You can always trust Tim Howard to remind us what’s important in life — wearing sunscreen! Yes, even during the winter. The former American goalkeeper took to Instagram to show followers his beach-ready body and to remind us all to protect our skin.
The heavily tattooed player was deemed a rare creature by the Chicago Tribune, referring to how few American soccer heroes exist.
Lukas Josef Podolski
Posted just a little bit before his 36th birthday, Lukas added a caption saying he's still hungry for more, and we totally get him! Power posing in what seems like a hair salon, Lukas looks like he's ready to take on any challenge that comes his way.
Podolski is a German player who has made a name for himself as someone with amazing technique and fierce attacks. He is also known for having an amazing and accurate left foot.
Former player Gary Neville has found success after his retirement in being a coach, broadcaster, and businessman. He actually co-owns the English Football League club Salford City.
He retired over a decade ago, but as you can see from this picture, that does not mean he has let himself go! On the contrary, he still looks as fresh and confident as ever.
Trent John Alexander-Arnold captioned this picture with "Island Boy." While the soccer player is originally from England, we bet that now he gets to enjoy island life as much as he wants to, or at least, during the off-season. In 2016, when he was just 18 he made his debut. In 2018 and 2019, he played the UEFA Champions League finals.
After winning the latter, he has continued to accumulate wins, which is why we think he totally deserves his island vacation!
Different people have different opinions when it comes to family members and friends matching outfits. But even those who hate the trend have to admit that this picture of Alisson Becker and his daughter in matching bathing suits is just too adorable to bear.
The Brazilian goalkeeper made his senior debut in 2013. In 2018 a deal with Liverpool worth £66.8 million made him the most expensive goalkeeper to have ever lived.