The U.S. soccer team started 2015 the same way the Americans ended last year: with a loss. Mark Gonzalez scored in the 66th and 75th minutes, rallying Chile to a 3-2 exhibition win over the […]
The Sacramento Kings will invest in the Sacramento Republic FC, according to Marcos Breton of the Sacramento Bee.
Expansion work has begun on Bonney Field at Cal Expo. Sacramento Republic FC had a great first year. It won the league championships and sold out each game.
Major League Soccer is adding two teams to its playoffs, realigning the conferences and welcoming two new franchises. The league announced the schedule for its 20th regular season Wednesday, with the opener March 6 as […]
The move sends a message to Major League Soccer, which is considering Sacramento among three potential cities for an expansion team. Two groups from Minnesota and one from Las Vegas are also in the running.
The U.S. will play exhibition games next spring at Denmark, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany as it prepares to defend its title at the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Americans announced six exhibition games for the first half […]
Landon Donovan grabbed Robbie Keane in a triumphant midfield hug right before Donovan’s girlfriend leaped into his arms. Moments later, Donovan and Keane raised the silver trophy together amid fireworks and a confetti blizzard. Throughout […]
In L.A. where image is everything, Sacramento put on quite a show.
Garber has said MLS will expand to 24 teams before the end of the decade, and his expansion committee is to speak with owners this weekend regarding overtures from Minneapolis, Sacramento and Las Vegas.
Los Angeles Galaxy soccer star Robbie Rogers wants some company, now that he’s the last man standing as an openly gay athlete in a U.S. professional league. Jason Collins recently retired from the NBA, and […]
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After watching the United States go winless in four straight games for the first time since he took over as coach three years ago, Jurgen Klinsmann had a harsh assessment of the Americans’ post-World Cup performances. […]