For Montreal Impact ownership, Sunday's news is akin to The Second Coming.
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The L.A. Galaxy realized its “First To Five” titles slogan in a 2-1 extra time MLS Cup win over the New England Revolution Sunday at StubHub Center.
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Soccer’s governing body is discriminating against women by allowing the Canadian Soccer Association to host next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup on artificial playing surfaces across Canada.
Despite not qualifying for 2014 World Cup, North Korea has reached the final, according to state media.
Soccer's all-time greats rarely become synonymous with greatness.
Amidst the vulgarity that spewed from the mouths of yellow-clad fans in Belo Horizonte Tuesday night, there were faint chants of unwavering support.
Two hours before the beat down in Belo, the streets outside the Estadio Mineirao were lined with Brazilians.
Less than 24 hours later, the vitriol has started.
Warning: If traveling to Uruguay, beware of the potential for a zombie-like attack.
A gambling firm in Sweden says it awarded a Norwegian man nearly $1,000 for betting that Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez would bite a player at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The Ghanaian Football Association might just be akin to the WWE.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s run at the World Cup might be over.
Two matches here at the Arena Fonte Nova were expected to play out like World Cup finals.
This is the most politically incorrect thing you’ll read all day: Gilmore Junio lost.
Ask any Canadian soccer fan: Who's the best female footballer on the planet?
Half-empty with heads hung, TFC’s dressing room was as silent as a library following Saturday’s 1-1 finish.
Dwayne De Rosario has been waiting for close to a year to pass Dale Mitchell on Canada’s all-time goal-scoring list. On Friday night, he did it in arguably Canada’s biggest match in close to a decade, providing Canada a 1-0 win over Panama that sent it top of CONCACAF’s Group C.
Canada’s Julian de Guzman didn’t mince words when describing the magnitude of Friday night’s World Cup qualifier against Panama in Toronto.
A second-half surge from Toronto FC failed to cancel a two-goal hole in Columbus Wednesday night as the Reds fell for the fourth time in five MLS matches.