Miserable Mourinho must quit complaining at United
New season, same old Jose Mourinho. He may have had a break but his first news conference ahead of the new campaign showcased the same dour traits.
Klopp now spending big after Pogba criticism - so what's changed for the Liverpool boss?
Jurgen Klopp criticised Man United's world record purchase of Paul Pogba in 2016. Now the Liverpool boss is spending more than his rivals.
LIVE Transfer Talk: United set for double swoop on Lewandowski, Thiago?
Despite links to teams in Spain, Thiago and Robert Lewandowski could be leaving Bayern for Manchester United. Transfer Talk has the latest.
ICC questions: Life after Ronaldo? Liverpool's title hopes?
Ahead of the International Champions Cup, the world's leading clubs have big questions hanging over them.
LIVE: Follow The Open first round leaderboard
Play at the 147th Open Championship has started at Carnoustie. Follow all Thursday's first round developments with ESPN.
Getting up (early), close and personal makes an Open diehard's day
Matt Cooper joined the early risers at Carnoustie to try to understand just why one of the worst viewing experiences in sports is worth setting a 4:30 a.m. alarm call for.
Danny Willett's round of 69 is the first time he has broken par at a major since he won the Masters in 2016. It's a two-year period he referred to as "pitch black" post-round. "We were [...] swinging it a little bit on and off, and the body [was] being really uncooperative. It wasn't fun getting on the plane and wondering if you were actually going to be able to play The Open on Thursday. So not a nice place to be."
What a summer for those named Southgate! After Gareth's exploits at the World Cup, Matthew shoots two under-par here at Carnoustie in his opening round at The Open. There was no waistcoat, but Southgate looks right at home here, having been a member since he was 16. "I don't think you can know the course much better than I do," Southgate said after his first round 69. "Still I don't know the greens by heart."
'Sister survivors' show powerful moment of solidarity
Aly Raisman takes on the institutions she led to glory
In her fight to end sexual abuse, the Olympic hero and champion -- with courage and voice -- is challenging the very institutions she led to glory on a global stage. Aly Raisman takes the floor.
'Sister survivors' epitomize meaning of courage
The sexual abuse of hundreds of female athletes was put to a stop when a group of brave women came forward to expose it.
German GP: Can Mercedes get its season back on track?
ESPN previews the German Grand Prix and takes a look at what has happened to the once unflappable Silver Arrows who find themselves in desperate need of a win.
Local opposition delays Miami Grand Prix talks
A key discussion on the Miami Grand Prix has been pushed back to August to allow the city to gain more feedback from downtown residents.
Exclusive: Joshua talks Wembley, Wilder and fighting the next AJ
Joshua: I have 10 more years left in boxing
Anthony Joshua declared his fight with Alexander Povetkin the start of a new chapter in his career and believes he has ten more years in boxing.
Lowe: What the Kawhi trade means for Raptors, Spurs and NBA
How will Toronto and San Antonio move on? Zach Lowe breaks down the trade and its major implications on all sides.
How Bogut is taking care of business in Australia
The genesis of Andrew Bogut's return to play in Australia can be traced back about a dozen years, to a meeting in downtown Milwaukee when the Sydney Kings recruit met with several Brisbane Bullets heavyweights on a fans tour of the U.S.
In partnership with Rolex, ESPN takes a look at the history and evolution at Carnoustie, the host of the most famous golf tournament in the world this July.
It might not be part of the traditional comic book universe, but Marvel is lacing up its boots to bring you the epic stories in Russia this summer.
ESPN FC commissioned illustrator Paul Lacolley to create team posters for some of the nations competing at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
After a hellish club season, Paul Pogba is determined to reclaim his joy in Russia. And if he happens to disprove his critics -- and his coach -- in the process? Even better.
They battle in the forest, soccer gang against soccer gang. They are the underground fighters the World Cup host doesn't want you to see.
Top-class football is changing before our eyes: The "storming" era of the game is leaving the likes of Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger behind.
"I never walk out of games early but in these circumstances, staying seemed like a form of self-harm." Nick Hornby on the last days of Wenger.
Our intrepid writer suffers -- and suffers some more -- through a player medical at Everton.
The summer transfer window is well and truly open. Check out the completed moves from all the major leagues.
The world's top soccer players, ranked by position.
We select the best players under 21 who are primed to rule the football galaxy.
Andrea Pirlo, football's undisputed King of Cool, has officially retired. So who will take over the mantle? We pick four compelling candidates.
Cristiano Ronaldo isn't just one of the greatest on the pitch; he's the G.O.A.T. off it, too. Take a trip inside the mad world of CR7's brands.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.
Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
MLS Rivalry Week is full of contentious clashes. Here are some of the best in unique video game format. Ready ... FIGHT!