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  1. Asia needs to look to the MLS

    John Duerden

    It's easy to get carried away with numbers when discussing China. 600 million, some said, watched Li Tie and Sun Jihai line up when Everton and Manchester City played in 2004. 450 million, some claim, are fans of basketball, with 300 million active p...

    Blog | January 18, 2014
  2. DC United, city agree on $300M soccer-only stadium

    Associated Press

    MLS news

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2013
  3. Soccer: Transfer window's winners & losers

    Ian Darke

    ESPN's Ian Darke gives us his take on the winners and losers from the January transfer window.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2011
  4. 2010 World Cup: Soccer City stadium hosts 1st game since upgrade

    About 76,000 people attended the first game at Soccer City stadium on Saturday, the venue that will host the opening game and final at the World Cup after being given a $300 million upgrade.

    Story | Conversation | May 22, 2010
  5. Real Madrid tops D.C. United 3-0 in exhibition

    Real Madrid beat D.C. United 3-0 Sunday in an exhibition game before 72,368 fans at FedEx Field. The Spanish powerhouse -- which spent some $375 million on new players in the offseason -- also beat Toronto FC 5-1 on Friday during its preseason tour.

    Story | Conversation | August 09, 2009
  6. Bundesliga opens media rights auction

    Germany's Bundesliga hopes to raise significantly more from the sale of media rights to future soccer seasons than the 300 million euros (GBP;200 million) it made this year after 35 companies applied to join the auction.

    Story | Conversation | November 01, 2005
  7. The Space Between

    Luke Cyphers

    Abbas Suan has given Israel hope for the World Cup -- and for harmony between Arabs and Jews.

    Story | Conversation | August 23, 2005
  8. PSG tell Rooney to 'name his price'

    ESPN staff

    Transfer news

    Story | Conversation | June 01, 2013
  9. Spanish giants move past Man U

    Real Madrid has replaced Manchester United as the world's richest club, says a survey of club finances carried out by World Soccer magazine.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2003