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PSG's unbeaten streak reaches 21 games 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice in four minutes to lead Paris St. Germain past Lyon, 3-0, in the French Cup quarterfinals. ...
U.S. Abroad: Bedoya does it again for Nantes 
In France, they call it "la magie de la Coupe" ("cup magic"). CF2 (fifth division) club Granville, which won in ...
Liverpool caves in to fan pressure 
Fenway Sports Group announced on Wednesday that it was backing down from its plans to increase ticket prices at Liverpool ...
Video Pick: Back-heel Golazo of the Week 
VfL Bochum's Tim Hoogland has his back to SC Freiburg's goal when teammate Timo Perthel unleashes a low hard shot ...
Chicago Fire's Paunovic is counting on new youngsters 
A major makeover of the Fire under head coach Veljko Paunovic and general manager Nelson Rodriguez is underway in Florida, ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
New-look U.S. women seek Olympic ticket
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Feb 9, 2016 11:17 PM EST
Photo The USA hosts Concacaf Olympic women's qualifying for the first time in the eight-team tournament that begins Wednesday when it hosts Costa Rica in Frisco, Texas (Streaming: 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC Live Extra). Olympic qualifying will be the first competitive test of the national team since the retirements of long-time leaders Abby Wambach and Lauren Holiday and the knee injury to its most creative player, Megan Rapinoe.  
New-look U.S. women seek Olympic ticket 
The USA hosts Concacaf Olympic women's qualifying for the first time in the eight-team tournament that begins Wednesday when it ...
U.S. Soccer wins procedural round in women's suit 
Lawyers for U.S. Soccer and the United States Women's National Soccer Team Players Association met in Federal court for the ...
USL: Charleston Battery sold to local company 
The Charleston Battery, one of the oldest clubs in the USL and the first U.S. pro club to build its ...
Klinsmann: 'We had a couple surprises' 
In contrast to 2015 when he criticized the fitness levels of some of his players and their lack of the ...
Soccer on TV 
The USA women open their Olympic qualifying campaign against Costa Rica and Mexico plays Senegal in a friendly on Wednesday.
What They're Saying: Hope Solo 
"I would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. I don't know when that day will come for ...
MLS player tracker with complete rosters (Feb. 9) 
In a bid to replace Matt Miazga, who was sold to Chelsea, the New York Red Bulls acquired Ghanaian central ...
What They're Saying: Will Ferrell 
"I'm going to be cold and distant, and show up at very inopportune times, and shout, berate players in the ...
Messi likely out of Copa del Rey semifinal 
Lionel Messi will likely be rested from Wednesday's Copa del Rey semifinals at Valencia after undergoing a procedure to treat ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Development Academy adds 56 Clubs for U-12 Division
Fifty-six clubs will join the U.S. Soccer Development Academy at the U-12 level, which the DA will launch for the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Chicago Fire's Paunovic is counting on new youngsters
A major makeover of the Fire under head coach Veljko Paunovic and general manager Nelson Rodriguez is underway in Florida, ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA names NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams
NCAA Division I runner-up Clemson led all teams with four players on the NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams announced ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Dutchman completes U.S. Soccer's slate of coaches on boys side
U.S. Soccer has appointed Dave van den Bergh, who came to the USA from his native Netherlands in 2006 to ...
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"I would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. I don't know when that day will come for [husband] Jerramy [Stevens] and me, but I personally reserve my right to have a healthy baby. No athlete competing in Rio should be faced with this dilemma. Female professional athletes already face many different considerations and have to make choices that male professional athletes don't."

-- U.S. star Hope Solo, who said if she had to make the choice today, she would not go to the Olympics because of concerns about the Zika virus that has been linked to microcephaly in newborn babies in Brazil. (SI.com)