WATCH: Paul Pogba "All-Access" teaser.
Man United's Paul Pogba joined ESPN FC's Layla Anna-Lee for an exclusive chat before the launch of UEFA's new "Respect" campaign. Here's a sneak peek.
Pogba on tackling racism: Look for skill, not colour.
Speaking exclusively to ESPN, Paul Pogba discusses racism in football and how he admires players from all backgrounds.
Liverpool won't get far in UCL without another defender.
The FC panel praise Liverpool's attack against Hoffenheim, but believe their defensive frailties may hurt them in the UCL.
Liverpool cruise into group stage with big win
Liverpool scored three goals in the first 20 minutes vs. Hoffenheim on Wednesday and cruised into the Champions League group stage.
Firmino, forwards dominate in UCL win
Liverpool's forwards look to be at their best, and Roberto Firmino was at the centre of it all in a Champions League win vs. Hoffenheim on Wednesday.
Barcelona up Coutinho bid to £138m
Barcelona are preparing a staggering fourth offer worth £138 million for Philippe Coutinho. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.
Di Maria to sign for Barca?
PSG continue to chase Kylian Mbappe, which could see Angel Di Maria head to Real Madrid and Andrea Belotti then join Monaco. David Amoyal reviews the transfer rumours.
Barcelona making an almighty mess of transfers, Messi.
Sid Lowe delivers the latest on Barca's transfer targets, Lionel Messi's unsigned contract extension and players siding with Neymar.
Rooney's retirement suits Southgate.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden feels that while Wayne Rooney will go down as an England legend, his retirement makes life easier for Gareth Southgate.
Early England exit shows Rooney's class
Gab Marcotti: It can only be positive for Wayne Rooney to have closed the England phase of his career as only now might his brilliance be recognized.
Rooney's smart England exit
Wayne Rooney took a tough choice in retiring from international football but by doing it now, he can say he left on his terms, writes Mark Ogden.
Carabao: Newcastle, Southampton go out
Newcastle United suffered a third straight defeat of the season as Nottingham Forest won 3-2 at St James' Park after extra time.
Defiant Rafa upbeat after shock Cup loss
Rafael Benitez remained defiant after seeing struggling Newcastle dumped out of the Carabao Cup by Championship Nottingham Forest.
Klopp would welcome back Coutinho with open arms.
Jurgen Klopp insists his relationship with Philippe Coutinho has not been affected by his transfer request.
Liverpool need cover for Salah, Mane
There are plenty of players available who would be a positive rotation option for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool -- and he needs to make sure those reinforcements are brought in.
Coutinho exit would seal 'selling club' status
Liverpool's ability to resist Barcelona's approaches for Philippe Coutinho will show where the Reds sit in the pecking order of Europe's big clubs, writes Mark Ogden.
Transfer Rater: Jamie Vardy to Chelsea
Antonio Candreva and Jamie Vardy to Chelsea are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.
Blues' newcomers make strong first impression
Alvaro Morata, Antonio Rudiger and Tiemoue Bakayoko played together for the first time against Spurs and the results were positive.
Burley's Boiling Point: Putting Diego Costa in his place.
Craig Burley sounds off on Diego Costa and supports Chelsea standing firm on the striker's behaviour since last season.
Madrid, Boca, LA Galaxy: One big ranking
How do you compare Arsenal with Celta Vigo, or Leeds with Sporting Kansas City? FiveThirtyEight's Giant Power Ranking makes it possible.
Ronald Koeman plots further progress
Everton face a testing period in this nascent season, with Ronald Koeman seeking Europa League qualification to continue his upward progress.
Rooney spearheading Koeman revolution
Everton appear ready to upset the elite in the Premier League, with Jordan Pickford and Wayne Rooney at the forefront of the Ronald Koeman revolution.
Everton impress despite 'point won' for City.
The FC panel believe both Everton and Man City will take away positives from their hard-fought 1-1 draw at the Etihad.
Premier League Predictor: Week 3.
Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol go head-to-head in predicting all 10 fixtures in week 3 of the Premier League.
Cox: Where have all the wingers gone?
With formations and tactics evolving, the traditional winger is disappearing in modern football. Just look at the Premier League, for instance.
Mahrez plays on amid transfer speculation
An early feature of this Premier League season has been the way several clubs have been affected by situations surrounding the future of star names. Except for one in particular.
Arsenal a bit of a mess on and off the pitch
Transfer market woes and Arsene Wenger's illogical team selections do nothing to convince there's a cohesive strategy at Arsenal, writes Andrew Mangan.
Arsenal must add talent to contend this year
For Arsenal to be legitimate Premier League title contenders, they must improve in the transfer market, writes James McNicholas.
Time is right for Walcott to move on
Theo Walcott shouldn't have any shortage of Premier League suitors, so the Arsenal would be better off selling their forward, writes Mattias Karen.
New season, new kits
The 2017-18 Premier League season is underway and you know what that means: new kits. Check out all 20 teams here.
Napoli, Sevilla and Celtic seal UCL places
A 48th-minute Jose Callejon strike earned Napoli a 1-0 win in Nice and ensured their qualification for the Champions League group stages.
Nice coach slams Balotelli's 'negative' play
Nice's Lucien Favre criticised his star striker Mario Balotelli for putting in a "negative performance" as they crashed out of the Champions League.
FC pundits unconvinced Liverpool can qualify for group stage.
The FC panel question if Liverpool can see out their narrow 2-1 advantage over Hoffenheim in Champions League qualifying.
Carabao: Watford crash out; Leicester win
Watford bounced from Carabao Cup by Bristol City comeback; Islam Slimani leads Leicester into third round past Sheffield United.
Ronaldo shows his metal
Cristiano Ronaldo has just announced what is possibly his most unlikely endorsement deal yet -- the Egyptian steel production industry.
Mata models retro United kit
Juan Mata shared a photo on Instagram of himself modelling one of his favourite retro jerseys -- namely the Manchester United home shirt from 1982-83.
Manchester City's cool tunnel club
Manchester City used their first home game of the new season to show off their brand new installation at the Etihad, the Tunnel Club.
Emery: Neymar mania is a boost for PSG.
PSG head coach Unai Emery says Neymar has provided a positive boost to the team on and off the pitch.
Neymar class pushing PSG, Ligue 1 higher
Neymar is always positive, always on the move, always attacking, always dangerous. His new team and his new league seem to be following suit, writes Julien Laurens.
Neymar reunites with Messi, Suarez, Pique
Barcelona fans worried they would never see the famous MSN attack again were given a treat on Tuesday as Lionel Messi posted a picture on Instagram.
What's holding Man City back?
Craig Burley and Paul Mariner point to Manchester City's formation as the reason they've sputtered to start the season.
Samir Nasri's untapped City potential
Manchester City should remember Samir Nasri as the final winning piece in two titles but will instead wonder what could have been as he departs.
Pep's overthinking is costing City
Pep Guardiola has spent a fortune since taking over at Man City. Yet against Everton, he continued to play his men out of position, and it cost them.
Bundesliga needs to stick with VAR trial.
Steve Nicol says there is no way the Bundesliga will scrap their VAR trail, despite early problems.
Are expectations too high for Spurs?
Following their defeat at the weekend, the ESPN FC crew wonder if they've set the bar too high for Tottenham this season.
Spurs must reverse Wembley curse
Tottenham did enough to beat Chelsea but still fell to a 2-1 defeat. Is Wembley to blame, or is it purely a fluke? Mark Ogden writes.
Is Wembley Stadium hurting Tottenham?
The ESPN FC crew discuss Tottenham's run of bad results at Wembley and how they can overcome that this season.
How Will They Line Up: Blooper Reel.
The Exploding Heads share their most outrageous bloopers over the years previewing the best fixtures of the English Premier League.
Stars in Spain affected by red card fever
A curious trend has affected the early weeks of the Spanish season: Star names being sent off. Graham Hunter considers the reasons why.
Darke: Ramos' 18 red cards a disgrace.
The ESPN FC crew evaluate Sergio Ramos' behaviour after he tied La Liga's all-time record with his 18th red card.
Real Madrid's formula working to perfection
As was evident again in Sunday's win over Deportivo, there isn't a lot of room for improvement for Real Madrid these days.
Iniesta's comments a warning sign for Barca.
Iniesta's comments about his Barca future makes ESPN FC's Paul Mariner question where the club will stand moving forward.
Iniesta warns that he could leave Barcelona
Andres Iniesta has revealed he is thinking about a move away from the club he first played for as an 18-year-old in 2002.
The Sweeper: Messi, Neymar roast Pique.
MSN are reunited and troll Barca's Pique and a unique FIFA setup headline this edition of The Sweeper.
Liverpool to get rough ride at Anfield
The bet365 betting blog picks out the home banker, tasty treble, Euro wager, wildcard tip and the bookie basher ahead of the week's European action.
At 25 years old, how the league has evolved
English football's profile has increased incredibly in 25 years -- it's almost a different sport. Here's how the Premier League has changed.
QUIZ: The Premier League at 25
The Premier League is 25 years old, but how well do you remember the competition's greatest moments? Take our quiz to find out. #ESPNFCquiz
Aguero's title-winning goal the best Prem moment?
Pep Guardiola feels Sergio Aguero's last minute title-winning goal was the Premier League's best ever moment.
The transfer window is well underway, but here are the biggest completed deals you may have missed from around Europe so far.
Tens of millions of pounds are changing hands every day. We asked Iain Macintosh to talk us through a transfer via the medium of the GIF.
ESPN FC's network of journalists and correspondents have sat down with some of the biggest stars in world football for exclusive interviews this summer.
There's no bigger game than Real Madrid vs. Barcelona. Over the years, some of the world's best have graced El Clasico, scoring some spectacular goals along the way.
Who wields the most influence in the world game, those men and women who have some combination of money, authority and power to shape the sport?
The boys over at Exploding Heads have a laugh at the latest kit launches as Wayne Rooney has the look of a man who will never play in the new shirt... how prophetic that was.
The summer transfer window (open from July 1 to 11 p.m. GMT on Aug. 31) is always a volatile and exciting time for clubs, players, agents and fans alike. Here's what happens.
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.
Lionel Messi is the football version of Gaudi's cathedral, and unlike Barcelona's other monuments, we won't get the chance to visit the iconic No. 10 -- who is now 30 -- for much longer.
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.
We polled our top writers and analysts to rank the best players and managers in world football. Here are their selections. It's #FC100.
"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" has us buzzing, and it got us thinking: Who are football's rogues and who would they play in the Star Wars universe?