What should Liverpool expect from Flamengo in the Club World Cup final?

After 38 years, Flamengo and Liverpool will face each other again at the Fifa Club World Cup final at the Khalifa International stadium on Saturday. Despite Jurgen Klopp’s warning last Friday, when he said ‘Flamengo never played against a team like Liverpool’, it is unanimous among journalists that this tournament is more important to the

A club-by-club guide for the Women’s Libertadores 2019

By Maitane Alaña, Olga Bagatini, Flavia Festa, Alexandra Ibaceta The Women’s Libertadores 2019 kicks off this Friday with Colombian giants Atlético Huila aiming to retain the crown they won in Brazil 12 months ago. The 11th edition of the competition takes place at high altitude in Quito, Ecuador, despite the political chaos

Football splits the headlines with political instability at Women’s Libertadores

By Maitane Alaña and Olga Bagatini The 2019 edition of the Women’s Libertadores kicks off this Friday in Quito, Ecuador amid a backdrop of political chaos that has engulfed the country. What is being described by Conmebol and the Latin American press as the biggest and richest in the competition's history, now

First woman to score at Wembley, Pia Sundhage meets The Lionesses again

30 years ago, Pia Sundhage was the first woman to score at Wembley (Mauro Horita/CBF)

Swedish coach Pia Sundhage has great memories from playing against England, at least as a player. The former striker that scored 71 goals in 146 appearances playing for her country, who is now the current coach of Brazil’s national team made history by being the first woman to score at