Soccer America Daily
Friday, June 25, 2010
  • How USA can overcome the Ghana challenge

    [USA-GHANA] A spot in the quarterfinals is at stake on Saturday. The Americans reached that stage in 2002, but to get there they must ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Earlier today President Obama called the U.S. Men’s World Cup Soccer team. The President congratulated them on their extraordinary victory and told them that while he was meeting with General Petraeus in the Oval Office, he could hear the rest of the West Wing erupt when Landon Donovan scored the game winner. The President then congratulated Donovan on the game-winning goal, asked Tim Howard how his ribs were feeling and asked Clint Dempsey how his lip was doing. The President wished the team good luck on Saturday and made sure they knew that the entire country was cheering them on."

    -- A White House statement on President Barack Obama's phone call to the U.S. national team on Thursday. (

  • Viewership records set by USA-Algeria

    [TELEVISION WATCH] Wednesday's broadcast of the USA-Algeria game on ESPN was the the highest-rated and most-watched soccer game in the history of ESPN networks. ... Read the whole story

  • Webcast shatters record for sports event

    [ONLINE WATCH] The USA-Algeria game on drew the largest U.S. audience ever for a sports event on the web -- 1.1 million unique ... Read the whole story

  • Japan flair joins Dutch efficiency in knockout phase

    [GROUP E] The favored Netherlands closed out group play with maximum points by rallying to beat Cameroon, 2-1, while Japan advanced for only the ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2010 in brief

    [SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven ... Read the whole story

  • Where to watch all the action

    [WORLD CUP VIEWING] Soccer America's list of soccer viewing establishments where you might be able to catch the World Cup games now numbers in ... Read the whole story