Dear Relevent Sports and the ICC,
I believe the ICC tournament will take football to the next level, across the world, as it is the most indelible game ever invented. Congratulations to Relevent Sports, to European soccer clubs and to Charlie Stilitano for breaking new ground in the global soccer fan experience. We are proud to support a new wave in your fan experiences.
Make your mark! To the ICC!
Drew Bartkiewicz, lettrs CEO
THE BEST GOALKEEPER
In 2012, Poland and Ukraine hosted the UEFA EURO Cup,Spain was the champion.I met Casillas at that time.
As a beginning football fan,I knew nothing but Messi and Ronaldo.But in the semi final,Spain won the game after penalties.Casillas made a great save.From Then on,I began to pay attention to him.Then I knew he played for Real Madrid.Fortunately,so did Ronaldo.I loved this team gradually.
But Barcelona bought Neymar and Suarez.MSN swept across Europe.Real Madrid only entered the UEFA Champions League final in 2014.10years ago,Ronaldo won the first champion in Lisbon.10 years had passed,Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid from Manchester United.God would award the cha...
Soccer is the world sport.
Having lived in Europe for seven years and also having played soccer in college it dawned on me what a global sport soccer has become. Soccer transcends politics, war, and even ethnic and racial boundaries. The simplicity of the sport is what makes it such a universal appeal and easy to become a fan.
I grew up in a time when "fan mail" was a postal experience and collectible stamps were of course only a dimension of that physical medium. I am proud to announce that we plan on expanding Fanmail now to a mobile medium, on lettrs, with fanstamps that will delight soccer fans across the world, all in 80 languages. What players would you like to see accessible to ...
The team roared from the sideline
With jocund laughter
As the players slipped and slid
All over the rain soaked field
Looking more like a bad ballet performance
Than a soccer game.
marked by (or suggestive of) high spirits
and lively mirthfulness
In this new year I want to ...
Go to soccer games
Spend time with family
So plans are generating for a year to remember
Because overall what I want is happiness
As a coach
My soccer kinesics
To our team winning the game
Because you know
When I'm kicking air
On the sidelines
And have my face in a grimace
They are surely
Moving the ball downfield
a systematic study of the relation-
ship between non-linguistic body
motions and communication
Hello Lovely Writers!!
I have some B I G news. (Well it's big to me, ok??) Moving on ;)
This girl officially has an instagram account specifically for her writing!! I know this may not seem like something major. Maybe you yourself already have a writing account. But for me it's different.
For the longest time I've been holding my thoughts and feelings in, I was always the girl with the smile. No one ever knew what was going on behind that smile.
This new account will give me an opportunity to express myself in a new way and I'm so excited to see what will come of it!
Of course I'm using a pseudonym, I think it's much more safe, mysterious, and fun that way ;)
To my fellow lettrists:
Any soccer fans around? I may not be the hugest fan--I don't know every statistic and famous player in the game--but I love watching the World Cup. In fact, watching it last year helped me become more interested in the sport. In our violent world, it's heartwarming to see different countries come together and exchange a common interest.
And despite feeling disillusioned by FIFA's corruption, I am more than ever committed to their international competition, because we're now in the middle of the WOMEN'S World Cup!
It's unbelievable how little attention the competition receives given the amount of talent there is in the game right now. Take Abby Wambach, a fo...
When I'm feeling down, sad, rejected, I watch my football team's replays on YouTube. I can't say I'm a spiritual person because I don't follow a certain religion with all my heart, but watching these people whom I've never met play football thousands of miles away is the closest to any spiritual experience that I've ever felt.
This is a phenomenon that I cannot explain. When I feel empty, they make me feel full completely as if there is nothing else in the world that I need except to feel this passion and love for this sport. It's just a sport, right? How can it fill me with such contentment?
People don't play sports because its fun. Ask any athlete, most of them hate it, but they couldn't imagine their life with out it. Its part of them, the love/hate relationship. Its what they live for. They live for the practices, parties, cheers, long bus rides, invitationals, countless pairs of different types of shoes, water, Gatorade, & coaches you hate but appreciate. They live for the way it feels when they beat the other team, and knowing those two extra sprints they ran in practice were worth it. They live for the way they become a family with their team, they live for the countless songs they sing in their head while training all those hours. They live for the competition, they live f...
Every soccer fan has herd the news by now. Specially if you're a Mexican, Manchester United, or a Real Madrid fan. Javier Hernandez on a one season loan to Real Madrid. This is some good news for the Mexicans having a one of their people making a move to a bigger team. The only thing that bothers me is that this could be a a bad season for the Champions League winners. With key players leaving. I'm just worried that if Madrid have a bad season everyone will be on Hernandez for not being a top level striker.
The girls think I'm interested in football only to attract the attention of boys.
Some guys say they are unfeminine because I love football.
I'm a simple Italian girl who loves this sport.
Only he has understood.
And he hates football.
Mary El Shaarawy.♡
I wished team Argentina to win the world cup but actually it did not happen. Well now I realized that in a competition only the best will win and this time it was Germany.