• Recalling Davidson College's remarkable College Cup team of 1992
    A quarter-century ago, Davidson College's men's soccer team -- coached by Charlie Slagle -- made the national semifinals, the first and only Division I final four berth in school history, qualifying for an event that was being held, remarkably, in Davidson, at Davidson, on campus on the field at Richardson Stadium.
  • FIFA ends Kuwait's suspension for political meddling
    FIFA announced it was lifting its suspension of Kuwait, after the Gulf state's parliament adopted a law meant to end government interference in the sport.
  • Tim Cahill quits A-League team Melbourne City
    Australia forward Tim Cahill has quit A-League team Melbourne City and will seek a new home to boost his chances of playing at a fourth successive World Cup.
  • Jupp Heynckes: Bayern Munich has potential to win Champions League
    Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes said he believes his team's 3-1 Champions League win over Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday proves Bayern can lift the trophy.
  • How Colorado became an unlikely hotbed for U.S. women's soccer development
    Reporter Richard Farley: That Denver is experiencing a boom of girls soccer talent has become undisputed. What's disputed is why.
  • Atletico Madrid captain Gabi: 'The Europa League is a piece of crap'
    Atletico Madrid is headed to the Europa League after elimination from the UEFA Champions League.
  • Honduras seeks to get Figueroa and Elis cleared for first leg of playoff
    Honduras should hear shortly whether two suspended players, MLS players Maynor Figueroa and Alberth Elis, can face Australia in the first leg of their World Cup 2018 qualifying playoff.
  • England calls up trio of uncapped players for friendlies
    Uncapped Tammy Abraham, Joe Gomez and Ruben Loftus-Cheek were called up for England's friendlies against Germany and Brazil.
  • Evra gets boot for lifting boot at Marseille fans
    Former French national team captain Patrice Evra was red carded before Marseille's Europa League match at Vitoria Guimaraes after he was seen aiming a kick at Marseille supporters.
  • Dortmund slumps to another draw against APOEL Nicosia
    Last season, Christian Pulisic's Borussia Dortmund reached the quarterfinals. This season it is on the verge of elimination from the Champions League in the group stage after a 1-1 draw at home against APOEL Nicosia, its second against the Cypriot club after defeats to Tottenham and Real Madrid.
  • Aguero sets Manchester City record with 178th career goal in win over Napoli
    Sergio Aguero became Manchester City's all-time top scorer with the winning goal -- his 178th goal for City -- in a 4-2 victory at Napoli that moved it into the Champions League knockout stage after only four games.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo plays down talk of Real Madrid crisis
    After Real Madrid lost 3-1 to Tottenham in its first trip to Wembley Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo insisted Spurs didn't deserve to win and Real Madrid will turn itself around after a terrible start to the season.
  • UCL: Man United remains perfect with win over Benfica
    Manchester United's fourth straight Champions League win, 2-0, over Benfica, leaves it one point from advancing to the knockout stage. Man United went ahead on a 45th minute Mile Svilar own goal and Daley Blind converted a 78th minute penalty kick.
  • UCL: Defender hat trick sends Paris SG into knockout stage
    Frenchman Layvin Kurzawa became the first defender in modern UEFA Champions League history to score a hat trick as Paris Saint-Germain cruised to a 5-0 win over Belgian champion Anderlecht to clinch a spot in the knockout stage.
  • Bayern wins sixth straight game since Coach Jupp Heynckes return
    Bayern Munich won its sixth straight game since the return of Coach Jupp Heynckes. The 2-1 win over Glasgow Rangers sends Bayern into the UEFA Champions League round of 16.
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