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  • NYCFC signs James Sands as club’s first Homegrown Player
    James Sands has become the first Homegrown Player in New York City FC history. The 16-year old U.S Youth International defender has selected the No. 16 jersey and signs his first professional contract which commences on July 1.
  • U.S. Soccer unveils Open Cup Round of 16 pairings, quarterfinal hosts
    U.S. Soccer unveiled the Round of 16 pairings and hosts as well as the potential Quarterfinal matchups for the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Thursday.
  • FC Cincinnati, Miami FC, Sacramento Republic earn U.S. Open Cup upsets
    The Fourth Round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup served up three "Cupsets" as USL's FC Cincinnati and Sacramento Republic FC and NASL's Miami FC moved on to join 13 Major League Soccer sides in the tournament's Round of 16 scheduled to be played June 28.
  • Christos FC, USL big winners in U.S. Open Cup Third Round
    The Third Round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup saw Christos FC continue its Cinderella run to become the only remaining amateur side left in the competition alongside 13 professional teams from the USL (9) and NASL (3) that advanced to the Fourth Round. Those Fourth Round dates against Division I, Major League Soccer sides are set for June 13-14.
  • Multiple upsets highlight second round of U.S. Open Cup
    The Second Round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup provided a handful of “Cupsets” as local amateur qualifier Christos FC along with the Premier Development League trio of Chicago United FC, Michigan Bucks, and Reading United AC all took down professional sides to be among the 26 teams that advanced to the Third Round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
  • Mallory Pugh signs with NWSL, will play for Washington Spirit
    The Washington Spirit has acquired U.S. Women’s National Team forward Mallory Pugh by using its number one spot in the NWSL Distribution Ranking Order.
  • MLS youth academy coaches begin 14-month education program in France
    Major League Soccer has announced the third iteration of its partnership with the French Football Federation (FFF) that provides MLS youth academy coaches with training through a 14-month youth development course resulting in participants earning their Elite Formation Coaching License (EFCL).
  • Q&A: LA Galaxy’s Brian Kleiban on the lessons of GA Cup
    FRISCO, Texas – With world-class facilities, an in-house education component and plenty of blue-chip prospects from across Southern California, the LA Galaxy have built one of the most ambitious youth academy programs in North America. Coach Brian Kleiban is...
  • Gunston SC latest addition to Washington Spirit Girls DA strategy
    Fairfax based Gunston Soccer Club has become the second Virginia youth soccer club to sign on as a U.S. Soccer Development Academy Partner of the Washington Spirit. In addition to providing Gunston’s older female players with a direct pathway to the professional game, the partnership will see both clubs’ coaching staffs working together on several new player development initiatives at all ages.
  • NWSL announces USWNT allocated players for 2017 season
    The National Women's Soccer League announced today the official list of U.S. Women's National Team allocated players for the 2017 season. A total of 22 players will be participating as federation players in the upcoming NWSL season.

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