Goals are beginning to flow for United
Manchester United have scored 24 goals in a high-flying start to their season. A poor scoring return over the past three years cost the Red Devils, but with the goals now coming there's no telling how far they can go.
Goalscoring subs a weapon for United
Late-scoring substitutes Anthony Martial and Marouane Fellaini have played a key role in Man United's fast start and could be key in Prem title race.
Is Fellaini a difference maker for Man United?
Steve Nicol finds himself agreeing with Mou's comments that Marouane Fellaini deserves a new United contract this season.
Access All Areas: Everton.
ESPN spent a day behind the scenes at Everton, to find out why they are the "People's Club."
Access All Areas: Everton look forward
Everton are one of England's biggest clubs but have been short of recent success. ESPN went behind the scenes to see how they plan to change that.
Calvert-Lewin, Davies key for Everton
After weeks of toil in the Premier League, Everton might finally have found the players to turn their season around.
Extra Time: A Diego Costa special.
Extra Time is all about Diego Costa as the guys respond to your tweets about the Spanish striker's return to Atletico Madrid.
Morata has shown he can replace Costa
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has shown lately that he may have the fire and talent to fill the void left by Diego Costa.
Five flashpoints in the Costa-Conte row
Diego Costa's roller coaster three-year spell at Chelsea finally appears to be over after Atletico Madrid agreed a fee for him to return in January.
Klopp: Liverpool have the right characters.
Jurgen Klopp rejects claims that Liverpool don't have the right characters on the pitch to reverse their poor form.
Leicester can add to Liverpool's woe
Leicester's League Cup win over Liverpool didn't mean much, but this weekend's PL clash could really add to Jurgen Klopp's misery.
Klopp, Liverpool must ease growing dissent
Jurgen Klopp is finally acknowledging Liverpool's problems but is it too late? The Reds need wins to ease the pressure on their mercurial manager.
The different No. 10s of the Premier League
No two No. 10s look alike, which is especially the case in the Premier League. Michael Cox selects five players who fill a variety of roles in that position.
Does Rashford's future lie away from Old Trafford?
Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes debate the future of Marcus Rashford as the United starlet continues to impress.
Rashford shows his value for Man United
Marcus Rashford might be a "backup" to some, but the young forward doesn't see it that way at Man United. And who can argue with him on current form?
Rashford gets 9/10 as Man Utd thrash Burton
Marcus Rashford isn't giving up on the chance of a starting spot with Man United, scoring twice in Wednesday's big Carabao Cup win over Burton.
Man Utd, Barca chase Santos wantaway Lima
Manchester United have joined Barcelona in the chase for wantaway Santos star Lucas Lima, while Real Madrid are planning a January spending spree.
Premier League Predictor: Week 6.
Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes go head-to-head in predictor as the Premier League enters week 6.
Weekend Premier League Predictions
There's some tricky-looking away fixtures for Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham this weekend. Predict the outcomes in our polls.
W2W4: Klopp pressure; Man United goal train
Can Jurgen Klopp's defence hold firm when Liverpool face Leicester? Can Saints slow the Man United goal train? We look at this week's top storylines.
Rodgers expects exciting Old Firm derby.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he's looking forward to facing a new-look Rangers side in the Old Firm derby.
Rangers boss urges striker to stay cool
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has warned forward Alfredo Morelos to keep cool during Saturday's Old Firm clash with Glasgow rivals Celtic at Ibrox.
The tenuous toehold of women's football in England
Mark Sampson's dismissal as manager of England's national team casts a harsh light on the state of women's soccer across the pond, where recent progress could easily stagnate, writes espnW's Graham Hays.
Can City beat Chelsea to the WSL title?
With Chelsea Ladies beating Manchester City ladies to the 2016/17 Women's Super League, will they repeat the feat for the 2017/18 campaign?
Three ways West Ham can beat Spurs.
Don Hutchison looks at three key things that could help West Ham beat London rivals Tottenham on Saturday.
Spurs need Alli, Eriksen to step up
Tottenham will hope to continue their faultless away record when they make the trip to face West Ham on Saturday.
Spurs' Wembley woes won't go away
Nearly 24,000 attended the Carabao Cup match between Spurs and Barnsley, less than a third of Wembley's capacity. Expect it to happen again, too.
Still questions over Man City's depth
Man City managed to get past West Brom in the Carabao Cup, but it's not yet clear if they really do have a strong squad.
Pep should target cup as first of many
Jose Mourinho once said the League Cup was important as it was the "first one of a new team". Now Pep Guardiola will understand what that means.
De Bruyne is hitting his peak at Man City
After years of frustration and unhappiness on Chelsea's books, Kevin De Bruyne is hitting the form of his life and taking Man City to the top.
The Sweeper: Spurs fans' Lion King tribute.
Fans display a Lion King tribute for Spurs, Paul Pogba bounces back from injury with some dancing and more in the Sweeper.
John Terry shows off golf juggling
Aston Villa may have struggled to click in the Championship, but at least John Terry is really beginning to hone his golf ball juggling skills.
Giggs, Ronaldinho create fantasy football in Bengaluru
Premier Futsal's second night in Bengaluru lived up to its promise, with Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes showing up and Ronaldinho scoring a hat trick.
EXCLUSIVE: Sadio Mane speaks to ESPN
Mane spoke about his recent red card against Manchester City, the Reds' start to the season and Philippe Coutinho's stay at Anfield.
Mane 'would love' to apologise to Ederson
Sadio Mane has told ESPN FC that he wants to call Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson to discuss the incident which led to him being sent off.
Mane: Liverpool want league's best attack.
Liverpool's Sadio Mane insists the side are working to have the most threatening attacking force in the Premier League.
WATCH: Paul Mariner's best Arsenal XI.
As debate swirls around Arsene Wenger's team selections, Paul Mariner gives us his preferred Arsenal starting XI.
Welbeck the latest Arsenal injury curse?
Welbeck is starting to look like another Arsenal player whose career will be interrupted by injuries; a player whose potential may never be reached.
Sanchez-Walcott duo enough vs. Doncaster
Arsenal are through to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, as Theo Walcott's first-half goal held up as Arsenal eked past League One Doncaster.
Goal-difference records in the top leagues
With Man United and Man City on pace for incredible goal differentials, ESPN FC looks back on the records set in seven of Europe's biggest leagues.
Laporte among best young defenders
From Manchester City's John Stones to Bilbao's Aymeric Laporte, there are a host of young and talented centre-backs. Here's a look at the top 10.
Shaka's Power Rankings: Real in free fall.
Shaka Hislop explains why Real Madrid are out of his top 10, as Barcelona overtake PSG for the top spot.
Is it time for Real Madrid to worry?
The FC crew assess Real Madrid's slow start to the season and the growing concerns surrounding the club.
Zidane must address Madrid's sluggish start
For the first time since 1995-96, Real Madrid failed to win any of their first three matches at home, and Zinedine Zidane is partially responsible.
Real Madrid need to change things up
While many have championed Real Madrid's stability, perhaps they need to change things up a bit to avoid complacency creeping in.
Can Man City continue their roll?
After the midweek column came up trumps again, a return to league action across Europe should bring more good things.
Should England scrap the League Cup?
Paul Mariner proposes that Premier League teams should be given the option to play in the Carabao Cup.
Who cares about the League Cup?
What is the point of the League Cup? Whatever it's called these days the competition has become irrelevant and sweeping reforms are needed to save it.
Assessing the Carabao Cup fourth-round draw.
The draw for the next round of the Carabao Cup has already taken place, which the FC panel dissect for solid match-ups.
Napoli ready to end 28-year title drought
They look so good that people are comparing this Napoli to the team of Diego Maradona. In fact, it might even be better, as they focus on the title.
Matuidi, Cuadrado thrill in Juventus win
Behind stellar performances from midfielders Blaise Matuidi and Juan Cuadrado, Juventus made it five victories in five Serie A outings.
Serie A Midweek review: Juve, Napoli stay perfect.
Gab Marcotti joins the FC panel to discuss the most recent slate of Serie A action, as Napoli and Juve stay perfect in the league.
WATCH: How Barcelona will line up without Dembele.
Sid Lowe says Dembele's injury provides an opportunity for Deulofeu, but Ernesto Valverde could change Barcelona's shape.
Messi's most memorable hat tricks
Lionel Messi made quick work of Eibar for the 39th hat trick in his prolific Barcelona career. A look at his five most memorable Barca hat tricks.
Football Mascots: What are they really saying?
The Exploding Heads delve into the often overlooked aspect of football, the mascots and their emotions.
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.
The transfer window is over, but here are the biggest completed deals you may have missed from around Europe.
New stars replace old in the Premier League. Gabriel Jesus, Paul Pogba and Alexandre Lacazette have been bought at great expense over the past year and are capable of big things.
The new Premier League season is here and, along with several new faces including Alvaro Morata and Alexandre Lacazette, come a fresh batch of new kits.
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.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Paul Pogba says Manchester United can win the Premier League this season -- and have no reason to fear anyone.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells ESPN FC why he is staying at Manchester United -- to win the Premier League.
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.
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.
MLS Rivalry Week is full of contentious clashes. Here are some of the best in unique video game format. Ready ... FIGHT!
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.
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?