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MLS Announces NYC FC, Manchester City Owners

Via MLS Soccer – NEW YORK – And just like that, “NYC2” is a reality.

After three years of development and planning for a second team in New York, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber announced on Tuesday that English Premier League powerhouse Manchester City FC and Major League Baseball’s legendary New York Yankees have teamed up to bring it to fruition and acquire MLS’s 20th expansion club.

The new team will be named New York City Football Club (NYCFC) and is expected to begin play in 2015. Read more

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Via Manchester City FC = The new team will be named New York City Football Club (NYCFC) and expects to begin play in 2015. “We proudly welcome two of the most prestigious professional global sports organizations to Major League Soccer,” said MLS Commissioner Don Garber.


FA Cup Final on Fox Saturday

Wigan get to face the buzzsaw that is Manchester City for one of England’s biggest trophies: the FA Cup. It will be shown live on FOX (KRBK) on Saturday at 11 a.m. CT.

Jamie Trecker looks at the match on Fox Soccer – The Latics were heavy underdogs even before Tuesday’s collapse, but given the way Wigan self-destructed against a weakened Swansea side, few observers are giving them a chance against one of the best teams in the Premier League. For the enthusiastic fan, there is plenty more on Fox Soccer’s FA Cup section.

Soccer America notes that this is the 150th renewal of the world’s oldest sporting club competition Continue reading “FA Cup Final on Fox Saturday”

Busch Stadium Soccer seating chart

Chelsea vs ManCity May 23rd in Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium Soccer seating chartHere is ticket information for the upcoming


match at Busch Stadium on May 23rd.

Reserved seats starting at $30 ** Premium Reserved seats starting at $100 ** All-inclusive seats starting at $140

* All Field Club, Midfield, Sideline and All-inclusive ticket buyers for the match on Thursday will receive a FREE ticket to the Chelsea FC training session on Wed, May 22 at 5:30 pm.

From an article in the Post-Dispatch earlier today

Seats will be added on the field while some in the upper deck in right field won’t be sold, bringing capacity for the game to about 42,000. Bryant said they’re hoping for a sellout, with fans coming from outside the area to see the game.

Fitting a soccer field into Busch Stadium will be a tight squeeze. The field will run from in front of the visiting dugout on the third-base line, along the first-base line, to the right field stands. It will be just short of 100 meters long, the minimum allowable length for an international match, which would probably preclude playing World Cup qualifying matches here. But because this match is an exhibition game, being a few feet short is permissible.

Manchester City FC

Champions League Returns with Real Madrid & Manchester City

Manchester City FCThe most compelling club competition in world football is back as 32 teams set out on their group stage campaigns all harbouring hopes of reaching the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley next May. All of the action is on Fox Soccer. UEFA offers previews of all 8 of the group games.

What: Champions League Pregame
When: Tuesday and Wednesday, 13:00 – 13:30

What: Real Madrid CF v Manchester City FC (Group D)
When: Tuesday, 13:30 -15:30
Mourinho in spotlight before City showdown

What: Chelsea FC v Juventus (Group E)
When: Wednesday, 13:30 – 15:30

The UEFA Champions League comprises three qualifying rounds, a play-off round, a group stage and four knockout rounds. We have now entered the Group stage Group stage. The ten winners in the play-off round ties – five from the best-placed path and five from the champions path – join 22 automatic entrants in the 32-team group stage. The clubs are split into eight groups of four teams, who play home and away against each of their pool opponents between September and December to decide which two teams from each section advance to the first knockout round. The third-place finishers in each group enter the UEFA Europa League round of 32.

World Football Challenge

World Football Challenge Opens Wednesday

World Football ChallengeThe World Football Challenge is a series of 14 games — 5 involving M.L.S. clubs — that begin Wednesday when Manchester United opens the tournament against the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. The games continue until Aug. 6 when Barcelona plays Club América of Mexico at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX. Here’s some background on the evolution of the series, now put on by SUM. I’ve also added the TV schedule as it’s known at the moment to my calendar. Follow the event on Twitter or Facebook



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