COSAFA U-20 Cup
The 2011 COSAFA U-20 is a football tournament contested by youth teams from Southern Africa.
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Topsail stabbing: Soccer association eager to get back to normal
Soccer organizers are hoping the sounds of laughing children will return Tuesday evening to the soccer field in eastern Newfoundland where an 11-year-old boy was stabbed in the neck last week. The Conception Bay South Soccer Association immediately ...
Silent soccer mutes fun for some
You get some of that sort of admonishment when a kids' soccer league holds an experimental "silent soccer weekend" as the ironically named Thunder United Metro Futbol Club is doing. Parents and fans were forewarned: No shouting, even encouraging ...
Soccer Transfers Fueled by Secretive Loans Beat UEFA Bid
Soccer's transfer market is getting an extra kick from offshore lending, even as the sport's European ruling body UEFA tries to restrict record spending. Vibrac Corp., a closely held lender in the British Virgin Islands, financed as much as 150 million ...
US soccer players abroad, weekend roundup
Washington Post (blog)
A wrap-up of weekend performances by Americans playing in foreign leagues … Of note: Several U.S. players not listed are competing in smaller leagues or with reserve squads overseas. ENGLAND. Premier League. Goalkeeper Tim Howard played 90 ...
'If I can't play soccer, who am I?'
Kristen Santema (#16) is all smiles now that she is back playing soccer. The 23-year-old overcame aplastic anemia, which kept her off the field for the 2011 season. So far, the defender has played every minute of all six games this season for the ...
Bystanders help rescue teen soccer player after collapse
FOX 4 News
A young soccer player recently went into cardiac arrest mid-game in Plano, but many there were determined to make sure he stayed alive. The victim, 16-year-old Jonathan Nava, had scored his team's only goal before suddenly collapsing on the field face ...
Women's soccer packing it in
Fort McMurray Today
“They're very tough (losses),” Huskies women's soccer head coach Ian Diaz said when asked about the team's failure to pickup points at home for the second straight weekend. “Players need to learn to play better. They have no drive, no heart. I don't ...