This past week has been an embarrassment of riches when it comes to inspiring women.
Montreal’s (free) celebration of footy culture — for a number of good causes — is happening over two days in July.
A dozen bars and cafés around the city where the atmosphere will turn electric as countries vie for soccer supremacy.
See our round-up of local athletes competing in the summer games in Rio de Janeiro.
Sepp Blatter, fake turf, overpriced beer — FIFA is just a dirty organization. But the Beautiful Game is growing up, and it even makes Montreal’s monster stadium look good.
Figures from Montreal’s music, film, nightlife and restaurant scenes took to the pitch yesterday, ahead of July’s charity soccer tourney, GOAL MTL.
Montreal’s Pitchfest, on from May 16–24, celebrates soccer culture with art, music and film.
Soccer is about to overtake the city, and we’re not talking about the Impact. Here are eight recommended spots to feast your eyes on the beautiful game gone global.
Pitch festival brings love for the world’s most popular sport to Montreal by celebrating all things soccer.
At least one Laval engineering firm was bribing officials with money it made from its coffee machines. Oh, and we’ve got other news for you, too.