Soccer America Daily
Thursday, September 19, 2013
  • Galaxy shows off depth

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 4] Laboring through a crowded stretch of five games in 16 days, the Galaxy rested many starters yet still had ... Read the whole story

  • Messi goes toe-to-toe with Ronaldo

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 1] A day after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick, Lionel Messi matched him with three goals as Barcelona disposed ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "It's time for football clubs and players to step up and make a visible stand against homophobia in our national game. By wearing rainbow laces players will send a message of support to gay players and can begin to drag football into the 21st century."

    -- Laura Doughty, the deputy chief executive of gay rights organization Stonewall, which has sent rainbow-colored shoe laces to all professional clubs in England and encouraged players to don them during next weekend's games in support of a campaign to kick homophobia out of soccer. (The Guardian)

  • Assists for Williams, Lichaj and Ream in England

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Danny Williams, Eric Lichaj and Tim Ream, all former members on the U.S. national team now looking to resurrect their careers in ... Read the whole story

  • USA aims for first berth in knockout phase

    [BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUP] The USA looks to advance past the group stage for the first time at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, ... Read the whole story

  • AmaZulu pays for goalkeeper gaffe

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] In South African action, Bidvest Wits grabbed a stoppage time goal to tie AmaZulu, 1-1, thanks to keeper Tapuwa ... Read the whole story