FIFA.com chatted with former Spain international and Villarreal star Marcos Senna about swapping 'futbol' for 'soccer' and his hopes of Soccer Bowl glory with the New York Cosmos this weekend.
A slice of history will be made on Saturday when the legendary New York Cosmos make a return to competitive action for the first time in nearly three decades, with former team superstar Pele set to be on hand to witness proceedings.
Fresh from helping Villarreal gain promotion to the Spanish top flight, veteran midfielder Marcos Senna has left the club to move to the USA.
La Liga champions Real Madrid hit the 100-point mark with a 4-1 victory over Real Mallorca, while Malaga ensured their first ever UEFA Champions League qualification, while Sporting Gijon and Villarreal were relegated.
Villarreal took a massive step towards La Liga football next season with a 3-2 win over relegation rivals Sporting Gijon, while Granada guaranteed their top-flight status with a 2-1 win over Espanyol.
All three Spanish sides left in the UEFA Europa League were victorious in La Liga on Sunday, while Real Sociedad, Villarreal and Granada each moved a step closer to safety.