Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
  • U.S. Soccer's Earnie Stewart on men's national team: 'I'm a pleased man'

    U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter has said "only a win will suffice" against Canada on Friday, Does that mean his job is on the line? Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Gareth Southgate

    "I love all of my players. We are like a family. The important thing is for a family to communicate and work through problems. I don't expect as a manager to not have to deal with issues."

    -- England coach Gareth Southgate after Manchester City star Raheem Sterling got into an altercation with Liverpool's Joe Gomez at the England national team's cafeteria on the first day of training for the Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro. Sterling was suspended for the game. At practice on Tuesday, Gomez appeared to sport a small cut just below his right eye. (BBC Sport)

  • USL Championship headed to Queens in 2021

    Queensboro FC will be led by New York businessman Jonathan Krane and Spanish star David Villa. Read the whole story

  • NWSL's Washington Spirit on the move in 2020

    Buoyed by the success of its two games played at Audi Field in 2019, the Spirit will split time at three venues next season. Read the whole story

  • MLS Moves: Tuesday, November 12

    Inter Miami. Acquired Homegrown rights to GK Drake Callender (Univ. of California) from San Jose for 2nd-round pick in 2020 SuperDraft and $150,000 in conditional GAM.
    Nashville SC. Acquired MF Dax McCarty from Chicago for $50,000 in GAM, $50,000 in TAM and 2nd-round pick in 2021 SuperDraft.
    -- Acquired DF Dave Romney from LA Galaxy for $225,000 in GAM (plus $50,000 in conditional GAM).

  • Soccer America Men's College Top 25

    Virginia took over as the No. 1 team in the Top 25 rankings ahead of Stanford and St. Mary's. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Women's College Top 25

    Stanford remained No. 1 in the final College Top 25 rankings. North Carolina jumped to No. 2 ahead of Virginia. Read the whole story

  • Awards: 2019 USL Championship All-League First Team

    Goalkeeper. Matt Pickens, Nashville SC
    Defenders. Neveal Hackshaw, Indy Eleven
    -- Joe Greenspan, Pittsburgh
    -- Forrest Lasso, Nashville SC
    -- Oscar Jimenez, Louisville City
    Midfielders. Jared Stroud, NY Red Bulls II
    -- Magnus Rasmussen, Louisville City
    -- Kenardo Forbes, Pittsburgh
    Forwards. Daniel Rios, Nashville SC
    -- Adam Jahn, Phoenix
    -- Solomon Asante, Phoenix
    (Click here for All-League Second Team.)

  • Watch: A recap of how Mexico reached Under-17 World Cup semifinals

    Here are the 12 goals Mexico scored en route to its U-17 World Cup semifinal date with the Netherlands on Thursday. Read the whole story

  • Rosters: ICC Futures Tournament regional all-star teams

    In addition to U.S. and foreign academies, the boys and girls competitions will include regional all-star teams. Read the whole story

  • Entrants: ICC Futures Tournament

    Under-14 (2006) Boys Division
    MLS Academies: NY Red Bulls, LA Galaxy, New England Revolution, Houston Dynamo, Inter Miami.
    Development Academies: North Carolina FC Youth, Michigan Wolves, Tampa Bay Rowdies.
    ICC Regional All-Star Teams: East, Midwest, South, West.
    European Academies: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Arsenal, Tottenham, Paris SG, Roma, Benfica.
    Other Teams: Allstate Sueño Alianza, Guadalajara, Shanghai, Vasco de Gama.

    Under-15 (2005) Girls Division
    ECNL Teams: PDA Blue, Heat FC, Concorde Fire, LAFC Slammers.
    ICC Regional All-Star Teams: East, Midwest, South, West.
    European Academies: Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester City, Paris SG.