Soccer America Daily
Thursday, March 22, 2018
  • Calendar: MLS, Week 4

    Saturday, March 24
    New England vs. New York City FC, 1:30 p.m.
    (Int'l callups: NE -- Nemeth; NYC -- Ring, Wallace.)
    FC Dallas vs. Portland, 3:30 p.m. (Univision, UDN, Twitter)
    (Int'l callups: DAL -- Akindele; POR -- Guzman, Polo.)
    Columbus vs. D.C. United, 6 p.m.
    (Int'l callups: CLB -- Steffen, Trapp; DC -- Fisher, Kelly, Miranda, Segura, Stieber).
    NY Red Bulls vs. Minn. United, 7 p.m.
    (Int'l callups: NY -- Adams, Escobar, Murillo, Lawrence; MIN -- Boxall, Calvo, Schuller.)
    Colorado vs. Sporting KC, 9 p.m.
    (Int'l callups: SKC -- Salloi)
    Vancouver vs. LA Galaxy, 10 p.m.
    (Int'l callups: VAN -- Waston; LA -- Kamara, Klimenta.)
    All times ET.

  • U.S. Abroad: Murphy's Montpellier loses in UEFA Women's Champions League

    The former U.S. U-20 keeper passed on playing in the NWSL out of Rutgers to sign in January with the French club. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Landon Donovan

    "It's a new place, a new situation, a new league, a new style, a new coach, new players. Everything is new and different. It feels different and exciting. I'm just doing it from a place of wanting to help versus feeling like it's my obligation. That mindset, coupled with knowing that there are a hundred thousand other jobs that I could have to work in my life, allowed me to really enjoy this. And I really enjoy it."

    -- Landon Donovan on why he says he has rediscovered his joy for soccer at Mexican club Leon after coming out of retirement for the second time in 16 months. (Los Angeles Times)

  • Calendar: NWSL, Week 1

    Saturday, March 24
    NC Courage vs. Portland, 3:30 pm (Lifetime)
    Orlando vs. Utah, 7:30 pm
    Seattle vs. Washington, 10 pm
    Sunday, March 25
    Houston vs. Chicago, 5 pm
    All times ET.
    Bye: Sky Blue FC.

  • NWSL's 10 biggest offseason moves

    The NWSL saw unprecedented activity with five current U.S. national team players, plus the league's 2017 MVP, involved in trades. Read the whole story

  • Two steps forward, one step back for NWSL after challenging offseason

    After five years of small but steady growth, the NWSL suffered its first major setback when the Boston Breakers folded in late January. Read the whole story

  • Watch: How it feels to get the first national team call-up

    Tim Weah and four other players in U.S. camp for Tuesday's friendly recount that wonderful news. Read the whole story

  • Making a case for soccer nonsense

    Trapped in my New York apartment. An exaggeration. But it is snowing quite hard. And this is the third week of March. Read the whole story