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On Saturday London rivals West Ham and Tottenham square off and there's a Bundesliga battle between Dortmund and Monchengladbach.
'Courageous' Wolfsburg denies Bayern Munich in Schmidt's debut 
Wolfsburg recovered from 2-0 down at the half to tie Bayern Munich and deny the defending Bundesliga champions the top ...
Ligue 1: Bielsa's Lille hammered at home 
Lille's struggles continued under new coach Marcelo Bielsa as it fell to defending champion Monaco, 4-0. Lille, the youngest team ...
Wynalda confirms he will duel with Gulati for U.S. Soccer presidency 
The potential field of challengers for U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati is getting a bit crowded and the star power ...
FIFA's Best Player women's finalists aren't all the best 
FIFA's Women's Player of the Year awards have always been a subject of controversy, but nothing like in 2017 as ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
MLS's greatest scoring race ever heats up
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Sep 22, 2017 3:40 AM EDT
Photo Recent tears by Diego Valeri (goals in an MLS record eight straight games) and Josef Martinez (back-to-back hat tricks) have tightened what is shaping up as MLS's greatest scoring race in history. David Villa still leads the race with Nemanja Nikolic tied for second, but only two goals separate the top five scorers.  
Barron Trump plays for D.C. United in Development Academy 
Barron Trump, son of President Donald Trump and Melania Trump, is playing in U.S. Soccer's Development Academy. Barron moved to ...
John Hackworth: 'Josh Sargent faces incredible challenge'  
Not since Freddy Adu in 2003 has an American player entered the biennial U-17 World Cup under the kind of ...
Watch: Bayern goalkeeper blunder 
Borussia Dortmund has a chance to extend its lead atop the Bundesliga when Christian Pulisic and Co., host Borussia Moenchengladbach ...
Referee suspended for missing red card in USL game 
Expansion Reno 1868 set a USL record for most goals in a season -- 63 in only 28 games -- ...
The long and winding path of Arturo Alvarez from Project-40 player to international 
Born and raised in Houston, the Chicago Fire's Arturo Alvarez can look back on a 15-year professional career that started ...
Meet the USA's U-17 World Cup players 
The USA did poorly at the last U-17 World Cup, failing to reach the second round in 2015, but that ...
Soccer America Classifieds  
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
What They're Saying: Hope Solo 
"I want to reiterate my regret for the comments I made after our loss to Sweden at the Rio Games. ...
MLS's greatest scoring race ever heats up 
Recent tears by Diego Valeri (goals in an MLS record eight straight games) and Josef Martinez (back-to-back hat tricks) have ...
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


The long and winding path of Arturo Alvarez from Project-40 player to international
Born and raised in Houston, the Chicago Fire's Arturo Alvarez can look back on a 15-year professional career that started ...
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


John Hackworth: 'Josh Sargent faces incredible challenge'
Not since Freddy Adu in 2003 has an American player entered the biennial U-17 World Cup under the kind of ...
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Rugby, not soccer, pursues promising concussion test
I am being reluctantly forced to the opinion that official soccer's attitude to concussions entails the utmost cynicism.

"I want to reiterate my regret for the comments I made after our loss to Sweden at the Rio Games. As I expressed in my apology to the Swedish captain immediately following the match, I have tremendous respect for the Swedish team, and in describing the style of play, I used a choice of words that was both offensive and not at all what I had intended to convey."

-- Hope Solo, issuing a statement that she had "amicably" resolved her grievance with U.S. Soccer after it suspended her from the U.S. women's national team and terminated her contract after the 2016 Olympics for calling Sweden "a bunch of cowards" after the quarterfinal loss and for past incidents. (San Francisco Chronicle)