6/16 US Ladies Play Nigeria Tonite


US Defense Clutch vs Sweden Grant Wahl SI

US Looks to Shake of Mediocre play in Group D tonite

What US Needs to do to Win World Cup – Leander Schaerlaeckens  Yahoo

US Expects Fight from Nigeria – Pro Soccer Talk

Klingenberg stands Tall on Line to Save US – Grant Wahl SI

Abby Says US Would Score more Goals on Grass

World Cup Fox Coverage Ratings

Seeding Messed Up for this World Cup SI

Shannon Boxx eyes World Cup Title Despite Illness – SI

US vs Sweden breaks TV Records

American Outlaws Bridge the Divide between Men and Women – The Goalkeeper

Rapinoes Biggest Fan in Jail

What We Learned Day 10 of World Cup

What to Expect today Day 11

World Cup Standings

Indy 11 Watch Party at Fishers Chatham Tap Tonite 7 pm Coverage Starts


The Martins U12G and U10G and Coach Andy – Support the US Women in Winnepeg for the first 2 Group Games.


US Open Cup Action Tonite Online – including Portland vs Seattle

Italy Must win Friendly tonight for top 8 seeding in World Cup

Venezuela shocks Columbia in Copa

Neymar Saves Brazil in Copa

Chile Mexico Draw 3-3

USA WOMEN -Advancement Scenarios:


Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
United States 2 1 0 1 3 1 2 4
Australia 2 1 1 0 3 3 0 3
Sweden 2 0 0 2 3 3 0 2
Nigeria 2 0 1 1 3 5 -2 1

The U.S. Women’s National Team is assured advancement to the knockout stage if it finishes Group D in first or second place.

USA will finish in first place if:

  • It beats Nigeria
  • It ties Nigeria and Australia vs. Sweden finishes in a tie
  • It ties Nigeria and Sweden beats Australia by one goal
  • It loses to Nigeria by one goal and Sweden ties Australia

If the USA finishes first in Group D, the team would play the third place finisher of Group B/E/F on June 22 in Edmonton.

USA will finish in second place if:

  • It ties Nigeria and Australia beats Sweden
  • It ties Nigeria and Sweden beats Australia by more than two goals
  • It ties Nigeria and Sweden beats Australia by two goals, but Sweden has more “Goals For” than USA
  • It loses to Nigeria by one goal and there is a winner between Australia and Sweden
  • It loses to Nigeria by two goals, Australia and Sweden tie, and the USA has more “Goals For” than Australia

If the USA finishes second in Group D, the team would play Brazil on June 21 in Moncton.

The USA can also advance if it finishes as one of the top four third-place finishers across the six World Cup groups. Advancement as a third-place team will not be assured until the Group Stage concludes on June 17. The U.S. cannot finish below third place in the group. Though Nigeria would pass the U.S. with a multi-goal margin of victory, it is not possible for both Sweden and Australia to overtake the U.S.

USA could finish in third place if:

  • It loses to Nigeria by two or more goals

If the USA finishes third in Group D and advances, the team could play the winner of Group B on June 20 in Ottawa – or – play the winner of Group A on June 21 in Vancouver.


Tuesday 16 June
5:00 PM – Ecuador v. Japan (Group C, Winnipeg) – FOX Sports 1
5:00 PM – Switzerland v. Cameroon (Group C,– Edmonton) – FOX Sports 2
8:00 PM – Nigeria v. USA (Group D, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX
8:00 PM – Australia v. Sweden (Group D,– Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

Wednesday 17 June
4:00 PM – Mexico v. France (Group F,– Ottawa) – FOX
4:00 PM – England v. Colombia (Group F, Montreal) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Costa Rica v. Brazil (Group E, Moncton) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Korea Republic v. Spain (Group E, Ottawa) – FOX Sports 2

Fri,  June 19

9:30 pm    U20 WC – 3rd Place Game  Fox 2

Sat, June 20

1 am         U20 WC Final  Fox Sports 1

3 pm         Uruguay vs Paraguay  beIn Sports

Sun, June 21

1 pm         WWC – Sweet 16

4 pm         WWC – Sweet 16

5 pm         DC United vs New England – MLS – ESPN2

5:30 pm     Brazil vs Venezuela   beIn Sports

7:30 pm     WWC – Sweet 16

10 pm         Real Salt Lake vs Sporting KC – Fox Sports 1

Mon, June 22

5 pm         WWC – Sweet 16

8 pm         WWC – Sweet 16

Sun, June 28

5 pm         NY City FC hosts NY Red Bulls – MLS – ESPN

7 pm         Portland Timbers host Seattle Sounders – Fox Sports 1

Friday, July 3

International friendly

6:30 p.m., Fox Sports 1 and UniMás: United States men vs. Guatemala (at LP Field, Nashville, Tenn.)

Tuesday, July 7 – GOLD CUP STARTS

7:30        US Men vs Honduras Fox Sports 1


http://www.foxsports.com/foxsportsgo  Women’s World Cup online – if your cable provider supports – also check the smartphone app.

Soccer Camps – Boys and Girls -Ages 6 – 14

Post2Post Soccer Camp
Former Pittsburgh Head Coach Sue-Moy Chin and Coach Carla Baker run their annual field player camp for players of all abilities July 27-30 — 9 am to 3 pm $190 each @ Badger

Goal2Gol Soccer Camp   SOLD OUT
CHS Men’s Head Coach Shane Schmidt, a former U-20 US National Team player, runs his annual camp from 9 am to 2 pm July 13-17. $150 before 6/30 @ River Road Fields.  SOLD OUT

Kick In for your Community — Meijer and NABISCO for every participating product purchased, 5¢ will be donated to Youth Soccer organizations, up to $100,000

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