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The soccer league begins its 20th season Friday with the Los Angeles Galaxy hosting the Chicago Fire.
A Texas high schooler hits a volley from 35 yards out as the buzzer sounds.
The Real Madrid superstar mimes and moonwalks to celebrate his expanding empire.
Amid labor negotiations, United gathered itself for 2-1 victory against Alajuelense. The Costa Rican side advanced on aggregate, 6-4.
Season will begin as scheduled this weekend with 10 matches.
Barcelona went on to score two more to make it into their fifth Copa del Rey final in the last seven seasons.
With season set to begin Friday, labor and management continue working on collective bargaining agreement.
The team and more than 20,000 fans offered him a heartfelt goodbye.
With three days until the season is scheduled to start, players and management appear far apart in labor talks.
The NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year is confident that if he didn’t take up American football, he would’ve succeeded at the European variety.
D.C. United will make its 2015 RFK Stadium debut with a formidable task: defeating Alajuelense by three goals.
First-choice goalkeeper Bill Hamid appears to have recovered from an aggravated back injury. Markus Halsti, however, remains out with a sprained knee.
As sides in impasse remain locked in negotiations, D.C. United union rep Bobby Boswell says the players have made concessions on key issues.
Midfielder is suspended while investigation is underway.
We salute you, Andrew Paterson.
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Fabian Johnson scores for Moenchengladbach, but many other U.S. players are inactive.
Batman got a yellow card for his efforts.
The study “shows a really quite gruesome picture” of Russian fan behavior.
FIFA could get infinitely more money from a U.S. television network if it holds off on the U.S. hosting the event until 2030 or 2034.
Bad. Very bad. 5-2 bad. Second leg at RFK next week. Cheeky analysis and player ratings ...
D.C. United looks every bit a team that hadn’t played a competitive match in more than three months after being trampled by Costa Rican club Alajuelense, 5-2, in a Champion’s League quarterfinal.
With season scheduled to begin next Friday, players’ union and league will meet with federal mediator in efforts to reach collective bargaining agreement.
Lionel Messi and Argentina would play El Salvador at FedEx Field, a few hours before United’s MLS match at RFK Stadium.
FIFA’s already said no.
This is hardly the first time changes to a soccer team’s crest has caused an uproar, but it might be the silliest.
It’s the third time this season the Greek government has shut down the leagues over security concerns.
Six weeks of preseason will have to suffice for Coach Ben Olsen and D.C. United against an Alajuelense squad in mid-season form.
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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