Administrators, Police Differ on Cause of Deadly Soccer Stampede
Tear gas triggered panic at an Indonesian soccer match, leading to one of the deadliest sports disasters ever.
Investigation Into NWSL Finds Emotional Abuse, Sexual Misconduct
The inquiry led by former acting attorney general Sally Yates found systemic problems throughout the women’s soccer landscape.
Indonesian Police Chief, Officers Ousted After Deadly Soccer Stadium Crush
Over a dozen officers are responsible for firing tear gas that set off a crush that killed 125 people at a soccer match on Saturday.
USMNT Abroad: Pulisic Tries to Win Over Potter, Pepi Scores Again
With no more U.S. gatherings before the World Cup, all the focus is on club play, and a few hopefuls for Qatar answered the bell over the weekend.
Matchups, Bracket Set for 2022 NWSL Playoffs
The six teams have punched their playoff tickets, and OL Reign has won the Shield. Now comes the chase for the title.
LAFC Clinches Supporters’ Shield on Stoppage-Time Goal
Dénis Bouanga secured LAFC’s win over the Portland Timbers, and with it cemented MLS’s best regular-season record.
Man City’s Hat Trick Heroes Show Gap Between Manchester Rivals
Erling Haaland and Phil Foden each scored three goals Sunday in a brilliant attacking display, showing just how far behind Man United is from its crosstown rival.
Erling Haaland Nets Hat Trick in First Manchester Derby
The Norwegian star now has three hat tricks in his last three Premier League games at home.
At Least 125 Dead at Indonesian Soccer Match As Tear Gas Triggers Panic
Around 300 fans were transported to the hospital after the violence broke out between host Arema FC and Persebaya on Saturday.
Arsenal Keeps Supplying Evidence Its Rejuvenation Is for Real
An impressive derby triumph over Tottenham is the latest notch in the belt for Mikel Arteta’s first-place side.
CAS to Hear Chile’s Appeal Over Ecuador’s World Cup Eligibility
Sport’s highest court has been asked to judge a case that aims to remove Ecuador from the World Cup.
Abby Wambach to Fully Divest From Brett Favre–Backed Company
Her decision comes while the former NFL quarterback is at the center of a Mississippi welfare fraud case.
Spain Drops Rebel Women Players, Coach Won’t Resign
Spain has revealed its squad for friendlies against Sweden and the USWNT next month, and Jorge Vilda will lead a group that’s far less than full strength.
Ten Hag Backs Maguire to Rediscover Top Form at Man United
The English center back has come under constant criticism for his performances for the Red Devils.
FIFA Gives Reasoning for Denying Chile’s Appeal of Ecuador’s WC Place
The case centered on Byron Castillo and whether he was eligible to feature for La Tri in World Cup qualifying.
Qatar Confirms COVID-19 Test Requirements for World Cup Fans
Visitors will need to show proof of a negative test result upon arrival to the World Cup host nation.
Dunn Returns, Morgan Out for USWNT vs. England, Spain
The U.S. will head abroad for two important tests in the build-up to next summer’s Women’s World Cup.
USMNT World Cup Roster Projection 3.0: Final Decisions
With the last pre–World Cup camp in the rearview, here’s how the U.S player pool is shaping up before Gregg Berhalter’s big November decision.
Dortmund Manager Provides Update on Reyna’s Injury Status
The U.S. winger was taken out of Tuesday’s friendly vs. Saudi Arabia as a precaution but will miss time for his club.
Denmark to Wear World Cup Jerseys That Protest Qatar
Sponsored by Hummel, the national team’s jerseys include an all-black option that intends to honor migrant workers who died during construction work for the tournament.