" which was the height of the US team's "Confederation Cup" moment. It was a play of beauty. That play just narrowly edged the Charlie Davies Salute at RFK.
Sporting KC is set to announce the clubs 4th ever designated player tomorrow at 1pm on their Youtube channel. The announcement continues a whirlwind few weeks for the club that's seen them bring in 4 new players already (Josh Gardner, Benny Feilhaber, Ike Opara, and Yann Songo'o) and re-sign fan favorite Matt Besler.
And filmed it, of course. Because it didn't happen unless it's on YouTube.
One would suppose the easiest retribution would be Bayern fans sneaking into the Weserstadion which it shall always be and tagging a picture of the current Bundesliga table. Or projecting a giant image of their trophy cabinet onto the stadium walls.