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New U.S. Soccer National Training Center coming to Kansas City

New U.S. Soccer National Training Center coming to Kansas City

A picture with all of the members, announcing the opening of the U.S. Soccer National Training Center that will open in Kansas City, KS. Photo provided by Soccer By Ives.

A picture with all of the responsible members, announcing the opening of the U.S. Soccer National Training Center that will open in Kansas City, KS. Photo provided by Soccer By Ives.

Kansas City is on the verge of becoming the capitol of soccer in the United States.

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

KANSAS CITY, KS–“I am going to Kansas City…Kansas City here I come,” the new 100,00 square…

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Frank Lampard is introduced to New York City

Frank Lampard is introduced to New York City

Frank Lampard posses while wearing a t-shirt of his new teams logo. Photo provided by MLSSoccer.com

Frank Lampard posses while wearing a t-shirt of his new teams logo. Photo provided by MLSSoccer.com

The English international is officially a member of New York City FC.

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

Frank Lampard on Thursday morning became an official New Yorker, as he was formally introduced to the public as the NYCFC fourth player and second designated player in Brooklyn.

In a…

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DeMarcus Beasely is heading back to Major League Soccer

DeMarcus Beasely is heading back to Major League Soccer

DaMarcus Beasley is heading back home to Major League Soccer, this time he will be heading to the Houston Dynamo. Photo by Kyle Rivas/Getty Images

DaMarcus Beasley is heading back home to Major League Soccer, this time he will be heading to the Houston Dynamo. Photo by Kyle Rivas/Getty Images

The Houston Dynamo have won the race for DeMarcus Beasley in Major League Soccer allocation by exchanging with Toronto FC for the U.S. international. 

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

The four time World Cup veteran will be coming back to MLS, and…

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Fernando Arce Jr. chooses the United States over Mexico

Fernando Arce Jr. chooses the United States over Mexico

Fernando Arce Jr. playing against Australia for the U.S. Under-20 National team in the NTC Invitational on Friday. Photo provided by American Soccer Now.

Fernando Arce Jr. playing against Australia for the U.S. Under-20 National team in the NTC Invitational on Friday. Photo provided by American Soccer Now.

The son of Mexican international Frenando Arce has chosen to represent his birth nation, the United States. 

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

The California native Fernando Arce Jr. has pledged to play for the Yanks after playing in three…

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Frank Lampard is headed to New York City FC

Frank Lampard is headed to New York City FC

Frank Lampard is heading to Major League Soccer newest club, New York City FC. Photo provided by the Daily Mail.

Frank Lampard is heading to Major League Soccer newest club, New York City FC. Photo provided by the Daily Mail.

The long time Chelsea midfielder will be leaving England, and now heading to the states to play in the  2015 expansion team for Major League Soccer, New York City FC.

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

The 36-year-old former captain of Chelsea will be going across the pond to play…

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The United States Men’s Soccer team are heading into a new era
John Brooks (Left), Julian Green (Center), DeAndre Yedlin (Right) are few of the young players that are leading the charge for the United States in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Photo provided by USA Today.

John Brooks (Left), Julian Green (Center), DeAndre Yedlin (Right) are few of the young players that will be leading the charge for the United States in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Photo provided by USA Today.

The Yanks are now preparing to go into a new direction, with a new group of players coming in and Jürgen Klinsmann will be leading the way for a bright future. 

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor…

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The best player of the 2014 World Cup, is James Rodríguez

The best player of the 2014 World Cup James Rodríguez

James Rodríguez celebrates scoring one of his six goals he scored in the 2014 World Cup. Photo provided by Press Herald.

James Rodríguez celebrates scoring one of his six goals he scored in the 2014 World Cup. Photo provided by Press Herald.

The 23-year-old play maker carried Colombia to unknown grounds by making it to the quarterfinals in the World Cup for the first time.

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

Rodríguez entered the tournament as an unknown player to most of the world, however, after playing five…

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Germany win their fourth World Cup
Germany Captain Philipp Lahm became the fourth captain to lift the World Cup trophy for Germany on Sunday afternoon at Rio de Janeiro. Photo provided by The Daily Mail.

Germany Captain Philipp Lahm became the fourth captain to lift the World Cup trophy for Germany on Sunday afternoon at Rio de Janeiro. Photo provided by Sky Sports.

World Cup Final 

The Germans lift the World Cup trophy for the first time since the 1990 World Cup in Italy, after getting the late goal from substitute Mario Götze to secure the title with a narrow 1-0 victory in extra time.

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The Netherlands achieve third place with ease against host nation Brazil
The Dutch pose for a picture after winning the third place match against Brazil on Saturday at Brasilia. Photo provided by Epoch Times.

The Dutch pose for a picture after winning the third place match against Brazil on Saturday at Brasilia. Photo provided by Epoch Times.

Third Place Match 

The Dutch continue the nightmare for Brazil by defeating the Samba Kings 3-0 to win third place in the 2014 World Cup.

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

BRASILIA–In the Capitol of Brazil the Dutch breezed through the third place match…

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Argentina are heading to their first World Cup final since the 1990 World Cup

are heading to their first World Cup final since the 1990 World Cup

Sergio Romero celebrates after stopping his second penalty, and set up Argentina to beat the Netherlands and go to the finals on Wednesday night at São Paulo. Photo provided by Epoch Times.

Sergio Romero celebrates after stopping his second penalty, and set up Argentina to beat the Netherlands and go to the finals on Wednesday night at São Paulo. Photo provided by Epoch Times.

Semifinals 

Argentina ended the Dutch dream in penalties with Sergio Romero and Maxi Rodríguez ending the orange party in penalties, 4-2. 

Byline: Jorge Belon, Editor in Chief

São Paulo–Sergio Romero makes…

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