MLS Clubs

Gerardo Martino se olvida del Tri: Dirigirá a Lionel Messi en Inter Miami

Gerardo Martino, conocido en el mundo como el Tata y recordado en México como uno de los más recientes villanos del fútbol azteca, dará un nuevo paso en su carrera. 

El técnico intentará olvidar su complicada etapa con el Tri y se pondrá el buzo del club sensación en los Estados Unidos: Inter Miami. Sí, Martino será el técnico de Lionel Messi en su próxima aventura en la MLS.

Tata Martino será el técnico del Inter Miami de Lionel Messi

Lo que era un secreto a voces terminará por hacerse oficial.

San Jose Earthquakes halftime show contestant wows with an outrageous dime

The San Jose Earthquakes and Portland Timbers played to a 0-0 result on Saturday night at PayPal Park, and news agency Reuters went with the headline "Goalkeepers steal show as Earthquakes, Timbers play to draw" ... Reuters wasn't telling the whole truth.

Magic Mukhtar and ANOTHER goal from behind half-field: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 19

Just six games were contested on Matchday 19 as many teams enjoyed a week off before having to do it all again this coming Wednesday. With 29 teams, the league schedule can easily become discombobulated, especially with rescheduled matches and bye weeks. To accommodate this, MLS Matchday 19 gave these teams a chance to catch up and re-level the playing field. While there may have been fewer games, the quality on display was as high as ever.

Real Salt Lake's Pablo Ruiz scores MLS Goal of the Year contender from nearly 70 yards out

Pablo Ruiz scored a remarkable goal from just inside his own half of the field and visiting Real Salt Lake continued their strong away form with a 2-1 victory against 10-man D.C. United on Saturday night.

Early in the second half, Danny Musovski added what stood as the match-winning goal for Salt Lake (6-7-5, 23 points), which completed an MLS-best-tying fourth road win of the season.

Inter Miami's Lionel Messi hammers one from 20 yards out for Argentina

Lionel Messi played his first match since announcing a jaw-dropping move to Major League Soccer's Inter Miami on Thursday. The 35-year-old captained Argentina in a friendly against Australia that was staged at Workers' Stadium in Beijing, China.

His misery in Paris is clearly behind him because it took Messi only one minute and 20 seconds to open the scoring. 

Meet the Herons — Messi's ragtag crew of teammates at Inter Miami

Have you ever wanted to watch the story of Space Jam play out in real life? You know, Michael Jordan getting recruited to elevate the play of a motley assembled group of enthusiastic but extremely limited characters?

That's the narrative viewers worldwide are about to experience on Apple TV's MLS Season Pass as Lionel Messi joins Inter Miami — 27th-place in a 29-team league — at the halfway stage of the campaign. 

Wrexham's USA summer tour dates, opponents and locations

NEW YORK — Wrexham will conclude their United States tour in co-owner Rob McElhenney's hometown of Philadelphia, with a match against Major League Soccer (MLS) affiliate team Philadelphia Union II on July 28.

Messi says no to 2026 World Cup — he's fully focused on Inter Miami

Inter Miami took to the pitch Saturday against New England at Gillette Stadium with Lionel Messi nearly 7,000 miles away in Beijing — no matter, the Revs still drew a season-high crowd of 36,235 just looking to get a glimpse of the (awful) visiting team that now houses the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner.

Golazos galore and Messi's new team is really bad: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 18

Imagine Lionel Messi, getting ready to play with his national team after another grueling yet fruitful season. He’s just come off a legacy-defining World Cup and a Ligue 1 title before shocking the world as he announced his intentions to leave Paris Saint-Germain to join Major League Soccer. 

'David Beckham learned English for us' says FOX News when talking about Messi joining MLS

FOX’s Brian Kilmeade is the winner for the most monumentally stupid take on Lionel Messi coming to Inter Miami. The “Fox & Friends” host said he had one big concern about the Argentine coming to the United States. It wasn’t anything to do on the field, it was that Messi speaks Spanish and not English.

“The only thing I’m worried about is that he doesn’t speak English and I want to see him and sit down to talk,” Kilmeade said.

First off, Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the U.S. and is spoken by most people in Miami.