Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
  • MLS boasts big crowd increase

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] MLS hit the 6 million mark for the first time in its 17-year history and set a regular-season attendance average record of … Read the whole story

  • MLS regular-season movers

    [BY THE NUMBERS] The San Jose Earthquakes, winners of the 2012 Supporters' Shield, led all teams with an increase in 29 points from its … Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Adam Chapman, like this good dad he is, was making his baby some milk and he managed to shake the bottle up and down, but he didn't put the lid back on properly. He burnt his chest and had to go to hospital for a check up. He's burnt all his nipple. It's an unusual injury, but he's managed to play the game."

    -- Oxford United coach Chris Wilder explains that striker Adam Chapman was able to help his team beat Wycombe, 3-1, despite burning his nipple on the eve of last Sunday's game. (BBC)

  • Scoring up for second straight season; Quakes on top

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] The goals-per-game average in the 2012 was 2.64 -- an increase over the 2011 average of 2.58 and the highest since 2008, … Read the whole story

  • Postseason kicks off Wednesday

    [MLS SCHEDULE: Playoffs] As many as 14 of the 15 MLS playoff games will air on national television, including two on NBC. The playoffs … Read the whole story

  • Spain dominates 2012 shortlist

    [BALLON D'OR: Breakdown] Spain leads all countries with seven players on the 23-player shortlist for the 2012 Ballon d'Or released by FIFA and France … Read the whole story

  • Poor penalty meets worse goalkeeping

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Penalty kicks at the U-17 Women's World cup provided a moment of levity, for those off the field, during … Read the whole story