Today's soccer News
American midfielder Brek Shea is likely to move from Stoke of England’s Premier League to the Orlando City expansion team in Major League Soccer. Stoke manager Mark Hughes was quoted Thursday on the club’s Twitter feed as saying “we
Liverpool forward Mario Balotelli has been suspended for one game and fined 25,000 pounds ($39,000) by the governing body of English soccer for making a racially offensive online post. The Football Association said Friday that Balotelli also has been
Manchester United picked up their sixth win in a row on today, beating bitter rivals Liverpool 3-0 at Old Trafford. The win was the sixth in a row and now coach Louis van Gaal’s team has moved into third
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.
In the social media age, platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram make sharing (or over-sharing) important milestones with friends and family increasingly easy. It also, however, makes it just as simple to share mundane or unnecessary thoughts and
Now is a good time to update you on what’s been happening with UCF’s fall sports as we head toward Thanksgiving Weekend. #21 Women’s Soccer in the NCAA Tournament (17-4-0) Fresh off defeating Georgia at home in the first
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
Ashley Spivey‘s goal in the 70th minute lifted UCF’s Women’s Soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Georgia, and helped the Knights advance in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The Knights are now 17-4-0 on the
Tom Veit spoke to Sports Talk Florida Buccaneers insider, Jenna Laine, about Sunday's Week 11 matchup against Washington.