October 15, 2014 PLENTY TO PLAY FOR
Rev's last two games all about postseason position
A few weeks ago, when the Eastern Conference table remained tightly congested, it looked like the playoff race would end up going down to the wire. Instead, separation arrived early and, barring a colossal Columbus Crew collapse, all that remains is the final sorting out among the top five contenders.
October 14, 2014 JOZY SCORES AT HOME
Honduras’ late goal ties US
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Jozy Altidore scored for the US and Maynor Figueroa scored late in the match as the US Men’s National Team battled to a 1-1 draw with Honduras in an international friendly in front of 14,805 fans at FAU Stadium Tuesday night.
October 14, 2014 SOCCER BUSINESS
New beer for MLS, new marketing group for NSCAA
Heineken has announced a new long term partnership making it the official beer of Major League Soccer. The import beer replaces Budweiser as the league's brew sponsor, a relationship that ran back to the founding of the league in 1996.
October 14, 2014 MLS INFORMER
News and notes from around the league
U.S. preparations for Olympic qualifying and hopefully the 2016 Rio Games had a less-than-promising setback Monday when Tab Ramos’ U-23 charges fell 3-0 to Brazil after a weeklong training camp in the South American nation.
October 14, 2014 TWO MORE FOR USL PRO
Sounders, Timbers add second teams
USL PRO is expanding again. The Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders become the second and third Major League Soccer teams to add a "2" franchise in the third division league, following the Los Angeles Galaxy, whose Galaxy II advance to the USL PRO championship game this season.
October 12, 2014 MLS ROUNDUP
DC dumps Dynamo, Dallas clinches playoff berth
HOUSTON--Taylor Kemp scored his first career goal and Fabian Espindola added his 10th of the season as D.C. United defeated the Houston Dynamo 3-1 Sunday to move within a point of winning the Eastern Conference regular season crown.