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MLS Closeup: Three steps Revs need to take 
The New England Revolution's decision to fire Jay Heaps and seek a new head coach was confirmed on Tuesday. Owners ...
Long-serving Tab Ramos renews with U.S. Soccer 
Hall of Famer Tab Ramos, who was one of the USA's longest-serving players, is becoming one of the national team's ...
Teen McKennie makes first Bundesliga start against Bayern 
A little more than a year after leaving his home in Dallas, 19-year-old Weston McKennie made his first Bundesliga start ...
Primer: What NASL's suit against U.S. Soccer is all about 
Less than three weeks after U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted to not sanction it as a Division 2 league ...
NASL files Federal antitrust suit against U.S. Soccer  
Less than three weeks after U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted to not sanction it as a Division 2 league ...
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Primer: What NASL's suit against U.S. Soccer is all about
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Sep 20, 2017 3:49 AM EDT
Photo Less than three weeks after U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted to not sanction it as a Division 2 league for 2018, the North American Soccer League filed a Federal antitrust lawsuit against the federation in Brooklyn. For a look at the case, what has happened to the NASL to get to this point and the complicated history of soccer litigation.  
By the Numbers: Red Bulls seek elusive trophy 
The New York Red Bulls, who face Sporting KC in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final on Wednesday, are ...
What They're Saying: Sam Kerr 
"Not shaking hands, it's not an Australian thing but I'm not really going to comment on it because it's not ...
MLS Closeup: FC Dallas needs immediate reversal 
It's not unusual for the eventual MLS Cup champion to scratch its way through a rough patch on its way ...
Soccer on TV 
On Wednesday Atlanta United welcomes the L.A. Galaxy to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Sporting Kansas City hosts the Red Bulls in ...
USWNT shows off its attacking firepower in Cincinnati 
The U.S. women's national team put on one of its best performances of the year, showing off the depth and ...
USWNT: More than 30,000 fans expected in Cincinnati 
Cincinnati a big soccer town? Two years ago, no one would have said that. But after the success of the ...
Video Pick: Dog interviewed after field invasion  
It was not your ordinary doggie field invasion, the interruption of a San Lorenzo-Arsenal Argentine Superliga game. This pooch didn't ...
Hamburg SV investor Kuehne to withdraw support  
Klaus-Michael Kuehne, the billionaire businessman behind Hamburger SV, has said he cannot continue to finance the club in the current ...
Manuel Neuer out injured until January 
Germany and Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will be out until January after surgery on his left foot, which he ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


U.S. U-16 girls rebound to rout Germany
The U.S. U-16 girls national team, coached by Kacey White, beat Germany in Wildeshausen, Germany, 4-0, two days after losing ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Jesse Marsch makes Open Cup priority for Red Bulls, desperate to break trophy drought
As the only original member of MLS not to win a league title nor a U.S. Open Cup, the Red ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA All-Americans: Junior College Division III
Richland sophomore Mikkel Rohde and Diablo Valley sophomore Katie McLaughlin were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division III Men's ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Long-serving Tab Ramos renews with U.S. Soccer
Hall of Famer Tab Ramos, who was one of the USA's longest-serving players, is becoming one of the national team's ...
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"Our goal is to reach one billion in France in 2019."

-- FIFA president Gianni Infantino, on hand for the official launch of the 2019 Women's World Cup countdown in France, on the tournament shattering the Women's World Cup record for most television viewers. (AP)