Soccer News NetBig Apple SoccerLA Soccer NewsChicagoland Soccer NewsDallas Soccer NewsPhilly Soccer NewsNew England Soccer NewsPhilly Soccer News HomeD.C. Soccer NewsSunshine Soccer News
Philly Soccer News
Late Le Toux pk saves the day for the Union
Sebastien Le Toux is a perfect 12-for-12 from the penalty spot for the Union  after netting Saturday's stoppage-time equalizer against Chicago.
Sebastien Le Toux is a perfect 12-for-12 from the penalty spot for the Union after netting Saturday's stoppage-time equalizer against Chicago.
Linda Cuttone/Sports Vue Images
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.óFor the second time in as many games, Chicago Fire defender Gonzalo Segares committed a late penalty. And for the second time in the same span, the Philadelphia Unionís Sebastien LeToux slotted home a penalty kick in stoppage time. On Saturday, the result was a 1-1 draw in front of 17,460 infuriated fans at Toyota Park. Complete story
Union get past Red Bulls 3-1
Conor Casey's seventh goal in as many games started the Union on their way to a 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls Wednesday at PPL Park. CHESTER, Pa. Ė It was another wild one for the Philadelphia Union.

But this time the Union got the result they wanted at home, defeating rival New York Red Bulls, 3-1, Wednesday night. The result was a much needed victory at home against an Eastern Conference opponent, one that greatly helps Philadelphia's chances of making the playoffs.
Complete story

Forward looking for return to Europe
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - The Riverhounds have released veteran forward Collins John. Complete story
Guinness Champions Cup TIES THAT BIND
AS Roma has U.S. connections

American soccer fans seeking a U.S. connection to Serie A need look no further than the Eternal City.

More News
Michael Lewis
When eating (sleeping and exercising) is a luxury
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- When you have gone to enough World Cups as I have, you learn from experience, sometimes bad experiences. But you learn.
Complete story

Michael Lewis Column Archive
Charles Cuttone
World Cup magic is in the eye of the beholder
In the end, there was no magic. At least not enough to propel the United States, whose World Cup lasted 120 minutes longer than I and many observers thought it would, any further. But, the magic really was in that they got this far.
Complete story

Charles Cuttone Column Archive
Photo Albums
2013 College Boot Nominees MAPS Spring Challenge 2013 Boys 2012 U.S. Women's Olympic Team
2013 College Boot Nominees MAPS Spring Challenge Boys 2013 2012 U.S. Women's National Team
Photo Albums
Soccer Camps
Alexi Lalas to speak at NSCAA Summer Symposium

KANSAS CITY, Kan. --Former U.S. National Team defender and current ESPN commentator Alexi Lallas will give the keynote address at the NSCAA Summer Symposium in August.

Charlotte Moran Memorial Fund
More Soccer News

Today's Games
Wed July 23
OKC at Harrisburg 07:00 pm
Complete Local Soccer Schedule
Contact Us | Help | Advertising Information | Terms of Use |Privacy Policy | Site Map
Sports Vue Interactive
© 2014 Sports Vue Interactive, LLC All Rights Reserved
College Headlines Top Stories Youth Headlines