6:28 AM ET Associated Press The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team‘s Olympics hopes have reached “do or die mode” following their surprise 3-0 loss to Sweden in their opening match, Megan Rapinoe has said. USWNT’s defeat on Wednesday broke a 44-match unbeaten streak but the world’s top ranked team can still make it to the knockout
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9:51 PM ET Arnor Traustason netted two of the New England Revolution‘s four first-half goals to help pace the Eastern Conference-leading Revolution past host Inter Miami CF 5-0 on Wednesday night in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Traustason, an Icelandic international winger acquired from Swedish side Malmo in March, scored in the 15th minute and again in
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8:00 AM ET Argentina’s Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero’s glittering careers were just beginning when they won Olympic gold in 2008. Koji Watanabe/Getty Images Argentina definitely have pedigree when it comes to men’s Olympic football, having won gold twice in the past two decades. Four years after their first triumph at the summer games in Athens
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8:33 AM ET Adriana Garcia Real Madrid‘s first summer signing David Alaba has said he would love to play alongside Raphael Varane amid reports the France international defender will leave and join Manchester United. Varane, whose contract at Bernabeu is due to expire in June 2022, is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s top defensive target and sources
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6:30 PM ET Associated Press The owners of the Minnesota Vikings have finalized the acquisition of Orlando City SC, giving the Wilf family control of the MLS franchise. The Lions announced Wednesday that brothers Mark Wilf and Zygi Wilf and their cousin, Lenny Wilf, will be managing partners. Mark Wilf will serve as chairman and
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2:37 PM ET Brazilian police charged six Boca Juniors players and officials on Wednesday, a day after they were involved in clashes with rivals and police following their Copa Libertadores elimination by Atletico Mineiro. Two were charged with damaging property and released after paying 3000 reais ($574) bail each, the Minas Gerais state police said
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1:50 PM ET Andrew Cesare Richardson Inter Milan forwards Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez. Carlo Hermann/KONTROLAB/LightRocket via Getty Images Inter Milan are the latest club to pull out of the Florida Cup due to take place this pre-season after Arsenal withdrew on Tuesday. Arsenal announced they would not be travelling to the U.S. for the tournament
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12:15 PM ET Eric GomezMexico writer FIFA has announced it will fine the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) 100,000 swiss francs ($109,000) after anti-gay chants were heard from fans during Mexico‘s May 29 match against Iceland in Arlington, Texas. A spokesperson for FIFA confirmed to ESPN Mexico that this latest round of punishment would not include
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9:33 AM ET Netherlands players celebrate after their sixth goal against Zambia. Koki Nagahama/Getty Images Vivianne Miedema scored four goals and Netherlands routed Zambia 10-3 to open the Olympic women’s football tournament on Wednesday — with Barbra Banda netting all three for the African side. Miedema, the all-time leading scorer in the Women’s Super League, as
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2:31 AM ET The World Cup is the child of the Olympic football tournament. To be more specific, it is the child of the South American contribution to the Olympic football tournament. In 1924, in Paris, Uruguay astonished allcomers with the brilliance of their football — a new balletic style that thrilled the crowds as
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12:14 AM ET Players react to referee Esteban Ostojich after VAR denied Boca Juniors a goal on Tuesday. Bruna Prado-Pool/Getty Images Boca Juniors were knocked out of the Copa Libertadores by Atletico Mineiro on Tuesday but both sides are sure to face sanctions after chaotic scenes during and after the match in Belo Horizonte. Brazilian police
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8:21 PM ET A U.S. District Court judge has ruled in favor of the USSF, dismissing the anti-trust portion of a lawsuit filed by soccer promoter Relevent Sports Group over the holding of official league matches from foreign leagues here. U.S. District Court judge for the Southern District of New York, Valerie Caproni, also ruled
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