Soccer America Daily
Sunday, August 25, 2019
  • MLS playoff hunt: Teams looking for domino effect

    Toronto FC's 2-1 comeback win over Montreal moved it into seventh in the Eastern Conference. The Revs, RSL and Quakes solidified positions. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer (Week 25)

    Saturday, August 24
    NYCFC 2 NY Red Bulls 1. (Moralez pen. 43, Heber 53; Muyl 10. Att.: 28,895.)
    New England 2 Chicago 1. (Zahibo 17, Bou 86; Calvo 41. Att.: 16,236.)
    Philadelphia 3 D.C. United 1. (Przybylko 5, Aaronson 16, Ilsinho 36; Acosta 56. Att.: 18,781.)
    Toronto FC 2 Montreal 1. (Delgado 63, Morrow 81; Bojan 49. Att.: 28,989.)
    Real Salt Lake 2 Colorado 0. (Plata pen. 90+6, Savarino 90+9. Att.: 20,384.)
    San Jose 3 Vancouver 1. (Judson 7, Wondolowski 34, Rios 73; Nerwinski 6. Att.: 17,458.)

  • Watch: Heber's slick back-heel gamewinner for NYCFC

    NYCFC beat the Red Bulls, 2-1, in the Hudson River Derby thanks to Heber's clever strike that nutmegged goalkeeper Luis Robles. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Weekend)

    Sunday, August 25
    Austria Erik Palmer-Brown, Austria Wien, 74 minutes, 1 red card (2-2 at Hartberg)
    Czech Republic Luis Gil, Viktoria Zizkov/D2, 90 minutes (3-0 vs. Varnsdorf)
    Germany Terrence Boyd Hallescher/D3, 84 minutes, 1 goal (3-0 at Unterhaching)
    -- John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 90 minutes (3-0 at Hertha Berlin)
    -- Tim Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt, sub-14 minutes, 1 assist (1-2 at RB Leipzig)
    -- Bobby Wood, Hamburg/D2, sub-11 minutes, (4-2 at Karlsruhe)
    Mexico Ventura Alvarado, Necaxa, 90 minutes (0-0 at Guadalajara)
    Sweden Romain Gall, Malmo, sub-22 minutes (0-1 vs. Djurgarden)

  • Watch: Mo Salah blaze through Arsenal

    Mohamed Salah scored his second goal in Liverpool's 3-1 win over Arsenal after a lightning run that started near the halfway line. Read the whole story

  • Results: National Women's Soccer League (Week 19)

    Saturday, August 24
    NC Courage 1 Reign FC 0. (Williams 82. Att.: 6,743.)
    Washington 2 Orlando 1. (Thomas 9, Hatch 59; Marta 31. Att.: 19,471)
    Houston 1 Sky Blue FC 2. (Ohai 90+4; Lloyd 26, 41. Att.: 4,102.)

  • Washington Spirit rides Women's World Cup wave

    The Spirit became the fifth NWSL team to break its single-game attendance record in 2019, drawing 19,741 fans at Audi Field. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Sandrine Soubeyrand

    "There aren't many more fans. I don't know what's missing. The ingredients are all there."

    -- Sandrine Soubeyrand, the head coach of French First Division women's club Paris FC and the all-time French women's record-holder with 198 caps, after Paris FC drew 253 fans for its 2019-20 season opener against Dijon. The buzz from the Women's World Cup that ended just seven weeks earlier did not made it down to the the top tier of French women's soccer, where crowds of just 1,673, 668, 322 and 299 turned out on opening day, in addition to the crowd for Paris FC-Dijon. (L'Equipe in French)