ALL POSTS TAGGED "concacaf"

CONCACAF

/ 31 days ago

2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final to be played at SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles is the host of next summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup Final. The state-of-the-art facility in the LA suburbs is also a location of several World Cup games in 2026. National Football League's Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers currently call the arena home. "SoFi Stadium is a world class venue […]
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CONCACAF

/ 124 days ago

CONCACAF needs to improve on the competitiveness for women

Once again, the United States claimed the CONCACAF W Championship. A hard-fought win over Canada a week ago secured the Americans' ninth title in the competition's 11-year history. The competition launched in 1991, with Canada winning in 1998 and 2010. Now, the CONCACAF W Championship doubles as World Cup and Olympic qualifying for nations in […]

CONCACAF

/ 144 days ago

Haiti's women footballers dream of international success

Monterrey (Mexico) (AFP) – They may be considered international minnows, but women footballers from Haiti hope to finally make their mark on the world stage, helped by their experience playing professionally in Europe. The move across the Atlantic has been challenging for members of the national team, said Nerilia Mondesir, who has played in France since […]
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USWNT

/ 158 days ago

CBS to bring on-site coverage of CONCACAF W Championship

CBS has announced its coverage of the CONCACAF W Championship scheduled for July in Mexico City. With eight teams competing and spots at the 2023 World Cup and 2024 Olympics at stake, there is much to play for. Plus, the women's soccer scene in North America is one of the strongest in the world. Therefore, […]

Preview: USMNT road struggles on center stage at El Salvador

Three of the four games during this June window have gone quite well for the USMNT. First, Cincinnati hosted a solid 3-0 friendly win over World Cup-bound Morocco. Then, there was a 0-0 friendly draw with quality South American side Uruguay in Kansas City. After that game, the mentality change slightly. Friendlies finished, and competitive […]
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USA-Grenada preview: USMNT begins Nations League defense

This final round of home games for the USMNT has gotten off to as good of a start as could have been hoped for when these games were announced. A resounding 3-0 win over Morocco was followed up with a much tougher test against Uruguay and the US held their own in grinding out a […]

USA vs Grenada on TV: Coverage details for Nations League

USA vs Grenada is on TV in the United States Friday, June 10, in both English- and Spanish-language coverage. In the United States, coverage of the CONCACAF Nations League bounces around. For the most part, coverage airs on Paramount+. That is, at least, the case for any nation that is not the United States. In […]

Uncategorized

/ 209 days ago

What is the best international competition outside the World Cup?

Indisputably, the FIFA World Cup is the best international competition in soccer. Frankly, it is the best competition regardless of sport on the planet. However, the beauty of soccer is that it does not just revolve around the World Cup. International teams go head-to-head with their neighbors from their continent every four years, more or […]

USMNT

/ 241 days ago

USMNT World Cup issues need to be solved before Qatar 2022

After failing to qualify for the World Cup in 2017, the U.S. Men's National Team (USMNT) faced a reality check. The first goal, and the only goal in the wake of that game against Trinidad & Tobago, was to get back to the World Cup. Prior to Russia 2018, the U.S. qualified for every World […]

USMNT squad depth takes center stage in last qualifying window

The USMNT squad depth is a hot talking point, only put further under the microscope recently. With the United States on the verge of qualifying got the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, major names are missing from the team sheet. Brenden Aaronson, Weston McKennie, Sergiño Dest and Matt Turner, who all played major roles throughout […]

World Cup

/ 249 days ago

Why European nations don't deserve more World Cup places

In November of this year, 13 teams hailing from UEFA begin their quest for a World Cup trophy. That means of the 32 nations represented at the World Cup, just under half come from Europe. Europe, for its sake, is the hub of soccer in the world. It may not be the most vibrant or […]