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The Everton goalkeeper sets a record for saves in Europa League competition.
Raiders hand the Bulldogs their first loss in a Prince George’s 4A showdown.
GIRLS’ SOCCER | Sophomore Sheyenne Bonnick uses her speed to score four goals and lead Eleanor Roosevelt to a key early-season win over the rival Bulldogs.
This is why FIFA can’t have nice things.
MLS new logo. U.S. vs. Mexico women’s friendly. Women’s World Cup qualifying. FIFA rankings. CONCACAF Champions League. NCAA soccer.
Updating the performances of American soccer players abroad.
GIRLS’ SOCCER | South River discovered a new offensive option by moving junior Bella Schenk from midfield to forward; Good Counsel, O’Connell lose in California.
BOYS’ SOCCER | Because The Heights is independent, there’s no postseason for the team. That makes the regular season count more.
Ben Olsen’s new contract? Americans abroad results & schedule. UEFA and CONCACAF Champions League on TV. GW upsets Navy.
The MLS commissioner and Los Angeles Galaxy head coach at odds again.
United moves to the verge of the CONCACAF quarterfinals by defeating Waterhouse, 2-1, in Kingston, Jamaica.
Michael Heitzmann pushed across the winning goal with a penalty kick in extra time for the Hawks.
BOYS’ SOCCER | River Hill’s Michael Heitzmann avenges his penalty kick miss from last season’s game against Howard with an overtime winner.
Now that the MLS roster deadline has passed, we look back at acquisitions that helped turn a 3-win squad into the Eastern Conference leaders.
Bubble soccer is indoor soccer with one major difference: Players run around wearing giant, inflated “bubbles” that look like see-through beach balls.
The UEFA Champions League group stage opens today, while the CONCACAF version is in a pivotal stretch. Philadelphia hosts Seattle for the Open Cup trophy.
The MLS Eastern Conference leaders visit Jamaica to face Waterhouse in group play.
Brazilian soccer fans have followed the Japanese practice. This is way more beneficial to society than rioting after games.
Virginia and Virginia Tech women are among nation’s best, while George Mason, American and Navy men have started well.
Really, the soccer star just wants to be able to keep cheering for Andy Murray.
So much for an experiment that never really worked.
Toronto FC, the Portland Timbers and D.C. United were not happy with the officiating -- and rightfully so.
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Brad Guzan and Aston Villa continued their fine start, while Brek Shea debuted with Birmingham and Julian Green began his Hamburg loan.
The new get-ups are as brilliant as they sound.
Faster-paced teams are better at scoring goals ... up to a point.
Two big MLS showdowns, Premier League, Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid, U.S. women’s national team vs. Mexico, college games in the area.
For the first time since October 2013, Chris Pontius played in a game for D.C. United on Wednesday night.
The Cruzcampo brewery, which handed out the 1,600-liter award, is also a tournament sponsor.
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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