New York City FC has signed its second Homegrown Player as Joe Scally has inked his first professional contract.
New York City FC made it three-for-three to start the 2018 Major League Soccer season as NYCFC defeated Orlando City SC 2-0 at Yankee Stadium.
A familiar face with strong Long Island roots is not quite yet calling it a career.
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.
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.
Long Islanders Crystal Dunn and Allie Long are among 26 U.S. National Team players called into January camp by head coach Jill Ellis.
St. John’s redshirt freshman Zsani Kajan is slated to make another international appearance for her native Hungary, earning the call up for a pair of World Cup qualifiers next month.
Following the 2017 season in which the NYIT women’s soccer team finished 9-7 and one-point from a post-season berth, head coach Karim Diallo is adding eight new players including several Long Islanders.
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.
After 14 years in Major League Soccer, Babylon native Chris Wingert is calling it a career.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the Hauppauge Hurricanes punched their ticket to Dallas and the IberCup USA scheduled to kick off in late March.
U.S. Youth Soccer’s spring 2018 Region 1 Eastern Regional League (ERL) has accepted 21 clubs from Long Island Junior Soccer League.