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Soccer’s biggest star, Lionel Messi, watches with a foot injury as Argentina dominates El Salvador at FedEx Field, 2-0.
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Argentina wins, fans lose. Chris Pontius scores, United triumphs.
New costume is kid, friendly, athletically inclined, and jacked up.
The match was allowed to go on, but was disrupted again when another Russian player was hit by a thrown object from the stands.
Lionel Messi might not play because of a foot injury. D.C. United is home against the champion Galaxy. The Spirit has a preseason match. And the Kickers kick off.
GIRLS’ SOCCER | The 10th-ranked Vikings make the most of the extra period against a nonconference foe with Caitlin Sullivan’s game-winner.
The league will play a full slate this weekend despite conflicts with the international schedule — a boost for D.C. United vs. the L.A. Galaxy.
The backflips should’ve sufficed.
While other leagues around the world shut down, MLS continues to play through international fixture dates.
Advertised as a 4 p.m. start Saturday, Argentina-El Salvador will not kick off until 4:36 at FedEx Field. D.C. United hosts the Los Angeles Galaxy at RFK Stadium at 7.
Pele, Maradona, Cruyff, Zidane, Messi, Ronaldo ... who is the greatest?
The Portuguese star took a break from practicing for a Euro 2016 qualifier against Serbia to surprise Ricardo Quaresma.
Of course, lots of fans were checking out the soccer god.
Nicklas Bendtner completed a hat trick as the Americans continued to concede late goals under Jurgen Klinsmann.
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BOYS’ SOCCER | After building a reputation as an underdog bracket buster, the Bobcats seek to become a consistent force.
GIRLS’ SOCCER | After losing several top goal scorers, the Bobcats will rely on possession and their defensive prowess as they begin their Virginia 6A state title defense.
ON SOCCER | The world’s best soccer player brings his extraordinary skills and magnificent feet to the D.C. area for the first time with the Argentine national team.
The Dalkurd team opted out of the fatal flight last minute because of its long layover.
La Liga President Javier Tebas is contemplating fining or suspending the Real Madrid star, but should he?
GIRLS’ SOCCER | Highlanders earn a 3-2 win at Stone Bridge thanks to late heroics at end of regulation and OT.
Leading to Saturday’s friendly vs. El Salvador at FedEx Field, La Albiceleste trained in front of several hundred fans.
The team announced it will wear black armbands during Wednesday’s friendly against Australia.
Mahdi Abdul Zahra, 19, played on Iraq’s under-23 team.
The Mexican-born rookie midfielder could not play Sunday against the Red Bulls and might not be available this weekend against the Los Angeles Galaxy.
U.S. national team faces Denmark, World Cup champion Germany hosts Australia, Mexico vs. Ecuador and dozens more matches to see.
Barcelona’s 2-1 victory over Real Madrid is worth a party.
Bradley Wright-Phillips recorded a goal and assist as New York overran its rivals at Red Bull Arena.
After a two-week break, United resumes MLS play by reuniting with the archrival Red Bulls in Harrison, N.J.
Let’s see what happens in El Clasico.
Rubio Rubin scored his 3rd goal of Eredivisie season, Tim Howard earned victory for Everton and Fabian Johnson helped Moenchengladbach upset Bayern Munich.
With MLS season just underway, European- and Mexican-based players comprise the bulk of the American squad.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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