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MLS: Attendance averages

Team (home games) average Colorado (3) 28,642 MetroStars (4) 23,033 Los Angeles (4) 15,676 Columbus (4) 14,511 D.C. United (2) 13,896 Dallas (4) 13,808 Kansas City (2) 11,203 Chicago (1) 9,444 San Jose (2) 9,146 Leaguewide (26) 16,614
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MLS: Shootout package now available on cable

The MLS Shooutout package, which gives fans access to regional telecasts of MLS games, is now available through cable pay-per-view provider iN DEMAND. Previously in 2002, only small-dish owners -- DishNetwork and DirectTV -- had access to $49 (suggested retail price) package. Using the coming weekend as an example, Shootout Package buyers can see three MLS games -- Kansas City-Los ...
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SoccerAmerica.com gets a facelift!

Dear SoccerAmerica.com Visitor,

SoccerAmerica.com has had a facelift! We've transferred Soccer America Magazine's site to a new service, with a new host and new programming.

There are a number of improved features including increased speed, current news headlines on every page and a new search engine. There's also handier programming for the (Soccer) American Graffiti message board area.

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WUSA WEEK 3 WRAP: Dramatic victories put Charge, Courage on top

By Scott French

LATE WINNERS: There were dramatic finishes in three of the four games on Saturday, with Philadelphia and Carolina improving to 2-0-0 with late dead-ball goals. Neither team has yet played at home.

The Charge overcame New York, 2-1, on Kelly Smith's 89th-minute penalty kick. Power goalkeeper Saskia Webber, acquired from Philly last December, was red-carded ...
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Title: MLS WEEK 6 WRAP: Nowak goal highlights rain battle

By Ridge Mahoney

GAME OF GREAT GOALS: A cold, rainy night and a SafePlay field besmirched by football lines produced a pair of excellent goals as the Fire and Revs played to a 2-2 tie.

Peter Nowak tore through the Revs' defense on a 40-yard run before shooting low past Juergen Sommer and New England's Joey Franchino scored ...
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Ono, Dutch Treat

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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MarketPlace

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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What They're Saying

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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Media World

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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Short Passes

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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SoccerTalk: The MLS Gospel According to Garber

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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My View: Fresh Catch

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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Datebook

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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World Cup: Italy 1990

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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U.S. Listings

The U.S. under-17 national team is in first place in its group after two days of the Football International Solidarity Foundation Tournament in Gaeta, Italy.

The Americans opened with a 2-1 win over England Thursday thanks to goals from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jacob Peterson. Gonzalez, who is being courted by MLS and several foreign clubs, scored on a penalty. Peterson was ...
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