Soccer America Daily
Friday, April 12, 2013
  • Six reasons why the NWSL will make it

    [PREVIEW] What's to believe that the National Women's Soccer League, American soccer's third attempt at a women's pro league, will be any different than ... Read the whole story

  • Year 1 kicks off Saturday in Kansas

    [NWSL SCHEDULE: Week 1] The National Women's Soccer League kicks off its first season Saturday when FC Kansas City hosts Portland Thorns FC at ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "You steal from Guarani! Bastard! Shameless thief."

    "Bandits! Thieves! Stop thieving"

    "Thief! God is watching, you know."

    -- What Luciano Basilio, director of Brazilian club Guarani, said to refs at three different games, leading to disciplinary charges for "respect" violations. (The Guardian)

  • U.S. win sets up date with Honduras

    [CONCACAF UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP] Corey Baird's goal in the 49th minute was the difference as the USA defeated Guatemala, 1-0 to move into the quarterfinals ... Read the whole story

  • Dempsey scores first Spurs goals in almost 12 weeks

    [EUROPA LEAGUE] Clint Dempsey scored twice for Tottenham -- his first club goals since Jan. 27 -- but it was not enough as Spurs' ... Read the whole story

  • Snow forces Montreal-Columbus game to be pushed back

    [MLS SCHEDULE: Week 7] With accumulations of 6-9 inches predicted, along with the possibility of rainfall, through Saturday afternoon, the Montreal-Columbus game has been ... Read the whole story

  • Scorpions open new Toyota Field against Rowdies

    [NASL SCHEDULE: Week 2] The San Antonio Scorpions open their second season at home in their new stadium, Toyota Field, Saturday when they host ... Read the whole story

  • Pittsburgh set to open Highmark Stadium

    [USL PRO] USL PRO's newest soccer-specific stadium opens Saturday when the Pittsburgh Riverhounds host the Harrisburg City Islanders at Highmark Stadium in the shadow ... Read the whole story

  • Michael Bradley's locker-room 'English lessons'

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] U.S. midfielder Michael Bradley, who moved abroad at age 18, learned Dutch while at Heerenveen, German at Borussia Moenchengladbach, ... Read the whole story