July 21, 2014 TOE IN THE WATER
Guinness Cup will test Olympiakos
When a club has won the Greek league title 41 times, the Greek Cups 26 times and is the four-time defending Greek league champion, looking beyond its peninsular and island borders would be a natural ambition.
The roster for the defending Engish Premier League champions features the club's top stars including Yaya Toure, David Silva, Edin Dzeko and Joe Hart as well as new signings Fernando and Willy Caballero.
July 20, 2014 NASL ROUNDUP
Cosmos top Fury in front of record crowd
OTTAWA--- Midfielder Sebastian Guenzatti connected in the first half and the Cosmos made sure that goal stood up in a 1-0 North American Soccer League win before a league-record crowd of 14,593 fans in the first soccer match at TD Place Stadium.
July 20, 2014 MLS ROUNDUP
DC United ends Chivas' streak
WASHINGTON, DC--- -Luis Silva scored his fifth goal of the season while Perry Kitchen and Eddie Johnson each added their third as D.C. United cruised past Chivas USA 3-1 on Sunday night at R.F.K. Stadium.
July 20, 2014 NWSL ROUNDUP
Reign clinch playoff spot
PORTLAND, Ore. – Christine Sinclair scored the first hat trick in club history to lead the Portland Thorns FC to a 6-3 win over the Boston Breakers in front of 14,383 fans at Providence Park on Sunday afternoon.
July 19, 2014 NASL SUNDAY
A look at the upcoming game
The New York Cosmos travel to Ontario for the first time in three decades to take on Ottawa Fury FC at their brand new stadium TD Place. Based on the advance sale, the Fury expects to set a modern NASL attendance record.
July 19, 2014 MLS ROUNDUP
Sporting boosts East lead
KANSAS CITY, Kan.---- Benny Feilhaber scored on a 10th-minute free kick, Lawrence Olum nodded home a rebound after an hour, and Sporting Kansas City held on for a 2-1 triumph Saturday evening at Sporting Park, ending the LA Galaxy’s eight-game unbeaten streak.
July 19, 2014 NWSL SUNDAY
A look at the upcoming games
Sunday will be the second match between the Portland Thorns FC and the Boston Breakers. Currently the Thorns are in fourth place in the NWSL standings while the Breakers are in last.
July 19, 2014 LOSING IT LATE
Indy Eleven fall on 89th minute goal
INDIANAPOLIS – Georgi Hristov delivering the decisive blow late in the second half to give the Tampa Bay Rowdies a 2-1 victory over Indy Eleven in front of a sell out crowd of 10,555 at IUPUI’s Michael A. Carroll Stadium. Indy Eleven scored the game’s first tally on a strike by midfielder Kleberson in the 38th minute, which was quickly countered by Rowdies forward Casey Townsend’s finish in the 43rd minute.