Soccer America Daily
Monday, October 12, 2020
  • MLS Weekend: Moose is on the loose

    LAFC earned one of its best results in recent months with a 3-1 win over Seattle, but it was a Pyrrhic victory. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: Most points per games (MLS)

    1. *Toronto FC (2020), 2.18
    2. LA Galaxy (1998), 2.13
    3. LAFC (2019), 2.12
    4. NY Red Bulls (2018), 2.09
    5. Atlanta United (2018), 2.03
    5. Toronto FC (2017), 2.03
    *Toronto FC is 11-2-4 with six games to play.

  • What They're Saying: Christian Pulisic

    "I would say don't overhype everyone, which has happened in the past. We definitely have a strong team, but I want to tell people to be patient. Let our team form a bit. And once the tournament comes, just know we're going to give everything we have. We're a hungry group of young players and we really want to be successful. We're excited."

    -- Christian Pulisic with his advice for U.S. national team fans hungry for success from the new group of young players. (CBS Sports)

  • USL Championship: A punch to the gut

    The playoff game between the Phoenix Rising and Sac Republic FC was decided in the Rising's favor on a controversial Solomon Asante goal. Read the whole story

  • Calendar: USL Championship (Conference semifinals)

    Saturday, October 17
    Louisville City vs. Saint Louis FC, 7:30 pm.
    Tampa Bay vs. Charleston, 7:30 pm.
    Reno 1868 vs. Phoenix, 9 pm.
    El Paso vs. New Mexico United, 9:30 pm.
    Note: All times ET.

  • Watch (game highlights): England beat Belgium at Wembley

    England, which lost to Belgium twice at the 2018 World Cup, beat the Belgians, 2-1, at Wembley in the European Nations League. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: Weekend men's standouts

    1. Sebastian Soto (Telstar). Scored third goal in four Eerste Divisie games in 1-1 tie with Top Oss.
    2. Jonathan Amon (FC Nordsjaelland). Played first game in more than a year, earning PK in 5-1 Cup win.
    3. Mael Corboz (Go Ahead Eagles). Assisted on second goal in 2-0 win over Maastricht in Eerste Divisie.

  • Women in Europe: Tobin Heath helps keep Manchester United unbeaten

    Thanks to four-goal outburst, Bunny Shaw tops the Division I Arkema scoring charts. Kyra Carusa is second in Denmark's Elitedivisionen. Read the whole story

  • Monday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)

    1. Project Big Picture: The key proposals of Premier League overhaul revealed By Jeremy Wilson (Telegraph)
    2. School is by Zoom, but high school football is on the field By Laura Meckler and Roman Stubbs (Washington Post)
    3. 8,000 estimated at North Carolina Football Club Youth Columbus Day Classic; parents say event has safety protocols By Mackenzie Stasko (CBS 17)