MLS

Maalique Foster Scored A Panenka Penalty, Did A Backflip And Then Hit The Steph Curry Sleep Celly

Sacramento Republic FC might have the coldest soccer player in the world on its team. Ice runs through this man’s veins and he fears nothing. If you don’t believe me then one look at this Maalique Foster penalty kick vs. Sporting KC in the U.S. Open Cup semifinal might change your mind.

Maalique Foster Penalty Kick vs. Sporting KC

Let’s set the stage really quick.

Luis Suárez Returns To Boyhood Club After Rejecting MLS Offers

Former Liverpool and Barcelona forward Luis Suárez has re-joined Uruguayan team Nacional on a free transfer, returning to the Montevideo-based club after 16 years in Europe.

The 35-year-old, who left LaLiga side Atlético Madrid at the end of last season, said on social media on Tuesday he had reached a pre-contract agreement with Nacional, where he started his professional career in 2005.

"Proud to wear my shirt again at @Nacional," Suarez wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. "Thank you all for the support! See you soon."

Full TV Schedule For The Biggest Games This Weekend You Won’t Want To Miss

Soccer On TV This Weekend (July 29-31)

All Times ET


Friday, July 29

Copa América Femenina

Third-Place Game: Argentina vs. Paraguay, 8 p.m. (FS2)

NWSL

N.C. Courage vs. Washington Spirit, 7:30 p.m. (Paramount+)

Racing Louisville vs. Portland Thorns, 8 p.m. (Paramount+)

Major League Soccer

LAFC vs. Seattle Sounders, 11 p.m. (FS1)

Liga MX

River Plate, Dortmund, Nacional And Now MLS: Where Will Luis Suárez Go?

This summer's Luis Suárez transfer saga has been all over the place, and reports now place the Uruguayan in MLS.

After two seasons at Atlético Madrid, Suárez became a free agent July 1 and it was time to look for a new club. Many suggested that a move back to South America would be ideal for the striker after a 16-year career abroad. However, with Qatar around the corner, Suárez preferred to remain in Europe to prepare for his last World Cup.

“My priority is to stay in Europe,” he said.

What’s A Xogg? Pre-MLS Franchise Built With Briefcases Of Cash, The Mob And A Victoria’s Secret CEO

It all started with a throwaway line: "If anyone knows what a Xogg is, please get in contact with me," I wrote in an article about the best names of defunct American soccer teams back in April.

I pondered the absurdity of the Columbus Xoggz — a name without meaning that still captures the imagination of a soccer writer who wasn't even alive when the team played.

Soldier Field To Go Soccer-Specific For Chicago Fire If Bears Leave City

It looks increasingly likely that the NFL's Chicago Bears will leave Soldier Field for a new stadium in Arlington Park, but that hasn't stopped the city and Mayor Lori Lightfoot from unveiling plans for a massive renovation to the 98-year-old facility and the 57-acre Museum Campus it sits on (home to the Shed Aquarium and Field Museum).

Tea Time With David Episode 22

This week's soccer news includes Americans transferring abroad to USWNT winning titles and the most skilled soccer tricks on social media. David is back and he gives you a rundown on the most important things that happened this summer in case you missed anything!

¡Oh, No, Le Abollaron La Cara! Héctor Herrera Sufre Sangriento Corte En La MLS

No fue una buena noche para Héctor Herrera y el Houston Dynamo. El equipo cayó 2-1 en casa ante el Minnesota United, mientras que HH sufrió un corte en su cara que lo dejó sangrando por varios minutos. 

Héctor Herrera sufre corte en la cara

La secuencia ocurrió hacia el final del primer tiempo cuando Herrera trató de despejar de cabeza una carga de Minnesota United. En el intento chocó con su compañero Fabrice Picault y de inmediato comenzó a caer sangre desde su ceja izquierda.

Gareth Bale Scores First MLS Goal, Lorenzo Insigne Makes Toronto Debut And Gets Cheeky Assist

Gareth Bale scored his first goal for LAFC on Saturday night during a 2-0 victory against Sporting KC. Bale was substituted in at the 65-minute mark and fired in his first MLS goal in the 83rd minute to put the nail in the coffin for LAFC.

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