MLS Expansions Teams To Be Announced Next Week

Major cities across America have been bidding for an MLS expansion team for months. Last week, commissioner Don Garber and the league’s Expansion Committee narrowed its search down to four finalists. Those finalists included Cincinnati, Detroit, Nashville, and Sacramento. On December 6th, the groups leading the charge for these expansion bids made their final presentations to the committee. The committee members, along with the commissioner, … Continue reading MLS Expansions Teams To Be Announced Next Week

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Ranking Elite Eight Teams In NCAA Soccer Tournament

The Elite Eight portion of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament gets underway on December 1st. Fordham is the only unranked team to find itself in the elite eight – can the Rams pull of another upset en route to Talent Energy Stadium for the championship? Here is a ranking of the eight teams remaining in the tournament. 1. Wake Forest The Demon Deacons entered the … Continue reading Ranking Elite Eight Teams In NCAA Soccer Tournament

Top 5 Contenders For Men’s Division I Soccer Championship

And then there were 16. After two rounds of the men’s division I soccer championship bracket, the upcoming matches are all set to begin on November 25th. There have been some upsets thus far – Wisconsin took down 12th ranked Notre Dame and 8th seeded Clemson fell to unranked Coastal Carolina. While highly-ranked teams like Michigan and Georgetown were unexpectedly eliminated, many top programs continue … Continue reading Top 5 Contenders For Men’s Division I Soccer Championship

Men’s Division I Soccer Championship Bracket Released

The NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee released the official championship bracket on Monday. Three of the top-four seeds are traditional soccer powerhouses in Indiana, North Carolina, and Louisville. Wake Forest was awarded the tournament’s number one seed, adding yet another cherry on top of a dream season so far for the Demon Deacons. Wake Forest #1 Seed Last year’s national runner-up continued its domination … Continue reading Men’s Division I Soccer Championship Bracket Released

MLS Conference Championships Are Set

The MLS Playoffs have certainly had some entertaining surprises thus far, and there is still plenty of soccer to be played. The Knockout Round kicked off a couple weeks back with seeds 3 through 6 battling it out in a single match to decide who advances to the Conference Semifinals. The East saw a couple upsets, while the West played out as expected. On Sunday, … Continue reading MLS Conference Championships Are Set

Detroit Group Proposes New Amendment To MLS Expansion Request

As Major League Soccer continues to grow, groups are being assembled all across the United States to place a bid for the next expansion team. The MLS playoffs are getting heated, as the four conference finalists will be determined after this weekend’s matches. The battle for one of the two expansion bids that will be awarded in December is also getting intense. MLS commissioner Don … Continue reading Detroit Group Proposes New Amendment To MLS Expansion Request

The Impact of Decision Day 2017

Major League Soccer is gaining popularity at a rapid rate in North America. Despite Team USA failing to qualify for the World Cup, MLS had itself a record-breaking season highlighted by an expansion team finishing among the league’s best. Sunday was the final day of the season, also known as Decision Day. There were a number of teams playing for their playoff lives, and the … Continue reading The Impact of Decision Day 2017

USMNT Head Coach Bruce Arena Resigns

U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Bruce Arena resigned from his position late last week. The move did not come as a shock to American soccer fans as the USMNT failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. America’s 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago all but finalized Arena’s disappointing tenure as club manager. Arena’s Coaching Tenure Arena took over the National Team after Jurgen … Continue reading USMNT Head Coach Bruce Arena Resigns

USMNT Misses World Cup For First Time Since 1986

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 will go down as one of the most disappointing nights in United States soccer history, as the men’s national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. It is the first time the team has failed to do so since 1986. In fact, USMNT goalkeeper Tim Howard was the only starter on the team that was even alive the last … Continue reading USMNT Misses World Cup For First Time Since 1986

USMNT’s World Cup Lives On The Line This Weekend

Following Jurgen Klinsmann’s dismissal as the United States head coach, Bruce Arena stepped in and led the national team to a 14-game winning streak and a Gold Cup title. Things were shifting in the right direction, and it looked like Team USA was going to be a lock to make the World Cup. Fast forward a few months, and USMNT is coming off a 2-0 … Continue reading USMNT’s World Cup Lives On The Line This Weekend