- Western Conference Semifinal Preview: Sounders take on FC Dallas; Galaxy visit RSL
- Eastern Conference Semifinal Preview: Red Bulls host D.C. United; Revs face Crew
- College Soccer Weekend Preview: UCLA vs. Cal, UNC vs. UVA headline slate
- SBI College Top 25 (Oct. 31st Edition)
- FC Dallas’ Diaz suspended for one game for leaving the bench area
- NASL Week 18: A Look Ahead
- Midweek College Rewind: Stanford draw with UCLA; Creighton downs Marquette; and more
- Liga MX Round 15: A Look Ahead
- Late Wright-Phillips winner lifts Red Bulls past Sporting KC
- SBI Live Q&A (Oct. 30 Edition)
- The SBI Show: Episode 175 (Talking MLS playoffs, Klinsmann’s FIFA award nod, and more)
- Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview
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Author Archives: Michael Kline
Juventus and AC Milan highlight this weekend’s action, with the champions looking to eclipse Roma and go top of the table with a victory on Sunday.
André Villas-Boas will be looking for his first victory against his former club on Saturday morning, when Tottenham welcome Chelsea to White Hart Lane.
The Manchester and Rome Derbies are the major headlining match-ups in a busy week of soccer action on TV this weekend.
The international break has come and gone, and the world’s top leagues return to action this weekend, with Bayern Munich, Arsenal, and Juventus all playing in must-see matches.
It’s that time again! The major European leagues are disrupted by the international break this weekend, which means World Cup Qualifying takes center stage. Continue reading