• USL Championship: Weekend report
    Stars included 18-year-old Alabaman Nighte Pickering (Memphis 901) and 17-year-old Marco Rios (Colorado Springs).
  • Concacaf Champions League: NYCFC makes it look easy in 2022 opener
    The MLS champs cruised to a 2-0 win at Santos de Guapiles. One of the standouts: Gedion Zelalem on the comeback trail.
  • Efrain 'Chico' Chacurian (1924-2019): 'A giant of soccer in the Northeast'
    "He influenced so many great players and coaches, but regardless of who you were or how good you were, he treated you the same."
  • USA-Mexico: A test of youth movements
    El Tri gave four players their first caps on Friday against Uruguay, and five more could make their first appearance on Tuesday.
  • NWSL: Royals' depth will get early test
    Injuries to Kelley O'Hara (hamstring) and Norwegian Elise Thorsnes (concussion) leave first-year Utah without six players.
  • USSF's 1988 AGM: The Development Plan, Havelange, Blatter and bananas
    In my 31 years as Soccer America's editor, I'd estimate I've written or edited 50,000 headlines, 20 or so a week when we were a weekly magazine, about the same number when we started Soccer America Daily in 2001 with a reduced magazine frequency and now that number each day as most of our content is digital.
  • FIFA: Blatter wins first round, 133-73
    Embattled Sepp Blatter had a 133-73 edge over his sole opponent, Prince Ali of Jordan, in the first round of balloting for FIFA president and is expected to win election for a fifth term as FIFA president.
  • Caribbean combine returns next year
    More than two dozen players from the Caribbean played in MLS this season, and teams looking for prospective additions from the region will have a chance to scout talent very early in January.
  • Saint Louis picked to repeat
    [ATLANTIC-10: Men] Defending champion Saint Louis has been picked to repeat in the Atlantic-10's preseason poll of the league's 12 head coaches.
  • UEFA Champions League viewing schedule
    [TELEVISION GUIDE] The UEFA Champions League moves into Matchday 4 with a special kickoff time of 3:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday and Wednesday. For the complete schedule ...
  • Young Arsenal star suffers horrendous injury
    [ENGLAND] Arsenal teenager Aaron Ramsey, considered the greatest Welsh talent to come along since Ryan Giggs, suffered a broken leg after being fouled by Ryan Shawcross Saturday in the Gunners' 3-1 Premier League at Stoke City. The injury was so horrendous that broadcaster Sky Sports refused to replay the incident as it would be "too upsetting" for their viewers. Shawcross was red carded and left the field in tears. Shortly after the match, the 22-year-old defender, uncapped at the international level, learned he had been recalled for England's friendly against …
    INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHT/NEWS SHOWS FOX SOCCER SHOW Fox Soccer Channel Monday-Sunday, 10 pm ETFOX SPORTS NOTICIAS Fox Sports en Espanol Monday-Friday, 2 pm ET SKY SPORTS NEWS Fox Soccer Channel Monday-Sunday, 7 pm ET GOL TV NEWS Gol TV Monday-Friday, 7 pm ET A TODO GOAL (Goals from around the world) Gol TV Sunday, 11:30 pm ET Monday, 1 pm ET. LEAGUE HIGHLIGHT SHOWS ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEW Fox Soccer Channel Monday 6 pm ET. SPAIN: OLE LA LIGA Gol TV …
  • GAMES: Live and same-day delay on national TV
    (All times Eastern unless noted. TV programming is always subject to change. Check your local listings and soccerTV.com) MONDAY, April 30 MLS DIRECT KICK MLS REAL SALT LAKE-COLORADO (live), 9 pm. TUESDAY, May 1 ESPN2 European Champions League AC MILAN-MANCHESTER UTD., Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 2:30 pm. ESPN DEPORTES European Champions League AC MILAN-MANCHESTER UTD., Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 2:30 pm. WEDNESDAY, May 2 ESPN2 European Champions League LIVERPOOL-CHELSEA, Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 2:30 pm. ESPN DEPORTES European Champions League LIVERPOOL-CHELSEA, Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), …
  • MLS WEEKEND WRAPUP: Twellman strikes again; L.A. wins 'Clasico'
    By Ridge Mahoney The Crew is still unbeaten, D.C. United is still pointless, and Toronto FC is still goalless after the fourth weekend of MLS play. (Colorado and Real Salt Lake play a rare Monday night match.) Taylor Twellman scored again and defending champion Houston again was shut out. Chris Rolfe scored on the hour as the Fire (3-0-1) downed the Dynamo, 1-0, to join the New York Red Bulls atop the Eastern Conference. Houston (1-2-1) hit the crossbar twice (Brian Ching, Brad Davis) while being blanked for the third time this season. After a listless, even …
  • CHAMPIONS: Goal difference gives PSV Dutch title
    PSV won the Dutch Eredivisie title for the 20th time when it beat Vitesse, 5-1, on Sunday and edged Ajax for the championship on goal difference. Peruvian Jefferson Farfan led PSV with two goals against Vitesse. Brazilian Alex and young Dutch international Ibrahim Afellay also scored. Veteran Phillip Cocu struck the fifth goal that proved to be the goal that clinched the title with 13 minutes remaining. PSV finished with a goal difference of plus-50, one better than Ajax, which won, 2-0, at Willem II. PSV, Ajax and AZ went into the final day of the …
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