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Howard's Everton pummeled by Chelsea 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard endured one of his longest afternoons with Everton as the Toffees fell to Chelsea, 6-3, at ...
Saturday surprises jumble Eastern Conference playoff look 
[MLS: Saturday] Perhaps Houston's contentious and surprising win in Kansas City Friday carried over to Saturday's action. Three other Eastern ...
Reign players reward Harvey with turnaround 
[NWSL: Final] Englishwoman Laura Harvey was an easy choice for NWSL Coach of the Year, taking the Seattle Reign FC ...
What They're Saying: Megan Rapinoe 
"Hopefully, we'll have some kind of home-field advantage, which will help. They played in something like 160 degrees so we ...
Where to Watch European Soccer 
The new European club season has started up. Here are places Soccer America readers recommend where you should go to ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Hamburg -- der Dinosaurier -- turns to Julian Green for help
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Aug 31, 2014 1:24 AM EDT
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Julian Green is set to join Hamburg on loan from Bayern Munich in a season-long move confirmed by his father, who said in a Tweet it would be be great for his son: "He will get time on the pitch!" The 19-year-old Green, HSV's fifth American, will join a club so steeped in Bundesliga tradition its nickname is "der Dinosaurier" but in serious trouble now of staying afloat and without a goal in its first two matches -- against this season's two promoted clubs.

  
Strikers and Rowdies pick up important wins 
[NASL: Fall Week 8] The Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' 2-0 win at first-place San Antonio on Friday may not be enough ...
Charleston clinches playoff berth, Rhinos move closer 
[USL PRO: Week 24] The Charleston Battery became the fifth team to clinch a USL PRO playoff berth when it ...
What They're Saying: Louis Van Gaal 
"The progress is there, but you have to win, a club like Manchester United have to win. When you have ...
Soccer on TV 
Seattle meets Kansas City in the NWSL final on Sunday. ... Sunday MLS clashes include rivalry matchups: Chivas USA-LA Galaxy ...
U.S. under-20 men's national team roster 
[BUENOS AIRES CAMP] U.S. under-20 men's national team head coach Tab Ramos named a 19-player roster for a training camp ...
Davis engineers stunning Houston win over Sporting KC 
[MLS: Week 25] The Houston Dynamo was not bothered by an 80-minute weather delay, stunning defending champion Sporting Kansas City ...
Prague-bound Garza and Corona get starts 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Joe Corona and Greg Garza, who will join the USA for its match at the Czech Republic on ...
Overflow crowd watches Cardinals triumph in new stadium 
[LOUISVILLE-MARYLAND: Men] Ken Lolla's 100th win at Louisville was a memorable one as the No. 9 Cardinals beat No. 5 ...
College soccer on the air 
[2014 SCHEDULE] The new Utah Valley men's program plays its first game Saturday when it hosts Massachusetts on NSCAATV. For ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Gaspar returns home as CJSA technical director
[YOUTH SOCCER] Dan Gaspar, who served as an assistant coach on Iran's 2014 World Cup team, is returning to his ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Twellman tops in study of six-year cycles
Edson Buddle is the eighth player to hit the century mark in MLS goals, but how does he stack up ...
College Soccer Reporter

College soccer on the air
[2014 SCHEDULE] The new Utah Valley men's program plays its first game Saturday when it hosts Massachusetts on NSCAATV. For ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Curt Onalfo: L.A. Galaxy builds bridge from youth to first team
One of the biggest challenges in U.S. player development is providing a highly competitive, professional environment for players who have ...
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Where others fear to tread: Soccer Moms sue FIFA
Maybe it doesn't sound like a big deal, this business of "soccer moms" suing FIFA over concussion injuries. Maybe it is something that the FIFA biggies can laugh off. At any rate, you know that's what they'll try to do.

"Hopefully, we'll have some kind of home-field advantage, which will help. They played in something like 160 degrees so we turned it down for them."

-- U.S. national team star Megan Rapinoe on the Seattle Reign FC, which will host FC Kansas City in Sunday's NWSL final, where the temperatures are expected to be in the lows 60s. Temperatures approached 160 on the field in Kansas City for the semifinals. (NWSLSoccer)