FCC, the first team to finish last in the MLS standings in its first two seasons, is 26th out of 27 teams in 2021. Read the whole story
July 5. Toronto FC. Chris Armas --> Javier Perez (through end of 2021 season).
July 18. Atlanta United. Gabriel Heinze --> Rob Valentino (interim) --> Gonzalo Pineda.
Aug. 27. Real Salt Lake. Freddy Juarez --> Pablo Mastroeni (interim).
Aug. 27. Vancouver. Marc Dos Santos --> Vanni Sartini (interim).
Sept. 19. FC Dallas. Luchi Gonzalez --> Marco Ferruzzi (interim).
Sept. 27. FC Cincinnati. Jaap Stam --> Tyrone Marshall (interim).
The 30-year-old U.S. international, Yimmi Chara, McKinze Gaines and Brandon Vazquez are up for MLS Goal of the Week. Read the whole story
Tuesday, September 28
Paris SG vs. Manchester City (Zack Steffen) 3 pm.
Bor. Dortmund (Gio Reyna) vs. Sporting 3 pm.
RB Leipzig (Tyler Adams) vs. Club Brugge (Owen Otasowie) 3 pm.
Wedndesday, September 29
Zenit St. Petersburg vs. Malmo (Romain Gall) 12:45 pm.
Atalanta vs. Young Boys (Jordan Pefok) 12:45 pm.
Benfica vs. Barcelona (Sergino Dest) 3 pm.
Juventus (Weston McKennie) vs. Chelsea (Christian Pulisic) 3 pm.
Red Bull Salzburg (Brenden Aaronson) vs. Lille (Tim Weah) 3 pm.
Wolfsburg (John Brooks) vs. Sevilla 3 pm.
Note: All teams ET. Soccer on TV: Click here for Champions League listings.
USL Championship goals of the week include an extraordinary header, a scissor kick, volley, half-volley and a 30-yarder. Read the whole story
1. Bethany Balcer (OL Reign) 9 goals
2. Sydney Leroux (Orlando) 8 goals
3. Ashley Hatch (Washington) 7 goals
3. Ifeoma Onumonu (Gotham FC) 7 goals
5. Sophia Smith (Portland) 6 goals
5. Lynn Williams (NC Courage) 6 goals
Usually hounds who interrupt games charge about aimlessly, but this pooch stole the ball and nutmegged players during this Premier League game. Read the whole story
1. Washington Spirit's female co-owner Y. Michele Kang calls on controlling owner Steve Baldwin to sell amid turmoil By Molly Hensley-Clancy (Washington Post)
2. A cog in the college admissions scandal speaks out By Billy Witz (New York Times)
3. Premier League look at 'meaningful' matches abroad By David Ornstein (The Athletic)