Chicago Red Stars Retiring Lori Chalupny’s Jersey

A great weekend in Chicago is available at the end of July. The Chicago Red Stars announced this week that they will retire Lori Chalupny’s jersey during their game against FC Kansas City on Saturday July 30. How’s that for a triple treat – Chicago, Lori and FC Kansas City. The defending champions will not […]

More Major League Soccer Stadium Rumors

Steve Giegerich of the Post-Dispatch offers a report that points to possible plans for a soccer stadium in the flood plains of Maryland Heights. Maryland Heights braces for a proposed development that could transform city, region Rather it’s the site plan Bornstein is scheduled to submit June 30 to city planners. There are a couple […]

Sporting KC Faces Minnesota United in Open Cup Wednesday

Sporting Kansas City opens play in the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a fourth round match at NASL side Minnesota United FC on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Minnesota advanced to the fourth round with their win at Saint Louis FC, a 2-0 shutout on June 1st. The game will be live-streamed on […]

Champions League, USMNT and International Friendlies – Soccer on TV

A full slate of games this weekend in the lead up to the Copa America that begins June 3rd and across the pond, a number of friendlies to prepare for Euro 2016 in two weeks. That plus Major League Soccer offers plenty of viewing opportunities. The big dog is of course the Champions League Final […]

Soccer on TV – Cup Finals, MLS Rivalry and USMNT

International Leagues around the world are wrapping up their seasons. This weekend there are seven European Cup Finals to be enjoyed along with Major League Soccer and the US Men’s National team. I’ve got the highlights from my Soccer on TV Calendar listed below. Tonight (Friday) you can catch DC vs Philadelphia on UniMas in […]

The Jacqui Report – Four Thoughts on the NWSL

In the first five weeks of the National Women’s Soccer League there have been a few surprises and unexpected outcomes. I’ll give you my thoughts on what we have witnessed for far, the good (yay Washington) and the bad (sorry Boston fans). The Washington Spirit are (still) undefeated: Led by the league leading scorer in […]

Train with Alyssa Mautz of Chicago Red Stars

Attention soccer players: Our hometown hero and professional soccer player, Alyssa Mautz (Ft Zumwalt West/Texas A&M) is coming home for a soccer clinic. She is donating part of the proceeds back to charity! She is a great role model for kids and better yet, for the community. I know it is on Fathers Day but […]

The Jacqui Report – 5 NWSL Rookies To Watch

Three games into the 2016 NWSL season and its already becoming quite the unpredictable race. Who would’ve guessed that Washington would be in first? Or that two-time defending champions Kansas City would be in the bottom half of the table? Not me. What I do know is how well the rookie class has performed overall […]

Sunday Report – Gomez pro debut and other Firsts

The Week of April 11 wraps with wonderful news for a Webster Groves lad, a Goal of the Year candidate from Ursuline, video review for D1 soccer this Fall and plenty more! Webster Groves (and Georgetown) alum Tomas Gomez earned his first pro start Sunday and kept a clean sheet in a scoreless draw while […]

The Jacqui Report – Let’s Get This Party (NWSL) Started

The fourth season of the National Women’s Soccer League kicks off Saturday and that’s history in itself as the previous two leagues (WUSA from 2000-2003, WPS from 2009-2011 respectively) failed to reach a fourth year of existence. Women’s soccer in America is in completely new territory. It’s exciting, unpredictable and about damn time, am I […]