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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, July 7, 2015
New York will host a ticker tape parade for the U.S. Women's World Cup championship team on Friday at 11 a.m. ET along the Canyon of Heroes, from the Battery to City Hall on Broadway. The U.S. women will be the first first female athletes so honored. Read the whole story
Is one of the greatest Italian players in history worth a reported $9 million over 18 months to MLS and New York City FC? We shall see. On Monday came official word that Andrea Pirlo is on the books of New York City FC. Read the whole story
While the total attendance of 1,353,506 for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada set a tournament record, the average of 26,029 fans a game was the lowest in 12 years. Read the whole story
BeIN Sports averaged more than 1.5 million total viewers on its two networks for the Argentina-Chile final at the Copa America. Read the whole story
Sporting Kansas City kept the top spot in Soccer America's MLS  Power Rankings after sitting out the weekend; solid wins by FC Dallas, the Galaxy and Portland moved them up the rankings. Read the whole story
The USA begins its Gold Cup title defense against a familiar foe, Honduras, in the second game of a doubleheader on Tuesday night at sold-out Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The Americans are on a roll, having won four straight games, while the Catrachos are struggling with a post-World Cup ... Read the whole story
The NASL has entered into a multiyear agreement with One World Sports to air an NASL game of the week -- NASL Wednesday Night Soccer -- as well as NASL This Week, a comprehensive highlight show, on Tuesday nights. Read the whole story
Here's the kind of ejection you don't see very often: Santos midfielder Geuvanio got a yellow card for lunging at a Gremio player and injured himself on the play. After treatment he pounced back on to the field and immediately played the ball. Problem was, he re-entered without permission, which ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer

"Our newest soccer champions represent an opportunity for New York to recognize that heroes and role models come in all genders." -- Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, writing New York Mayor Bill de Blasio to suggest the U.S. Women's World Cup championship team be honored with a parade in lower Manhattan. In her letter, she pointed out that there has never been a parade honoring a women's team. The U.S. women are being honored at L.A. Live on Tuesday morning. They are also expected to make a visit to the White House. (NBC New York) ...More

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Tuesday kicks off the Gold Cup with USA-Honduras. ...More


What They're Saying: English FA

"Our lionesses go back to being mothers, partners and daughters today, but they have taken on another title -- heroes." -- A tweet from the English FA after England finished third at the Women's World Cup. It was deleted after a storm of responses called it sexist. FA content editor James Callow apologized for causing offense but rejected accusations of sexism, saying it was intended "to sum up a nice moment when players are reunited with their families," and that he had written something similar when the men's cricket team returned from its championship. (Mirror) ...More


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