Union chief business officer Tim McDermott grew up here, and still believes deeply in what he calls the "blue-collar, tough-as-nails passion" of local sports fans. But the city has changed, and he knows it.
The supporters' club's tailgate area is likely to move next year, but the away fans section is likely to stay where it is.
GENEVA (AP) - Three soccer officials who pleaded guilty in American courts to accepting bribes were banned for life by the FIFA ethics committee on Tuesday.
After a bit of a layoff, the Major League Soccer playoffs continue Tuesday when the two-legged conference finals start. In the East, the Columbus Crew host Toronto FC, while the Seattle Sounders visit the Dynamo in the West.
One of the most successful teams in National Women's Soccer League history no longer exists.
The full-time job has been vacant since Bruce Arena stepped down last month in the wake of the failed qualifying campaign.
Hour after hour in a New York City courtroom, the schemes to corrupt world soccer are spilling out.
NEW YORK (AP) - Payments to the head of Peruvian soccer were masked under the name "Fiat." Money for Paraguay's boss was listed as "Honda."
Having made the breakthrough, the first woman referee in any of Europe's top soccer leagues is asking how long it will take for other countries to follow Germany's example.
Caleb Porter's stunning exit in Portland made him the seventh MLS head coach to leave his position this calendar year.
Many American soccer fans tell themselves that MLS is different than those other American leagues. The debacle in Columbus should be a clear sign that it's not.
What fans saw in Tuesday's loss at Trinidad & Tobago represents just a fraction of the problem.
Haris Medunjanin's life story is unlike any other the Union locker room has seen. Indeed, it is rare even by the standards of international soccer globetrotting.