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  • Weston soccer club earns Manchester cup berth

    The Weston FC Academy is making its mark in a big way, earning a berth in the Manchester United Premier Cup in August. Based on the team's performance throughout the 2013-14 season and at the recent Academy Showcase in Indiana, the 14-Under Division team...
  • Sporting KC 1, Chicago Fire 1

    The Sports Xchange Sporting KC 1, Chicago Fire 1 KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Sporting Kansas City and the Chicago Fire settled for a 1-1 draw in front of a sell-out crowd on a steamy Sunday afternoon at Sporting Park. Sporting KC dominated every statistical...
  • Fire come away with draw at Kansas City

    The Sports Xchange By David Smale, The Sports Xchange Fire come away with draw at Kansas City KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- If a draw is like kissing your sister, the Chicago Fire's sister is a whole lot more attractive than Sporting Kansas City's sibling. The...
  • UCI men's soccer adds seven

    The UC Irvine men's soccer program has signed seven recruits for the 2014 season. Eddie Molina, a transfer from Foothill Community College by way of Menlo Atherton High, scored 13 goals last season at Foothill, after earning CIF Central Coast Section...
  • Fire draw in return from World Cup break

     Fire draw in return from World Cup break
    The Fire have a message for the estimated 28,000 fans who attended Tuesday's World Cup viewing party at Soldier Field: We've also got a soccer show for you. The Fire hope to convert interest in the World Cup and the U.S. team's run to the round of 16...
  • Viewing party for U.S. Portugal match at Grant Park Sunday

    Viewing party for U.S. Portugal match at Grant Park Sunday
    It worked once -- why mess with success? The U.S. men's soccer team won its first match of the 2014 World Cup Monday while thousands of fans roared their approval while watching live video in Grant Park. Sunday, superstitious fans can try to replicate...
  • Fire seeking fresh start after World Cup break

    Fire seeking fresh start after World Cup break
    The Fire return from their World Cup break looking up from the bottom. So there's no time like the present to start winning as the Fire (2-4-8, 14 points) resume Major League Soccer play at home Wednesday against Toronto FC. The Fire share the MLS...
  • World Cup fever in Chicago, U.S., but what's next?

     World Cup fever in Chicago, U.S., but what's next?
    A decade ago, when Northwestern men's soccer coach Tim Lenahan had "favorite shirt day" at his summer camp in Evanston, the kids showed up in McMahon, Jordan and Sosa jerseys. At favorite shirt day this month, the kids were wearing jerseys proclaiming...
  • U.S. success sparks World Cup fever in Chicago

    U.S. success sparks World Cup fever in Chicago
    Chicago soccer legend Willy Roy noticed the strangest thing during a trip last week to Wood Dale American Legion Post 1205: People wanted to talk soccer. Even for a man who built his life around the beautiful game, this almost never happens. "Older...
  • Fire advances in U.S. Open Cup play

    Fire advances in U.S. Open Cup play
    It was the shortest game in Fire history but it seemed to last forever. But at least it had a happy ending late Wednesday night. Plagued with more than three hours of rain delays, the Fire claimed a 2-1 victory over the visiting Pittsburgh Riverhounds...
  • Grant Park World Cup viewing location shifts

    Grant Park World Cup viewing location shifts
    If you want to watch the World Cup on Sunday in Grant Park, get ready to gooooooooooo all the way to a different part of the park.  U.S. soccer announced Wednesday that the viewing for Sunday's 5 p.m. match against Portugal will take place at Lower...
  • Grant Park World Cup viewing party moves to bigger field

    Grant Park World Cup viewing party moves to bigger field
    So many people turned out for the official Chicago viewing party for this week’s U.S. vs. Ghana World Cup match that organizers have moved Sunday’s U.S.-Portugal viewing party to a larger field in Grant Park. Monday’s party packed...