Your shopping cart is empty!
THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY
1979-Giorgio Chinaglia and Antonio Carbognani each score twice as the New York Cosmos defeat the Singapore National Team 4-1.
1981-The Fort Lauderdale Strikers lose their second straight game on their European tour, falling to PAOK in Salonika, Greece 1-0.
2001-Joe-Max Moore scores a game winning penalty giving the U.S. a 2-1 win over Jamaica at Foxboro Stadium, and other results fall in the their favor to clinch a spot in the 2002 World Cup
2006- Kenny Cooper's 11th goal of the season gives FC Dallas a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy at Pizza Hut Park. The Galaxy are eliminated from the post season for the first time in club history.
2007- Halftime substitute Gavin Glinton's 77th-minute tally gives the Los Angeles Galaxy a 2-1 win over reigning MLS Cup champions the Houston Dynamo before a Robertson Stadium crowd of 30,588.
2010- The LA Galaxy get an early goal from Edson Buddle, his league leading 16th, and hold on to defeat the Philadelphia Union 1-0 in front of a sellout crowd of 18,779 at PPL Park.
2012- Jorge Villafana scores for the first time in two years to help Chivas USA snap a seven- game losing streak and earn a 1-1 tie with FC Dallas at the Home Depot Center.
2012- Seattle Sounders FC take over third place in the MLS West with a 3-0 win over Cascadia Cup rivals the Portland Timbers in front of 66,452 at Century Link Field.
2015- FC Dallas take over first place in the MLS West and Vancouver Whitecaps FC clinch a spot in the MLS Playoffs with a scoreless draw at BC Place.
2015- The New York Cosmos snap their four-game winless streak in a big way as Sebastian Guenzatti, Gaston Cellerino and Leo Fernandes score in a 3-0 win over the Atlanta Silverbacks at Silverback Park.
2016- Chris Wondolowski and Julian Green score as the United States takes a 2-0 win over Cuba at Estadio Pedro Marrero, the national team's first visit to the country for a friendly match in 69 years.
The North American Soccer Guide contains everything you need to enjoy soccer more. Stats, records, schedules, award winners, history. You name it---its in the most comprehensive book on North American socccer ever produced. Click here to get yours now.