Friday, May 29, 2015
Midfielder Sophie Schmidt dazzled the home crowd as Canada defeated England 1-0 on Friday.
El Tri will begin Saturday's friendly without some of its most experienced outfield players.
Jonas Gutierrez and Ryan Taylor will leave Newcastle United when their contracts expire next month, the club has confirmed.
Following his release from a Trinidad and Tobago jail, former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has questioned the charges he faces.
The club will purchase the stadium site for the city and build a larger facility than initially planned, it announced Friday.
The 79-year-old won the FIFA presidential after Prince Ali conceded after the first round of voting, leaving many wondering why he was selected to a fifth term.
Sepp Blatter won a fifth term as FIFA president on Friday, but former candidate Luis Figo has already led the calls for his resignation.
The president of U.S. Soccer offered his congratulations to the re-elected FIFA president, but promised to continue to fight for reform.
Departing Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is eager to shun the spotlight during his DFB-Pokal final swansong.
After keeping Aston Villa in the Premier League, Tim Sherwood shifts his focus to lifting the FA Cup in Saturday's final against Arsenal.
Seeking a valuable home win before an extended road trip, Vancouver is aware of the need to claim points versus Real Salt Lake.
A bigger challenge in the Champions League final is in sight, but first champion Juventus must round off its Serie A season at Verona.
It would take a catastrophe for Santos to lose the Liga MX final after Javier Orozco put in a clutch performance in a 5-0 first leg win, writes Jon Arnold.
As the lone American on FIFA's executive committee and one of the leading figures in CONCACAF, the U.S. Soccer president has his hands full trying to clean up dueling messes.
Mexico and Guatemala will meet in an international friendly in Chiapas on Saturday.
On the day of the FIFA presidential election, New Zealand announced it would support Prince Ali bin al-Hussein.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
The United States Soccer Federation has withdrawn its support for the current FIFA president ahead of Friday's presidential election.
Luis Suarez's international ban could be appealed by a Uruguayan footballers union amid the crisis sweeping through FIFA.
MLS side Houston Dynamo were disappointed their friendly against Manchester City was called off.
Friendlies against the Netherlands and Germany await for the U.S. national team, leaving the coach with the decision of whether to call in a younger or older roster..