Football fans all over the world are in shock to learn about Lionel Messi’s departure from FC Barcelona, the club he...
It was time to enjoy mega teams and players clashing in Europe and South America in the form of the Euro 2020 and the Copa America
The uproar over the announcement of a breakaway European Super League to rival, and possibly replace, the UEFA Champions...
In an age where sportspeople are increasingly criticised for their excessive wages, reckless lifestyles and for losing touch...
Javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem has become the first Pakistani athlete in decades to qualify directly for the Olympics...
While the world is barreling into Esports or electronic sports, Pakistan has been slow to pick up speed in this kin...
The Video Assistant Referee may be a necessity in a soccer game, but the system can do with some improvement...
High profile tournaments, fierce transfer battles and a club’s expulsion from an important league have kept soccer fans
This year’s edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup showed conclusively that women’s football is on the up and up
For the first time in five years, the race for the English Premier League title is set to go right down to the last game
The prodigious young talent that tennis lovers saw at the recently concluded Australian Open along with the resilient
The newly introduced UEFA Nations League is a glimpse into the future of international football
Arguably the biggest surprise of the summer transfers in football is the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo is now the new face
The FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 14 in Russia. Eos takes a look at some of the favourite teams and the key players..
Six Muslim states, including four Arab countries, have qualified for the football World Cup 2018. This is a good sign
Netherlands, Italy and Chile had contrasting fortunes in the qualifying rounds but none made it to the 2018 FIFA World
The second article in a series on the road to the World Cup looks at how the groups square off and how the teams match
As the countdown to the 2018 FIFA World Cup begins, a look at how we and the qualifying teams got there
More than the sport itself, transfers have become the world’s most-followed game