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Soccer 360 Magazine

Soccer 360 Magazine

September - October 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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United States
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English
Editor:
Direct Image Media
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Bimonthly
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3 min.
blame it on the big guns

At first glance there was something rather depressing about the semi-final line-up for this strangest of Champions League campaigns. Perennial German champions Bayern Munich were joined by RB Leipzig, a team founded 11 years ago and bankrolled by a soft drink brand. Completing the line-up were Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon, the former backed by the government of Qatar and the latter causing an upset by eliminating Abu Dhabi-backed Manchester City. If you wanted a distillation of 2020, it was PSG bringing on Kylian Mbappe (€180m), Julian Draxler (€42m) and Leandro Paredes (€40m) to get the better of an Atalanta side who were forced to turn to 19-year-old Jacopo Da Riva (one minute of first team football) when legs began to tire after a long season. The financial imbalance in modern football has…

6 min.
kings of europe

‘ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI SCORED 15 GOALS IN HIS 10 GAMES BUT WAS UNABLE TO BREAK CRISTIANO RONALDO’S RECORD OF 17’ It goes without saying that it has been a season like no other. It spanned more than a full calendar year and dealt with postponements due to a global pandemic and revamped competition formats once the go-ahead was given to resume action. But after all that, there were some very familiar names etched on the two European club trophies. Bayern Munich won their sixth Champions League/European Cup title when they beat Paris Saint-Germain at the end of August, with Sevilla beating Inter to record their sixth Europa League triumph. But the eventual winners of both competitions were anything but predictable as fans were treated to some memorable moments and games – from…

1 min.
the psg project

French domestic titles have piled up in that time but Europe’s most glittering of prizes has eluded them. But this year Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria and co came closer than ever to achieving that aim. Winning the Champions League has always been seen as being able to justify the club’s position at the top table - but there is an argument that just getting to the final this season has turned the ‘project’ into a success. Critics will refer to PSG’s ownership as ‘sportswashing’ for Qatar’s leaders accused of running an authoritarian regime. But now that it can be accepted that the club will regularly compete at the highest level, the original idea behind taking over a football club in one of Europe’s most desirable cities has come to…

2 min.
ladies first

As Champions League football returned, most of the attention was on Bayern Munich’s unbeaten run to the Champions League final and the 1-0 win against Paris Saint-Germain that brought the Bundesliga club its sixth title. But the women’s version of the competition was finding a legion of new fans of its own as the 2019-20 campaign eventually drew to a close at the end of the month. Buoyed by a surge in interest after the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, in particular, club football has drawn unprecedented viewership and is making household names of the top players. Although some of the biggest clubs in the world – such as Real Madrid and Manchester United – have been slow to invest in the women’s game, there are others like Lyon who…

5 min.
goal king

"BUT TREBLEWINNING GOAL KING ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI WILL BE THE UNCROWNED BALLON D’OR WINNER." The Ballon d’Or is widely regarded as the most prestigious individual award in the game. Organised by France Football, voting is compiled from journalists all over the world. It’s history, dating back to 1956, and global voting format add to the honour of its recipient. Over recent years, it has unsurprisingly been dominated by the generational exploits of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. In fact, Luka Modric, in 2018, is the only player to break the Messi/Ronaldo stranglehold of the past 12 years. Had France Football not opted to cancel this year’s award due to Covid-19, Robert Lewandowski would have almost certainly been a new name on the coveted trophy. Lewandowski scoring goals is nothing new, but this season he…

2 min.
did you know?

1 Romelu Lukaku became the first player to score in six consecutive knockout stage matches in major European competition since Cristiano Ronaldo between 2012 and 2013, when he scored in the Europa League final for Inter Milan. 2 Jesus Navas appeared in his first UEFA Cup/Europa League final since 2007 for Sevilla against Espanyol; his 13-year gap between final appearances is the joint-longest in the competition's history alongside Amedeo Carboni with Valencia (1991) and Roma (2004). 3 The Europa League final 19/20 was Inter’s 10th major UEFA European final, and their first since the 2010 UEFA Champions League final. They are the ninth team overall to reach 10 major UEFA finals, and the third Italian side after AC Milan and Juventus (both 14 finals). 4 Sevilla have never lost a Europa League final…