• Friday 4 April 2014

FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2014

2 Matches
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Play-off for third place
Friday 04/04/2014

FIFA WWC 2015 Prel. Comp. UEFA

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Group 6

Umaglesi Liga 2013/2014

3 Matches
Live

Primera División Profesional 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Clausura

Kuwait League 2013/2014

2 Matches
Live

League Division 1 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Group B

Glo Premier League 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

I League 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Subway Cup 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Hoofdklasse SVB 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Budweiser Soccer League 2013/2014

1 Match
Live

Nation Link Telecom Championship 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Ligue 1 Orange 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Championnat National de Division 1 2013/2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano 2014 Clau

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Clausura

Primera Division Verano 20

2 Matches
Live
Friday 04/04/2014
Verano 2014

Tippeligaen 2014

1 Match
Live

Allsvenskan 2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Meistriliiga 2014

1 Match
Live

S-League 2014

1 Match
Live

Sudani Premier League 2014

2 Matches
Live

Girabola 2014

1 Match
Live

Championnat National MTN 2014

1 Match
Live

SMSCredit.lt A Lyga 2014

1 Match
Live

Liga MCB 2014

1 Match
Live
Friday 04/04/2014

Super League 2014

2 Matches
Live

Photos

  • Matheus Cassini poses during his presentation as new player of US Citta di Palermo
  • Olympique de Marseille's Dutch defender Karim Rekik (C) attends a training session
  • Forward Marco Reus (R) of Germany's football club Borussia Dortmund signs autographs to his Japanese fans after a training session
  • New head coach of Germany's football club Borussia Dortmund Thomas Tuchel (L) chats with midfielder Shinji Kagawa (R) during a training session
  • Paris Saint-Germain's French head coach Laurent Blanc (C) attends a training session
  • Bayern Munich's Spanish headcoach Pep Guardiola oversees a training session

Comments

(Total comments 5)
Latest Comments:
Germany
England
garyfg
05/07/2015 at 11:57
garyfg (United Kingdom)
According to the stats Germany committed more fouls then England.
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Daejeon Citizen
Jeonbuk Hyundai
Atmadrid00
05/07/2015 at 09:42
Atmadrid00 (Korea Republic)
Let's go DAEJEON!!!!
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USA
Japan
vinnickX
05/07/2015 at 08:55
vinnickX (Canada)
USA will win !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Chile
Argentina
BarcaFan1113
05/07/2015 at 05:43
What
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Republic of Ireland
England
Italy_123
05/07/2015 at 04:43
Italy_123 (Italy)
England is just average and that's all they ever will be. Their only good player is Wayne Rooney and after he's done England will be in a really tough spot. It will take England a long time to win a World Cup.
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