Soccer America Daily
Sunday, October 24, 2021
  • MLS: New England captures first Supporters' Shield title

    Otherwise, Saturday's 11 games produced little clarity in the playoff races. Just four teams have clinched postseason berths. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer

    Saturday, October 23
    Toronto FC 1 CF Montreal 1. (Goals: Altidore 90+5; Ibrahim 55. Att.: 8,095.)
    NYCFC 6 D.C. United 0. (Goals: Tiago 1, Castellanos 7, 11, Moralez 44, Callens 52, Medina 74. Att.: n/a.)
    Philadelphia
    1 Nashville SC 0. (Goal: Przybylko 18. Att.: 18,575.)
    Inter Miami 5 FC Cincinnati 1. (Goals: F.Higuain 6, G.Higuain 53, Vassilev 69, Morgan 74, Carranza 85; Vazquez 21. Att.: 14,927.)
    Columbus
    1 NY Red Bulls 2. (Goals: Berry 18; Casseres 7, Nealis 87. Att.: 17,891.)
    Chicago 1 Real Salt Lake 0. (Goal: Beric 45. Att.: 31,308.)
    Minn. United 1 LAFC 1. (Goal: Alonso 65; Arango 32. Att.: 19,406.)
    Colorado 2 Portland 0. (Goals: Badji 45+2, Rubio 63. Att.: 12,200.)
    LA Galaxy 2 FC Dallas 2. (Goals: Hernandez pen. 65, Lletget 83; Ferreira 30, Jara 41. Att.: 15,136.)
    San Jose 1 Vancouver 1. (Goals: Kikanovic 60; Gaspar 53. Att.: 15,025.)
    Seattle 1 Sporting KC 2. (Goals: Benezet 58; Walter 4, Russell 79. Att.: 32,139.)

  • U.S. Soccer's National Council approves sweeping changes to governance structure

    Athletes now control one-third of the vote of the membership and hold seven voting seats (out of 21) on the expanded board of directors. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Jerry Jones

    "I view the stadium, AT&T Stadium, I view it as a theater stage. That's the way I built it. A theater stage, you can convert it to any shape."

    -- Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, on the stadium, widely referred to as Jerry World, he built at a cost of $1.3 billion. The Dallas World Cup 2026 bid committee, which hosted FIFA inspectors this weekend, is prepared to host a semifinal or the final indoors at AT&T Stadium in 2026 as well as the International Broadcast Center, as it did in 1994 at Fair Park. (Dallas Morning-News)

  • Yanks Abroad: How USMNT players did this weekend in Europe

    Gianluca Busio, who has been playing so well for promoted Venezia, had to leave its match at Sassuolo at the half after being injured. Read the whole story

  • In Brief: American men in Europe

    1. Defender Lennard Maloney, 22, made his Bundesliga debut as a late sub for Borussia Dortmund in its 3-1 win at Arminia Bielefeld. The former U.S. U-20 grew up in the Union Berlin youth system and joined Borussia Dortmund II as a free agent in 2020.
    2. In Scotland, Ian Harkes' Dundee United moved into a three-way tie for the Premiership lead with a 2-1 win over Motherwell. Christian Ramirez is third in the league with five goals after scoring to give Aberdeen a 1-0 win over Hibernian.
    3. On a two-year loan from FC Dallas to PSV, 18-year-old Dante Sealy scored three goals in 29 minutes in the second half to give Jong PSV a 5-3 at Almere City in the Dutch Eerste Divisie.

  • Watch: The quick brown fox interrupt a game in Estonia

    We're pleased to expand our menagerie of field invasion coverage with this scene from an Estonian fourth division game. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Jobs

    The latest jobs listings selected by SA's staff as a benefit for Soccer America Pro members. Read the whole story

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

    1. Life after Leo By Rory Smith (New York Times)
    2. Women's national team calls on Canada Soccer to stand against 'culture of abuse' By Shireen Ahmed (TSN)
    3. Inside the Valbuena and Benzema trial: The sex tape, missing watches, undercover cop and Louis Vuitton cushion By Tom Williams (The Athletic)