Soccer America Daily
Sunday, May 15, 2022
  • Weekend News: Yanks Abroad

    • Pulisic loses third straight FA Cup final. Christian Pulisic was Chelsea's most active attacker but couldn't put away his chances in the Blues' 6-5 shootout loss to Liverpool after their match ended in a 0-0 tie, the first scoreless draw in 150 FA Cup finals. Pulisic's best chance in the 47th minute was saved by Liverpool keeper Alisson. (Minute-by-minute)

    • Weah notches first goal of season. Timothy Weah scored his first goal of the Ligue 1 season in stoppage time to clinch Lille's 3-1 win at Nice that ended the Aiglons' chances of finishing in the top three and playing in the UEFA Champions League next season. Weah also assisted on Jonathan David's tying goal. (Highlights)

  • Watch: Drama, victory and joy from the Bundesliga's American coach

    New Jerseyan Pellegrino Matarazzo was part of the biggest news from the Bundesliga's final game day of the 2021-22 season. Read the whole story

  • Weekend News: Major League Soccer

    • Jesus Ferreira takes lead for Golden Boot. Ferreira, 21, scored twice and USMNT teammate Paul Arriola added a third goal, all in a span of 12 minutes early in the first half, to give FC Dallas a 3-1 win at LA Galaxy that moved it to within one point of the lead in the 2022 MLS Supporters' Shield race. Ferreira has scored a career-high nine goals, all in only 11 games. (Highlights)

    • Timbers end slump with record-breaking win. Portland set a club record for goals scored in an MLS match, getting two goals each from Sebastian Blanco and Nathan Fogaca (in his MLS debut) in the second half of a 7-2 win over slumping Sporting KC. The Timbers came into the game with a five-game winless streak across all competitions. Sporting KC's 0.75 points-per-game is the lowest average in MLS. (Highlights)
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  • Julianne Sitch well-prepped to take reins of University of Chicago men's team

    Sitch joins NYU's Kim Wyant as the second female head coach of an NCAA men's soccer team. Read the whole story

  • Soccer on TV

    On Sunday, the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A finish their seasons. 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. Americans may not be the stars of European soccer. But they own the show. By Bill Saporito (Washington Post)
    2. Vermont Green: The new U.S. club attempting to do things differently Alex Bysouth (BBC Sport)
    3. Tale of neglect: how Beitar Jerusalem became infected with racism By Shaul Adar (Guardian)