Monday, March 30, 2015
Barcelona midfielder Xavi has claimed his trip to Qatar was personal not professional, despite ongoing rumors he will join Al Sadd.
The two U.S. women's national team strikers were part of a massive trade, though Wambach's Seattle debut will be delayed because she is temporarily stepping away from the club g...
Chris Tierney and Kelyn Rowe headline our Best XI for Week 4 after New England's 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.
The NASL side pulled off a coup by signing the rising star who was tipped to move to Europe or sign with MLS.
Jordan Allen salvaged three points for Real Salt Lake on Sunday in a dramatic finale against Toronto FC.
Sunday's goalscorer predicted he would get a goal in Sunday's contest and helped his club to its first win of the season.
The 19-year-old opened his account with a late goal that gave his club its first win of the season.
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Switzerland hosts a United States side that has lost four of its past five matches including a late collapse against Denmark.
Spanish star David Villa sat out NYCFC's match Saturday, and his team failed to find the net without him in a 1-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City.
The Stanford star will join up with the USA to replace the injured AZ striker.
The veterans haven't been on the score sheet too often in recent seasons, but they stepped up late against the LA Galaxy on Saturday.
Despite Portland’s domination in large spells, Vancouver finds a way to claim a third-straight victory to start the season.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
New York City FC lost David Villa before kickoff and its first game of the season against Sporting KC.
The Impact bemoaned the manner in which they conceded two quick-fire goals in a home draw with Orlando City.
The second pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft was injured early in D.C. United's match against the LA Galaxy.
Last season's MLS Cup runner-up grabbed its first win of 2015 in its fourth attempt, thanks to a brace from the midfielder.
The U.S. winger plays for a second-tier Minnesota United franchise that will be making the jump to MLS in 2018.
Freddy Adu, once dubbed the 'next Pele', has signed for Finnish top-flight side Kuopion Palloseura.
The former U.S. international has moved to a Scandinavian team for the first time in his career.
With the international fixture period leaving more than 50 MLS players missing action, here is a look at the players who could make the most of their opportunity.