Throughout the month of October, thousands of amateur soccer players will be in Miami to compete for a spot on a professional team.
As the U.S. appetite for soccer grows, more American kids are harboring dreams of becoming the next David Beckham or Leo Messi. Their aspirations, realistic or not, have not gone unnoticed by top international teams, which are trying to capitalize financially.
LA Galaxy forward and MLS legend Landon Donovan announced his retirement on Thursday. Although he’s calling it quits on the pitch, may we still see Donovan stay around the game (or not)?
Although their fates remain a mystery, these few moments of glory will always be remembered…by them.
To many-a-fan’s dismay, some players were noticeably ‘out of it’ and even collapsed after sustaining a head injury during play. While getting injured is something that can happen in any sport, certain protocols need to be followed to ensure player safety.
It’s the Fourth of July, and while America may be out of the World Cup, soccer-enthusiasts are still gathering to watch the games.
Belgium defeated the U.S. 2-1 in full time and deflated the American hype and furor around our new favorite sport-of-the-moment. Although we won’t see the USMNT contend for the title, good times and camaraderie were had by all.
The first of a pair of major soccer announcements for South Florida will take place Tuesday at Sun Life Stadium. The first announcement will reveal the teams that have agreed to take part in the 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup.
Negotiations are set to begin Tuesday between Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s office and soccer icon David Beckham’s team of investors for the construction of a new soccer-only stadium in the Magic City.
International soccer star David Beckham wants to bring a Major League Soccer team to Miami, but needs a home. After touring Sun Life Stadium, FIU Stadium, and Marlins Park, Beckham has a plan, according to the London Mirror.