Rennes's US defender Carlos Bocanegra gestures during their French Cup final football match Rennes versus Guingamp on May 9, 2009 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, outside Paris. AFP PHOTO LIONEL BONAVENTURE (Photo credit should read LIONEL BONAVENTURE/AFP/Getty Images)
He may be injured, but he looks just as good.
The Real Madrid star and leader of Portugal has taken over from David Beckham and the sport's preeminent sex symbol.
The Sweden native now makes waves playing for the Seattle Sounders.
The Australian national and Galatasaray winger is always looking up Down Under.
The U.S. captain lets the fans of Franch club Rennes enjoy the goods.
The Czech international and Galatasaray star is one striking striker.
Age certainly hasn't taken a toll on the 39-year-old Portsmouth and England 'keeper.
The face of U.S. soccer is a good-looking one, indeed.
The Roma striker being left off the Italy World Cup roster is disappointing to fans for more than one reason.
Playing for CSKA Moscow and his native Chile, the winger pleases crowds on multiple continents.
Soak in that gaze from the Barcelona and Spain defender.
The Italy international and Juventus defender was the FIFA World Player of the Year in 2006.
The Real Madrid 'keeper and No. 1 choice for Spain has his eyes set on the World Cup trophy this summer.
Arsenal's captain and a creative option for Spain, Fabregas certainly brings the Cesc appeal.
The Chelsea midfielder and Germany captain makes them swoon. And no, that is not a photo of Matt Damon.
At just 23, the talented Bordeaux and France midfielder will be a sight for sore eyes for years to come.