I'm nervous, seriously nervous. In a few hours, in the Olympic stadium in Rome, FC Barcelona (or "Barca," as its supporters call it) will face Manchester United, the other soccer superpower, in the game of all games, the final of the UEFA Champions League
A scam, but I might have clicked for tickets.
Sky is to show videos of goals from UEFA Champions League matches as they happen on Twitter and Facebook.
The controversial World Cup boss appears to soften his stance on technology with proposals for TV replays aiding appeals from coaches.
BT is kicking off against Sky Sports by offering BT Sports channels -- including Premier League football -- for free with BT broadband.
Sky Sports is on Now TV today, for live Premier League games and a range of sporting action on your smart phone or tablet.
BT has snapped up the ESPN UK and Ireland TV channel business, and will launch its own sports offering this summer.
Your computer can blank out soccer spoilers thanks to Heineken's Keep it Legendary app, so you enjoy the big game even if you miss it live.
The achievements of many Olympic athletes have translated into a surge in their popularity on the social network.