The Americans rode out a mediocre first half before capitalizing on a player advantage to beat Colombia, 2-0, in the round of 16 at … Read the whole story
The USA lost midfielders Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday for Friday's quarterfinal against China when French referee Stephanie Frappart issued them yellow cards -- … Read the whole story
The USA advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over Colombia, which stifled the heavily favored Americans until its keeper was red-carded in … Read the whole story
England won for the first time in four appearances in the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup when it rallied to beat Norway, … Read the whole story
The San Jose duo of Sanna Nyassi and Matias Perez Garcia, Dillon Serna (Colorado), Donny Toia (Montreal) and Gyasi Zardes (Los Angeles) provide Week … Read the whole story
Despite losing to a very late goal at Real Salt Lake, Sporting KC remains atop Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings. D.C. United rallied to … Read the whole story
The Red Bulls look to change things up as they've hit their first skid under new coach Jesse Marsch. Real Salt Lake's "hungry" play … Read the whole story
How bad is United Passions, the movie about FIFA estimated to have cost $30 million? It grossed $918 on its opening weekend -- June … Read the whole story
"If she [Jill Ellis] is pleased with the way we played tonight then, what the hell is she doing coaching our U.S. team?"
-- Michelle Akers, who won two world championships with the USA, after the USA's 2-0 over Colombia moved it into the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup. (SiriusXM FC)
"I think in the game. Other than the red card. That was never in the dream."
-- Catalina Perez, the University of Miami redshirt keeper, on whether she played better in Colombia's 2-0 loss to the USA on Monday night or in her daydreams about facing the USA she said before the game she had thousands of times. Starting her first game of the World Cup, she was red carded early in the first half after keeping the USA scoreless in the first half. (Los Angeles Times)
If you watched the final round of group games at the 2015 Copa America this weekend, then you might have heard that CONMEBOL upped … Read the whole story