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Top 5 must-see soccer games on TV this weekend

Posted on by Matt Jones
Norwich City's Nathan Redmond v Ipswich

It’s all about survival in European soccer this weekend, with the key clashes in various divisions set to determine which teams will stay up. In England, the quest to preserve top-flight status will go down to the final day. Elsewhere, the … Continue reading

Listen to Soccer Morning live from 9-10:15am

Posted on by Alex Muller

Today’s Soccer Morning features the latest news and listener calls. You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page at During the show, you can tweet your questions or observations live to @soccermorning Or … Continue reading

Manchester United to play San Jose Earthquakes at UC Berkeley

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United has announced the location of its July 21 friendly against San Jose Earthquakes. The Premier League club will play the match as part of the International Champions Cup at California Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University … Continue reading

What’s your second favorite soccer league? [POLL]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Depending on who your favorite team is, you probably watch the majority of games from that league. But outside of your favorite team that plays in that league, which is the league that you next enjoy watching matches from the … Continue reading

Maldini tackles Beckham in Miami – should MLS be worried? By Simon Evans

Posted on by Simon Evans

The North American Soccer League hates being called a ‘second division’ and so the turn of phrase used by Italy’s venerable daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport on Thursday will have cheered the league’s commission Bill Peterson. Reporting the announcement that … Continue reading

Listen to Soccer Morning live from 9-10:15am with Andy Edwards

Posted on by Alex Muller

Today’s Soccer Morning features an interview with Andy Edwards. Edwards will be on the show to discuss last night’s 6 goal thriller between Sporting Kansas City and New England, as well as to discuss Benny Feilhaber’s form and whether Sporting … Continue reading

Why NASL expansion to Miami smacks of desperation; By Kartik Krishnaiyer

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

NASL’s announcement of an expansion team in Miami beginning in 2016 was met with a wide range of opinions and a certain degree of shock among the American soccer intelligentsia. The new club, Miami FC, which shares the same name of … Continue reading

Why Jozy Altidore’s latest hamstring injury is worrying for US team; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

For Toronto FC supporters, Jozy Altidore injury news rates as “concerning” more than “fall over alarming.” Major League Soccer’s campaign is long and winding, and the playoff format is overly forgiving, if we are being honest. The well-paid young striker … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season. 1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins … Continue reading

Interview with Miami Fusion’s Vincenzo Bernardo

Posted on by Drew Farmer

In 2014, after more than six years of playing soccer in Italy, Austria and Guatemala, Vincenzo Bernardo returned to the US. Signed by Miami United FC, Bernardo put together a stellar season for the club during its National Premier Soccer … Continue reading

Florida boosted by rising attendances in Orlando, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville and Fort Lauderdale

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

This past weekend, Florida was the showcase home of professional soccer in the United States. On Saturday, the Tampa Bay Rowdies defeated the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in front of a near-sellout crowd at the newly renovated Al Lang Stadium in … Continue reading

What LAFC’s stadium means for MLS; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

MLS supporters drool over big names who might one day grace the league. We bicker over managers and, increasingly, about the front office deciders who make the juicy personnel calls. We love to go a few rounds over broadcast talent. … Continue reading

Listen to Soccer Morning from 9-10:15am ET with Tom Marshall and Kevin Baxter

Posted on by Alex Muller

Today’s Soccer Morning features guests Tom Marshall and Kevin Baxter. Marshall will be on the show to discuss Liguilla playoffs and Cubo Torres’ sexual assault allegations. Meanwhile, LA Times journalist Kevin Baxter will discuss LAFC and the stadium announcement that … Continue reading

MLS attendances up 11% compared to last season

Posted on by Peter C

In a weekend of MLS matches, the attendances at DC United, FC Dallas and Montreal Impact were not terrific. The rest of the clubs did well with the exception of Philadelphia, who drew below their normal 18,000+. Orlando drew Seattle-like … Continue reading

On MLS expansion, the NASL, and why they remind us of US soccer fans’ insecurity

Posted on by Neil Blackmon

The setting is a magisterial April evening in Orlando, and even in the press box, the sing-song chorus of the purple-hued Orlando City supporters groups “manning the wall” at the refurbished Florida Citrus Bowl are riotous and audible. Once again, the … Continue reading

Join Jason Davis and Jared DuBois for FC Dallas vs RBNY on Rabble at 9pm ET

Posted on by Alex Muller

Join Jason Davis and Jared DuBois for tonight’s broadcast of the FC Dallas against New York Red Bulls game. Turn on UniMas, mute your TV and listen to Jason and Jared discussing the game. Mute the TV and listen to … Continue reading

Top 5 must-see soccer games on TV this weekend

Posted on by Matt Jones

With the majority of title races wrapped up in European football’s most prestigious leagues, focus has shifted to other facets of various divisions as soccer fans go in search of some excitement late on in the campaign. One league that still … Continue reading

Defusing the myth of MLS soccer stadiums that are ‘difficult places to play’; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

Clichés are bad enough in sports broadcasting and writing. But the very worst among them: the clichés that aren’t even true. It’s a double whammy of awful. This is one of my real pet peeves in soccer journalism and broadcasting. … Continue reading