The 2018 World Cup draws to a close on Sunday, July 15 in Moscow, where France and Croatia will meet to decide a winner. From Spain’s last-minute firing of head coach Julen Lopetegui to Twitter’s #NeymarChallenge—named after the Brazilian superstar Neymar, who exhibited a propensity for faking excruciating pain to […]
Iceland made their first World Cup appearance in Russia this year, and their fans, rightfully, went all in. I landed in Reykjavik less than three hours before the kickoff of their final group stage match against Croatia and could immediately distinguish the locals from the tourists by checking who was […]
Group A: Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia, & Uruguay Russia and Saudi Arabia—stars in June 14’s opening match—should bring up the rear in Group A, as the stronger squads from Uruguay and Egypt are looking to go deep in the knockout stages. The Russians, 70th in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, hope […]
Given that over 40,000 students attend McGill every year, it’s not surprising that many were athletes before coming to McGill. For some, sports were not only a passion growing up, but a way to connect with peers. While McGill has a variety of varsity and club teams, not every student […]
With the intramural 2v2 soccer deadline gearing up for another season, The Tribune’s sport editors and writers explains the sport and engages in a bit of friendly competition.
An up-close look at Argentina’s most contentious rivalry
The Canadians’ close game with the Americans on Nov. 9 was a step in the right direction for Canadian soccer
An excellent second half ensures victory
Both sides unable to break the deadlock in cantankerous affair.
Before meeting the Université de Montréal (UdeM) Carabins at Molson Stadium on Friday, Sept. 15, the McGill Martlets soccer team hoped to continue their momentum from a 4-1 win over Sherbrooke on Sept. 8. The fiercely fought contest ended goalless, with neither side able to get the better of the other, and pushed the Martlets’ record to 1-1-1 on the season.