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Women’s World Cup individual tickets to start at $20.15
Individual tickets to the 2015 Women's World Cup will go on sale beginning in February on the FIFA website with a base starting price of $20.15. The general public on-sale date will coincide with the 100-day countdown beginning on February 26.
Orlando City SC expands partnership with North American Office Solutions
Orlando City Soccer Club today announced its newest partner, North American Office Solutions. The full service copier dealership has signed a multi-year agreement to become an Official Partner of Orlando City during its inaugural Major League Soccer (MLS) season.
New York Cosmos to play match at Coney Island’s MCU Park in 2015
The New York Cosmos announced today that the club will play a regular season game in 2015 at Coney Island’s MCU Park.
Alexandre Leitão named CEO of Orlando City SC
Orlando City SC has announced that Orlando City board of director and former President of Octagon Latin America Alexandre Leitão has been named the Club's Chief Executive Officer effectively immediately.
U.S. Soccer to host second annual U-17 Women’s NTC Invitational
For the second consecutive year, U.S. Soccer will host a four-team Under-17 women’s international tournament at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California. This year’s event will run from Feb 11-15 as the USA will host Japan, Mexico and Canada in the 2015 U-17 Women’s NTC Invitational.
USWNT: Hope Solo’s latest drama goads U.S. Soccer officials into public warning
Hope Solo is a game-changing talent, one of the top players of her generation and perhaps the best goalkeeper in women's soccer history. But the latest in her steady accrual of ugly incidents and untoward headlines finally drove U.S. Soccer to discipline her last week, raising troubling questions about the fragility of the USWNT's Women's World Cup championship hopes.
U.S. U-18 MNT roster named for 2015 Copa Chivas Internacional
U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team head coach Javier Perez has named a 20-player roster for the 2015 Copa Chivas Tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico.
From Juarez to California to D.C. United, Miguel Aguilar treads long path to pro ranks
D.C. United's first-round pick in the MLS SuperDraft left behind the violence of Juarez, Mexico to move to California, where he flourished academically at the University of San Francisco before being chosen by the Black-and-Red.
id² National Selection roster for Argentina announced
The id² National Selection team roster for the 2015 id2 National Selection International Tour to Argentina, Feb. 28-March 10, has been revealed. Eighteen elite boys – 16 born in 2001 and two born in 2002 – from nine states throughout the country comprise the squad.
Highland’s George Vizvary receives NSCAA Lifetime Achievement Award
At the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Convention in Philadelphia on January 17, Eastern New York coaching legend George Vizvary received the prestigious Walt Chyzowych Lifetime Achievement Award for a lifelong and distinguished soccer career.
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