Soccer America Daily
Sunday, April 14, 2019
  • Unbeaten Sounders are winning with creativity and pace -- and now depth provided by Will Bruin

    Known for its slow starts, Seattle has rewritten the script in 2019, getting off to its best start in 11 MLS seasons. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer (Week 7)

    Saturday, April 13
    Montreal 1 Columbus 0. (Novillo 55. Att.: 18,634.)
    Houston 2 San Jose 1 (Elis 52, Martinez 60; Yueill 56. Att.: 14,476.)
    Seattle 3 Toronto FC 2. (Bruin 24, 66, Roldan 68; Altidore 11, 70. Att.: 37,722.)
    Minn. United 3 NYCFC 3. (Alonso 13, Rodriguez 20, own goal 32; Castellanos 16, 18, Tajouri-Shradi 64. Att.: 19,796.)
    New England 0 Atlanta United 2. (Barco 29, 49. Att.: 15,016.)
    FC Dallas 2 Portland 1. (Ferreira 9, Ziegler pen. 60; Paredes 67. Att.: 14,376.)
    Real Salt Lake 2 Orlando City 1. (Johnson, 17, Kreilach 55; Nani 81. Att.: 16,770.)
    Colorado 2 D.C. United 3. (Feilhaber 11, Kamara 66; Acosta 35, Durkin 38, Rodriguez 43. Att.: 15,094.)
    LA Galaxy 2 Philadelphia 0. (Ibrahimovic 27, pen. 36. Att.: 24,053.)
    LAFC 2 FC Cincinnati 0. (Kaye 32, Vela 90+3. Att. 22,323.)
    Results: Tuesday-Friday

  • After special day, Minnesota United's Heath is glad to get stadium opener out of the way

    Minnesota United gave fans at Saturday's opening of Allianz Field everything they wanted -- except three points. Read the whole story

  • Watch: A big goalkeeper blooper from a misplayed back pass

    Minnesota United's first game in its new stadium delivered a thrilling 3-3 tie that included this mishap from NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Martin Smith

    "The week in Anguilla was an eye-opener. We were getting police escorts to the games, we had stands full of people, and I had friends back in the UK who were watching it being live-streamed. It was quite bizarre when we played the Turks and Caicos because we sung our national anthem, God Save the Queen, then they sung theirs and it was God Save the Queen as well."

    -- English plumber Martin Smith, who says he's still pinching himself after being called up at the age of 49 to serve as the backup goalkeeper for the British Virgin Islands for their Concacaf Nations League qualifiers against Bonaire and the Turks & Caicos Islands played in Anguilla. He says he had not played a competitive game in 15-20 years but was called up to replace the injured backup keeper after being spotted by BVI players playing on the island of Mosquito. (BBC Sport)

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Saturday)

    England Cameron Carter-Vickers, Swansea City/D2, 90 minutes (0-4 at QPR)
    -- Eric Lichaj, Hull City/D2, 90 minutes (0-1 at Middlesbrough)
    -- Matt Miazga, Reading/D2, 90 minutes (2-1 vs. Brentford)
    -- Tim Ream, Fulham, 90 minutes (2-0 vs. Everton)
    -- Danny Williams, Huddersfield Town, sub-1 minute (0-4 at Tottenham)
    Germany John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 90 minutes (0-2 at RB Leipzig)
    -- Joe Gyau, Duisburg/D2, sub-23 minutes (0-4 at Paderborn)
    -- Andrew Wooten, Sandhausen/D2, 89 minutes, 1 goal (3-1 vs. Dynamo Dresden)
    Netherlands Andrija Novakovich, Fortuna Sittard, 90 minutes, 1 goal (1-1 vs. VVV)
    Spain Shaq Moore, Atletico Levante/D3, 90 minutes (2-3 at Barcelona B)
    Yanks Abroad: Friday

  • Watch: Yellow card for kissing

    After getting crudely fouled by Cardiff's Joe Bennett, Burnley's Ashley Barnes was cautioned by referee Mike Dean for kissing Bennett. Read the whole story

  • Results: National Women's Soccer League (Week 1)

    Saturday, April 13
    Washington 2 Sky Blue FC 0. (Staab 59, Crosson 90+2. Att.: 2,373.)
    NC Courage 1 Chicago 1. (Dunn 66; Kerr 26. Att.: 4,053.)