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The Best Soccer Books Of All-Time

“What are the best books about Soccer (Fiction & Nonfiction)?” We looked at 156 of the top Soccer books, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

The top 16 titles, all appearing on 3 or more “Best Soccer” book lists, are ranked below by how many lists they appear on. The remaining 125+ titles, as well as the lists we used are in alphabetical order at the bottom of the page.

Happy Scrolling!



Top 16 Best Soccer Books



16 .) A Life Too Short: The Tragedy of Robert Enke written by Ronald Reng

 A Life Too Short: The Tragedy of Robert Enke

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Paste Magazine
  • The False 9

Winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year, the biography of Robert Enke, the international footballer with the world at his feet who took his own life Here, award-winning writer Ronald Reng pieces together the puzzle of his lost friend’s life. On November 10, 2009, the German national goalkeeper, Robert Enke, stepped in front of a passing train. He was 32 years old. Viewed from the outside, Enke had it all. He was a professional goalkeeper who had played for a string of Europe’s top clubs, including Jose Mourinho’s Benfica and Louis Van Gaal’s Barcelona, and was destined to be his country’s first choice for years to come. But beneath the bright veneer of success lay a darker story. Reng brings into sharp relief the specific demands and fears faced by those who play top-level sport. Heartfelt, but never sentimental, he tells the universal tragedy of a talented man’s struggles against his own demons.



15 .) All Played Out written by Pete Davies

 All Played Out

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Five Books
  • Football History

Italia ’90 – Gazza cried and football changed forever. Once you could ignore football, avoid the back pages, turn the telly over, leave the pub. Now that’s not possible because on 4 July 1990 in Turin’s Stadium of the Alps gazza cried, England lost and football changed forever. Pete Davies witnessed all of this first hand. The players, the hooligans, the agents, the journalists, the fans – the full cast of football’s rowdy circus. For nine month he had access to the England squad and their manager, Bobby Robson, talking to them freely about their hopes, their fears, their methods and their lives. So this is the real story, the unedited verdion. All Played Out – the first and last book to give the inside story of the greatest show on Earth.



14 .) Brilliant Orange written by David Winner

 Brilliant Orange

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Football History
  • World Soccer Talk

The Netherlands has one of the World’s most distinctive and sophisticated football cultures. From the birth of Total Football in the sixties, through two decades of World Cup near misses to the exiles who remade clubs like AC Milan, Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea in their own image, the Dutch have often been dazzlingly original and influential. The elements of their style (exquisite skills, adventurous attacking tactics, a unique blend of individual creativity and teamwork, weird patterns of self-destruction) reflect and embody the country’s culture and history.



13 .) Football Against the Enemy written by Simon Kuper

 Football Against the Enemy

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Five Books
  • World Soccer Talk

Soccer is much more than just the most popular game in the world. It is a matter of life and death for millions around the world, an international lingua franca. Simon Kuper traveled to twenty-two countries to discover the sometimes bizarre effect soccer can have on politics and culture. At the same time he tried to discover what makes different countries play a simple game so differently. Kuper meets a remarkable variety of fans along the way, from the East Berliner persecuted by the Stasi for supporting his local team, to the Argentine general with his own views on tactics. He also illuminates the frightening intersection between soccer and politics, particularly in the wake of the attacks of 9-11, where soccer is obsessed over by the likes of Osama bin Laden. The result is one of the world’s most acclaimed books on the game, and an astonishing study of soccer and its place in the world.



12 .) Morbo written by Phil Ball

 Morbo

Lists It Appears On:

  • Football History
  • The False 9
  • World Soccer Talk

English writer Phil Ball has put the history of Spanish football into the context of the epomymous Morbo. Hard to pin down in translation (though the author manfully spends a chapter trying to explain the term in its fullest sense), “morbo” encapsulates the fierce rivalry across a club scene fragmented by history, language and politics. The bitter feeling between Barcelona and Real Madrid has, of course, been well-documented elsewhere. Here that famous rivalry is only one component of a landscape of antagonism. In particular, the Basque country in the north-west and Seville in the south both provide breeding grounds for a healthy portion of “morbo”, and receive Ball’s attention accordingly. The narrative captures the essence of that feeling perfectly, without failing to inform on a historical basis. A splendid chapter traces the ancestry of football in Spain back to the labourers in the English-owned copper mines in Huelva, Andalucia. While Spanish club football has always had its stars, from Di Stefano to Cruyff and Butragueno through to Raul and Luis Figo today, Ball shows that there is a greater force running in its lifeblood. Yet still there remains a paradox; he analyses the historical under-achievement of the Spanish national side in major international tournaments. The new millennium has seen excellent books focusing on football culture in Holland and France–namely Brilliant Orange and Le Foot.



11 .) The Fix: Soccer and Organised Crime written by Declan Hill

 The Fix: Soccer and Organised Crime

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Football History
  • World Soccer Talk

In Asia, Europe, and World Cups, journalist Hill risked death to interview murderous mobsters and manipulative middlemen who lavish gifts, women, and envelopes of cash “shopping and coffee money” on players, referees, and staff. As Oxford academic, he found fixed games statistics show more red cards (barely), early goals, and “nap”s. He suggests “more women and professional referees, better pensions and education benefits for players, an integrity unit in each soccer association made up of ex-policemen”, and more.



10 .) Among the Thugs written by Bill Bulford

 Among the Thugs

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Paste Magazine
  • The Daily Beast
  • World Soccer Talk

They have names like Barmy Bernie, Daft Donald, and Steamin’ Sammy. They like lager (in huge quantities), the Queen, football clubs (especially Manchester United), and themselves. Their dislike encompasses the rest of the known universe, and England’s soccer thugs express it in ways that range from mere vandalism to riots that terrorize entire cities. Now Bill Buford, editor of the prestigious journal Granta, enters this alternate society and records both its savageries and its sinister allure with the social imagination of a George Orwell and the raw personal engagement of a Hunter Thompson.



9 .) The Damned United written by David Pearce

 The Damned United

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Paste Magazine
  • The False 9
  • World Soccer Talk

The Damned Utd tells the story of the legendary Clough’s tumultuous forty-four days trying to turn around a corrupt institution without being corrupted himself—the players who wouldn’t play, the management that looked the other way, the wife and friends who stood by him as he fought to do the right thing.



8 .) Why Soccer Matters written by Pelé, Brian Winter

 Why Soccer Matters

Lists It Appears On:

  • Book Riot
  • NY Times
  • Paste Magazine
  • The Daily Beast

Soccer. Football. The beautiful game. The world’s most popular sport goes by many names, but for decades, fans have agreed on one thing: the greatest player of all time was Pelé. Now the legendary star, ambassador, and humanitarian shares a global vision for what soccer can accomplish. Now he shares his story, his experience, and his insights on the game for the very first time. Before Messi, before Ronaldo, before Beckham, there was Edson Arantes do Nascimento—known simply as Pelé. A national treasure, he created pure magic with his accomplishments on the field: an unprecedented three World Cup championships and the all-time scoring record, with 1,283 goals in his twenty year career. Now, with the World Cup returning after more than sixty years to Brazil—the country often credited with perfecting the sport—soccer has a unique opportunity to encourage change on a global level. And as the tournament’s official ambassador, Pelé is ready to be the face of progress. For the first time ever Pelé explores the recent history of the game and provides new insights into soccer’s role connecting and galvanizing players around the world. He has traveled the world as the global ambassador for soccer and in support of charitable organizations such as Unicef, promoting the positive influences soccer can have to transform young men and women, struggling communities, even entire nations. In groundbreaking detail and with unparalleled openness, he shares his most inspiring experiences, heartwarming stories and hard-won wisdom, and he puts the game in perspective. This is Pelé’s legacy, his way of passing on everything he’s learned and inspiring a new generation. In Why Soccer Matters, Pelé details his ambitious goals for the future of the sport and, by extension, the world.



7 .) How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization written by Franklin Foer

 How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization

Lists It Appears On:

  • MLS Soccer
  • Paste Magazine
  • Rabona 57
  • Signature Reads
  • The Daily Beast
  • World Soccer Talk

Soccer is much more than a game, or even a way of life. It is a perfect window into the cross-currents of today’s world, with all its joys and its sorrows. In this remarkably insightful, wide-ranging work of reportage, Franklin Foer takes us on a surprising tour through the world of soccer, shining a spotlight on the clash of civilizations, the international economy, and just about everything in between. How Soccer Explains the World is an utterly original book that makes sense of our troubled times.



6 .) The Miracle of Castel di Sangro written by Joe McGinniss

 The Miracle of Castel di Sangro

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Mens Journal
  • MLS Soccer
  • Paste Magazine
  • Rabona 57
  • World Soccer Talk

Master storyteller Joe McGinniss travels to Italy to cover the unlikely success of a ragtag minor league soccer team–and delivers a brilliant and utterly unforgettable story of life in an off-the-beaten-track Italian village. When Joe McGinniss sets out for the remote Italian village of Castel di Sangro one summer, he merely intends to spend a season with the village’s soccer team, which only weeks before had, miraculously, reached the second-highest-ranking professional league in the land. But soon he finds himself embroiled with an absurd yet irresistible cast of characters, including the team’s owner, described by the New York Times as “straight out of a Mario Puzo novel,” and coach Osvaldo Jaconi, whose only English word is the one he uses to describe himself: “bulldozer.” As the riotous, edge-of-your-seat season unfolds, McGinniss develops a deepening bond with the team, their village and its people, and their country.



5 .) Inverting the Pyramid written by Jonathan Wilson

 Inverting the Pyramid

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Football History
  • Paste Magazine
  • Rabona 57
  • Signature Reads
  • The False 9
  • World Soccer Talk

Soccer fans love to argue about the tactics a manager puts into play, and this fascinating study traces the world history of tactics, from modern pioneers right back to the beginning, where chaos reigned. Along the way, author Jonathan Wilson, an erudite and detailed writer who never loses a sense of the grand narrative sweep, takes a look at the lives of the great players and thinkers who shaped the game, and discovers why the English in particular have proved themselves so “unwilling to grapple with the abstract.” This is a modern classic of soccer writing that followers of the game will dip into again and again.



4 .) Soccernomics written by Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski

 Soccernomics

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Football History
  • Mens Journal
  • Paste Magazine
  • Signature Reads
  • The False 9
  • Washington Post

Why do England lose? Why does Scotland suck? Why doesn’t America dominate the sport internationally… and why do the Germans play with such an efficient but robotic style? These are questions every soccer aficionado has asked. Soccernomics answers them. Using insights and analogies from economics, statistics, psychology, and business to cast a new and entertaining light on how the game works, Soccernomics reveals the often surprisingly counter-intuitive truths about soccer.



3 .) The Ball is Round: A Global History of Soccer written by David Goldblatt

 The Ball is Round: A Global History of Soccer

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Five Books
  • Star Tribune
  • The Daily Beast
  • The Daily Beast
  • The False 9
  • World Soccer Talk

The definitive book about soccer. With a new foreword for the American edition. There may be no cultural practice more global than soccer. Rites of birth and marriage are infinitely diverse, but the rules of soccer are universal. No world religion can match its geographical scope. The single greatest simultaneous human collective experience is the World Cup final. In this extraordinary tour de force, David Goldblatt tells the full story of soccer’s rise from chaotic folk ritual to the world’s most popular sport-now poised to fully establish itself in the USA. Already celebrated internationally, The Ball Is Round illuminates soccer’s role in the political and social histories of modern societies, but never loses sight of the beauty, joy, and excitement of the game itself.



2 .) Fever Pitch written by Nick Hornby

 Fever Pitch

Lists It Appears On:

  • BuzzFeed
  • Five Books
  • Football History
  • MLS Soccer
  • Paste Magazine
  • Signature Reads
  • Star Tribune
  • World Soccer Talk

In America, it is soccer. But in Great Britain, it is the real football. No pads, no prayers, no prisoners. And that’s before the players even take the field. Nick Hornby has been a football fan since the moment he was conceived. Call it predestiny. Or call it preschool. Fever Pitch is his tribute to a lifelong obsession. Part autobiography, part comedy, part incisive analysis of insanity, Hornby’s award-winning memoir captures the fever pitch of fandom — its agony and ecstasy, its community, its defining role in thousands of young mens’ coming-of-age stories. Fever Pitch is one for the home team. But above all, it is one for everyone who knows what it really means to have a losing season.



1 .) Soccer in Sun and Shadow written by Eduardo Galeano

 Soccer in Sun and Shadow

Lists It Appears On:

  • Mens Journal
  • MLS Soccer
  • NY Times
  • Paste Magazine
  • Rabona 57
  • Remezcla
  • Star Tribune
  • The Daily Beast

Eduardo Galeano’s riveting commentary on the history and politics of soccer includes newly written material on the 2002 World Cup, which one quarter of humanity watched. Discussing everything from the leveling of the Twin Towers to the death of the sole survivor of that extraordinary match between British and German soldiers in 1915, one of South America’s greatest commentators issues forth on robotic soccer in Japan, the mass-production of the game as a sign of the decline of civilization, the amazing success of Senegal and Turkey, and how Nike beat Adidas.




The 125+ Additional Best Nonfiction and Fiction Soccer Books



#BooksAuthorsLists
17Beyond LuckySarah AronsonBook Riot
Softonic
18BookedKwame AlexanderBook Riot
Washington Post
19Breakaway: Beyond the GoalAlex MorganBook Riot
Soccer Pursuits
20Captain Awesome, Soccer StarStan KirbySoftonic
We Are Teachers
21
Das Reboot: How German Soccer Reinvented Itself and Conquered the World
 Book List Reader
Washington Post
22Fear and Loathing in La LigaSid LoweBuzzFeed
The Daily Beast
23
Football Clichés: Decoding the Oddball Phrases, Colorful Gestures, and Unwritten Rules of Soccer across the Pond
 Book List Reader
Signature Reads
24Forward: A Memoir Book List Reader
Signature Reads
25Futebol- The Brazillian Way of LifeAlex BellosFootball History
The False 9
26God Is RoundJuan VilloroBook List Reader
Remezcla
27How to Watch Soccer Book List Reader
Signature Reads
28I Am ZlatanZlatan IbramhimovicBuzzFeed
Football History
29
Masters of Modern Soccer: How the World’s Best Play the Twenty-First-Century Game
 Book List Reader
Signature Reads
30
Men in Blazers Present Encyclopedia Blazertannica
 Book List Reader
Signature Reads
31My Father and Other Working Class HeroesGary ImlachBuzzFeed
Football History
32Now Is the Time for RunningMichael WilliamsBook Riot
Softonic
33Outcasts United: A Refugee Team, an American TownWarren St. JohnBook Riot
Read Brightly
34Pelé, King of SoccerMonica BrownRead Brightly
We Are Teachers
35Seeing Red The False 9
World Soccer Talk
36Soccer HeroMatt ChristopherSoftonic
We Are Teachers
37Soccer In A Football WorldDavid WangerinBuzzFeed
World Soccer Talk
38The Beckham ExperimentGrant WahlMLS Soccer
World Soccer Talk
39The Nowhere MenMichael CalvinBook List Reader
BuzzFeed
40The Numbers Game: Why Everything You Know About Soccer Is WrongChris Anderson and David SullyFootball History
Signature Reads
41
Touched By God: How We Won the Mexico ‘86 World Cup
 Book List Reader
Signature Reads
42
Twelve Yards: The Art and Psychology of the Perfect Penalty Kick
 Book List Reader
Signature Reads
4343557David ThomsonThe Daily Beast
4461 Minutes in Munich, the autobiography of Liverpool FC’s first black footballerHoward GayleFootball History
45A NATURAL NY Times
46A Season With Verona 
World Soccer Talk
47Africa United Rabona 57
48American Huckster Washington Post
49Behind the CurtainJonathan WilsonBuzzFeed
50Betty Bunny Wants a Goal Read Brightly
51Big Kicks Read Brightly
52Bloody Confused 
World Soccer Talk
53Boy in the Dress Softonic
54Brazil’s Dance with the Devil: The World Cup, The Olympics, and the Fight for DemocracyDave Zirin.The Daily Beast
55Bring the Noise: The Jürgen Klopp Story, Book List Reader
56Broken Dreams: Vanity, Greed and the Souring of British FootballTom BowerFootball History
57Club Soccer 101: The Essential Guide to the Stars, Stats, and Stories of 101 of the Greatest Teams in the WorldLuke DempseyFootball History
58Coming Out to Play Signature Reads
59Diego MaradonaMark WeinsteinRemezcla
60Dino-SoccerLisa WheelerWe Are Teachers
61Eight World CupsGeorge VesceyMens Journal
62El Diego: The Autobiography of the World’s Greatest FootballerDiego MaradonaFootball History
63
Everything Your Coach Never Told You Because You’re a Girl: and other truths about winning
 Soccer Pursuits
64
Fearless: The Amazing Underdog Story of Leicester City, the Greatest Miracle in Sports History,
 Book List Reader
65Football Manager Stole My LifeIain McIntosh, Kenny Miller, and Neil WhiteBuzzFeed
66For the Love of Soccer!Pelé, Frank MorrisonBook Riot
67Fowler: My AutobiographyRobbie FowlerBuzzFeed
68Froggy Plays Soccer Read Brightly
69Futebol Nation: The Story of Brazil through SoccerDavid Goldblatt.The Daily Beast
70Garrincha: The Triumph and Tragedy of Brazil’s Forgotten Footballing HeroRuy CastroRemezcla
71Goalkeepers Are DifferentBrian GlanvilleFive Books
72Golazo!: The Beautiful Game from the Aztecs to the World Cup: The Complete History of How Soccer Shaped Latin AmericaAndreas Campomar.The Daily Beast
73Goodfella: My Autobiography Softonic
74Happy Like SoccerMaribeth BoeltsWe Are Teachers
75Here Goes NothingLincoln PeirceBook Riot
76
Home and Away: Writing the Beautiful Game,
 Book List Reader
77How to Score: Science and the Beautiful GameKen BraFootball History
78Hunter & Stripe and the Soccer Showdown Read Brightly
79I Am the Secret FootballerThe Secret FootballerBuzzFeed
80
I Believe That We Will Win: The Path to a U.S. Men’s World Cup Victory,
 Book List Reader
81I Think Therefore I Play Rabona 57
82Idols and Underdogs Washington Post
83Immortal: The Biography of George BestDuncan HamiltonFootball History
84It’s Hard to Dribble with Your FeetVal PriebeWe Are Teachers
85It’s Not the Glory Washington Post
86Kickers #1: The Ball HogsRich WallaceWe Are Teachers
87King Power Washington Post
88
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of United: An Englishman’s Quest to Remain Connected to “His” Team from the Other Side of the Pond,
 Book List Reader
89Lola Levine Is Not Mean! (Lola Levine #1)Monica Brown, Angela DominguezBook Riot
90Madlenka Soccer Star Softonic
91Maisy Plays Soccer Read Brightly
92Money and Soccer: A Soccernomics Guide, Book List Reader
93MVP #2: The Soccer SurpriseDavid A. KellyWe Are Teachers
94My Favourite Year 
World Soccer Talk
95My Turn: A Life of Total Football, Book List Reader
96Olivia Plays Soccer Read Brightly
97On the BallBrian PinkneyWe Are Teachers
98
One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game That Brought a Divided Town Together,
 Book List Reader
99Pep ConfidentialMartí PerarnauBuzzFeed
100Pinkalicious: Soccer Star Read Brightly
101
Play like a Girl: How a Soccer School in Kenya’s Slums Started a Revolution,
 Book List Reader
102Provided You Don’t Kiss Me: 20 Years With Brian CloughDuncan HamiltonFootball History
103
Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World’s Biggest Sports Scandal,
 Book List Reader
104Richer Than God: Manchester City, Modern Football and Growing UpDavid ConnFootball History
105
Rock ‘n’ Roll Soccer: The Short Life and Fast Times of the North American Soccer League,
 Book List Reader
106Salvajes y SentimentalesJavier MaríasRemezcla
107Saving the Team (The Kicks #1)Alex Morgan, Paula FrancoBook Riot
108Soccer Read Brightly
109Soccer Against the Enemy Rabona 57
110Soccer Chick Rules Softonic
111
Soccer iQ – Vol. 2: More of What Smart Players Do
 Soccer Pursuits
112
Soccer IQ: Things That Smart Players Do Vol. 1
 Soccer Pursuits
113Soccer on a Sunday Read Brightly
114
Soccer Tough: Simple Football Psychology Techniques to Improve Your Game
 Soccer Pursuits
115
Soccer under the Swastika: Stories of Survival and Resistance during the Holocaust,
 Book List Reader
116Soccer Without Borders Washington Post
117Soccerland Softonic
118Solo: A Memoir of Hope, Book List Reader
119Spotlight SoccerRicardo SanchezWe Are Teachers
120Stacey the Soccer FairyDaisy MeadowsWe Are Teachers
121Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants 
World Soccer Talk
122Tangerine Softonic
123The Arsenal Yankee Washington Post
124
The Away Game: The Epic Search for Soccer’s Next Superstars,
 Book List Reader
125The Boy in the DressDavid Walliams, Quentin BlakeBook Riot
126The Country of Football: Soccer and the Making of Modern BrazilRoger Kittleson.The Daily Beast
127
The Fall of the House of FIFA: The Multimillion-Dollar Corruption at the Heart of Global Soccer,
 Book List Reader
128The Flea: The Amazing Story of Leo Messi Read Brightly
129The Football Business Rabona 57
130The Game of Our Lives: The Meaning and Making of English FootballDavid GoldblattFootball History
131The Goalkeeper GoofCari MeisterWe Are Teachers
132The Italian Job 
World Soccer Talk
133The Kicks Series Read Brightly
134
The Language of the Game: How to Understand Soccer,
 Book List Reader
135The Million Dollar Kick Read Brightly
136The Second Most Important Job in the CountryNiall EdworthyFootball History
137The Simplest GamePaul GardnerMens Journal
138
The Soccer Fence: A Story of Friendship, Hope, and Apartheid in South Africa
 Read Brightly
139The Soccer WarRyszard Kapuscinski.Star Tribune
140The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer Washington Post
141
The United States of Soccer: MLS and the Rise of American Soccer Fandom,
 Book List Reader
142The Wild Soccer Bunch Series Read Brightly
143
The World is a Ball: The Joy, Madness, and the Meaning of Soccer
 
World Soccer Talk
144
This book certainly is a must have for every football tactics fan.
 The False 9
145This Love Is Not for CowardsRobert Andrew Powell.Star Tribune
146Tor!- The Story of German Football The False 9
147What Is the World Cup? (What was…)Bonnie BaderBook Riot
148
What We Think About When We Think About Soccer
 Signature Reads
149
What’s Wrong with US? A Coach’s Blunt Take on the State of American Soccer after a Lifetime on the Touchline,
 Book List Reader
150When Friday ComesJames MontagueBuzzFeed
151
When Nobody Was Watching: My Hard-Fought Journey to the Top of the Soccer World,
 Book List Reader
152
Who Invented the Bicycle Kick? Soccer’s Greatest Legends and Lore,
 Book List Reader
153Who Is Pele? (Who Was?)James Buckley Jr., Andrew ThomsonBook Riot
154Why Soccer Matters In Latin AmericaJoshua H. NadelRemezcla
155Winning At All Costs Rabona 57
156
World Cup Fever: A Fanatic’s Guide to the Stars, Teams, Stories, Controversy, and Excitement of Sports’ Greatest Event,
 Book List Reader


21 Best Soccer Novels And Books Sources/Lists



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Book List Reader World Cup Reading: 32 Soccer Books : The Booklist Reader
Book Riot 13 Fantastic Soccer Books for Kids – Book Riot
BuzzFeed 23 Books All Soccer Fans Should Read
Five Books Football (Soccer) | Five Books Expert Recommendations
Football History Books about football (soccer) – history, biographic, tactics, stats and more
Mens Journal 10 Soccer Books for Anyone with World Cup Fever – Men’s Journal
MLS Soccer Top 5: The best soccer books, from Fever Pitch to Franklin Foer
NY Times During the World Cup, Read These 3 Books About Soccer
Paste Magazine These 10 Soccer Books Are About Much More Than Just Soccer
Rabona 57 9 Best Soccer Books You Should Be Reading
Read Brightly The Best Soccer Books for Kids of All Ages
Remezcla 6 Books About Soccer That Should Be On Your Summer Reading List
Signature Reads Kick Off Your Appreciation for Soccer With These 14 Great Books
Soccer Pursuits Best 5 Soccer Books For Teenagers
Softonic 10 Best books about soccer for middle-grade kids 2018
Star Tribune Missing World Cup? 5 great books about ‘beautiful game’ of soccer
The Daily Beast The Literature of Futbol: 11 Great Books About Soccer
The False 9 10 Best Football Books Every Fan Must Read
Washington Post 10 soccer books to consider adding to your summer reading list
We Are Teachers Best Soccer Books for Kids, As Chosen by Educators
World Soccer Talk The Ultimate Guide To the Best Soccer Books – World Soccer Talk

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