Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Soccer America Men's College Top 25

    Stanford, St. Mary's and Wake Forest remain 1-2-3 in the Soccer America Men's College Top 25 rankings. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Women's College Top 25

    Stanford remains No. 1 in the Top 25 rankings. North Carolina, USC and Virginia move up one spot to 2-3-4 after UCLA lost. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Eden Hazard

    "In five years, my goal is that the United States will see San Diego 1904 FC as the model and best point of reference for American soccer. We want to be seen as the premier place of development in this country and prove it by preparing our professionals to play anywhere in the world. San Diego talent deserve this. We have been waiting so long for this opportunity and have been working behind the scenes tirelessly."

    -- Real Madrid star Eden Hazard, one of co-owners of San Diego 1904 FC, one of NISA's founding members. San Diego 1904 FC was formed in 2017 but never got to play in 2018 when the NASL fell apart. It enters a market that will also include a team in the USL Championship. Other San Diego 1904 FC investors include Senegalese star Demba Ba and Frenchman Yohan Cabaye. (ESPN FC)

  • Watch: Cristiano Ronaldo score four for Portugal in Euro 2020 qualifying

    In a 5-1 win over Lithuania, Cristiano Ronaldo scored with a penalty kick, mis-kick, volley and crisp low shot. Read the whole story

  • Evening Edition: What's in the news ...

    1. Damian Las, the highly regarded goalkeeper on the U.S. under-17 national team, signed a three-year contract with English club Fulham. Las, who has joined Fulham's U-18s, left the Chicago Fire academy at the end of last season.  His is only 17 but is eligible to move to England because his father is Polish. He joins fellow Americans Tim Ream, Marlon Fossey and Luca de la Torre at Fulham.

    2. Russia's Spartak Moscow will join Brazilian clubs Corinthians and Palmeiras and Colombia's Atletico Nacional in the 2020 Florida Cup, which will be played Jan. 13-20 at Exploria Stadium in Orlando. A kickoff exhibition played between German clubs Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt will take place Jan. 9 at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg.

    3. Three of the four top-ranked NCAA small college teams in the United Soccer Coaches preseason polls are still No. 1 after the first week of the season: Tufts (Division III men), Grand Valley State (Division II women) and Williams (Division III women). West Chester is the new No. 1 in the Men's Division II poll after preseason No. 1 Barry lost to St. Thomas, 2-1.