This week, Helen and Max are joined by Welsh international midfielder Jack Collison, actor Jack O'Connell, and Tim and Mark from The Charlatans.
Soccer AM are on a mission to find exactly how big Sam Allardyce's head is.
Jack O'Connell and Jack Collison compete in this week's Wheel of Fortune.
Frankie Fryer heads to Real Sociedad for this week's Away Days.
Soccer AM's Max Rushden heads to St. George's park to discover what process a player must go through to pass a medical at a new club.
Jack O'Connell joins Max and Helen on the sofa to talk about his BAFTA nomination, Starred Up and his love of football.
Currently without a club after being released by Ipswich, midfielder Jack Collison speaks to Max and Helen about his future.
Soccer AM put their twist on the latest Money Supermarket advert.
This week, Helen and Max are joined by Preston North End striker Kevin Davies, British punk band Slaves and comedian Tom Davis. Plus, take two of the Soccer AM dance off.
Derby's Johnny Russell and Jeff Hendrick dish the dirt on their promotion-chasing teammates.
The second Soccer AM Dance Off of the year - and this time there is a winner...
Preston striker Kevin Davies is the latest footballer to take on the toughest quiz around, Footballer Mastermind.
Laurie and Isaac from Slaves tell Max and Helen about having uncomfortable eye contact with fans, have the healthiest rider in music and perform a blind mineral water taste test.
Tom Davis joined us in studio to tell us about his new show Cockroaches, how Mark Noble deserves to be in the England squad and meeting Big Sam Allardyce in Strada.
Tonight's the night to have a fling with a Kammy Creme Egg.
Preston's Kevin Davies tells Max and Helen about getting used to life on the bench, his sons trying to make their way in the game, and how you might soon hear him on a commentator's microphone.
After an excellent suggestion by Scroobius Pip, the Soccer AM Dance Off contestants were given the chance to watch and rate their fellow performers' moves.
This week, Helen and Max are joined by former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman, comedian Paddy McGuinness and the Crystal Palace Cheerleaders. Plus, it's time for the Soccer AM dance-off.
Lee Sharpe gives Soccer AM the lowdown on his former Manchester United teammates.
David Seaman takes on Soccer AM'S Football Mastermind.
This week Basingstoke Town attempt the Soccer AM Crossbar Challenge.
2015 Soccer AM Dance-Off - Take One
David Seaman tells Max and Helen about his love of fishing and why he hasn't become a full-time goalkeeping coach.
Comedian Paddy McGuinness speaks to Max and Helen about being host of television series Take Me Out and shares the story of when he cleaned Emile Heskey's boots.
We look back at the 2014 Soccer AM dance-off with this year's competition almost upon us.