Women's World Cup news
World Cup news
Toronto FC defender Danny Califf is retiring as a player and will become a scout for the team.
Major League Soccer hopes to announce plans in four to six weeks for a stadium in Queens for a 20th team.
Standard & Poor's is warning that many of the Russian host cities for World Cup 2018 will have trouble finding the money to build soccer stadiums.
Sporting Kansas City coach Peter Vermes has been elected to the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame along with Joe-Max Moore, another former forward on the American national team.
D.C. United midfielder Andy Najar has been transferred to Belgian club Anderlecht.
Having played in two leagues that folded, Abby Wambach wants the new eight-team women's U.S. soccer circuit to be part of her legacy.
D.C. United has loaned defender Andy Najar to Anderlecht for January.
Abby Wambach has been voted FIFA Women's World Player of the Year, becoming the first American to win the award in a decade.
Premier League club Wigan has signed Honduras midielder Roger Espinoza from Major League Soccer's Sporting Kansas City.
Lionel Messi can break another soccer record on Monday by being selected the world's best player for an unprecedented fourth time.
A Ugandan government official says 17 Eritrean soccer players and a team doctor have applied for political asylum after going missing during a regional tournament.
Former U.S. national team and D.C. United forward Josh Wolff is retiring as a player and will be a full-time assistant coach with the Major League Soccer club.
South Africa spent just over $3 billion on the 2010 World Cup, the first held in Africa.