Parents all know they're not supposed to yell at referees, but despite the best intentions in the car on the way to the game, once the whistle blows, those plans can quickly go out the window. Knowing these five rules better should save you some embarrassment before your next game.
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Longtime youth soccer coach Joe Dougherty weighs in on the modern pay-to-play youth sports system, the recent college admissions bribery scandal, and more in his latest SoccerWire.com column.
With the seeding (Friday) and draw (Saturday) for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup quickly approaching, SoccerWire.com predicts the six pots for the event.
Last week, the NCAA approved new recruiting rules regarding official and unofficial visits for prospective student-athletes. Under those new rules, the “Official Visit” will become more important than ever as prospective student-athletes make their college decisions.
As U.S. Soccer’s Girls Development Academy moves towards the conclusion of its first season of play, its incumbent competitor the Elite Clubs National League has adopted a tenaciously combative posture, determined to keep hold of its current members, win the chase for new ones and even peel off Girls DA member clubs where possible.
Briana Scurry is a legend, a two time Olympic Gold Medalists (1996 and 2004), World Cup Champion (1999), and a recent National Hall of Fame inductee. But before there was Briana, there was Kim Crabbe.