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New England's Steve Neumann puts in a perfect tackle on Colorado's Deshorn Brown.

The Desert Diamond Cup had a second day of action on Saturday night at Kino Sports Complex. Fine weather and the promise of U.S. national team stars on display brought out a record 3,661 fans. Three separate matches were on offer spread across two fields. An 11-goal tally was the reward for fans who stayed from start to finish. Read more»

Real Salt Lake cross the ball during an attacking move.

For 40 minutes of the second half at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night, FC Tucson held their own against four-time U.S. Open Cup winners Seattle Sounders. It was what happened before and after that stretch that didn’t go so well for the team, to say the least. Read more»

U.S. debutant Julian Green appeared to be fouled inside the box as he charged in on the Mexican goal, but the referee waved play on.

The U.S. national soccer team built up a strong first-half lead only to watch it slip away to a resurgent Mexican side Wednesday night at Glendale's University of Phoenix Stadium. The match ended in a 2-2 draw in front of 59,066 fans. Read more»

The U.S. side was unlikely to find much, if any, encouragement in a 4-2 loss to a Czech team that failed to even qualify for South Africa. Read more»

First match against England is 3 months away, but players must heal broken bones and tendons. Read more»