This Euro 2016 has been somewhat of a security nightmare, and so it’s no surprise an Idiot made it onto the pitch of today’s final and turned it into the venue for a floor exercise.
David Gray’s 92nd-minute header pushed Hibernian to a 3-2 win over Rangers and delivered the north Edinburgh club its first Scottish Cup trophy since 1902—sparking madness at Hampden Park as fans stormed the pitch.
A lot of idiots have made their appearances at RFK Stadium, but it was one Idiot whose pitch invasion interrupted today’s D.C. United-New York Red Bulls and led to the hooligan getting sacked—in the American football sense of the term.
A presumably Armenian Idiot invaded the pitch during the first half of today’s Euro 2016 qualifier and, unlike American Idiots On The Field, actually earned some decent attention and play-by-play from ESPN’s announcing team.
Riots delayed yet another major soccer match this weekend as the second Liguilla leg of Atlas vs Guadalajara was delayed 15 minutes for fans running onto the field, attempting to attack Chivas players and the referee, and committing violence in the stands.
Arsenal blogger and man-about-the-internet Hugh Wizzy had decent seats for Spain-Chile. Had. Here, a tragicomedy in four acts:
Today's UEFA Champions League action featured one of the more boneheaded Idiots On The Field we've seen of late. Following last week's Idiot who ran out onto the field during a live football play, this would-be soccer star rushed onto the pitch in Kiev during Dynamo's match against Porto—only to run right into his…
A fan who rushed onto FedEx Field to celebrate Brazil's late goal to secure a 4-1 win over the United States in last night's friendly match found himself on the receiving end of what can only be called a clattering tackle.
Blackburn Rovers are facing relegation from the Premiership, and need a win against WIgan Athletic today to even have a chance at staying in England's top soccer division. Perhaps as a statement against absentee owners, a chicken bearing the Blackburn flag was unleashed onto the pitch early in today's match,…
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A kitty delayed action in today's Liverpool-Tottenham Hotspur match, inevitably doing a cat's duty of ridding the establishment of rats after having heard Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was back in action after his suspension for racism. [ESPN2]