Former U.S. national team captain Claudio Reyna and goalie Tony Meola have been elected to the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame. Published February 29 2012
American World Cup star Alex Morgan has signed with the Seattle Sounders of the W-League, pending official approval from U.S. Soccer. Published February 29 2012
While women's professional soccer in the United States at the highest level is at a standstill and struggling, women's amateur soccer is flourishing. Published February 28 2012
D.C. United has added to its goalkeeping stable, signing former Chicago Fire goalie Andrew Dykstra. Published February 27 2012
Just when he finally reached peak fitness and was settling in with a top-flight club Oguchi Onyewu has been hit with another serious injury. Published February 22 2012
D.C. United and Dwayne De Rosario have finally come to turns. Published February 20 2012
PPL Park, the home of the Philadelphia Union, will host an international exhibition match between the national teams of Ghana and Chile on February 29 at 7:00 p.m. Published February 17 2012
Landon Donovan was picked as the Everton's player of the month for January. Published February 16 2012
After winning the Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea Zambia rose 28 places to No. 43 in the latest FIFA rankings released today. Published February 15 2012
The U.S. men’s team will begin its path to the 2014 World Cup with a game in Florida. Published February 15 2012
Want a good test to prepare for World Cup qualifying? Why not go up against the very best? That's what the U.S. national team will do. Published February 9 2012
Just hours after Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp was cleared by a British jury for tax evasion today, England coach Fabio Capello resigned. Published February 8 2012
American defender Harry Keough, who was at the center of it all when soccer history was made, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 84 at his home in St. Louis. Published February 7 2012
IFA, soccer's world governing body, has decided to donate financial aid of $250,000 to the families of the victims of last week’s tragedy in Port Said (Egypt) following the game between Al Masry and Al Ahly. Published February 7 2012
Tragedy has once again struck the world of soccer. Reports out of Egypt say that at least 74 people have been killed and 1,000 hurt, in fights between rival fans following a soccer game in the Egyptian seaside city of Port Said. Published February 1 2012
FIFA's rule-making board will take up eight proposals and amendments to the Laws of the Game next month, including allowing a fourth substitution to be used for games that go into extra time. Published February 1 2012
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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