US Soccer Announces Birth Year Registration

U.S. Soccer will standardize small-sided game participation and field size based on player age groups, while also aligning birth-year registration calendars with the start of the calendar year and run from January to December. The coaching initiatives, which will be mandated by August of 2017, are focused on advancing youth players’ individual skill and intelligence, […]

Timberland Opens with a Win at Hazelwood West

In the first game in the Metro area, a pair of Class 4 District Champions faced off in North County today. Timberland earned a 2-0 win with a pair of opportunistic goals. Mason Rushing pounced on a loose ball in the 5th, finishing in the back of the net with the ball. In the 11th […]

Chris Klein Named Sporting KC Legend

Sporting Kansas City will induct former midfielder Chris Klein into the club’s Sporting Legends hall of honor on Saturday at Sporting Park with an on-field ceremony at halftime of the team’s match against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. “This is very well-deserved recognition for Kleiny in a career full of achievements,” said Sporting KC Manager Peter […]

Help Make the November USMNT Game Remarkable

The American Outlaws St. Louis chapter are gathering Sunday August 16th at Amsterdam Tavern to spend some time planning the group’s efforts for the US Men’s national team World Cup qualifier in November. Topics include pre-game tailgating, March to the Stadium, TIFO’s and other displays and all of the other items that will help St. […]

Jacqui – NWSL Update, See Julie King Wednesday

After watching this weekend’s games, here is what I know; Washington’s Crystal Dunn and Chicago’s Christen Press are unstoppable. I sincerely hope USWNT Coach Jill Ellis is taking notes; these two players are on a completely different level right now. It’s very exciting to watch knowing the 2016 Rio Olympics are just around the corner. […]

Jacqui – This Week in the NWSL

This has been a busy week for the league with many world cup stars returning to their respective teams; including Megan Rapinoe for Seattle, Ali Krieger for Washington and Julie Johnston for Chicago. Also the much anticipated signings of Colombian striker Lady Andrade and Australian midfielder Michelle Heyman for Western New York made waves around […]

US Youth Soccer Nationals – Day 2

U13 Sporting JB Marine Mann go from the frying pan into the fire today, following their 1-5 loss to Baltimore Celtic. Today they face group leader EC Real Galaxy (by way of goal differential). The two leaders will face each other Thursday so SJBM need a win to be in position to advance to the […]

Jacqui – NWSL Continues To Impress

Lori Chalupny for the Chicago Red Stars and Alyssa Naeher for the Boston Breakers were the first World Cup players to step on the pitch for their respective NWSL teams when they faced off Saturday evening. Chalupny scored for the Red Stars early in the second half and afterwards, headed for home here in St. […]

Jacqui – NWSL Sees Record Attendance Post-Cup

It’s a great time to be a women’s soccer fan, with the U.S. National team bringing home the cup last week, we now turn our attention to the place in which these players compete each week, the National Women’s Soccer League. Filled with talented and dedicated athletes, I encourage fans to continue to support these […]

Jacqui — USA Thrill in Win over Japan

Our United States Women are World Champions once again, a declaration we have been waiting a long time to say. This game erased 16 years of pain, suffering and disappointment. We can finally celebrate and remember this date in history. Right from the start there was this feeling of nervous excitement. We came out focused, […]