Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
  • World Cup Today: Wednesday

    [BRAZIL 2014] Adios, campeones. Spain, the greatest team of our era, crashed out of the World Cup after just six days as it fell ... Read the whole story

  • Meet John Brooks: 'I love this jersey'

    [VIDEO PICK: Profile] John Brooks, the 21-year-old defender who scored the gamewinner in the USA's 2-1 victory over Ghana, shares photos of his mom, ... Read the whole story

  • Spain is third straight European holder to exit early

    [MAKING A LIST: World Cup Defenses] Spain's exit in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup follows the early exits of defending European ... Read the whole story

  • Brazil-Mexico breaks Univision group stage record

    [SOCCER ON THE AIR] The Brazil-Mexico game on Univision was the most-viewed group stage match in the Spanish-language history with an average of 6.8 ... Read the whole story

  • The Swan Song

    [THE PITCH] Christen Press' Swedish career ended when Tyreso fell in heartbreaking fashion to defending champion Wolfsburg in the final of the UEFA Women's ... Read the whole story

  • De Vanna moves to Spirit, 12th club in her career

    [NWSL] The Washington Spirit today acquired Australian forward Lisa De Vanna from the Boston Breakers in exchange for Mexican defender Bianca Sierra and its ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2014 Television Schedule

    [DATEBOOK] The World Cup concludes with the Argentina-Germany final on Sunday (3 pm ET kickoff). Read the whole story

  • 503 Places to Watch the World Cup

    [BRAZIL 2014] Here are 503 places Soccer America readers recommend where you should watch the World Cup and enjoy all the excitement. They include ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Jose Mourinho

    "The fact that he's not even a Portuguese man, I think that should put even more pressure on him to behave in a certain way, which he didn't.”

    -- Jose Mourinho on Pepe getting red-carded in Portugal's 4-0 loss to Germany. The Portuguese Mourinho, currently coach of Chelsea, coached Pepe at Real Madrid. Pepe is a Brazilian who moved to Portugal at age 18 in 2001 and became a Portuguese citizen in in 2007. (Telegraph)