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Top 10 All-Time Premier League Goal Scorers

The Premier League season is coming to a close and Liverpool and Manchester City are fighting for the title.

The season has been full of drama with an intense relegation race and plenty of goals.

Harry Kane finished last season as the top goal scorer in England once again and now sits fifth all time in goals.

The England international is the only active player competing in the Premier League top 10 with goals.

Kane is now less than 100 away from Alan Shearer’s record of 260.

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England’s top flight has featured plenty of elite talent over the years and perhaps a new generation of top stars will break onto this list.

Jamie Vardy, Romelu Lukaku and Mohamed Salah are some of the current figures that continue to inch their way closer to the league’s immortal.

Meanwhile, Man City’s new star signing Erling Haaland could be a player many look towards to shatter goal records in the future.

Today, we’re taking a look at the Premier League’s top 10 goal scorers of all time.

10. Michael Owen
150 goals
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Owen was a legend for both club and country in England and his legacy at Liverpool will always be remembered. Owen won the 2001 Ballon d’Or, becoming just the fifth English player in the country’s history to win the award. 

9. Jermain Defoe
162 goals
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Defoe’s career was different than many of the other goal scorers on this list and widely under-appreciated throughout his career. The Englishman scored over 20 goals at five separate Premier League clubs during his time in England and that’s what makes it so impressive.

8. Robbie Fowler
163 goals
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Fowler became a Liverpool legend after rising quickly through the academy and starring for the Reds at the senior level. Fowler may be sixth all-time in Liverpool goals, but his legacy at the club won’t ever be forgotten and remains in the conversation as one of the team’s greatest players alongside Steven Gerrard, Ian Rush and Kenny Daglish.

7. Thierry Henry
175 goals

The former Arsenal great was one of the most prolific attackers in Premier League history, and his ability to help guide the Gunners to the greatest season in English football history set the tone for his legendary career.

6. Frank Lampard
177 goals

Lampard is a Chelsea legend for a reason and what makes his record so impressive was his ability to score from the midfield. Lampard was a chief creator in the Chelsea attack, but his goal scoring record made him lethal on some of the Blues’ top teams.

5. Harry Kane
179 goals
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Out of the entire top 10, Kane is the only player still competing in the Premier League.

Kane recently broke into the top 5 and he’s showing no signs of stopping his fine scoring form.

Last summer, Kane was subject of massive transfer talks and perhaps this summer will bring similar headlines.

4. Sergio Aguero
184 goals
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Aguero won’t be in the Premier League this season after joining Barcelona, but his track record at Man City was one of the key reasons for the club’s rise to the top of English football over the past decade.

3. Andy Cole
187 goals
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Cole made a name for himself throughout the top flight, but most remember the striker for his time spent at Man United.

He played a role in five Premier League titles, as well as a First Division championship during his time with Newcastle.

2. Wayne Rooney
208 goals
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The Red Devils legend became the second player in Premier League history to break the 200-goal barrier and his time at Old Trafford made him one of the most exciting players to ever suit up for the club.

Rooney was successful in domestic and European competitions for nearly a decade-and-a-half after leaving Everton in 2004.

1. Alan Shearer
260 goals
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Shearer famously made himself a household name in Newcastle after coming home to his childhood club after spending years at Blackburn and snubbing Manchester United.

Shearer’s goal scoring record in England will go many years without being broken. To this point, Kane looks like the only one that can break it within the next decade.


Futera United Wins Big Against Bangkok FC

Futera United remains at the top of the table after three matches and the club earned another convincing win.

On Wednesday, the Web3 football club picked up three points in a 5-0 victory against Bangkok FC at Nonthaburi Wittayalai School.

The win marked the club’s second win in league play to go along with a draw, keeping the side unbeaten through three matches.

Gael Basana was the star of the show for Futera and scored twice on the day to the hosts a comfortable win.

The attacker opened up the scoring after eight minutes before adding a second goal in the first half.

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Purpipat ‘Phu’ Siriwat remains the squad’s top scorer this season in all competitions with seven goals.

Meanwhile, Panubong ‘Boss’ Sinphattarapaisan opened his scoring account after bagging Futera’s final goal of the match.

The 5-0 result marks Futera’s third consecutive shutout after scoring 21 goals during the stretch of games.

What’s Next?

Futera United will be back in action again on Sunday, May 15 when they face DOME FC.

The match is part of the Thailand Amateur League and will kick off at 6 a.m. GMT (2 a.m. ET).

Fans can watch all Futera matches via

What is Futera United?

Futera created a football club to combine two passions of the organization; football and NFTs.

By combining the two concepts, the team allows its supporters to have stake in it by making important decisions and shaping its future.

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Some of the perks include selecting the lineups and designing the club’s badge.

Futera has worked in the sports cards industry for over 30 years and looks to bring its community into the mix.

The club plans on building its digital footprint further in the metaverse with exciting new launches in the future.


Meet Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka

Arsenal is in prime contention to reach the UEFA Champions League for the first time since the 2016/17 season.

Bukayo Saka is an important piece for the young Gunners as they aim to close out the current Premier League campaign.

Saka has recently become a regular for manager Mikel Arteta in his third full season as a professional.

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The Englishman has already succeeded in the Premier League and the national team will be calling again this fall.

Here’s more on the young playmaker as we meet Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka.

Saka’s Background

Saka burst onto the scene for Arsenal back in 2018 after spending a number of years with the club’s youth academy.

Prior to that, the Englishman played for Watford’s youth system at a young age and local club Greenfield Celtic.

Saka debuted for the Gunners four years ago in the UEFA Europa League and soon became a club mainstay.

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Saka’s true moment of brilliance early on came against Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019 when he recorded his first goal on top of two assists.

The 20 year old has even won Arsenal’s Player of the Year award at a young age and recorded seven goals and seven assists in 2020/21.

Saka’s Play Style

Saka is a menace on the wing with his natural instincts to find space and take on defenders.

His ability to cut in on his left foot makes him incredibly dangerous and that’s why defenders typically back off.

He’s capable of making darting runs into the penalty area, which causes severe distress for opposing teams.

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This season, Saka has scored goals against Chelsea, Man City, Man United and Tottenham among other sides.

The Gunners winger has all the makings of a top talent in the Premier League for many years to come.

What’s Next for Saka?

Arsenal are currently in the top four mix with just five games remaining in the season.

Saka has been a huge figure for the Gunners in the attack with his 11 Premier League goals this campaign.

In fact, Saka is eighth in England’s top flight this season in goals, which is a good sign for future seasons.

So what’s next?

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Saka is almost a lock to make Gareth Southgate’s England squad ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

To this point, Saka has already been called up for The Three Lions 14 times dating back to 2022, including Euro 2020.

The young attacker missed an important penalty in the tournament’s final against Italy.

Saka was brilliant and graceful though in how he handled himself after the defeat.

There will be competition on the wings, but Saka could very well see meaningful minutes for England.

There’s little doubt that the 20 year old will continue to soar at a young age because Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka is the real deal.


What’s Next For Futera United?

At the start of 2022, we met up with Futera — a sports card publisher preparing to enter the NFT space with their project FUTERA UNITED.

Catching up with them again two months in, the Club and the project have taken considerable strides to become the proper Football Club of the Web3 era.

On Thursday, Futera revealed a partnership with ONE37pm, where the media company’s name will be donned on all kits for the 2022 season.

ONE37pm will also distribute content based around Futera United and create further social media buzz for the club.

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They’ve signed a long-term lease on facilities for the Club’s home in Bangkok, Thailand and brought in the world-class coaching staff.

They are undefeated in their first two league games.

They’ve undertaken several ‘world’s firsts’ in the NFT space. In March, they held an open trial for players to try out for Futera United.

FUTERA UNITED NFT holders voted on who made it through to the final squad.

  • NFT holders voted on the design of the Club’s Logo. 
  • The same goes for the kits; holders gave their input on an array of first colors and designs to choose from. After, the results are Black and Gold for Home and Pink and Blue for Away.
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NFT holders, and viewers can receive POAPs for virtually attending the match.

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What’s next for FUTERA UNITED? 

The team is represented in three competitions this season, including the Thai FA Cup. The club has a chance to be drawn against one of the heavyweights of Thai Football.

And to cement their place as the Football Club of Web3: 


The Futera Dome is a Metaverse stadium in the SANDBOX where as a Futera United NFT holder you’ll have access to amenities.

Futera Museum is an archive for their greatest ever cards.

A Futera United store will be available where users can purchase IRL and virtual goods.

The most exciting Football stadium in the metaverse where you can hangout with your online friends.

Perhaps you’ll bump into the Futera United players or even world football stars and influencers!

Next, they have purchased the land, brought in a team of metaverse builders and artists and will take you on the journey of creating this incredible venue.

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Introducing elements of Play2Earn

Win your Futera United NFT as a Sandbox Avatar!

With challenges to win your own metaverse avatar based on your Futera United NFT you’ll be able to explore the Futera Dome and all its amazing facilities in the Sandbox as your NFT football superstar!

By wearing the team’s kit and featuring the traits that make your NFT so unique, these SANDBOX avatars are fully designed by their own in-house voxel design team.


Meet Valentin Barco, Boca Juniors’ Attacking Argentine

Boca Juniors has been known over the years for producing some of Argentina’s biggest talents, including Riquelme and Carlos Tevez.

While the Argentine giants have had an insane amount of star power in the past, the current Boca side is continually getting younger and that’s forging a path for a new generation of Los Xeneizes.

One player specifically that has been on the radar of some over recent years is Valentin Barco, who’s been at the club for nearly half of his life.

ONE37pm takes a closer look at the young left back, who has already made his senior team debut at the age of 17.

Barco’s Background

Barco grew up in Buenos Aires — the home of Boca Juniors — and it seemed destined that he would eventually play for the Bombonera side.

The Argentine was scouted by Boca at a young age and eventually signed to the club’s youth academy at the nine years old.

Famed scout Ramon Maddoni was responsible for bringing Barco into the fold, the same way that he did with Riquelme, Tevez and Esteban Cambiasso.

Since joining the organization, Barco has become one of the youngest players ever to debut for the historic side.


Barco predominantly sets up as a left winger or left back because of his comfort on the ball and quality pace.

With Riquelme in charge of Boca, he’s allowed players like Barco to make an impact not just in the organization’s youth sides but also the senior team.

Barco’s Future

Barco has already begun to snag attention from Europe despite a limited amount of time on the pitch with Boca.

City Football Group — which controls Manchester City, New York City FC and other clubs across the world — has already been looking into the young left back.

If Barco continues at this rate, he may not be playing at Boca for too long.


Meet Bruno Iglesias, Madrid’s Magisterial Midfielder

Real Madrid has had a long line of successful and world-class midfielders over decades that includes David Beckham, Kaka and Luka Modric, but the club could have another star in its midst in the coming seasons.

Bruno Iglesias hasn’t debuted for Los Blancos just yet, but the 18 year old has already begun to make a significant impression upon the club in his nearly seven years with the team.

Iglesias is seen as a logical replacement for Madrid’s aging midfield in the near future once Modric, Casemiro and Toni Kroos have completed their incredible careers in Spain.

ONE37pm takes a closer look at Iglesias, who is currently lighting it up with Madrid’s Under-19 side.

Iglesias’ Background

Iglesias began his youth career with Santa Marta before drawing significant interest from some of Spain’s top clubs.

The Spaniard had interest from both Atletico Madrid and Barcelona but ultimately chose Real back in 2015.

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Although he hasn’t trained regularly with Madrid’s senior team, Iglesias is being prepared steadily for a larger role as he continues to dominate the club’s U-19 squad.

This season, Iglesias has double digit goals and assists for his team, showing his tremendous value at a young age.

Iglesias’ Future

Although there’s a very strong chance Iglesias plays for Madrid in the near future, other clubs across Europe have expressed interest in the young Spaniard.

Iglesias can certainly work into Madrid’s side slowly as the midfield trio of Modric, Casemiro and Kroos continue to age. However, the arrival of Eduardo Camavinga is certainly another competitor to deal with in the center of the park.

The player that often draws comparisons to a young Kaka could soon have his chance at the Santiago Bernabeu, but until he makes his debut we’ll be watching his progress from afar.


Meet Tanguy Nianzou, Bayern’s French Enforcer

Bayern Munich has dominated the Bundesliga for years and with a new crop of players leading this next generation of the club

When watching the German giants play a lot of the attention goes to the traditional stars like Robert Lewandowski, Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller, however, this new-age Bayern team has plenty of young guns looking to make their impact.

Tanguy Nianzou is one of Bayern’s young defender that’s already making an impact as a teenager and the physically-imposing Frenchman could be a name to watch at the club for years to come.

Here’s more on the 19-year-old center back, who’s now in his second full season with the German side.

Nianzou’s Background

Nianzou was born in Paris and actually spent spent several years with Paris Saint-Germain at both the youth and professional levels.

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The Frenchman also spent time with local side Fontainebleau prior to his arrival at PSG, where several other notable graduates have gone on to have amazing careers, including Lilian Thuram and Christopher Nkunku.

Although PSG never afforded the teenager the opportunities he was seeking, it was clear early on that he could play top-level football in Europe.

With a 6’3″ frame, Nianzou is seen as a dominating presence at the heart of a defense and at Bayern he’s earning more minutes at a young age.

Nianzou’s Future

The arrival of Dayot Upamecano at Bayern created a noticeable shift defensively for the club after Jerome Boateng left.

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Meanwhile, Nianzou also figures to play a big role centrally for the club as they continue to get younger at the back alongside Upamecano and Alphonso Davies.

Nianzou has also lit it up for France’s youth national teams and with center back being one of the few areas where Les Bleus could use an injection of youth, the Bayern talent could potentially break into the senior side soon.

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2022 World Cup Predictions

We’re still over seven months away from the 2022 World Cup, but it’s never too early to start analyzing the most prestigious football tournament in the world.

32 nations will meet in Qatar this November with the aim of being named world champions after France took home those honors at the tournament’s previous edition in 2018.

For nations like the United States, 2022 marks a return to the World Cup for the first time since 2014, while traditional powers like Brazil and Germany aim to engrave their names in history once again with a title.

Below, ONE37pm hands out its 2022 World Cup predictions ahead of November’s competition in Qatar.

Group Stage

Group A

Hosts Qatar weren’t presented with the most desirable group, and it definitely won’t be an easy task getting past pool play with three quality sides.

African champions Senegal will be led by a core of quality Premier League players, including Sadio Mane, Edouard Mendy, as well as Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly.

Meanwhile, Netherlands breezed through qualifying with Memphis Depay’s goal scoring run and defensively they have a very talented group with Virgil van Dijk and Mathijs de Ligt manning the back line.

Ecuador will be a threat, but slowed down towards the end of CONMEBOL qualifying. Qatar can put up a fight after competing in various North and South American competitions over recent years, but it’s likely one-and-done for the host nation.

Who Advances? Netherlands + Senegal

Group B

The USMNT won’t be upset with their group, but England obviously presents a significant challenge for the Americans.

The Three Lions have been on the brink of a major title after finishing fourth at the previous World Cup and runners up to Italy at Euro 2020.

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The U.S. should be able to get past Iran and whichever team ends up qualifying from Europe, but it’s certainl

Who Advances? England + USA

Group C

El Tri will feel fortunate to have their group despite being pitted up against Lionel Messi and Argentina. Mexico finished second in CONCACAF qualifying, but they have a very strong chance of reaching the knockout phase.

Argentina will definitely be the favorites to advance after finishing unbeaten in qualifying and riding a 31-match unbeaten streak to this point.

Saudi Arabia likely won’t have much luck on their side, while Poland can be heavily reliant on one of the top strikers in football; Robert Lewandowski.

Who Advances? Argentina + Mexico

Group D

Defending champions France should have a comfortable road to the knockout phase with one of the deepest squads at the World Cup.

Meanwhile, Euro 2020 darlings Denmark have star Christian Eriksen back and they’ll be looking to build off of last year’s success on the biggest European stage.

If Peru gets through qualifying they can certainly present a threat, but their path to the Round of 16, along with Tunisia, will be quite challenging.

Who Advances? France + Denmark

Group E

Many will have their attention on Group E with two powerhouses battling it out in Spain and Germany.

Both sides have largely young cores and will be hoping to take that next major leap on the international stage with players like Pedri and Kai Havertz leading the way.

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Japan is always a consistent threat in group play, but this isn’t the same team we’ve seen in previous cycles. Meanwhile, Costa Rica will aim to get past New Zealand in order to solidify their spot and the Ticos are an aging team that does have one of the best goalkeepers in the competition with Keylor Navas.

Who Advances? Spain + Germany

Group F

This could be the last time we see the ‘Golden Age’ of Belgium with Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard, but this side is still good enough to reach the knockout phase and potentially go further.

Meanwhile, Canada could be one of the most exciting newcomers at this year’s World Cup with Alphonso Davies, Tajon Buchanan and Jonathan David aiming to take the North American side to the Round of 16.

They’ll have a serious challenge from Croatia – who finished second in 2018 – and Morocco, who battled valiantly at AFCON 2021.

Who Advances? Belgium + Canada

Group G

Brazil will certainly be favorites to advance after an unbeaten qualifying run and only two major losses in all competitions since 2019.

However, Neymar and Co. will have a battle in terms of which nation finishes second in Group G.

Serbia boasts one of the top young strikers in football with Dušan Vlahovič while Cameroon has a sneaky good squad that is going to look to speed the game up.

Switzerland has been to many knockout rounds with a veteran core led by Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka, so don’t be surprised if they ruin someone’s party.

Who Advances? Brazil + Serbia

Group H

Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. had their troubles getting to Qatar, but now that Portugal has qualified Portugal are certainly one of the favorites to win the World Cup.

The European nation boasts an incredible amount of attacking talent, while Joao Cancelo and Ruben Dias man the defense.

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Meanwhile, a rematch of a 2010 knockout round game ensues with Ghana and Uruguay meeting. Luis Suarez was the famous figure sent off after handling the ball on the goal line, but Uruguay still advanced on penalty kicks.

Expect the South Americans to advance again with a veteran squad looking to make a lasting run to the knockout stage.

Who Advances? Portugal + Uruguay

Round of 16

This is where the competition begins to get serious and the fun truly begins for teams that expect to go all the way at the World Cup.

Although the hosts may not make it to the knockout phase, there’s a ton of star power left in the tournament, including favorites Brazil, France and England.

Who Advances? Netherlands + Argentina + Spain + Brazil + England + France + Germany + Portugal


It’s not rare to see group winners in these latter stages of the World Cup and with so many top teams boasting immense talent this year, there are a lot of European powers at the top.

By this point, we could have all teams ranked inside the top 12 in FIFA’s World Rankings, which would make for some incredible drama in the quarterfinals.

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Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar and Mbappe would all still be in the competition as well, which would be great for casual fans of the sport.

Who Advances? Argentina + Brazil + France + Germany


We could get a dream semifinals with Lionel Messi and Neymar facing off once again in a rematch of many South American battles previously seen.

Meanwhile, France and Germany have had many great encounters in Europe previously. Les Bleus continue to boast a strong squad with N’Golo Kante and Kylian Mbappe leading the way.

Who Advances? Brazil + France

Third-place Match

Messi and Co. fall short of an elusive World Cup, but a third-place finish in Qatar would still be quite good for the legacy of the Barcelona & PSG superstar.

Meanwhile, Germany has been building properly under Hansi Flick and could very well be in the running to win the 2026 World Cup.

Who wins? Argentina


In a battle of Europe and South America, we get a similar result to what we’ve seen in previous World Cups over recent years. Europe continues to reign supreme on the global stage and France does something quite impressive by repeating as champions.

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Brazil have all the quality to go deep in this competition and they’ll give France a very good game, especially with a midfield led by Casemiro and Fabinho.

Who wins? France

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Who Will Make the USMNT’s 23-Man Roster?

The U.S. Men’s National Team has returned to the World Cup for the first time since 2014 and the expectations will be significant for the Americans.

For many, it will be their first World Cup given the youth the Americans boast heading into Qatar.

Meanwhile, manager Gregg Berhalter will be coaching at his first World Cup despite previously playing on the world’s biggest stage as a player for the USMNT.

With Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams and a core of players eager to put their stamp on the World Cup, the USMNT certainly has a chance to make some noise in Group B, where they’ll be paired with England, Iran and a European nation still to be determined.

ONE37pm takes a look at which players will likely make the 23-man roster for the USMNT ahead of the 2022 World Cup.


Zack Steffen, Matt Turner, Ethan Horvath

This will probably be the most straightforward of any of the position groups for Berhalter.

Steffen and Turner both have legitimate cases for being the starter in net once the U.S. touches down in Qatar, while Horvath has been really good in Europe for several years now.

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Sean Johnson could be a veteran that gets a shout, but this goalkeeper room is probably the least of anyone’s concerns for the Americans.


George Bello, Sergiño Dest, Miles Robinson, Walker Zimmerman, Jedi Robinson, Chris Richards, Aaron Long, DeAndre Yedlin

The U.S. has benefitted greatly from finding a strong center back partnership over the past six-plus months with Miles Robinson and Walker Zimmermann, so that makes the job a little easier for Berhalter.

Left back has been locked down by Jedi Robinson, while the right back spot will likely go to Sergiño Dest, who has excelled at Barcelona.

Veterans like Aaron Long and DeAndre Yedlin will certainly provide cover for the Americans if they need reassurances late in matches or due to injuries.


Weston McKennie, Tyler Adams, Yunus Musah, Gianluca Busio, Luca de la Torre, Kellyn Acosta

The Americans have so much midfield talent, and the group of three that will likely start on opening day of the World Cup has been set in stone for some time.

Adams, McKennie and Musah have been three players essentially locked into the XI for the U.S., but this squad boasts great depth in the center of the park.

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Acosta and De La Torre played meaningful minutes throughout qualifying, while Busio has been quite strong at moments for Venezia throughout his debut Serie A campaign.

Forwards (6)

Christian Pulisic, Gio Reyna, Ricardo Pepi, Brenden Aaronson, Tim Weah, Jordan Pefok

The group up front will be largely straight forward when you have players like Aaronson, Pulisic, Reyna and Weah.

However, none of those players are primarily center forwards, which leaves the biggest questions at the No. 9 position.

Ricardo Pepi has done well at times for the USMNT, but since joining Augsburg he’s struggled to find goals regularly, opening the door for other players to make their way into the mix.

Meanwhile, Pefok should definitely be one of those players earning consideration after the season he’s had at Young Boys.

He’s arguably been the most consistent goal scorer in the American pool, and when it comes to a competition like the World Cup a team can never have enough players that can score goals in bunches.

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What is the American FootGolf League?

With the emergence of many niche sports across the United States, FootGolf continues to be an undervalued avenue for proper football players and golfers alike.

The American FootGolf League was founded back in 2011 by Roberto Balestrini and over a decade later the sport has become more relevant across the U.S. with over 250 courses nationwide.

Each year, thousands of players – both casually and competitively – take to fairways to kick a football into an oversized cup and with the 2022 AFGL season underway it feels like the perfect time to answer some questions about the U.S.’ leading FootGolf organization.

What is the American FootGolf League?

The organization oversees FootGolf in the United States and helps sanction competitive tournaments across the country.

AFGL helps bring new courses into the sport, as well as organize competitions both at the professional and amateur levels.

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The AFGL is a member of the global FootGolf governing body Federation for International FootGolf (FIFG), which features many other countries around the world.

What is the AFGL Tour?

The AFGL Tour runs annually from January through December and players have the chance to gain points based on placements at each competition.

The tour runs similarly to tennis in that each tournament varies in points and difficulty.

Local FootGolf tournaments typically start at 100 points, while major competitions are valued at 250, 500 and 1000 points each depending on the size of the tournament field.

Top finishers on the AFGL Tour have the opportunity to represent the U.S. in various international competitions, including the Jansen Cup – similar set up to golf’s Ryder Cup – and the World Cup.

The next edition of the FootGolf World Cup will be played in Orlando, FL in June 2023.

How Can I Join AFGL?

AFGL is always accepting new players, both at the professional and amateur levels.

Most professional tournaments in the U.S. have over 50 players competing from all across the nation.

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Tournaments are played in California, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee and other states.

For more information of registering for the AFGL Tour, please visit the organization’s official website.