WASHINGTON — It can be easy to forget, what with all the political posturing and deal-making that such projects require, who really benefits when a professional team gets a new stadium. Everyone always wants to…
What would soccer jerseys look like if every state (and, of course, the District) had their own home and away kits? One University of Maryland student shared his vision.
A brewing controversy between grass and turf for the 2015 Women\’s World Cup has shed light on larger issues of gender inequality in the sport.
A soccer player for both the Philadelphia Union and the Sierra Leone national team wants people to take this challenge to raise money for Doctors Without Borders.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The D.C. councilmember who could end up deciding the fate of a proposed new soccer stadium for D.C. United will hold two public hearings on the project. Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed…
From ticket sales to television ratings, the D.C. area has emerged as the most passionate region for soccer in America.
As if Brazil didn\’t have enough to deal with as the World Cup approaches, the worst drought in more than 80 years is hitting the country\’s largest city just as it prepares for the tens of thousands of foreigners expected at the tournament opener.
JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Mix Diskerud figures the whole honor of wearing No. 10 is only temporary. He fully expects to play alongside Landon Donovan again down the road with…
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley and WTOP Sports Director Dave Johnson chat with former D.C. United coach Thomas Rongen, whose experience coaching American Samoa is the subject of the new documentary \”Next Goal Wins.\”
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Jurgen Klinsmann cut right to it: The U.S. has some serious catching up to do a month before its World Cup opener. Klinsmann was eager to get started on a scorching…
It\’s more than just a ball. A lot of science, technology and money goes into making the World Cup ball. But does it make a difference?
D.C. United\’s fans have proven equally vocal
online in support of a new home for Washington\’s Major
League Soccer franchise.
It\’s nothing new, but it\’s something to be noted: The fan base of soccer in the D.C. area is growing — and at a rapid pace.
Twenty of the best 15-year-old soccer players from the region competed in a tournament this weekend for a chance to train with some of the biggest stars of Liga MX – the highest level of the Mexican football league.
A new study of longtime soccer players finds those who \”head\” the ball most frequently are most likely to have brain injuries and memory problems.