Soccer America Daily
Monday, September 24, 2018
  • MLS Focus: Philadelphia heads to Open Cup final after picking up two biggest wins of season

    The Union followed up on its 1-0 victory at Seattle with a 2-0 win over Sporting KC despite resting nine starters. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: U.S. Crowds (September 17-23)

    ATT.  RANK MATCH (COMPETITION)
    72,017 (1) Atlanta United vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS)
    39,536 (2) Seattle vs. Philadelphia (MLS)
    25,503 (3) LA Galaxy vs. Seattle (MLS)
    24,525 (4) Minn. United vs. Portland (MLS)
    24,388 (5) New England vs. Chicago (MLS)
    23,723 (6) Orlando City vs. Houston (MLS)
    22,000 (7) LAFC vs. San Jose (MLS)
    21,190 (8) Vancouver vs. FC Dallas (MLS)
    21,144 (9) Portland vs. Columbus (MLS)
    21,144 (9) Portland vs. NC Courage (NWSL final)
    Announced figures.

  • Watch: A Christian Pulisic Top 20

    Borussia Dortmund, upon its American star turning 20 last week, compiled this montage, starting with his U-17 German championship win. Read the whole story

  • Results: MLS, Week 30

    Sunday, September 23
    Philadelphia 2 Sporting KC 0.
    (Simpson 71, 89. Att.: 15,080.)
    LA Galaxy 3 Seattle 0.
    (Ibrahimovic pen. 9, Kamara 40, Boateng 52. Att.: 25,503.)
    Vancouver 1 FC Dallas 2.
    (Kamara 66; Mosquera 42, Hedges 87. Att.: 21,190.)

  • Results: USL, Week 28

    Sunday, September 23
    OKC Energy FC 0 Sac Republic FC 0.
    (Att.: 6,084.)

  • U.S. Open Cup: Former champions open qualifying with shutout victories

    The New York Pancyprian Freedoms and Ukrainian Nationals were among 36 first-round winners. Read the whole story

  • Romain Gall scores ninth goal of Swedish Allsvenskan season

    The former U.S. U-20 scored one goal and added an assist as champion Malmo beat Kalmar, 4-0, for its eighth straight win. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Sunday)

    Belgium Kenny Saief, Anderlecht, sub-26 minutes (2-1 vs. Standard Liege)
    Germany Julian Green, Greuther Fuerth/D2, 90 minutes (0-2 at Heidenheim)
    -- Joe Gyau, Duisburg/D2, sub-20 minutes (1-2 vs. Erzgebirge Aue)
    Spain Shaq Moore, Reus, 90 minutes (1-1 at Gimnastic Tarragona)

  • College Women: Boston College is off to its best start ever after Florida State win

    No. 2 Virginia's 1-0 overtime loss to Clemson on Thursday left BC as the only unbeaten and untied team in the ACC. Read the whole story

  • College Men: Unbeaten NCAA Division I teams

    St. Mary's (9-0-0)
    Wake Forest (8-0-0)
    Denver (7-0-1)
    Michigan State (7-0-2)
    Kentucky (6-0-1)
    Wright State (6-0-1)
    Portland (6-0-2)
    Missouri State (5-0-2)
    Virginia (4-0-2)
    Xavier (3-0-4)