• The Canadian Press

    Copa América semifinals in New Jersey and Charlotte, among 14 U.S. cities hosting next summer

    ATLANTA (AP) — Fourteen U.S. cities will play host to Copa América next summer, with the semifinals at East Rutherford, New Jersey, and Charlotte, North Carolina, ahead of the July 14 championship in Miami Gardens, Florida. The governing bodies of South America and of North and Central America and the Caribbean made the announcement Monday, filling in the cities that will be part of the 16-team tournament. The quarterfinals will be held July 4 at NRG Stadium in Houston; July 5 at AT&T Stadium in

  • Kansas City Star

    U.S. Men’s National Team will play Copa America match at Arrowhead Stadium in 2024

    Two years before the 2026 World Cup arrives in KC, the city will host two Copa America matches, including one at Arrowhead

  • Gannett

    MLS condemns racism, pledges support to FC Cincinnati's Alvas Powell

    Major League Soccer officials on Monday condemned the racist message Alvas Powell received following the FC Cincinnati-Columbus Crew match.

  • The Canadian Press

    EPL sells domestic TV rights for record $8.45B in next 4-year cycle

    LONDON (AP) — The Premier League sold its domestic TV rights for 6.7 billion pounds ($8.4 billion) for the next four-year cycle, for what the competition said on Monday was the largest sports media rights deal ever concluded in Britain. The new contract covering the period from 2025-26 to 2028-29 underlined the league's status as the richest in soccer, with the annual figure of 1.675 billion pounds ($2.12 billion) around double the value of domestic rights in each of Germany, Spain and Italy. Sk