• Lobster tails with your beer and hot dog at All-Star Game?
    Sporting Kansas City is known as one of the most innovative clubs in MLS, and it is pulling out all the stops on the menu of food items that will be available at the AT&T MLS All-Star Game at Sporting Park on July 31.
  • Nike-Gate rocks Bayern Munich
    Bayern Munich is an adidas team through and through. The German manufacturer has been Bayern's uniform sponsor for more than 50 years and has been since 2002 a minority owner of the giant German club, so it was naturally a little surprised when new signing, young German superstar, Mario Goetze, showed up recently at his unveiling wearing a Nike T-shirt.
  • Random draw to follow public ticket request for USA-Mexico game
    The quadrennial USA-Mexico showdown in Columbus -- Day 8 of the Hexagonal -- is two months away, but demand for tickets is so high that U.S. Soccer will conduct a random draw for those undetermined number of tickets that will be made available to the general public for the Sept. 10 match at Crew Stadium.
  • Messi & dwindling list of friends will play in Chicago
    Promoters of Saturday's charity game involving Lionel Messi and other soccer celebrities confirmed that it will take place at Chicago's Soldier Field (kickoff: 6 p.m. CT).
  • So much for Messi and friends in LA
    Plans for a charity match billed as the Battle of the Stars: Messi and Friends vs. The Rest of the World Wednesday night at the Los Angeles Coliseum were scrapped when promoters sent out word late Tuesday that the event had been canceled.
  • USL PRO to field Oklahoma City team in 2014
    USL PRO awarded an expansion franchise to Prodigal LLC, led by CEO Bob Funk Jr., to operate a team in Oklahoma City, beginning in 2014. The announcement, made at a news conference in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, came four days after a rival soccer group headed by Brad Lund, Sold Out Strategies, and four individuals filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma in response to a "cease and desist" letter issued by United Soccer Leagues.
  • 'MLS Breakaway' to return Aug. 3 on NBC Sports Network
    NBC Sports Network will air a second edition of "MLS Breakaway," its version of the widely popular NFL Red Zone, the game-day channel that provides back-and-forth coverage of all the Sunday afternoon football during the fall.