Sometime in the afternoon last Sunday, MLS was at its most predictable. Two home teams had sneaked by visiting favorites with 1-0 scores. In Los Angeles’ case, this was only by dint of a whole Rube Goldberg series of events … Continued
Clint Dempsey won’t be on the #USMNT forever and that’s okay. Jozy Altidore is ready to lead the red, white and blue into the future.
UEFA announced the Champions League draw this week, Asher Kohn breaks down everything you need to know for the group stage.
When a stateside soccer fan is coming down from the high of Portugal’s improbable run to European domination, or Chile gleefully chomp their way through the Copa America Centenario, they are faced with an important, nearly existential question: is MLS … Continued
The US Women’s soccer players have a case against the soccer federation. I mean this both legally, in that they are literally filing a claim against the Federation demanding equal pay, and morally, in that the dominant American women seem … Continued
Pick your poison this weekend: would you rather hope for the best or have nothing to lose? The FIFA break means a double dose of international soccer. The US senior team gets a crack at Guatemala, a cagey nation they … Continued
Glory Glory Man United! The longtime manager of the Premier League club, Sir Alex Ferguson himself, is set for the United States release of his new book on Oct. 6 – Leading. In celebration of the U.S. release, Fergusion is coming … Continued
It didn’t take long for the United States’ women’s soccer team to run away with the World Cup final in Vancouver, as Carli Lloyd completed a hat trick against Japan in just over 15 minutes to put the U.S. comfortably … Continued
For the past 15 years, Hope Solo has had the goalkeeper position for the United States’ Women’s National Soccer Team locked down, proving herself as one of the best in the world. In her tenure as goalie, Solo has helped … Continued
Every minute of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup will air on SiriusXM. (Click here for the full soccer schedule.) The Women’s World Cup, which kicks off June 6th and continues through July 5th, will broadcast on SiriusXM, in collaboration with … Continued