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  • MLS Homegrown Players producing goals at record pace
     Homegrown Players are having an even greater impact in both Major League Soccer and for their respective national teams than ever before, with the collective class producing all-time highs in goals scored, assists and minutes played during the 2017 season.
  • Sporting KC defeats NY Red Bulls 2-1 to win U.S. Open Cup title
    Sporting Kansas City kept alive their perfect record in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Finals, beating New York Red Bulls 2-1 to claim their fourth crown in this the 104th installment of U.S. Soccer's club championship.
  • Sporting KC signs 17-year-old Jaylin Lindsey as Homegrown Player
    Sporting Kansas City has signed 17-year-old Jaylin Lindsey as a Homegrown Player, the club announced Thursday.
  • Sporting KC signs 15-year-old Gianluca Busio as Homegrown Player
    Sporting Kansas City announced on Friday the signing of 15-year-old forward Gianluca Busio as a Homegrown Player. At 15 years and 89 days, Busio became the second-youngest player all-time to sign an MLS contract and the youngest active player in Major League Soccer.
  • New York Red Bulls edge FC Cincinnati 3-2 in U.S. Open Cup Semifinal
    It looked like FC Cincinnati were home and dry at 2-0 up and heading for an historic Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final, only for New York Red Bulls to hit back late and eventually spoil the party. The visitors from Major League Soccer finished the job 3-2 in extra-time with Bradley Wright-Phillips heading home his second of the night to send the New Jersey-based club through to its second Open Cup Final since their founding (as the MetroStars) in 1996.
  • D.C. United acquire U.S. National Team midfielder Paul Arriola
    D.C. United have acquired U.S. National Team midfielder, Paul Arriola, from Liga MX side, Club Tijuana, on a permanent transfer, to a multi-year Young Designated Player contract.
  • Sporting KC tops San Jose in PKs, advances to U.S. Open Cup Final
    Sporting Kansas City bounced back from an early deficit to draw level and eventually outlast San Jose Earthquakes to book a place in the Final of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup – U.S. Soccer’s National Championship. After conceding their first goal of the competition, the home side dug deep to make it 1-1, but still had to persevere through extra-time and a 5-4 penalty kick shootout win before celebrating their second Open Cup Final berth in three years.
  • Briana Scurry, Dr. Joe Machnik elected to National Soccer Hall of Fame
    Briana Scurry and Dr. Joe Machnik have been elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Scurry was selected on the Player Ballot and Machnik on the Builder Ballot. Details about the induction ceremony will be released at a later date.
  • MLS Homegrown Team to face Chivas U-20s on August 1 in Chicago
    Major League Soccer has announced that the MLS Homegrown Team, coached by U.S. Soccer and MLS legend Brian McBride and assisted by former MLS MVP Mike Magee, will take on Liga MX club Chivas de Guadalajara’s Under-20 team in the fourth annual MLS Homegrown Game on August 1 at 7 p.m. CT at Toyota Park as part of the events leading up to the 2017 MLS All-Star Game.
  • Two upsets by Division II clubs highlight U.S. Open Cup Round of 16
    The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 delivered high drama as Division II clubs FC Cincinnati and Miami FC pulled impressive upsets to reach the Quarterfinal Round where they will be joined by Division I sides FC Dallas, LA Galaxy, New England Revolution, New York Red Bulls, Sporting Kansas City and San Jose Earthquakes.

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