Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
  • Perfect start: Jesse Marsch finds 'absolute joy' in Austria

    The first American to coach in the UEFA Champions League got off to a spectacular start as Salzburg crushed Genk, 6-2. Read the whole story

  • Results: UEFA Champions League (Matchday 1)

    Tuesday, September 17
    Group E Napoli 2 Liverpool 0. (Mertens pen. 82, Llorente 90+2. Att.: 38,878.)
    -- Salzburg 6 Genk 2. (Haland 2, 34, 45, Hwang 36, Szoboszlai 45+2, Ulmer 66; Lucumi 40, Samatta 52. Att.: 29,520.)
    Group F Inter Milan 1 Slavia Prague 1. (Barella 90+2; Olayinka 63. Att.: 50,128.)
    -- Benfica 1 RB Leipzig 2. (Seferovic 84; Werner 69, 78. Att.: 46,460.)
    Group G Lyon 1 Zenit 1. (Depay pen. 51; Azmoun 41. Att.: 47,201.)
    -- Bor. Dortmund 0 Barcelona 0. (Att.: 66,099.)
    Group H Chelsea 0 Valencia 1. (Rodrigo 74. Att.: 39,469.)
    -- Ajax 3 Lille 0. (Promes 18, Alvarez 50, Tagliafico 62. Att.: 51,441.)

  • Watch: Gio Reyna score vs. Barcelona in UEFA Youth League

    U.S. U-17 Gio Reyna scored Borussia Dortmund's first goal in a 2-1 win over Barcelona in UEFA Youth League action on Tuesday. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Men's College Top 25

    Stanford remains No. 1 in the Top 25 rankings ahead of St. Mary's, Wake Forest and Virginia. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America College Women's Top 25

    USC takes over at No. 1 following losses by Stanford and North Carolina. Virginia moves up to No. 2 while UCLA is No. 3. Read the whole story

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

    1. Florida State women's coach Mark Krikorian isn't interested in the U.S. women's national team head coaching job. He told the Tallahassee Democrat that U.S. Soccer approached him multiple times and every time he's said he's not interested. Krikorian has led the Seminoles to national titles in 2014 and 2018. He is considered one of the college game's best international recruiters. He coached the USA to a bronze medal at the 2004 U-19 Women's World Championship and worked with the senior national team when it finished second at the 2011 Women's World Cup.

    2. MLS's Columbus Crew will hold ground-breaking ceremonies on its new downtown stadium on Oct. 10. The 20,000-seat venue will be located on a 33-acre site in the Arena District and cost an estimated $230 million to build. The event will be open to the general public and feature music and food truck concessions.

    3. Argentine Yamil Asad is headed back to D.C. United in 2020, signing a pre-contract after becoming a free agent in July. Asad, 25, recorded nine goals and eight assists in 30 MLS games in 2018 after which his loan from Velez Sarsfield expired.