Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was carried off the field during a game on Sept. 29 after his second injury in only a few days, raising questions about NFL concussion protocols.
Most boys in football academies do not make it to the Premier League.
There are benefits and risks attached to big money moves.
What happened when we recreated football scenarios in a laboratory.
The lack of a system to support youth development is just one reason why Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda have produced few top footballers.
One in 14 Premier League footballers receives online abuse every day.
This generation of players continues to experience sexism and racism.
Money can ruin things but it doesn’t have to following the success of England’s women at the Euros.
Physical education is too often sexist and old fashioned. Here’s what it could be like instead.
We can build on the tournament to raise the profile of women’s sport.
Women’s football is winning hearts and minds in Britain. But there’s still a lot of work to do to overcome ingrained male prejudice.
Summer sports camps and pre-season training often have kids running hard in high heat and humidity. The combination can be deadly.
In a country that has largely avoided political and cultural hyper-partisanship, the Barassi Line is perhaps our strongest sociographic dividing characteristic, and certainly novel globally.
Sports can help prevent the involvement of youth in violent extremism.
Achieving financial independence requires special tactics.
Kennedy v. Bremerton, a case about a public school teacher’s prayer, helps close out a Supreme Court term in which religion was often in the spotlight.
They may not be funded by gas and oil, but these two sides are big money players.
Contemporary fiction on screen increasingly tells the stories of abusive men in a realistic way. This documentary does not.
Record attendance of professional women’s matches show support is higher than at any time in history.
Study after study has shown that stadiums are terrible public investments. Taxpayers rarely want to pay for them. So why do governments keep subsidizing them?