For those of you who love and/or play the sport of soccer, and/or whose kids play on a high school soccer team, or whose male relatives play for their college and/or local men’s soccer team (like my son), you may be enjoying watching the FIFA World Cup* competition whose coverage is currently being broadcast on television. Click here for schedule of matches. (Check local and cable TV sports listings for broadcast times).
Perhaps you love watching men’s soccer teams from around the world compete against each other. Many of those teams have beautiful and attractive young men. When not watching the game on television, perhaps you enjoy watching a college or university’s men’s soccer team or some professional men’s soccer team in your area compete, if not both. Perhaps you don’t particularly like watching soccer at all, which is just fine
If any or all of the above is true, I’ve created a slideshow photo gallery which features some examples of likely-to-occur happenings by some of the players on the soccer field. (Included are a few not-so-likely-to-occur happenings on the soccer field simply to spike that thing throbbing between your legs.) A number of straight, gay, bisexual, and MSM (men/males who have sex with men/males) men who watch televised men’s soccer games and/or who attend the games played in their area, enjoy the eye candy. May this article – and the photos in it, inspire you to seek the same visual pleasures.
Enjoy the slideshow!
*NOTE: The FIFA World Cup, often and simply called the World Cup, is a quadrennial (meaning, it’s held every four years) international football [soccer] tournament. It is contested by the senior men’s national teams of the members of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport’s global governing body. Except in years 1942 and 1946 (when it was not held because of World War II), the championship tournament has been held every four years since its inauguration in 1930. The current champion is Germany, which won its fourth title at the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
As of this writing, the 2018 (and 21st) FIFA World Cup is currently ongoing in Russia (it started June 14th). It will end with the final match scheduled to be held July 15th. The United States did not meet qualifying requirements to compete in the 2018 World Cup. (Click here to learn why.)
UPDATE: Check this out from Pride.com: