Previous
Brighton & Hove Albion
Derby County
2
1
FT
Game Details
AFC Wimbledon
Millwall
0
1
FT
Game Details
Newport County
Manchester City
1
4
FT
Game Details
Next

Fernando Clavijo, National Soccer Hall of Fame member, dies at 63

National Soccer Hall of Fame member Fernando Clavijo, who was part of the U.S. squad at the 1994 World Cup, died Friday at age 63.

Clavijo died at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and had battled multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer, for five years.

Clavijo had a prominent career as a coach and club executive with Major League Soccer. The Uruguay native served as head coach of the New England Revolution (2000-02) and Colorado Rapids (2005-08), and served as technical director at FC Dallas for...

New England Revolution sign U.S. U20 star Justin Rennicks to Homegrown deal

Forward Justin Rennicks has joined the New England Revolution as a Homegrown Player, the MLS club announced.

Rennicks, 19, is a product of the Revolution's Academy, where he spent five years before going on to play two seasons at Indiana University.

He was the Academy Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016.

"Justin was a talented and productive player during his time in our Academy, and he further distinguished himself at Indiana University and in the U.S. Youth National Team system," general manager...

FC Cincinnati selects UCLA's Frankie Amaya with top pick in MLS SuperDraft

Frankie Amaya, left, poses for a picture with MLS commissioner Don Garber after FC Cincinnati picked him No. 1 in the SuperDraft.
Frankie Amaya is the youngest player in this year's draft.

Expansion side FC Cincinnati selected UCLA midfielder Frankie Amaya No. 1 overall in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft on Friday.

"This is what I worked my whole life for," Amaya told MLSSoccer.com at the draft in Chicago. "This is a crazy moment."

Amaya, 18, is the youngest player in the draft, but his upside is such that he's expected to adapt well to the professional game, even in a central playmaking role that is usually the domain of foreign players.

The Generation Adidas player spent just one season...

Edgar Castillo traded to Revolution; Kelyn Rowe goes to Sporting KC; Diego Rubio to Rapids

Edgar Castillo will head to the New England Revolution, Kelyn Rowe will go to Sporting Kansas City, and Diego Rubio will play for Colorado Rapids following two trades on Tuesday involving the three clubs.

The Revolution acquired Castillo for Rowe from Colorado. The Rapids then sent Rowe, $200,000 in general allocation money, and $100,000 in target allocation money to Kansas City for Rubio.

Castillo made 28 starts for Colorado under Anthony Hudson in his debut MLS season following a long career in...

Chelsea, New England Revolution announce antisemitism match in U.S.

Chelsea or Celtic? Neymar or Mbappe? We put our very own Craig Burley on the spot in the latest edition of 'You Have To Answer.'

Chelsea and the New England Revolution have confirmed they will play a friendly as part of their campaign against antisemitism.

The match, dubbed "Game for Change," will be played in Spring of 2019 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

"I am proud of the work Chelsea does to promote equality and tackle discrimination all over the world," Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich said in a statement.

"The Say No To Antisemitism campaign has already achieved so much in raising awareness...