1. US Youth Soccer named Drew Hiatt as its chief member services officer
to oversee its day-to-day soccer operations, including all
programming and events for regional and national competitions and recreational players. Hiatt has spent the majority of his professional career leading the Utah Youth Soccer Association as its CEO. 2. Liga MX Femenil, Mexico's national women's league, will allow teams
to sign and play up to six Mexican-American players.
Up until now, the league has been restricted to Mexican-born players. Another change for the 2019-20 season: teams will be allowed to sign and play up to six players (up from two) who aren't under-23.
3. A 1994 World Cup 25th reunion will be held at the Rose Bowl
in Pasadena, California on July 27-28. The event
will include a luncheon and soccer game on July 28 at the Rose Bowl, site of the 1994 World Cup final.