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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, July 29, 2009
The U.S. under-20 men's national team beat Argentine club CA Tiro Federal, 2-0, and defeated Uruguay in a shootout in its first two games at the Copa Ciudad de Rosario in Argentina. Read the whole story
The USA dropped a 2-1 decision to Denmark in its opening game of the U-18 Elite division at the 2009 Milk Cup in Northern Ireland. A goal by Virginia-bound Will Bates was all the Americans could muster after conceding two goals to the Danes in the first half hour of ... Read the whole story
Teams from eight different states claimed boys titles at U.S. Club Soccer's National Cup VIII Finals at the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex in Virginia Beach, Va. North Carolina's Jamestown SC Jammers Gold was the only club with multiple teams playing in Tuesday's championship. Read the whole story
The U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships will be played in Kansas for the first time when the 2010 championships will be held in Overland, Park, Kan., following regional play at sites in Barboursville, W.Va., Beavercreek, Ohio, Baton Rouge, La., and Albuquerque, N.M. For all the 2010 venues and dates ... Read the whole story
U.S. Soccer's annual under-14 girls identification camp has kicked off at Cal Poly Pomona in Pomona, Calif., with 101 under-14 girls gathered for a week of training and games at the camp headed by U.S. Soccer national staff coach Mike Dickey. For almost all the players, this is their first ... Read the whole story


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"We had to change routine and now just say 'hello' to each other, run past each other, but we don't shake hands." -- Terje Lund, deputy chief of the Norway Cup, which banned the shaking of fans because of concerns about the H1N1 flu outbreak. An African player came down with H1N1 flu, and four other participants were also suspected of carrying the virus. The youth tournament features 30,000 players. (Reuters) ...More


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