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Home >Soccer America Daily > Sunday, May 4, 2014
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] The Chelsea-Atletico Madrid match in the UEFA Champions League semifinals attracted 627,000 viewers, setting a new soccer viewership record for Fox Sports 1. Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Chelsea's 2-0 victory over Liverpool on Sunday averaged 940,000 viewers on NBCSN, ranking as the most-watched early morning EPL match on U.S. television. Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff is among five reporters named to cover the World Cup for ESPN this summer. Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Univision named the team of sportscasters that will lead its coverage of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Pablo Ramirez, who has been Univision's lead play-by-play announcer since 2002, will return. Analysts include four former MLS players. Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] For the second straight World Cup, ESPN Radio will broadcast live all 64 World Cup games. Read the whole story
[MLS EXPANSION] Atlanta's entry into MLS is still three years away from playing its first game, but it has already received deposits on 9,092 season tickets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Read the whole story
[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Sacramento Republic FC's USL PRO record crowd of 20,231 fans for its first home game at Hughes Stadium was remarkable in that it was three times larger than the next largest crowd for a 2014 USL PRO opener. Read the whole story
[SOCCER BUSINESS] MLS's Colorado Rapids has partnered with Ciao Telecom as its uniform sponsor through 2018. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"On the soccer stadium as a whole, I'll say this: I'm not there yet. That said, I am open-minded. As I said in my State of the Borough address, with a good community-benefits agreement, with proper community engagement, I think we can get to a place where folks understand the economic benefits of the stadium. But those benefits have to be real and be felt. It can't just benefit the royal family of Abu Dhabi or the Yankees." -- Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., expressing concern about building a soccer stadium in the Bronx for New York City FC, ...More

Concacaf stays with Traffic Sports

[SOCCER BUSINESS] Concacaf has renewed its deal with Traffic Sports for the sponsorship rights to all of its properties. ...More



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