American Soccer

Some articles on american soccer, soccer, american:

Seattle Sounders–Portland Timbers Rivalry - Rivalry - NASL Era
... largest victory by either side in the top tier of American soccer ... At the end of the 1982 North American Soccer League season, the Portland Timbers franchise was forced to fold, once team expenditures outpaced club income ... up being the final meeting between the two sides in the North American Soccer League ...
Greg Ryan
21, 1957 in Germany) is a retired German-American soccer defender who played professionally in the North American Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League ... He was the head coach of the United States women's national soccer team from 2005 to 2007 ... He played on the men's soccer team, earning first team All American honors his senior year ...
Seattle Sounders–Portland Timbers Rivalry
... The Portland –Seattle rivalry is a soccer rivalry between the Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders soccer teams ... The rivalry pre-dates the current teams in both cities, back to the North American Soccer League days, and has since grown into one of the largest and most bitter rivalries in ... several leagues including the USL First Division, A-League, NASL, and Major League Soccer ...
Lloyd Monsen
... Lloyd Monsen (born May 7, 1931) is a retired American soccer forward and baseball pitcher ... Monsen spent eleven seasons in the American Soccer League as well as several years in the lower division German American Soccer League and National Soccer League of New York ... Olympic soccer teams at both the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics ...
Billy Watson (footballer)
... Billy Watson was a Scottish-American soccer left half ... the United States where he played in both the American Soccer League and St ... Louis Soccer League ...

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