Togo has been banned from the 2012 and 2014 African Cup of Nations after pulling out of the current edition following a terrorist attack on the team bus. Published January 30 2010
It's a sad day for women's soccer. The Sol has closed up shop after just one season. Published January 29 2010
Major League Soccer and the MLSr Players Union have agreed to continue to negotiate talks through February 12 Published January 28 2010
D.C. United announced its preseason schedule. Players report to RFK Stadium tomorrow for fitness testing. Published January 28 2010
D.C. United players are about town this weekend. Published January 28 2010
The Seattle Sounders sell almost 32,000 season tickets. Published January 28 2010
Mexico will prepare for the World Cup with a tour of six games in the United States starting in February and ending on May 13th. Published January 28 2010
There are still plenty of World Cup tickets for sale for the World Cup finals in South Africa this summer. About 1 million of the 3 million tickets are still left to buy with just five months to go before the finals. Published January 27 2010
American striker Landon Donovan scored his first goal in the English Premier League to help his club Everton down Sunderland 2-0 Published January 27 2010
American team midfielder Stuart Holden is now a Bolton Wanderers player. Published January 26 2010
English Premier League club Bolton Wanderers are expected to sign American star Stuart Holden Published January 25 2010
Former D.C. United coach Bruce Arena is named to the National Soccer Hall of Fame Published January 24 2010
The countdown to the 2010 World Cup begins tomorrow night when the U.S. team takes on Honduras in a friendly at the Home Depot Center. Published January 22 2010
Major League Soccer clubs can officially begin preseason training today. Published January 22 2010
D.C. United has acquired 22-year old Floribert N'Galula a former reserve player with Manchester United. Published January 21 2010
Arsenal, the club that rarely starts English players, sits at the top of the English Premier League. Published January 21 2010
American midfielder Clint Dempsey will not need surgery on his injured knee and could be back in action quicker than was first thought. Published January 20 2010
The earthquake in Haiti has claimed at least 30 members of the Haitian Football Federation Published January 20 2010
Mali scores seven goal but is eliminated on the head-to-head tiebreaker Published January 19 2010
D.C. United has acquired Australian target man Danny Allsopp Published January 18 2010
John Haydon has covered soccer for The Washington Times for two decades. He has reported on international soccer events in Germany, South Korea and Spain. John hails from Birmingham, England and has lived in the Washington D.C. region for ...Read More
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