Monthly Archives: June 2015

Lloyd Leads U.S. to Final
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The U.S.A. is going back to the World Cup Finals after beating Germany 2-0 tonight at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. U.S. coach Jill Ellis boldly switched up her team’s formation and was rewarded with what was by far the best performance … Continue reading

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Decision Time for Jill Ellis
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Decisions, decisions. United States Women’s National Team coach Jill Ellis has some big ones to make ahead tonight’s World Cup semifinal showdown with top ranked Germany, so let’s take a quick look at Ellis choices. Against China Ellis was forced … Continue reading

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England take on Current Holders in Wednesday’s Semi
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Defending World Cup Champions Japan have been flying just below the radar for most of this tournament, even while reaching the semifinals as the only team to have won all of its games. How can that be? Well following that … Continue reading

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U.S. Face Old Foes in Tuesday’s Semi
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This match is a battle royale between the giants of women’s soccer. Germany versus the United States, the only two teams to have won the World Cup twice, the number one and two ranked teams in the world, and hopefully … Continue reading

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AYSA ODP and YOP Tryouts
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It’s time for Arizona Youth Soccer ODP and YOP pool tryouts. Check out the details below, and for registration information please visit the AYSA website. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2015: 2:00-4:00pm – YOP Boys, 2003 Boys, YOP Girls, 2003 Girls 4:00-6:00pm – 2001 … Continue reading

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Referees Represent KYSA at National President’s Cup
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Kentucky Soccer Referee Association and Kentucky Youth Soccer are proud to announce that two Kentucky Referees have been chosen to attend the National Presidents Cup event in Overland Park, KS based off of their performance at Region II Presidents Cup. … Continue reading

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NWSL Week 11- Recap and Goals of the Week
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A number of World Cup players returned to their teams in time for another exciting round of fixtures in the NWSL. Nine goals were scored across the four games, which included a rematch of last year’s final and a matchup … Continue reading

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Hope Solo – The World’s Best?
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Hope Solo – The World’s Best? She may need to be if the U.S. are to beat Germany on Tuesday. Two years ago German keeper Nadine Angerer was awarded the Ballon d’Or, yet Solo is often referred to as the … Continue reading

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U.S. Beat China to Advance to the Semi-Finals
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The United States defeated China tonight 1-0 to advance to a dream semifinal matchup with the world’s number one ranked team Germany. The U.S. came out aggressively tonight at Ottawa’s Lansdowne Stadium pinning this young China side back in its … Continue reading

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On to the Quarterfinals as U.S. Face China
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They started with 24 nations, the most to ever contest the Women’s World Cup. Eight of those countries had never competed at the highest level of the women’s game, and at times it showed. First timers Ivory Coast and Ecuador … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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They call this the silly season in soccer circles, the summer transfer season when tall tales and genuine transfer talk mix freely. In the U.S. maybe we should just call it the busy season. World Cup action, Women’s and Men’s … Continue reading

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U.S. Beat 10 Player Colombia to Move on to Quarterfinals
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The United States are moving on to the World Cup quarterfinals after a hard earned 2-0 win over gritty 10 man Colombia on Friday. The Americans came into this game as prohibitive favorites against the number 28th FIFA ranked South … Continue reading

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7th Annual Utah Youth Soccer Golf Tournament
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Pay it forward and have some fun out on the course with good people and good conversation by competing in the 7th Annual UYSA Golf Tournament. Proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Fund for college-bound youth players from Utah Youth Soccer … Continue reading

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Utah Youth Soccer: 2015 RSL Camps
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Please visit the Utah Youth Soccer Association website for full camp information, links to registration and more.  

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