Prioritization of other sports, lack of accessibility and weak youth development programs have prevented the U.S. from international success.
Ta’s Timeout: LAFC’s Amazing Start
In their second season in the MLS, LAFC have jumped out to a 6-1-1 record, good for first place in the Western Conference.
Ta’s Timeout: What could have been: A disappointing end to a great inaugural season for LAFC
In the beginning of the 2018 Major League Soccer season, Los Angeles football fans had plenty of reason to be excited and hopeful. Expansion squad Los Angeles Football Club was expected to bring a new dynamic to the league and the five-time MLS Champions LA Galaxy were poised to compete
What to Watch for in the MLS Conference Finals
This weekend the MLS playoffs march forward, and I’m here to preview the Conference Finals. Even though the local Los Angeles Galaxy will not be playing, 5C students should still certainly tune in for the following exciting matchups as the season nears its end. In the Eastern Conference, we have the
Save the Crew: Why Professional Soccer Must Remain in Columbus
Earlier this week, the Columbus Crew soccer team played what could be their last home playoff game in front of their loyal fanbase. The owner of the Crew, Anthony Precourt, announced on Oct. 17 that if ownership cannot secure a new stadium deal in Columbus, the franchise will be relocated to Austin,
MLS Decision Day Creates Excitement, Drama and Heroics
On Sunday, Major League Soccer’s (MLS) final day of the regular season, also known as “Decision Day,” brought all the action a soccer fan could ask for: red cards, beautiful goals, and plenty of late drama as teams fought for playoff spots and positioning. In the Eastern Conference, the playoff teams