Soccer 360 Magazine

Soccer 360 Magazine

November - December 2020

Soccer 360 Magazine features the best of the EPL, MLS, Serie A, Bundesliga, La Liga and other big leagues from around the world. Ongoing coverage includes the world’s biggest soccer events including The Champion’s League, Europa League, Women’s Soccer, and so much more. Packed with full throttle Soccer entertainment! Hundreds of full colour photos, great interviews, team, player and coach profiles, stats, fixtures, previews, reviews and so much more. If you’re a fan of soccer and enjoy all aspects of the game than Soccer 360 Magazine is a great magazine for fun, entertaining, informative coverage of the world’s best game.

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3 min.
red ink across the continent

In 1842 the American writer Edgar Allan Poe published ‘The Masque of the Red Death’, the tale of a great pestilence which sweeps across the nation, causing its victims to bleed to death in rather gruesome fashion. The protagonist, Prince Prospero, cares little for the suffering of his subjects and welds himself and some other nobles inside his castle to wait out the crisis in luxury. “The external world,” Prospero reasons, “could take care of itself.” After five or six months “while the pestilence raged most furiously abroad,” the prince decides to throw a party of “the most unusual magnificence.” The tale came to mind after a summer transfer window in which the after effects of football going into cold storage forced clubs across the continent to tighten their belts, with…

6 min.
champions league focus up for grabs

It only seems a moment ago that Bayern Munich ended the longest season in history by beating Paris Saint-Germain in an empty Estadio du Luz in Lisbon and won their sixth Champions League title. There had actually already been two rounds of qualifying for the current tournament by the time the Bundesliga side lifted the famous trophy. But now the group stages have been decided for this season–and the real excitement begins all over again. The bookmakers fancy Bayern to repeat last year’s triumph and become only the second club in the last 30 years to win back-to-back titles. Or will it finally be the year of Pep Guardiola and Manchester City–or can PSG go one better and win the competition that its wealthy owners cherish above all others? There is…

1 min.
five must-see matches

INTER VS. REAL MADRID, NOVEMBER 25 One of two heavyweight Serie A vs. La Liga fixtures in the group stage, 2010 winners Inter and 13-time champions Real Madrid are playing for first place in Group B. This second leg of a double-header will be one of the leading nights of the group phase. MANCHESTER UNITED VS. PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, DECEMBER 2 Arguably the most impressive moment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure as Manchester United manager came in the comeback win over Paris Saint-Germain in the 2019-20 Champions League. The Norwegian is perennially under pressure as results fluctuate–could this tie be another landmark victory for the beleaguered boss? BARCELONA VS. JUVENTUS, DECEMBER 8 When the draw was made Group G took most of the attention as it brought together two of the most celebrated clubs in European…

1 min.
five players to watch

ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI [BAYERN MUNICH] The Poland international scored an incredible 15 goals in just 10 Champions League games last season and will be expected to make a similar contribution this year too. Opposing defenders will already be quaking in their boots. ERLING HAALAND [BORUSSIA DORTMUND] If Lewandowski is a veteran goal scorer then the heir to his throne could well be Erling Haaland. The towering Norwegian led the line for both RB Salzburg and Dortmund in the competition last year and will be hungry for more goals this season. PRESNEL KIMPEMBE [PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN] PSG only conceded two goals in the whole of the group stage last season and it was that defensive showing that helped the wealth of attacking talent to almost go all the way. The presence of Thiago Silva was a big reason…

6 min.
europa league focus golden years

‘THIS WILL BE THE 50TH EDITION OF THE UEFA CUP / EUROPA LEAGUE, AND THIS YEAR’S HALF CENTURY CAMPAIGN PROMISES TO BE FIERCELY CONTESTED’ As the 2020-21 season develops intriguing narratives and delivers brilliant, if socially distant, action on the pitch, eager supporters across the globe will tune in to the exciting European clashes that await on the horizon. In particular, this season’s Europa League promises great entertainment, with many thrills and spills. This will be the 50th edition of the UEFA Cup / Europa League, and this year’s half century campaign promises to be fiercely contested. Featuring this season are the likes of the English contingent–made up of beaten finalists of two years ago Arsenal, their North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City. Also appearing are the historic Italian trio…

2 min.
five must-see matches

BRAGA VS. LEICESTER CITY, NOVEMBER 26 Leicester City are one of the most interesting teams in the 2020-21 Europa League. Unlikely to win the Premier League title–not again, surely?–and with only two other domestic trophies to compete for, the Europa League is a realistic chance for silverware. The trip to Braga will tell us a lot about Brendan Rodgers’ side. MILAN VS. CELTIC, DECEMBER 3 The battle of these two European powerhouses needs no over-selling, nor hyping up for their supporters or football connoisseurs. Although both clubs have been out of the European limelight in recent years, the spotlight will be firmly on their contests. Both games at Celtic Park and at the San Siro promise to be a fascinating prospect. NAPOLI VS. REAL SOCIEDAD, DECEMBER 10 Two teams who love to play ‘carpet football’…