For the first time since the club rebranded as Sporting Kansas City, the team will open the MLS season at home. Today MLS announced the home openers for all the teams, and Kansas City will be opening the season at home on Sunday, March 8th.
Sporting KC will play the New York Red Bulls at Sporting Park in a 6pm kick off to start the season.
The Dynamo fell 1-0 at Red Bull Arena last night in a match that was pretty frustrating for all
of us to watch. It sucks to lose a second straight match against a conference opponent, but there's
still plenty of time left in the season. Thankfully, as we learned last season, MLS can be very
forgiving to poor starts, though considering all the road games it's not really a poor start.
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Shine On Episode Four It's Not Going to be Easy, is the latest from Brave New Media as they follow
the Stars players through the Dome Opener, the home opener and the 2nd round US Open Cup game in
Des Moines against the Menace. In this fourth episode BNM talks to Stars players about [...]
The Milwaukee Wave will start their quest for a third consecutive Major Indoor Soccer League
title Nov. 9 at the Wichita Wings, with their home opener two days later.
The 2012-13 MISL schedule was announced Friday by United Soccer Leagues. The league once again
will consist of seven teams â€“ the Chicago Soul has been added, replacing the departed Norfolk
SharX â€“ and teams will play 26 regular-season games, two more than last season.
University of Virginia-Virginia Men's Soccer Scores Late to Drop No. 22 California,
2-1 Carroll heads home game winner in 84th minute
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. â€“ The Virginia men's soccer team scored its first win of the season Friday
night with a 2-1 victory over No.
The Missouri State Bear's have a double-header on tap Friday night.
The Lady Bears will lead off at 6:00 pm when they host Nebrask-Omaha. The Maverick's made the
move from D2 and the MIAA two years ago and is in the final year of their transition to D1 and the
Summit League. Coached by CBC grad Don Klosterman, a win Friday night would be his, and the
program's, 200th overall to go with one national title (2005 D2).
The second home match of the season is the fourth in 8 days for the Sounders Women and the last
in a while for the contingent of national team players, who will be traveling to Sweden for a
two-week camp involving matches against Sweden and Japan as they warm up for the Olympics this
Facing them will be the onetime Colorado Force, who changed their name this season as they
partnered with the Colorado Rapids.
Despite what some people on some local radio stations may think, Kansas City has their biggest game
since the 2004 MLS Cup on Wednesday when they play the Seattle Sounders in the US Open Cup final.
Before that though, Kansas City has a league game tomorrow against the New England Revolution. This
is the third and final meeting between the two teams with Kansas City leading the series so far
this year with a 1-0-1 with a +3 goal difference from the home opener.
Sporting KC are back at Livestrong Sporting Park after the 3 game road trip to take on the New
England Revolution in a rematch of the home opener for Sporting KC. Unlike the home opener on St.
Patrick's Day, this game is going to be brutal, temperatures are going to be well into the triple
digits. The heat wave in Kansas City continues and tomorrow's going to be a rough with the weather.
The MLS July 1st guaranteed contract deadline is right around the corner, and teams are making
their moves to clear players off their roster.Â KC made their move today, waiving midfielder, Luke
Sassano.Â Sassano had been picked up by KC after the Re-Entry draft in a trade with the LA Galaxy
that sent the rights to Frankie Hejduk to LA.
Another week in which the Philadelphia Union trades a popular player. KYW's Greg Orlandini and
Philly Soccer Page writers Mike Servedio and Eli Pearlman-Storch try to make sense of the news in
the latest edition of the KYW Philly Soccer Show.
In part one, the pod discusses where the Califf trade leaves the team, both in
the leadership department and in the defense.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Philly Soccer Page's series of fan postsÂ continues now on a weekly
basis. This week, we feature a missive from Lori Bilyou, who is currently serving
in Afghanistan with the Delaware National Guard.Â Lori wrote this Saturday, before Philadelphia
Union's big win over Kansas City.
Game day! It's been quite a while since our last and, as such, the Portland Timbers are
currently behind the rest of the Western Conference in games played. This gives the Timbers a
slight advantage as well as the opportunity to leap frog both Los Angeles based teams, the LA
Galaxy and Chivas USA, should the results pan out how we like.
Junior Lone Star FC, in their home opener, defeated BuxMont Torch FC 4â€“1 on Sunday to win
their first game of the 2012 National Premier Soccer League season. Junior Lone Star FC led 3â€“1
going into the half. Moses Jackson scored the first two goals for the Stars in the 8th and 10th
minute before assisting Fornatee Brapoh with the Stars' third goal in the 37th minute.
While Saturday's match against Pocono Snow was postponed due to thunderstorms, Junior Lone Star
returns to action on Tuesday in National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) play on Tuesday when they
face Jersey City Eagles at 7:45pm (Cavens Point Sports Complex's Cochrane Stadium Jersey City,
Match coverage of the game starts just before kick-off withÂ the Star's CoveritLive thread As
the game unfolds, you can post your comments in the CoveritLive threadÂ or on the team's Twitter
It was a pretty productive Tuesday for the Madison 56ers' National Premier Soccer League
Nineteen players got a good run-out in a friendly against Chicago-area Bridges FC, with coach
Jim Launder using the 2-1 loss at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill., to get a
look at some newcomers and experiment a little bit.
The gates of Starfire Sports Arena must be white hot by now from the friction of so many
Sounders fans pressing into its intimate confines. In the last two days it saw the senior Sounders
defeat Atlanta to advance in the US Open Cup and the Sounders Women play their home opener in front
of 4500 fans.
Sunday's game against the Vancouver Whitecaps was not the test that we expected. It was a tough
match to be sure, but Vancouver is struggling to gel as a team. I'm sure that they will recover
their stride, and climb back up from their current location near the bottom of the division. Our
home opener will be against the division leader.
While the newly formed Philadelphia Fever have been quietly assembling a NCAA-compliant roster
that includes a number of standout players with local connections, former WPS teams Western New
York Flash and Boston Breakers, not to mention former Philadelphia Independence coach Paul Riley's
New York Fury, have been grabbing the Elite League headlines.
KICKERS HOST HARRISBURG SATURDAYRichmondSPCA Paws on the Pitch Night at City Stadium, 7pm
RICHMOND, VA â€“ (Tuesday, May 8, 2012) â€“ The Richmond Kickers return to Richmond City Stadium to
host the Harrisburg City Islanders and Richmond SPCA Paws on the Pitch Night this Saturday, May 12
at 7:00 p.
Three more clubs in the Northeast Division of the PDL Eastern Conference opened their seasons
this weekend, and Seacoast United secured 4 points from two matches (Friday and Sunday) to take
their perch at the top of the table. Here's what went down:
Western Mass. Pioneers 1 - 2 Seacoast United Phantoms
The emotional home opener at the newest cathedral of soccer in America is passed and it's time
to get down to business. The Dynamo have limited time to recover and prepare themselves mentally
and physically for a well rested Portland Timbers team that is desperate for points.
It's been a hectic week for the Dynamo, the dreaded side effect of having to compress the
season's home schedule in a shortened amount of time.
Well, it's not the end of the world losing tonight but I'm not impressed by the fact the Dynamo
are regressing a bit. There are some legitimate reasons for that tonight (adjusted lineup,
injuries, end of a long roap trip), but I'll probably just end up sounding like I'm making excuses.
Let's be honest though, the New York Red Bulls won tonight because they capitalized on yet another
defensive mistake by Houston.
"CAW!"TORONTO VS. D.C. UNITEDBMO FIELD - SATURDAY 4:30PM ETTV: TSNWHY SHOULD I WATCH THIS? - Home opener. 20,000 wildly optimistic hosers in long underwear. Nuff said. - Was last week at Seattle the real life - or was it just fantasy?
With star attackers Kyle Bekker and Charlie Rugg sidelined, the 14th-ranked Boston College
Eagles lacked much of their offensive fire power on Friday, but still managed to leave Quinnipiac
with a season opening 2-1 win.
The Eagles (1-0-0) were outshot by the Bobcats (0-1-0), 11-10, and Eagles goalkeeper Justin
Luthy made five saves in the win.
They say old habits are hard to break. Last season the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher
Women's Soccer Team struggled to hold leads and draws late in matches. With a new season and a new
coach, the team took a page from last year and lost Friday nights home opener at Elizabeth Lyle
Robbie Stadium [.
Tonight the Sounders Women play their first competitive match of the season at Starfire after
picking up a road win against Vancouver in their opener. With the team is the full contingent of
national team players, who've rushed back from a friendly with China to take part in the home
This is the middle match in great stretch for Starfire, with the senior Sounders winning the US
Open Cup match last night, the Sounders Women kicking off tonight, and the Reserves kick off
tomorrow with the potential of a Steve Zakuani sighting.