Tag: soccer

2019 International Champions Cup ‘Biggest and Best,’ According to Exec

The International Champions Cup began in 2013 as a way to increase the significance of European soccer clubs’ preseason tours. Relevent Sports Group transformed a handful of seemingly meaningless summer friendlies with nothing on the line into an annual competition featuring some of the game’s greatest clubs including Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris St. Germain. Continue reading “2019 International Champions Cup ‘Biggest and Best,’ According to Exec”

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SSC Napoli Has Sights Set on US Market

SSC Napoli returns to the United States for the first time in 30 years next month for two matches against FC Barcelona in the inaugural LaLiga-Serie A Cup. The Italian side also recently launched its exclusive brand store on Amazon.com in America. Continue reading “SSC Napoli Has Sights Set on US Market”

Jorge Campos Hopes to See More Mexican Players in MLS

A sellout crowd of 62,493 were in attendance for the 2019 Gold Cup Final on July 7 at Soldier Field in Chicago.

The majority of the fans, though, weren’t rooting for the home team. The Soldier Field stands were a sea of green, white and red. The sights and sounds seemed more like Estadio Azteca. Continue reading “Jorge Campos Hopes to See More Mexican Players in MLS”

Powerade, U.S. Soccer Foundation Create Safe Spaces For Girls to Play

While soccer has seen visible growth in both interest and participation in the United States, unfortunately not everyone attracted to the world’s most-popular sport has a platform to play and enjoy it.

Powerade, the official sports drink of the U.S. Women’s National Team, is partnering with the United States Soccer Foundation to change that. Continue reading “Powerade, U.S. Soccer Foundation Create Safe Spaces For Girls to Play”