Jason Sudeikis returned as coach Ted Lasso, who has been getting more into European football since last year's short-lived gig with Tottenham.
Oscar Pistorius' murder trial that has been going on for five months wrapped up Friday and the judge said a verdict will be issued on Sept. 11.
Ten of the 32 spots for the UEFA Champions League are still open, to be decided with the 10 playoff matchups drawn on Friday including Arsenal against Turkish side Besiktas.
Landon Donovan will retire after this MLS season, leaving behind a huge impact on the league, leaving commissioner Don Garber to say the MLS wouldn't be what it is without Donovan.
New York Red Bulls star Bradley Wright-Phillips had a goal worthy of the MLS All-Star Game on Wednesday night to help the MLS to a 2-1 win over Bayern Munich.
Near the finish of the sixth stage of the Volta a Portugal, two riders had a crash on the road and then came to blows before it was quickly broken up by other riders.
The NHL announced the long-expected matchup between the Kings and Sharks on Feb. 21 is going outdoors to Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
Five Australian rugby teams dressed as Marvel Super Heroes this past weekend with Thor, Iron Man, Wolverine, Captain America and the Hulk represented.
Speaking in Toronto on Monday, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said the MLS has decided it will move to the FIFA calendar, though he's not sure when.
The ice-bucket challenge to raise awareness for ALS continues to spread and it's sweeping through the Boston Bruins.
This play is all kinds of good and bad at the same time: German player Christopher Bieber scored a crazy goal with a header ... while on the ground.
Shannon Briggs really wants to take on the heavyweight champ Wladimir Klitschko, so much so that he even berated the champ and started eating from his bowl at a restaurant.
Michigan Stadium hosted Real Madrid and Manchester United on Saturday in front of more than 109,000 fans to set a record attendance for a soccer match in the US.
Real Madrid is taking a tour of the US so they decided to take a little break from their football and try some American football.
Big goaltender Ben Bishop has just one season left on his current deal so on Saturday he signed a two-year extension with the Lightning.