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GOTSOCCER CLUB CONNECTION

GotSoccer is eager to host the Second Annual GotSoccer Club Connection at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas March 3-5, 2016! This event will address business aspects of youth soccer clubs with the goal of helping you increase player count and club revenues while reducing liability risks. The event is open to club & association board members, directors, and any other individuals that help in the day-to-day.

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GotSoccer Players App

The new GotSoccer Player App is here! Access your Schedules, Get Game details, Link to Field Directions, Access the College Search Program and much more.

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Futevolei - A Brazilian Art

Sheuneenio introduces you to Brazil’s other beautiful game – Futevolei, where players throw themselves into the air, twist their bodies in all directions. The most impressive move in this Brazilian sport takes place on sand and is known, as the Shark Attack. See if you can do it?

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Why Choose GotSoccer

GotSoccer is the leading provider of youth soccer software in the nation. We offer easy to use tools for every aspect of youth soccer management. From scheduling tournaments, to assigning referees, to running clubs and leagues.

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IT'S A FUNNY OLD GAME

Bill Shankly famously said, “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that”. By Anthony Ta

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Winners Announced

Thank you to everybody that participated in the Trickshot Challenge. We had a tremendously high level of trickshots and, as voted by you, here are the winners!

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U.S. Men Edge Past Canada

An 89th-minute goal from Jozy Altidore was enough to prevent a fourth straight tie between the U.S. MNT and Canada while giving the hosts a win Friday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. By Peter Nolan

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U.S. Soccer Sues WNT Players

The simmering discontent between the U.S. Women?s National Team and U.S. Soccer came to a head Wednesday when the U.S. Soccer filed suit in federal court in Chicago. By Peter Nolan

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Morris Declines Werder Bremen to Stay Home in Seattle

It is done, after days of intrigue Jordan Morris has put pen to paper and signed what is said to be the largest Homegrown Player contract yet, spurning a contract offer from Bundesliga. By Peter Nolan

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U.S. Women Begin Olympic Quest

With a third consecutive Gold Medal on its collective mind, the U.S. Women?s National Team begin Olympic Qualifiers Wednesday night at Toyota Stadium in Frisco. By Peter Nolan

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Leroux to Miss Olympics

Sydney Leroux and her husband Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer announced today that the U.S. WNT striker is pregnant and will miss not only the upcoming Rio Olympics. By Peter Nolan

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U.S. MNT Take on Canada

One of the fiercest sporting rivalries in North American sports continues tonight in California when the United States faces off against Canada. By Peter Nolan