Family of five in Meridian, Idaho, works as soccer referees. They’ve worked more than 300 games this season.
(MSUB Athletics release) BILLINGS – Bringing the total tally to 13 recruits for the upcoming 2018 fall season, Montana State University Billings men’s soccer head coach Alex Balog introduced two more signings on Tuesday. Samuele Folla of Udine, Italy and Aleksandar Garza of Pacifica, Calif.
TACOMA, WA—Tacoma Narrows FC (Facebook) has revealed their name and crest (designed by Stephen Lloyd) as a new elite adult men’s soccer club rises to the surface in greater Tacoma. The club, which has competed under the name “All-Star Moving” (Puyallup) in the Greater Seattle Soccer League, has designs on going regional.
“TNFC is coming from a large group of players that have played high level and college soccer and have limited choices to continue playing competitive men’s soccer as an adults,” says player and founder Preston McDonald. “Down south there are only rec leagues and coed leagues, so I’m forming this team to give good soccer players a chance to play at the highest level! We believe in the game and playing it at the most honest, true form possible. This plus our hard work will take us to the level we want to be at!”
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Over spring break, Franklin County 15-year-olds Jakobi Dursteler and Kadin Reese represented the Idaho Olympic Development Soccer program on a tour of Spain with other Idaho athletes.
Source: Youth play soccer in Spain
PORTLAND, Ore. – The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and Portland Thorns FC today announced that Providence Park will host the 2018 NWSL Championship match on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 1:30 p.m. (Pacific) on Lifetime.
US Club Soccer and ECNL have announced the setting for the 2018 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp. The sixth annual ECNL/id2 camp will be held July 25-29 at the University of Portland and Nike World Headquarters.
It wasn’t the most artistic of victories for Napa Sporting SC, a 2-1 win over visiting Starphire FC of Southern Oregon on Saturday night, but head coach Bernie Ochoa was more than happy to collect the points.
“We’ll definitely take the three points,” said Ochoa, whose team improved to 5-2-1 and remained tied for second place in the United Premier Soccer League’s Wild West Conference.
“Coming off a two-game skid, it was important today that we got back on track with a positive result.”
The Portland Timbers have taken incremental steps forward in the last fives games and their performance against NYCFC could be a turning point — if the club can continue moving in the right direction.
A Portland, Ore.-based comic book publisher has given new meaning to watching one’s heroes on the football pitch. PTFC x @DarkHorseComics. From street to superhero, our players have been transformed. ✨ https://t.co/ggUMCsQFja #RCTID pic.twitter.com/xAD1sULrMb — Portland Timbers (@TimbersFC)