Monthly Archives: March 2013

Sermanni Names Roster For Germany
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The U.S. WNT 23-player roster was announced this week, as they prepare for two friendlies against Germany in Offenbach April 5 and the Netherlands in the Hague April 9. It’s been a whirlwind of a season so far, with two victories … Continue reading

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Costa Rica Protest Snowy Loss
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Mexico City, Mexico – Costa Rica were spitting mad after falling to the United States in snow covered Commerce City, Colorado on Friday night, and now they have filed a complaint with FIFA. The conditions at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park … Continue reading

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U.S. Defense Defies Critics
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The U.S. defense came into Friday night’s crucial World Cup qualifier with something to prove. Labeled too young and inexperienced after a poor opening to the Hexagonal round in Honduras, the injury ravaged group stood tall in the Colorado snow … Continue reading

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U.S. Fights Through Blizzard For Win Over Costa Rica
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Commerce City, Co. – On a night more suited to football than futbol, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park became a Winter Wonderland as the United States rode captain Clint Dempsey’s first half goal to a 1-0 victory over Costa Rica on … Continue reading

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U.S. Take On Costa Rica in Huge World Cup Qualifier
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Denver, Co. – The importance to the U.S. of Friday night’s World Cup qualifier versus Costa Rica becomes clearer as game time draws ever closer. Jurgen Klinsmann has already described this match as a must win, even if he amended … Continue reading

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Get involved: Soccer for Peace and Understanding in Jordan
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Ball State University, in collaboration with Indiana Soccer, received a two-year grant from the U.S. State Department’s International Sports Programming Initiative (ISPI) to support “Soccer for Peace and Understanding in Jordan”. Through the project, Ball State University and Indiana Soccer also … Continue reading

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Indiana TOPSoccer course: Register now!
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Are you interested in acquiring the Indiana Soccer TOPSoccer certificate so you will be well educated in working with our exceptional athletes? Indiana Soccer will hold a class on March 30 at Fort Wayne Sport Club from 9am-2pm. This course … Continue reading

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MYSA announces results of President’s Cup draw
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Check out the results for the 2013 Spring Missouri Presidents Cup below! This statewide tournament will take place April 6-7 at the Raytown Soccer Complex in Raytown, MO. For more information please visit the MYSA website: Click Here U13 Girls – Five … Continue reading

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Champions League Quarterfinals
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The dust has barely settled after the last round of games in the Champions League and already we have some tantalizing quarter-finals to look forward to. The quarters have an unusual look about them, as for the first time in … Continue reading

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Bradley Labels Klinsmann Criticism ‘Shameful’
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“Commerce City, Co. – Yeah I saw it, I think it’s shameful.” That was Michael Bradley’s reaction when asked if he had read Tuesday’s controversial Sporting News article that cited anonymous sources in and around the United States national team, … Continue reading

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Lend a hand at The Ken Smith Memorial Scramble
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The Ken Smith Memorial Scramble- the annual golf tournament held to raise funds for North Texas referees- is set to take off May 14 at the Canyon Creek Country Club in Richardson, TX. Held each spring, this fun spirited competition … Continue reading

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MLS – The Big 5
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The Big 5 is a new weekly column from GotSoccer, where we will look around the league and select the top five talking points from around the league this week. Because this is our first one, we will include events … Continue reading

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22 Academy Clubs added to U13/14 division
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USSoccer Development Academy announced this week that 22 new clubs will be added to a U13/14 division for the fall 2013 season. The younger age group division will put an emphasis on the same concepts of existing academy clubs, such … Continue reading

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Klinsmann – A Must Game
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United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann laid it on the line when spoke to the press via conference call a couple of hours after releasing the USMNT roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica and Mexico, calling the … Continue reading

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