Today's soccer News
Top of the table face off against the defending champions
Orlando City Soccer Club announced Tuesday that the team will play its home games at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort next season.
FIFA says nearly 900,000 tickets have been allocated to fans from 188 countries in the random selection draw for the 2014 World Cup, the highest number ever in the first phase of sales.
Major League Soccer attendance statistics are in and, once again, the Seattle Sounders are setting records.
The best goals scored during week nine
Late Torres goal lifts Chelsea over Man City. Man United fight back to beat Stoke
This past week Orlando took a big leap toward getting their own Major League Soccer franchise, by getting the new soccer only stadium financing plan in place. The MLS is eager start its southern expansion now that both Orlando
Giants Chelsea and Manchester City lock horns
The English Football Association has fined Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho £8,000 ($12,932) after admitting to a breach of the rules during last weekend’s 4-1 win over Cardiff City.
Upset over a government plan to impose a tax on them, French soccer teams have unanimously agreed to scrap matches over one weekend at the end of November as a protest. France’s professional clubs held an extraordinary general meeting