13-year-old Da’vian Kimbrough becomes youngest pro in U.S. history, signs with Sacramento

Sacramento Republic FC of the United Soccer League made history on Tuesday by signing a 13-year-old player to a professional contract.

Da'vian Kimbrough, who is 13 years, 5 months and 13 days old, signed with Sacramento to become the youngest pro player in U.S. soccer history. The record most recently belonged to Maximo Carrizo, who signed with New York City FC's senior squad on his 14th birthday in February 2022.

The club also claims that Kimbrough is the youngest professional athlete in American team sports history.

Los 10 fichajes más caros en la historia de la Liga MX

Monterrey dio el gran golpe del mercado luego de convencer a Sergio Canales que la Liga MX era el mejor lugar para continuar su carrera. Plenamente vigente, el seleccionado español decidió acabar su vínculo con el Real Betis, transformándose en uno de los fichajes más caros en la historia del fútbol mexicano.

2021 MLS Golden Boot winner Taty Castellanos makes record transfer from NYCFC to Lazio

New York City FC announced the sale of star forward Valentin "Taty" Castellanos to Italian side Lazio on Friday for a team-record transfer fee.

The MLS club did not disclose financial details, but multiple reports said Lazio paid about $16.7 million USD to complete the transaction.

Declan Rice becomes most expensive British transfer in history after Arsenal signing

Arsenal have signed Declan Rice on a long-term contract from West Ham United, the north London club said on Saturday, with manager Mikel Arteta describing the England international as an "exceptional talent".

Financial details of the transfer were not disclosed but British media reported that the fee for the midfielder was $137.45 million, making it a record transfer between two British clubs.

"He is a player with tremendous ability, who has been performing at a high level in the Premier League and for England for a number of seasons now," Arteta said in a statement.

¡Explotó rápido! La imponente marca que dejó Henry Martín con su gol ante Jamaica

Henry Martín abrió el marcador en la victoria 3-0 de México frente a Jamaica, facilitando en gran parte el paso del Tri a la gran final de la Copa Oro.

Riqui Puig terrorizes LAFC in front of record-breaking crowd at the Rose Bowl

In front of an MLS-record crowd of 82,110 supporters, Riqui Puig's 73rd-minute goal gave the Los Angeles Galaxy a 2-1 victory over visiting Los Angeles FC on Tuesday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

20-year-old Michelle Cooper, No. 2 pick in the draft, scores fastest NWSL goal ever

When it comes to rookies in the National Women's Soccer League, most of the discussion has centered around No. 1 overall pick Alyssa Thompson. The headlines write themselves when you're talking about an 18-year-old who's already scored some spectacular goals for Angel City and is challenging for the USWNT World Cup squad.

But what about No. 2 overall pick Michelle Cooper, the forward who won the 2022 Hermann Trophy as the nation's best college player with 19 goals and 11 assists in 22 games during her sophomore season at Duke?

Gündoğan’s screamer just 12 seconds into FA Cup final helps lead City to victory over United

LONDON — Manchester City moved to within one victory of completing a momentous treble as they beat Manchester United 2-1 in the FA Cup final thanks to Ilkay Gundogan's double on Saturday.

City captain Gundogan entered the record books by scoring the fastest goal in FA Cup final history as he crashed home a stunning volley 12 seconds after kickoff.

Gundogan FA Cup final goal

Gio Reyna could become second American to win Bundesliga after Leipzig stun Bayern

RB Leipzig shocked Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on Saturday with a 3-1 victory on the second-to-last matchday of the season. This opens the door for Borussia Dortmund who defeated Augsburg on Sunday and sit two points ahead of Bayern.

Dortmund are top of the Bundesliga table entering the final matchday meaning that American forward Gio Reyna is 90 minutes away from winning the league.

This begs the question, has an American won the Bundesliga before?

San Diego group pays record MLS expansion fee of half a billion dollars

Major League Soccer received a record $500 million expansion fee to field an expansion team in San Diego for the 2025 season, according to multiple reports Tuesday.

Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Mansour and the local Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation are the owners of the new San Diego franchise, which will be the league's third club in Southern California after the Los Angeles Galaxy and Los Angeles FC.