Omaha will be the Summit representative and face UNC Greensboro in the opening round on Thursday. Read the whole story
The tournament will kick off April 27 and be played entirely in North Carolina. Here are the first- and second-round matchups. Read the whole story
1. Entrants. Twenty European clubs, of which 15 are permanent members.
2. Founding clubs:
-- England. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man. City, Man. United, Tottenham.
-- Italy. Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan.
-- Spain. Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid.
3. Qualifying mechanism. Criteria to be determined.
4. Group play. Two 10-team groups, home-and-home series for 18 games.
5. Play-in round. Fourth- and fifth-place teams in each group will meet.
6. Knockout rounds. Two-leg quarterfinals and semifinals, single-leg final.
7. Dates. Midweek games, August start, May final.
-- Super League signing-on payments. 3.5 billion euros.
-- Super League 12's "UEFA" debt. 5.586 billion euros (per Swiss Ramble).
Click here for The Super League announcement.
Wilfried Nancy (CF Montreal), Greg Vanney (LA Galaxy) and Hernan Losada (D.C. United) all got wins in Week 1. Read the whole story
Seattle's Joao Paulo controls the ball in the air to set up his a 28-yard volley, a Goal of the Week candidate. Read the whole story
Thursday, April 22
8th-9th Place Game: Stumptown AC (0-1-1) vs. New Amsterdam FC (0-2-0)
6th-7th Place Game: Cal United Strikers (0-0-2) vs. Maryland Bobcats (0-1-1)
4th-5th Place Game: LA Force (1-1-0) vs. Michigan Stars (0-0-2)
Semifinals: Detroit City FC (1-0-1) vs. 1904 FC (1-0-1)
Sunday, April 25
Final: Chattanooga FC (2-0-0) vs. Detroit City FC-1904 FC winner
Note: All games are played at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and broadcast on BeIN Sports Xtra.
Reyna earned Goal of the Week honors, edging out another 18-year-old, Bayern Munich's Jamal Musiala, and three other players. Read the whole story
1. 'Snakes' and 'liars'? European soccer dispute goes public as 12 teams prepare to form own league By Rob Harris and Graham Dunbar (AP)
2. The money behind the European Super League: JPMorgan By Oscar Williams-Grut (Yahoo Finance)
3. The only surprising element of Jose Mourinho's Tottenham firing Is the timing By Jonathan Wilson (SI.com)
One of the most challenging aspects of soccer's rules is their openness to interpretation. The introduction of micro-refereeing through technology (that is, VAR) has … Read the whole story