Soccer America Daily
Sunday, July 14, 2019
  • Mason Toye puts away another 'sniffer' for Minnesota United's biggest win yet

    The hottest player on MLS's hottest team was playing prep ball three years ago and began 2019 in the USL League One. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: Most MLS Goals/90 Minutes

    1. Mason Toye (Minn. United), 2.07
    2. Brian Fernandez (Portland), 1.14
    3. Carlos Vela (LAFC), 1.01
    4. Adama Diomande (LAFC), 0.86
    5. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA Galaxy), 0.81
    Note: Minimum of four goals.

  • Results: Major League Soccer (Week 19)

    Saturday, July 13
    Montreal 0 Toronto FC 2. (Pozuelo 61, Altidore 90+5. Att.: 19,619.)
    Orlando City 1 Columbus 0. (Michel 84. Att.: 22,397.)
    Chicago 1 FC Cincinnati 2. (Gaitan 45+4; Cruz 1, Adi 83. Att.: 13,127.)
    Minnesota United 1 FC Dallas 0. (Toye 90+1. Att.: 19,906.)
    Real Salt Lake 4 Philadelphia 0. (Savarino 23, 71, Rusnak 81, Kreilach 89. Att.: 18,925.)
    Vancouver 0 Sporting KC 3. (Own goal 24, Gutierrez 56, Fernandes 90. Att.: 18,700.)
    Portland 2 Colorado 2. (Own goal 27, Valeri pen. 63; Lewis 28, Nicholson 76. Att.: 25,218.)

  • Watch: Stoppage-time drama from Minnesota

    A scoreless tie got exciting when sub Mason Toye gave the Loons a 1-0 overtime lead and keeper Vito Mannone saved a PK. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Tom Glick

    "The key thing here is that there are lots of folks who are not following the Panthers, not following any of the other sports teams we have in the region, not buying tickets to those, who definitely want to be a part of a Major League Soccer game."

    -- Carolina Panthers president Tom Glick on the bid by Panthers owner Ed Tepper to secure an MLS expansion team in Charlotte, where they believe they can draw 40,000-60,000 fans a game at Bank of America Stadium. Glick spent six seasons with the City Football Group and was NYCFC's president for its startup in 2015. (Charlotte Observer)

  • Results: National Women's Soccer League (Week 13)

    Saturday, July 13
    NC Courage 2 Reign FC 0. (Williams 22, Debinha 55. Att.: 6,216.)
    Houston 0 Chicago 1. (Johnson 7. Att.: 5,327.)