Soccer America Daily
Friday, March 15, 2019
  • Beckham's Inter Miami presents Plan F -- starting out in Fort Lauderdale

    The history of MLS stadium projects tells us it's always wise to have a Plan B. In Miami, they're long past that contingency. Read the whole story

  • Sporting Kansas City staves off a sweep of MLS clubs in quarterfinals

    CAI keeper Jose Guerra used every part of his body, including his face, to keep SKC at bay until late in the second leg. Read the whole story

  • Record Book: MLS in CCL quarterfinals

    2010: 0-1
    2011: 1-1 (Real Salt Lake b. Columbus Crew)
    2012: 1-2 (Toronto FC b. LA Galaxy)
    2013: 2-1 (LA Galaxy b. Herediano, Seattle Sounders b. Tigres)
    2014: 0-3
    2015: 1-1 (Montreal Impact b. Pachuca)
    2016: 0-4
    2017: 2-1 (Vancouver Whitecaps b. NY Red Bulls, FC Dallas b. Arabe Unido)
    2018: 2-1 (Toronto FC b. Tigres, NY Red Bulls b. Tijuana)
    2019: 1-3 (Sporting KC b. CAI)
    Overall: 10-19.

  • Watch: Leaping Nelson Valdez score with a back heel in the Copa Libertadores

    Valdez, who won an MLS title with the Seattle Sounders in 2016, is now playing in his native Paraguay for Cerro Porteno. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Alex Morgan

    "This isn't just about us; It's about women in all industries. Women fight for equality every single day. Our hope is that we not only set up ourselves, we set up the next generation as well."

    -- U.S. women's national team star Alex Morgan on the gender discrimination lawsuit she and 27 teammates filed against U.S. Soccer. (ProSoccerUSA)

  • Watch: Liverpool duo take best friend test

    Sadio Mane and Naby Keita share charming and funny tales of their friendship dating back to their time at Red Bull Salzburg. Read the whole story

  • Calendar: Major League Soccer (Week 3)

    Saturday, March 16
    Chicago vs. Seattle 1 pm. (ESPN+)
    Columbus vs. FC Dallas 2 pm. (ESPN+)
    Houston vs. Vancouver 3 pm. (ESPN+)
    NY Red Bulls vs. San Jose 3:30 pm. (Univision/UDN)
    Orlando City vs. Montreal 4 pm. (ESPN+)
    D.C. United vs. Real Salt Lake 8 pm. (ESPN+)
    LA Galaxy vs. Minnesota United 10:30 pm. (ESPN+)
    Sunday, March 17
    NYCFC vs. LAFC 3 pm. (FS1/Fox Deportes)
    FC Cincinnati vs. Portland 5 pm. (FS1/Fox Deportes)
    Atlanta United vs. Philadelphia 7 pm. (ESPN+)
    Toronto  FC vs. New England 7:30 pm. (ESPN+)
    Colorado vs. Sporting KC 9 pm. (ESPN+)
    Note: All times ET.