Polyamory is on the rise, and there’s one more group planning to make things official — Brazilian soccer legend Ronaldinho and his “fiancées,” Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.
Watch as a jubilant crowd of Irish soccer fans cheers on customers at a Copenhagen Victoria's Secret.
Former England football star Steven Gerrard spared no expense when it came to his daughter Lourdes’s sixth birthday. The dad-of-four splashed out a whopping $2,400 on an 18-carat-gold rose-gold iPad for his daughter, before proudly showing it off on Instagram. “Thanks @idesigngold for Lourdes 18k rose gold iPad with deep engraving,” the football star captioned the photo.
Eighteen-year-old freestyle soccer star Lisa Zimouche has ultra-fancy footwork. She can do absolutely anything the boys can do, plus she can do it in heels.
Photography by Phil Oh When Nike invites you to Vancouver for the Women’s World Cup, it’s a tough invitation to pass up. Little did we know that journalists in attendance would also score some time with one of the most celebrated players in the history of the game, the legendary Brandi Chastain. The epic moment landed Chastain on the cover of every major newspaper and, of course, Sports Illustrated as well as (our personal favorite) Newsweek with the “Girls Rule!” headline. At Nike’s soccer popup, where the newest inspirational tagline “No Maybes,” was on display, we hit the pitch with the now 46-year-old (note: she was in the best shape of anyone), and talked to her a bit about where the game is at now, her can-do attitude, and that sacred moment in sports history. Yahoo Style: On a scale of one to ten, how excited are you about this women’s World Cup? Brandi Chastain: This is my first World Cup that I haven’t played in or worked as a commentator, and I am at a ten.
Photo: @davidbeckham/Instagram Harper Beckham, the youngest daughter of Victoria and David Beckham, may only be 3-years-old, but she’s already following in her father’s footsteps. England’s Women’s soccer team sent their small fan the cutest little pint-sized jersey emblazoned with her name and the number ‘7′ — both her middle name and her dad’s number when he was part of the Manchester United team — complete with socks and shorts.
Photo: Simon Bruty/ Alex Morgan was the youngest player on America’s national soccer team at 2011’s World Cup and she’s already won an Olympic gold medal. The whole world was looking to them, and I wanted to be in their shoes so I did everything I could to be on that team.