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BC Women’s Soccer

BC Women’s Soccer

Carlos España, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

Our Roadrunners remain unstoppable. The women continued their positive streak by winning at home against Shasta with a great score of 4-0. Then we continued with one of the team's best games this season...

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BC Men’s Soccer

BC Men’s Soccer

Carlos España, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

  The Roadrunners took flight, and I chose to believe in them. We dominated Lassen with a comfortable 0-4 victory at our home ground, leaving no room for worries. Unfortunately, we suffered a loss...

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Fluminense Win The Libertadores

The tricolor Carioca finally exorcises the ghosts of their past and achieves what for so long has been their biggest obsession
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief November 4, 2023
The gods of soccer scripted an epic tale, a story that resembled an action-packed Marvel movie. The game had it all – skills, drama, fights, and overwhelming emotion. It was a true reflection of what the beautiful game means to South America, where football isn't just a sport but the essence of life. Click here to read all about the 2023 Libertadores final.
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Botafogo’s 2023 Coming to a Heartbreaking End

The Brazilian league is coming to a climatic end and the question arises, are Botafogo going to bottle it?
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2023
As we approach the climax of this unforgettable season, one can't help but wonder: will the underdogs, Botafogo, rise to the occasion and achieve the seemingly impossible? Or will they succumb to the plotting of the Brazilian Federation?
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The 2023 Ballon d’or

Messi Wins it...Again
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 31, 2023
. Famously known as "La Pulga," the former PSG and Barcelona star secured his place in history as the first player ever to clinch the award eight times, surpassing his own previous record of seven—a feat no other player has attained. This triumph surpasses his earlier record of six, a milestone also unmatched to this day.
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Celebrating the birthday of the greatest footballer of all time
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 23, 2023
Pelé's impact on the world of soccer is unmatched, and on his birthday, we remember not just the man but the legacy, the inspiration, and the joy he brought to millions of hearts around the globe.
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The Battle for Eternal Glory

The Libertadores Final is Here
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 21, 2023

In South American football there exists a tournament that stirs the soul like no other. The Copa Libertadores, often dubbed the continent's version of the UEFA Champions League, can be best described as...

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Flamengo 2023

Crossing the lines between soccer and UFC
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 19, 2023

Drama is not uncommon in sports, but recently Brazilian side Flamengo has been taking things to a whole new level. The notorious Rio de Janeiro-based soccer powerhouse is accustomed to making headlines...

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Messi in the MLS

Nathan Azevedo Espindula October 1, 2023

July 15, 2023, marked a historic day when Lionel Messi, considered the mostsuccessful soccer player of our generation, decided to join an American team. This datewill undoubtedly be etched in the annals...

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup Breaks Records, While the U.S Team Breaks Hearts

Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2023

This year's edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup (WWC) Co-hoasted by New Zealand and Australia was the largest yet, with the previous one having only 24 nations. From its kickoff on July 20 to the climatic...

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Sounders make history as first American team to participate in Club World Cup

Nathan Azevedo Espindula February 28, 2023

Seattle-based professional soccer team set out to make history in early February as they became the first American team in history to qualify for the Club World Cup (CWC) that was held in Morocco this...

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