Soccer America Daily
Sunday, September 22, 2019
  • Josef Martinez's injury casts doubt over Atlanta United's title defense chase

    Atlanta United's 3-1 win over San Jose was marred by an injury to the 2018 MLS MVP, ending his record MLS scoring streak. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer (Week 29)

    Saturday, September 21
    Atlanta United 3 San Jose 1. (Meram 4, Hyndman 90, P.Martinez 90+2; own goal 27. Att.: 43,451.)
    Vancouver 1 Columbus 1. (Montero 90+4; Zardes pen. 18. Att.: 16,683.)
    FC Cincinnati 0 Chicago 0. (Att.: 26,466.)
    New England 0 Real Salt Lake 0. (Att.: 24,270.)
    Houston 2 Orlando City 1. (Elis 70, Ramirez 73; Dwyer 6. Att.: 15,146.)
    Sporting KC 2 Colorado 3. (Fernandes 3, own goal 14; Kamara 42, Rubio 76, Smith 85. Att.: 18,862.)
    LA Galaxy 2. Montreal 1. (Ibrahimovic 31, Antuna 50; Lappalainen 48. Att.: 25,482.)
    LAFC 1 Toronto FC 1. (Vela pen. 90+5. Att.: 22,022.)

  • Watch: Kei Kamara's bicycle kick goal

    Despite getting mugged by Sporting KC's Botond Barath, Kamara pulled off this shot with his back to the goal in the Rapids' 3-2 win. Read the whole story

  • The talk of Frisco ...

    "A lot of the things we did over the last 25 years people dreamt about and didn't think were possible, whether hosting the [1994] World Cup, a breakout event like the 1999 [Women's] World Cup or a soccer league that's actually going to make it. Look at MLS where it is today compared to where we started. I understand there are issues and everyone feels we can do things better. Of course, we can always do things better. But there is no one around who was part of this start-up in 1994 or 1995 who wouldn't say, 'I'll take that if that's what it looks like in 25 years.' You would take it in a heartbeat."

    -- Sunil Gulati at the press conference following his induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame on whether his dreams for the next 25 years are realistic.


    “When I was young, nobody really knew what the national team was. There was no concept of it. I looked up to NBA players and NFL players, and then the ’94 World Cup and the ’99 World Cup happened."

    -- Abby Wambach, on what soccer was like as a child growing up in Rochester, New York. Wambach, who was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame on Saturday, said she dreamed of being an Olympic figure skater -- even though she never skated -- not an Olympic soccer player.

  • Sunil Gulati says thank you

    Gulati used Saturday's Hall of Fame induction speech to acknowledge some of those he worked with dating back more than 40 years. Read the whole story

  • Watch: National Soccer Hall of Fame induction ceremonies

    Abby Wambach and Sunil Gulati along with photographer Tony Quinn were honored on Saturday in Frisco, Texas. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Weekend)

    Saturday, September 21
    Czech Republic Luis Gil, Viktoria Zizkov/D2, 90 minutes (2-4 at Trinec)
    England Geoff Cameron, QPR/D2, 90 minutes (2-1 at Millwall)
    -- Cameron Carter-Vickers, Stoke City/D2, 90 minutes (0-0 at Brentford)
    -- Lyndon Gooch, Sunderland/D3, 90 minutes (1-1 at Bolton Wanderers)
    -- Duane Holmes, Derby County/D2, 90 minutes (1-1 at Leeds United)
    -- Eric Lichaj, Hull City/D2, 90 minutes (3-0 at Hull City)
    -- Tim Ream, Fulham/D2, 90 minutes (1-1 at Sheffield Wed.)
    -- Antonee Robinson, Wigan Athletic/D2 (2-0 at Charlton Athletic)
    Germany Terrence Boyd Hallescher/D3, 90 minutes (2-2 vs. Preussen Muenster)
    -- Julian Green, Greuther Fuerth/D2, 90 minutes (0-2 at VfB Stuttgart)
    -- Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen, 79 minutes (0-3 vs. RB Leipzig)
    Mexico Ventura Alvarado, Necaxa, 90 minutes (2-4 vs. Leon)

  • Three-peat: North Courage clinches NWSL Shield again

    With Saturday's wins, Chicago and Portland also clinched playoff berths. Despite its loss, Utah remains in fourth place. Read the whole story

  • Results: National Women's Soccer League (Week 23)

    Saturday, September 21
    Chicago 3 Washington 1. (Kerr 9, 49, Nagasato 23; Pugh 80. Att.: 4,317.)
    Utah 0 NC Courage 3. (Mewis pen. 30, Hinkle 65, Debinha 70. Att.: 9,946.)
    Reign FC 0 Sky Blue FC 1. (Lloyd 77. Att.: 6,189.)
    Portland 1 Houston 0. (Heath 48. Att.: 21,022.)