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Final Phase Ticket Price
Last Word Staff - Jul 6, 2022

The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious international football competition. Every once in four years, millions of fans attend the event from all over the world. In just a few months Qatar is going to host the World Cup 2022. Qatar’s hosting decisions heightened the excitement among fans exceptionally. According to Surprise Sports, the […]


Greatest Comebacks in Sports History
Matt Jarvis - Sep 2, 2021

When looking for the greatest comebacks in sports history there is much to consider but one thing is certain – coming back from a position of no return will always set pulses racing. Greatest Comebacks in Sports History Comebacks A blowout has its advantages. When the outcome of a game is decided long before the […]

Most Popular Athletes
Last Word Staff - Sep 1, 2021

The summer is nearly finished and so are the EURO 2020 and Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. There were plenty of talented players in EURO 2020 and standout performers at the Olympic Games but who were the Most Popular Athletes of the summer? Last Word on Sports considers the key performers. Post-EURO’s and Olympic Games: The […]

Matt Jarvis - Sep 13, 2020

A positive Everton put a negative and lacklustre Tottenham Hotspur side to the sword with a one nil victory at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This was a game all about new signings and it was Everton’s new players who stood out as Tottenham looked a team with little structure and little creativity. Positive Everton Take […]

popular sports horse racing
Last Word Staff - Jun 15, 2020

With the rising popularity of sports betting, many sports fans are now seeking to enter the betting market. During the sports season, established sports bettors spend billions of dollars collectively every year while betting at licensed online betting sites, casinos, and local betting shops. From the total volume of bets estimated from online betting, local […]

Alejandro Pozuelo
Lukas Weese - Feb 29, 2020

Alejandro Pozuelo’s penalty kick goal was the highlight in a 2-2 draw between Toronto FC and the San Jose Earthquakes in the season opener. Pozuelo’s goal came at the 40th minute in the first half, after taking a penalty in the box. The Reds midfielder is coming off a season in 2019 where he recorded […]

Jayden Nelson
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Dec 17, 2019

Soccer is becoming one of the top sports in Canada. Almost three million players, young and old, graced the pitch in the North American country in 2006, according to the Big Count. Most Canadian footballers play in the Canadian Premier League, the United Soccer League, and the Major League Soccer. Betway offers different betting options […]

Sportsmen
Last Word Staff - Nov 28, 2019

If you’re blessed with sporting talent, we all know there is big money to be made, but do you know how much the biggest earners take home every year? Whether they earn their keep scoring goals, acing serves or winning big on the Las Vegas strip at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), here are […]

Michael Bradley
Lukas Weese - Oct 30, 2019

Michael Bradley has been hearing the same phrase for weeks. “This could be your last game with the club.” It is a quote that every athlete playing for a professional sports team has to face. Age or injuries are always inevitable realities that determine the fate of a player with a team. In the case […]

Toronto FC
Lukas Weese - Oct 19, 2019

TORONTO– Toronto FC is back to the second round of the playoffs with a 5-1 victory over D.C. United in extra time. For the third time in four years, the Reds of Toronto FC will be competing in the Eastern Conference semifinals of the MLS Playoffs. The scoring started in the 32nd minute, with Marky […]

Lukas Weese - Oct 18, 2019

TORONTO— John Herdman was smiling ear to ear in the post match press conference. His apparent giddiness could not be contained. For the first time in 34 years, the Canada men’s soccer team defeated its border rival United States. It was not just the history achieved that had the 44 year old Canadian soccer coach […]

Alphonso Davies
Lukas Weese - Oct 15, 2019

TORONTO– Team Canada has won its first of two meetings against Team USA 2-0 in the CONCACAF Nations League. In the 63rd minute, Alphonso Davies, the breakout midfielder of Bayern Munich, buried the first goal. In the 90th minute, Lucas Cavallini struck the ball in the back of the net off the wing, propelling Canada […]

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Last Word Staff - Oct 14, 2019

Manchester United are committed to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because there is no one else to take his job. The Red Devils manager has had a torrid time this season achieving just three wins in all competitions. Manchester United were defeated on Sunday by Newcastle United thanks to a Matthew Longstaff goal. It came as Newcastle […]

Toronto FC Playoff
Lukas Weese - Oct 9, 2019

Michael Bradley remembers the deafening sounds from the Toronto FC crowd. There was a time when it did not seem conceivable for BMO Field to host a soccer playoff game. That changed on October 27, 2016, when Toronto FC hosted the Philadelphia Union. It was a street fight for a football match. Sebastian Giovinco, Jonathan […]

Toronto FC Wins and will Host Playoff Game
Lukas Weese - Oct 6, 2019

Toronto FC needed a win. And they needed a bunch of help. On MLS’ Decision Day, Toronto FC not only defeated Columbus FC 1-0 but got the help they needed to finish fourth in the MLS East Standings. With Philadelphia United losing 2-0 to the Montreal Impact and FC Cincinnati and D.C. United draw, the […]

Greg Vanney
Lukas Weese - Sep 16, 2019

TORONTO— Greg Vanney was probably imagining a different outcome for his Toronto FC squad. After jumping to a 2-0 lead over Colorado on Sunday, Vanney was hungry for his squad to put the foot on the gas to secure the three points. But after giving up two goals, the Toronto FC manager knew he was […]



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Four Things Jurgen Klopp is Doing to help Liverpool
Last Word Staff - Sep 16, 2019

Liverpool are not having the best of starts to the current Premier League season, but there are four things Jurgen Klopp is doing to ensure that the Reds’ are still title-worthy. It showed in their Champions League clash against Ajax, and this brand of football will be dangerous in the Premier League. The evident absence of […]

New Alcohol Rules - Qatar World Cup
Last Word Staff - Sep 16, 2019

After several fans who purchased World Cup 2022 tickets voiced their frustration with the no-alcohol policy, FIFA and the Qatari organizers are working on plans to facilitate drinks when the games come alive in November which means that new alcohol rules could be in place for the tournament. New Alcohol Rules – Changes for Qatar […]

Qualifying US Open
Eddie Davey - Sep 16, 2019

Most golf fans think of mid-June, Father’s Day, when they think of the U.S. Open, few even know the virtually untold story of US Open Qualifying. While the winner accepts the trophy on Sunday afternoon, the true “open” part of the U.S. Open takes place in relative silence at qualifying events held weeks before the […]

Kaiden Guhle
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Sep 16, 2019

It was announced on December 12th that nineteen-year-old Kaiden Guhle will represent Team Canada as its captain for the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship. The teenager is currently playing for the Edmonton Oil Kings in the Western Hockey League. Guhle was traded to the Oil Kings by the Prince Albert Raiders on the very same […]

Premier League
Last Word Staff - Sep 16, 2019

Football s one of the most followed sports on the planet and has billions of loyal fans. While leagues like Serie A are very popular, the biggest draw is arguably the English Premier League. There are many reasons for this – with the fast-paced action and tough tackling being important. The Premier League is also […]

Sega Powered’ Magazine
Matt Jarvis - Sep 16, 2019

Dean Mortlock knows more than a thing or two about the video gaming industry having worked on some of the best known magazines of yesteryear and especially when it comes to all things Sega. Now he decided that the time is right to bring print media Sega goodness back to the fans with the launch […]

Bruno Lage
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Sep 16, 2019

Not many fans knew the name Bruno Lage before he stepped foot in the Wolverhampton Wanderers technical area in the summer; nobody really knew what to expect. In all honesty, it all felt a bit ironic that once again, Wolves were turning to the Portuguese to oversee a change in fortune. It all felt a […]

sportsbooks
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Sep 16, 2019

Caesars is one of the biggest brands in the world of gambling and its online foray – with a sportsbook – is not too far off in terms of being perfect. The sportsbook from Caesars is available in different parts of the United States. After initially beginning its operations in the states of Pennsylvania, Indiana, […]