Translator(Title image credit) We took a World Cup break. A long one. That’s why we were publicly absent from MLS attendance discussions for Weeks 14-19 of the 2014 season. Here’s what happened since our last attendance post: Week 14 11 matches 5 sellouts 234,432 in total attendance 21,312 in average attendance Week 15 2 matches 1
Translator (Image credit) I’ve been very interested in the promotion/relegation debate lately. What interests me even more, however, is how YOU feel about it. Please take just a minute to answer these 10 quick questions to clue me in on how you feel about promotion/relegation in the United States soccer system. Questions 1 and
Translator (Image credit) The World Cup ended July 13, but many of the teams in the English Premier League have made moves to help them reach new heights for next season. Here are the top five transfers in the EPL so far: 5. Ander Herrera (Manchester United) Almost a year after a proposed move was
Translator (Image credit) In the 64 matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, 171 goals were scored. If there is a way to keep neutral soccer fans interested in soccer, it’s to see plenty of goals, and this World Cup accomplished that feat. While some of the goals were ordinary, others were spectacular.
Translator (Image credit) For the third time in the last eight World Cup finals, Germany and Argentina will do battle against each other. Both of their last World Cup final victories came against each other, with Argentina crowned champions after defeating Germany in Mexico in 1986, while the 1990 World Cup final saw Germany see