Soccer audiobooks dive headfirst into the world’s most popular sport with topics like profiles of popular players, coaching techniques, tips for improved performance, and stories about how the sport has changed countries and the world. Learn more about this cultural phenomenon with one of these soccer audiobooks.

Soccer audiobooks dive headfirst into the world’s most popular sport with topics like profiles of popular players, coaching techniques, tips for improved performance, and stories about how the sport has changed countries and the world. Learn more about this cultural phenomenon with one of these soccer audiobooks.

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Deemed the most popular sport in the world, soccer (or football, depending on your country of origin) has spawned a plethora of books. Often written in a memoir or biographical style, the soccer genre uncovers the inner workings of some of the world’s most famous players. Just as popular, however, is the study of the sport itself. Interested readers can learn about the contracts, deals, and business workings impacting their favorite leagues. They can study the symbolism of club crests. They can listen to the impact of soccer on global economics, how politics and soccer intersect, or learn about the life choices that led to some of soccer’s greatest managers. Personal stories, training techniques, and the global response to this massively popular sport are all fodder for sports writers interested in soccer. Soccernomics, by Simon Kuper, Fever Pitch, by Nick Hornby, and Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, by Søren Frank all take a distinctly different approach toward the topic, but their contributions to the genre highlight the diversity of the sport’s impact on the world. Learn more about your favorite player, coach or team; explore the sport’s history; or discover its intersection with cultures around the world via these soccer audiobooks on Scribd.

Deemed the most popular sport in the world, soccer (or football, depending on your country of origin) has spawned a plethora of books. Often written in a memoir or biographical style, the soccer genre uncovers the inner workings of some of the world’s most famous players. Just as popular, however, is the study of the sport itself. Interested readers can learn about the contracts, deals, and business workings impacting their favorite leagues. They can study the symbolism of club crests. They can listen to the impact of soccer on global economics, how politics and soccer intersect, or learn about the life choices that led to some of soccer’s greatest managers. Personal stories, training techniques, and the global response to this massively popular sport are all fodder for sports writers interested in soccer. Soccernomics, by Simon Kuper, Fever Pitch, by Nick Hornby, and Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, by Søren Frank all take a distinctly different approach toward the topic, but their contributions to the genre highlight the diversity of the sport’s impact on the world. Learn more about your favorite player, coach or team; explore the sport’s history; or discover its intersection with cultures around the world via these soccer audiobooks on Scribd.