PROS

Sky Blue

Sky Blue FC’s Home Opener Set

Sky Blue FC will begin the home portion of its 2018 National Women’s Soccer League schedule in mid-April against the Seattle Reign.
NYCFC, 2018 NYCFC Away Kit

NYCFC Unveils 2018 Away Kit

New York City FC has unveiled its 2018 away kit, which was designed by adidas.
Villa, NYCFC, Harrison

NYCFC’s Harrison Leaves New York For Manchester

For two years Jack Harrison was an Englishman in New York as he took his first professional steps in soccer with New York City FC.

TEAM USA

US Soccer, Pugh, U.S. Women

U.S. Women Start 2018 In Style

The U.S. Women’s National Team kicked off 2018 in impressive fashion as a combination of veterans and up-and-coming stars topped Denmark 5-1 in San Diego on Sunday, January 21.
Lichaj

American Lichaj Nets Brace In FA Cup Win Over Arsenal

Soccer fans have long known of the magic that can happen during the FA Cup, and now an American International has provided the latest chapter in the long history of the English football tournament.
U.S. Soccer, Tournament of Nations

Dunn, Long Among 26 Heading To USWNT Camp

Long Islanders Crystal Dunn and Allie Long are among 26 U.S. National Team players called into January camp by head coach Jill Ellis.

BLOG

Gulati

Gulati And The Arrogance of American Soccer

In the days following the U.S. Men’s National Team’s disastrous loss to Trinidad & Tobago, there was a lot of anger and commentary that was heard everywhere from television to various social media outlets.
USWNT

Fans Need Patience As Ellis Remakes U.S. Women’s Team

To say it’s been an odd year for the United States Women’s National Team may be a bit of an understatement.
Arena, U.S. Soccer

Arena Proves To Be A Steadying Influence

When the U.S. Men’s National Team needed fixing, U.S. Soccer officials turned to the best repair man they know. Bruce Arena is an American soccer...

COLLEGE

LIU Post, Mordocco

LIU Post Names Mordocco Men’s Soccer Head Coach

For the past 14 years, Michael Mordocco has served as an assistant on the staffs of several colleges including his alma mater the University of Connecticut and most recently at the University of Massachusetts.  
Rodriguez, UConn

Former LIer Rodriguez Named UConn Women’s Head Coach

Twenty-four years ago, Margaret Tietjen was lighting up the soccer field at Huntington High School as she helped lead the Blue Devils to a New York State title and would later be named state Co-Player of the Year with her twin sister, Jennifer.
United Soccer Coaches, Scholar, Hofstra, Northeastern

Anderson, Cappuzzo Named Top Scholar Athletes

Two Long Island collegiate soccer players have been recognized for their efforts in the classroom and on the pitch by United Soccer Coaches.

LOCAL

Hurricanes, Hauppauge, LIJSL

Fundraiser Set For Hauppauge Hurricanes’ Dallas Trip

Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the Hauppauge Hurricanes punched their ticket to Dallas and the IberCup USA scheduled to kick off in late March.
Eastern Regional League

21 LIJSL Teams Chosen For Eastern Regional League

U.S. Youth Soccer’s spring 2018 Region 1 Eastern Regional League (ERL) has accepted 21 clubs from Long Island Junior Soccer League.
LISFL

LISFL: Cup Action Heats Up

LISFL: Cup Action Heats Up

GOLAZO

Saager, Binghamton

Saager’s Goal A Weekly Top-10 NCAA Play

Binghamton University's Kayla Saager's winding, weaving movement through four University of New Hampshire defenders was named one of the NCAA's Top-10 plays of the week.
Lawrence, New York Red Bulls, Gold Cup

Lawrence Golazo Puts Jamaica In Gold Cup Finals

Jamaica was two minutes away from facing penalty kicks against Mexico in Sunday’s Gold Cup semi-final. But Kemar Lawrence had other ideas.
Bradley

Golazo: Bradley’s 40-yard Chip Vs. Mexico

It was the latest amazing moment in what has become a storied rivalry between the United States and Mexico. The teams on Sunday, June...