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News roundup: USWNT advance, Blake an All-Star, Copa America quarterfinals set

Photo: FIFA.com

Philadelphia Union 

Saves By Dre in Orlando! Andre Blake will represent the Union at the 2019 MLS All-Star game.

The Union play against New England tomorrow night. Their first match of a three match long road trip.

If you need even more reasons to watch the Union.

World Cup 

A pair of penalties sent the USWNT to the World Cup Quarterfinals against France.

Sweden downed Canada 1-0. The US is the only non-European team to advance so far.

Italy and the Netherlands look to continue European dominance in the final Round of 16 matches.


Having a hand in all four Portland goals, the Timbers’ Diego Valeri is the MLS Player of the Week.

A short week in MLS, still plenty of complaining about officials.

Is another MLSer heading to the Bundesliga? 

Gold Cup 

Haiti stuns Costa Rica to to take top spot in group B

Andre Blake and Jamaica face Curacao in a wide open group C.

Will the USMNT make changes for tomorrow’s match against Panama?

Copa America

Japan and Ecuador played to a 1-1 draw, eliminating both from the tournament.

Uruguay topped Chile 1-0 to claim group C.

Which Quarterfinal matchup are you most excited for?



  1. I’m having trouble finding this info- but the USMNT definitely play in philly for the quarterfinals right?

    • Old Soccer Coach says:

      Concacaf website, under gold cup, the schedule & results, and finally quarterfinals:
      Sunday, June 30, either 5:00 pm or 8:30 pm, actual matches still TBD.

    • American Outlaws sent an email this morning saying they would and started selling tickets for the Linc. $50 + service fee. Just bought 5 in section 129

  2. Sinclair not taking that penalty… Canada’s WNT need a retooling.

  3. Andy Muenz says:

    Don’t forget Bermuda getting their first Gold Cup win last night against Nicaragua.
    Colombia-Chile is the quarterfinal I’m looking forward to. 2 time defending champions against the only team that went 3-0 in the group stage.

  4. John P. O'Donnell Jr. says:

    The Haiti game was so fun to watch with the fans going crazy after the win. I seems like USL is well represented with CONCACAF players in this tournament.
    It’s a shame that the federation doesn’t put some funding into these smaller countries building some infrastructure for their teams. Imagine a new stadium or two in each country and letting them co-host a tournament in the future.

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