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  • Orlando City crowd larger than 7 of 8 MLS games over the weekend

    Orlando City crowd larger than 7 of 8 MLS games over the weekend
    Orlando City soccer's announced crowd of 20,886 for Saturday night's USL Pro championship game was more than just a record for the franchise and the league. Orlando City is trying to gain a Major League Soccer expansion franchise for Central Florida,...
  • Trinity Prep grad Muller taken No. 15 by San Jose in MLS SuperDraft

    Former Trinity Prep soccer standout Tommy Muller was drafted 15th overall by the San Jose Earthquakes in Thursday’s Major League Soccer SuperDraft. Muller, a senior at Georgetown, helped lead the Hoyas to the college soccer championship game,...
  • Bayern Munich's Julian Green called up by U.S. for Mexico friendly

    Coach Juergen Klinsmann called up a 22-player roster composed almost entirely of Major League Soccer players for the U.S. national team's April 2 friendly with Mexico in Phoenix. But the most interesting selection is one of the three non-MLS players:...
  • Young center backs on U.S. soccer team have a big responsibility

    Before last year, Matt Besler had never played a game for the U.S. soccer team. And when he finally earned his first start, he played next to the Galaxy's Omar Gonzalez, who was making only his third international appearance. Now 14 months and 26...
  • Chris Wondolowski leads the U.S. past South Korea, 2-0

    Chris Wondolowski leads the U.S. past South Korea, 2-0
    With the U.S. in the final stretch before this summer's World Cup, Coach Juergen Klinsmann has challenged his players to step up and make a statement if they want to make the team. Chris Wondolowski proved Saturday that he got the message, scoring goals...
  • Galaxy to face San Jose Earthquakes in preseason game in Fresno

    Galaxy to face San Jose Earthquakes in preseason game in Fresno
    The Galaxy said Wednesday that the club plans a Feb. 15 preseason game in Fresno against Major League Soccer rival San Jose. The game between the Galaxy and the Earthquakes is being dubbed the Central California Cup and is to be played at Chukchansi...
  • Galaxy qualifies for playoffs with 0-0 tie with Earthquakes

    There was nothing for the Galaxy to celebrate until its game ended Sunday night. Seeking its third consecutive Major League Soccer title, the Galaxy played to a 0-0 tie with the San Jose Earthquakes at StubHub Center, good enough for the Galaxy to...
  • Strong Gold Cup could propel former Terp Clarence Goodson to World Cup

    Strong Gold Cup could propel former Terp Clarence Goodson to World Cup
    Clarence Goodson has spent most of his soccer career in the shadows. At Maryland, where Goodson helped lead the Terps to two straight national semifinal appearances in 2002 and 2003, he was often upstaged by his oldest friend and former Northern...
  • U.S. soccer team set to play in front of sellout crowd at M&T Bank Stadium

    U.S. soccer team set to play in front of sellout crowd at M&T Bank Stadium
    The U.S. men's national soccer team's first appearance in Baltimore since 1997 took a couple of interesting twists this week leading up to Sunday's CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinal against El Salvador at M&T Bank Stadium. The first came Wednesday when U....
  • Klinsmann says U.S. has 'a lot of respect for El Salvador' heading into Gold Gup meeting

    Klinsmann says U.S. has 'a lot of respect for El Salvador' heading into Gold Gup meeting
    After the U.S. men's national soccer team lost a friendly to Belgium in May, a disgusted coach Jurgen Klinsmann tried to talk about what positives the Americans could get out of the surprising defeat. “I’d rather play Belgium 10 more times...
  • U.S. striker Wondolowski hoping his 'perfect storm' blows through Baltimore

    U.S. striker Wondolowski hoping his 'perfect storm' blows through Baltimore
    Soccer has long been known for its one-name goal scorers. Fifty years ago, it was a brilliant Brazilian star everyone called Pele. Today, it's an Argentine artist named Lionel but now known by his last name: Messi. Just saying their names evokes images of...