Today's Soccer – MLS News
The International Olympic Committee and FIFA are partners. FIFA, the governing body of International Football or soccer, has a deal that allows football or soccer to participate in the Summer Olympics. But, the two organizations have a calendar problem
The MLS has gotten pretty serious. It started out rough -- not many people thought much of it. But since 1993, it has exploded.
The Front Office host Tom Veit spoke to Philadelphia Union play by play announcer JP Dellacamera about the Union and how the MLS has grown since 1996
Beginning in late January, the Lions will open training by traveling to Brazil for a number of friendlies against top teams in the host country of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The Front Office: A Memo to Non-Soccer Fans The year of soccer in Central Florida is on it’s way and according to Tom Veit, it will be a big deal for Orlando. Veit, A.K.A The GM, weighs in on
Juan Agudelo busted out as a huge asset to the New York Red Bulls but four years later, we haven't heard much of him.
After the Seattle Sounders beat the Dynamo 2-0, Clint Dempsey made it an even bigger win for a young boy in the stands. According to this YouTube video, tweeted by CJ Fogler, Dempsey took his jersey off and gave
When it became clear this week that Seattle Sounders defender Deandre Yedlin would likely sign for Tottenham in the Premier League, it wasn’t just the American Spurs fans that were smiling. U.S. Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has
L.A. Galaxy star Landon Donovan has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2014 season. In a letter posted on the Galaxy’s website, Donovan expresses his appreciation for fans and what he plans to do after
Chelsea legend, and NYCFC’s second superstar signing, Frank Lampard, will officially complete a loan deal back to the Premier League for the first six months of the season. But, in a not all that surprising turn of events, Lampard