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Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA, USA: New England Revolution-Houston Dynamo (2-0) Matchday

A few shots of the New England Revolution-Houston Dynamo match at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The stadium’s capacity is 67,756 for American football and 20,000 for soccer (or just football). 33 more words


The Spectacle of Soccer in the USA--An MLS Saturday Afternoon

On Saturday I decided to take the short drive up I-95 to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Normally the towering 68,756 capacity stadium is home to the National (other) Football League’s New England Patriots. 2,207 more words

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MLS Unveils Atlanta Expansion Franchise, To Begin Play In 2017

ATLANTA — Major League Soccer announced its newest team Wednesday, unveiling an expansion team for Atlanta that will begin play in 2017 at the city’s new retractable roof stadium. 289 more words

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Report: New York City FC To Play At Yankee Stadium From 2015 to 2017

New York City FC will have a place to call “home.” It won’t be a home of its own, but it will be a home, nonetheless. 317 more words

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Documentary Series: American Futbol

Three American friends who met at Emerson College in Boston, Mass., Pete, Sam and Peter, are embarking on a journey to the World Cup in Brazil and documenting every step of the way in order to increase the popularity of soccer in the US: “By traveling through Central & South American en route to Brazil for the World Cup, they hope to bridge the gap between the US and the ‘fútbol’-loving nations that impact the ever-growing Latin-flavor of our soccer nation.” Their first stop is over the border into Tijuana, Mexico. 8 more words

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DG's World Cup Squad Prediction - 4/15/14

Goalkeepers: Tim Howard, Brad Guzan, Nick Rimando

There are no questions at goalkeeper. This will be the goal keeping trio in Brazil barring injury. If there is an injury, the final goal keeper will likely be one of Tally Hall, Sean Johnson, or Bill Hamid. 316 more words


Uptick in ads for ESPN---Rise in popularity in the US?

One major question in the US associated with this year’s World Cup is whether or not more Americans will watch the largest single-sport tournament in the world. 121 more words

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