By: Daniel Karell | July 17, 2014 6:04 pm ET
The Portland Timbers have acquired a midfielder on-loan, while the Vancouver Whitecaps have signed two players to homegrown contracts.
The U.S. Open Cup is down to eight teams as the quarterfinals go down on Wednesday night.
The U.S. Women’s national team continue to prepare for their title defense at next year’s World Cup, with the Tournament of Nations coming at the end of the month. Before another national team (…)
Miami MLS investor Jorge Mas claims the New England Revolution have plans for a downtown Boston soccer stadium.
Mike Petke’s rant about replay is more than justified considering the system’s shortcomings in MLS.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. —This was supposed to be a bounce back year for the LA Galaxy after they missed the playoffs last year for the first time in nearly a decade, but their 2018 campaign got off to a rocky (…)
The Domenec Torrent era is in full swing at New York City FC, and the club formerly run by Patrick Vieira is responding very well to its new coach. NYCFC’s 2-0 win over the Columbus Crew pushed its record (…)
Liverpool’s need for a goalkeeper upgraded is no secret, and it now appears clear who the Reds see as the solution to their problem in goal. The Reds have tabled an almost $70 million bid for Roma and (…)
Following Saturday’s postgame rant regarding MLS refereeing, Mike Petke took to Twitter to apologize. Kind of.
A match headlined by Gianluigi Buffon’s debut ended poorly for Timothy Weah and Paris Saint-Germain.