One of the biggest events of the year all over the world is Oktoberfest, the holiday where people all over the world come to celebrate beer, bratwursts and pretzels.
With the FIFA Women’s World Cup deep underway, no matter what you call it — soccer in some places and fútbol in others — it’s perhaps the most culturally fluid sport in the world.
On the eve of the Women’s FIFA World Cup, a new set of shinguards has been unveiled as part of a “Guard Your Rights” campaign to draw attention to maternity in women’s football.
Life can be stressful for a person who consistently straddles multiple cultures and environments, regardless of how or why, because…
The outdoors can play a significant role in the life of a Third Culture Kid (TCK), Cross-Cultural Kid (CCK) or…
Currently, the world is taken by World Cup fever, which, like the Olympics, happens every four years. In the United…
Due to more competitive soccer training around the world, United States children and adult players’ families are subject to Third Culture Kid experiences.
This article centers around Military B.R.A.T. and TCK Mia Hamm and her journey to becoming one of the most recognized and appreciated female soccer players.
The USWNT began preparing for a lawsuit against the USSF in hopes of reducing the gender discrimination that is evident in the sports industry.
A dual citizen of Nigeria and New York, U.S. (her parents emigrated from the former to the latter), Jessica Matthews invented the Soccket Ball, a soccer ball that captures and stores motion-based, off-grid, renewable energy (M.O.R.E) to electrify underserved communities in the developing world, when she was just a junior at Harvard University.