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Leagues: Major League Soccer

MLS unable to generate TV ratings boost from Women’s World Cup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On a rare day last month when there were no Women’s World Cup or Copa America games played due to rest days in the tournaments, MLS had the perfect opportunity to ride the wave from the record Women’s World Cup and Copa … Continue reading

10 best mobile apps for soccer fans

Posted on by Harry Cee

One of the best parts about the continued growth of soccer in the United States is the ability to watch it on-the-go. There are more mobile options to watch games than ever before, but with it comes more things to … Continue reading

How Steven Gerrard’s life in LA compares to Liverpool [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Arguably the greatest English footballer of the 21st century, Steven Gerrard has invaded America. After making his LA Galaxy debut in the International Champions Cup followed by a second half outing in the US Open Cup earlier this week, Gerrard … Continue reading

Louis Van Gaal criticizes condition of Seattle Sounders field

Posted on by PA Sport

Louis van Gaal criticized the state of the pitch at the CenturyLink Field in Seattle after Manchester United beat Club America on the same surface that hosted a One Direction concert earlier this week. United made a solid start to … Continue reading

DC United’s trade for Alvaro Saborio will boost Eastern Conference title chances

Posted on by Peter Muller

DC United’s signing of Alvaro Saborio on Thursday from Real Salt Lake fills a glaring hole in the club’s attacking front and bolsters their chances of repeating as Eastern Division champions with the chance to make a deep run into … Continue reading

Giovani Dos Santos signing reminds everyone the Galaxy are MLS Cup favorites

Posted on by Drew Farmer

If the Los Angeles Galaxy weren’t the favourites to win the 2015 MLS Cup, and why wouldn’t they be after winning three in the last four seasons, than they certainly should be now.  Not only did the Galaxy sign Steven … Continue reading

Match preview – USA vs. Cuba Gold Cup quarterfinal

Posted on by Lawrence Dockery

It’s time for the US to start playing up to its full potential.  The time for experimenting and messing around is over.  It’s the knockout rounds where one slip up can send you home early.  After an unconvincing group stage … Continue reading

Giovani dos Santos signing is a win-win for the L.A. Galaxy; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

The ability of splashy stars to drive attendance in Major League Soccer has long been overstated. The evidence over 20 years just doesn’t support the narrative that adding one big star from Europe or Mexico will significantly move the attendance … Continue reading

The reaction from US soccer media to US Senate hearing on corruption in soccer

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The timing of yesterday’s announcement that Giovani Dos Santos had officially signed for LA Galaxy was impeccable. Less than five minutes after the US Senate panel hearing on corruption in international soccer had ended, MLS’ LA Galaxy changed the conversation … Continue reading

Jurgen Klinsmann, Jozy Altidore and theories of dark motives; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

Jurgen Klinsmann doesn’t like MLS players, right? It’s so obvious! (Well, except for all those he took to Brazil last year … way more than Bob Bradley took to South Africa in 2010. But never mind that!) Jurgen Klinsmann plays … Continue reading

Despite Gold Cup exit, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Canadian soccer

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter

Watching Canada’s men’s program struggle through another Gold Cup group stage, without scoring a goal, makes me wonder whether the program will ever get it right. Canada once made a World Cup in 1986, won the Gold Cup in 2000, and … Continue reading

Too many flaws with the MLS All-Star game in fan and commissioner selections; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

Major League Soccer All-Star team selection is always a tricky mix of fan popularity and entertainment value, held tenuously together with a blessed twine of pragmatism. On the popularity and entertainment front, MLS’s mid-summer event is no different than other … Continue reading

MLS attendances are 12% greater than 2014 so far

Posted on by Peter C

In attendances at MLS games, strong numbers are becoming routine for New York City FC, Orlando City SC, Philadelphia Union, San Jose Earthquakes and Vancouver Whitecaps. There was also a good turnout in Bridgeview for the Chicago Fire, while attendances … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS Gameweek 19

Posted on by Abe Asher

Here are the ten things we learned from week nineteen of the 2015 MLS season. 1. Hats Off To Jim Curtin Jim Curtin, without a doubt, has the hardest managerial job in Major League Soccer. Ask any Union fan, or … Continue reading

MLS changes rules to benefit LA Galaxy

Posted on by Earl Reed

You will be hard-pressed to find people involved in soccer in the US (aside from a few of the Owners’ Boxes) who believe that Major League Soccer’s salary structure should remain in it’s current form. But yet again, MLS is getting it all wrong, this … Continue reading

NYCFC and New York Red Bulls to feature floats in USWNT ticker tape parade

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

A ticker tape parade through the streets of New York City to celebrate the U.S. Women’s National Team’s World Cup victory will feature floats from New York City FC and New York Red Bulls despite neither MLS team having any affiliation with the USWNT. … Continue reading

New MLS team Atlanta United FC reveal logo, branding and colors [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

MLS expansion team have unveiled their logo, branding and colors. With a voiceover by Jon Champion, the video below provides a glimpse of what Atlanta United FC is all about, including shots of their stadium and what makes the MLS … Continue reading