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Spain: Costa, Mata in, Casillas, Fabregas, Pedro out 
New Spain coach Julen Lopetegui's first squad includes a numbers of changes. Former captain Iker Casillas and Chelsea players Cesc ...
Bayern, a dead certainty to lift the Meisterschale, again 
One game into the 2016-17 Bundesliga season, Bayern Munich looks unstoppable, a dead certainty to lift the Meisterschale for a ...
Soccer on TV 
.All the major leagues are in action Saturday. Among those games on the docket are Juventus-Lazio and Napoli-AC Milan (Serie ...
Crowd Count: Arkansas breaks mark for win over No. 2 Duke 
Arkansas drew a record crowd of 3,010 fans at Razorback Field that was rewarded with a 2-1 win over No. ...
College Women: Cougars Hatch plot to down Penn State 
BYU struggled for goals in its first two games, splitting against Washington State and Nebraska, but Ashley Hatch scored a ...
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Bundesliga 2016-17: Half the teams have a U.S. player
by Mike Woitalla on Friday, Aug 26, 2016 2:50 AM EDT
Photo From age 17 to 28, from newly promoted RB Leipzig to four-time defending champion Bayern Munich, half of the 18 Bundesliga teams have a U.S. player in their squad for the 2016-17 season, which kicks off Friday.  
Canada: No Johnson for critical qualifiers 
Canada's team for World Cup 2018 qualifiers against Honduras (Sept. 2 in San Pedro Sula) and El Salvador (Sept. 6 ...
The 21 U.S. girls aiming to make history  
The USA has won three Women's World Cups, four Olympic titles, and three U-20 Women's World Cups. The only world ...
UEFA caves in -- awards top leagues four automatic UCL berths 
The threat of a breakaway "super league" has been forestalled, at least for now, as UEFA agreed to allow Europe's ...
U.S. Abroad: Johansson returns in crushing Bremen defeat 
Aron Johannsson returned to action in the Bundesliga for the first time in 11 months, starting for Werder Bremen in ...
USA names roster for U-17 Women's World Cup  
Coach B.J. Snow has named the USA's 21-player roster for the 2016 U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan Sept. 30-Oct. ...
Mallory Pugh returns to U-20s  
Mallory Pugh, the 18-year-old attacker who played in three games at the Rio Olympics and scored in a 2-2 tie ...
Pep: Hart is one of three keepers fighting for City backup job 
New Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says incumbent keeper Joe Hart, England's No. 1, can stay but will be in ...
Thierry Henry joins Belgium as Martinez's assistant coach 
Thierry Henry's first senior coaching job will be as assistant to Spaniard Roberto Martinez, who replaced Marc Wilmots as Belgium's ...
NWSL: Olympians back in fold, mostly 
Off for 26 days because of the Olympics -- except for one make-up game -- the NWSL resumes play this ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Mallory Pugh returns to U-20s
Mallory Pugh, the 18-year-old attacker who played in three games at the Rio Olympics and scored in a 2-2 tie ...
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Ridge Mahoney


Struggles of MLS Cup finalists are to be expected for smaller-market teams
Portland and Columbus defied the odds -- and economic reality -- by reaching the MLS championship game last year. Their ...
College Soccer Reporter

Crowd Count: South Carolina-Clemson draws 6,892 in Columbia
No. 6 Clemson, the 2015 NCAA Division I men's runner-up, opened its 2016 campaign with a 2-1 win at South ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


The 21 U.S. girls aiming to make history
The USA has won three Women's World Cups, four Olympic titles, and three U-20 Women's World Cups. The only world ...
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The truly Greek Olympic final: Apollo vs. Dionysus
So the men's Olympic final comes down to this: Apollo vs. Dionysus. Apollo, god of reason and logic (that's the methodical Germans, you see), and Dionysus, god of emotions and instincts (and that's the free-styling Brazilians).

"It's about someone’s livelihood. It’s about their career. Irrelevant of what the decision is and who made the decision, it’s somebody’s life and somebody’s career. As a human being, getting the information that Hope got yesterday, I’m sure it was devastating for her. I’m trying to be mindful of that more than anything.”

-- Seattle Reign coach Laura Harvey, who was unsure about the return of star keeper Hope Solo for Saturday's NWSL game against Portland. Solo's contract with the U.S. national team was terminated on Wednesday, but she is free to play in the NWSL. (Seattle Times)