1. Charlotte FC DF Hamady Diop (Clemson, Senegal)
2. Orlando City FW Shakur Mohammed (Duke, Ghana)
3. Colorado DF Moise Bombito (New Hampshire, Canada)
4. New England MF Joshua Bolma (Maryland, Ghana)
5. Vancouver MF J.C. Ngando (UNC Greensboro, Cameroon)
6. Orlando City FW Duncan McGuire (Creighton, USA)
7. Real Salt Lake FW Ilijah Paul (Washington, USA)
8. Sporting KC FW Stephen Afrifa (FIU, Canada)
9. St. Louis City SC MF Owen O'Malley (Creighton, USA)
10. San Jose DF Daniel Munie (Indiana, USA)
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The Senegal native became the second Clemson player picked first in the MLS SuperDraft after Robbie Robinson. Read the whole story
What stands out about the 2022 final viewing numbers: the youth-skewing audience and heavy streaming users. No surprises really. Read the whole story
1. Washington, D.C. (12.1/36)
2. New York (11.4/32)
3. Boston (10.7/35)
4. San Francisco (10.5/42)
5. Austin (10.0/33).
Note: In parentheses are rating (percentage of TV households in the market that watched the game) and share (percentage of TV households in the market watching TV that watched the game).
The 40-year-old Argentine was fired early in his second season with D.C. United. In his first season, United missed the playoffs by one point. Read the whole story
- Lindsey Horan's Lyon advances. A 0-0 tie with Juventus was enough to send the defending champion through to the quarterfinals behind Group C winner Arsenal. Horan played all 540 minutes over the six games for Lyon, which captured the last spot up for grabs. Injury-riddled OL opened with a 5-1 loss to Arsenal and 1-1 tie with Juve. Other teams through to the final eight: Chelsea and Paris St. Germain (Group A), Wolfsburg and Roma (Group B) and Barcelona and Bayern Munich (Group D).
Friends, families, even rival fans traveled from across the country to Buenos Aires to bask in the glory of a world title. Read the whole story
The club Messi spent two decades with celebrates the Argentine "winning everything." Read the whole story
- Dave Baldwin named Fire's president of business operations. Baldwin comes to Chicago with an extensive background in sports business, most recently serving as the chief ticketing officer for the NFL Washington Commanders. He previously held executive positions in tickets sales for the Miami Doplphins and later Ilitch Sports + Entertainment (Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings).
After playing college and pro ball, Mary Connor joined Ben Gucciardi in launching Soccer Without Borders in 2006. Read the whole story
1. Remembering Grant Wahl By Michael Lewis (USSoccer.com)
2. Lionel Messi-PSG contract renewal: Argentina World Cup hero makes verbal pact; negotiations begin in January By Jonathan Johnson (CBSSports.com)
3. France federation condemns racist abuse of Kylian Mbappe, Kingsley Coman (AP)