All Together Now

Money, corruption, affairs, violence, and the endless cycle of tabloid scandals. With all that goes on in soccer today, it's easy to forget the power the game has always had to bring people together, even in the darkest times. "All Together Now" reminds us of a moment where music, soccer, and simple humanity briefly overcame the pointless, criminal waste of life that was World War I. Read more about All Together Now


Manic Street Preachers

Sports inspire musicians because they inspire people. Usually, triumphs and even the tragedies on the playing field are a distraction from everyday life. "S.Y.M.M" is about a real life tragedy that shook the world of sports. Read more about Blame

Rapping for Engerland

"World In Motion"
New Order

In 1990, Keith Allen, New Order, and John Barnes created a template for the soccer pop song. "World In Motion" is still considered a timeless classic in England, despite the handicap of actually being kind of a terrible song. Read more about Rapping for Engerland

The Bad and the Ugly

"Anfield Rap"
Derek B. and Liverpool F.C.
"Anfield Rap '96"
Brize-E and the Anfield Posse

There are a lot of genuinely good, catchy, enjoyable songs about soccer out there, in just about every style. But if we're really going to explore the universe of soccer songs, it's impossible to ignore the fact that there a lot of jaw-droppingly bad ones. And if you asked me to pick the worst soccer song of all time, it could well be "Anfield Rap '96." Read more about The Bad and the Ugly

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