Tag Archives: Soccer

10 British Things About Austin, TX

Musicians and filmmakers make their annual pilgrimage to Austin’s internationally renowned SXSW festival to check out the talent … or, be checked out, depending on the agenda.

PHOTOS: Buckingham Palace Hosts Soccer (Football) Match

The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, also holds the title of President of The Football Association (FA), the governing body of English football. With this year marking the 150th anniversary of the FA, the duke invited the Civil ...

10 British Things About Baltimore, MD

The crime drama The Wire starring British actors Dominic West (Burton & Taylor) and Idris Elba (Luther) was set and filmed in Baltimore, MD from 2002 to 2008. These guys aren’t the only British arrival to “Charm City” ...

10 British Things About Miami, FL

With 921,603 British visitors going through Miami Airport in 2012, we’re reminded that Brits crave that fickle sun that can be shy to them in the U.K.

10 British Things About San Francisco, CA

Harry Potter‘s Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in Kill Your Darlings as American Beat Generation writer Allen Ginsberg, who was based in San Francisco, CA during the 1950s, where he first read his now famous poem ...

10 British Things About New York City

You can’t walk too far in NYC without hearing a British accent. In addition to our British expat friends, here are 10 British Things About NYC:

Today’s UK Twitter Trends (Apr. 25): Footballer Darron Gibson Quits Twitter

Soccer player Darron Gibson trended on Twitter in the UK today in a way he apparently didn’t much care for.

Today’s UK Twitter Trends (Apr. 21): Sergio Ramos’ Big Mishap

Poor Sergio Ramos is trending on Twitter in the UK today.

Ramos, a defender for the Real Madrid soccer team, was celebrating his city’s important win over Barcelona – a victory that brought with it the coveted Copa del Rey, or the King’s Cup. The team hadn’t won it in ...

Today’s UK Twitter Trends (Apr. 7): Soccer Star Wayne Rooney’s Potty Mouth

Soccer star Wayne Rooney is trending today on Twitter in the UK.

England’s Football Association today rejected an appeal by Manchester United’s Rooney, who had been slapped with a two-game suspension for swearing into a TV camera during a game last weekend.

World Cup Wrap-Up: Spain vs. the Netherlands Final

It’s the Dutch vs. the Spanish: who will rule? Guest blogger Michael Cree is back with a preview of Sunday’s World Cup final. – KW