FloFC Welcomes Bundesliga & European Friendlies To Summer Schedule

This summer is full of international competitions in soccer to keep us going before the new club season begins. With the Gold Cup in North America, the Copa America in South America, and, of course, the Women's World Cup going down over in France. 

But that's just the beginning, because FloFC has added a huge batch of European friendlies from teams in the top five leagues. While the emphasis is on Bundesliga, there are teams from all over the continent. 

You can find the complete schedule here. Below are three teams that catch our eye:

Premier League: Norwich City

The newly promoted Norwich City absolutely demolished the EFL Championship last season, bolstered by a lethal attack that scored 93 goals. Now the Canaries are in the big leagues, and they'll need to adjust their roster accordingly. Seeing their summer unfold will be very telling.

Bundesliga: Werder Bremen

U.S. international Josh Sargent was a late — and somewhat contentious — exclusion from Gregg Berhalter's Gold Cup, and that may just mean he has a little more fire in his belly headed into next year's Bundesliga campaign. Sargent made 10 appearances last year, scoring two goals.

Serie A: Torino

Turin's other team put together one of the best storylines in Serie A last season when they made a serious run at the Europa League, finishing just a few points shy of Roma. All in all, a seventh-place effort was more than anyone could have hoped for. Led by Andrea Belotti in attack and a staunch defense, Torino hope to build off last year's success.

Eredivisie: AFC Ajax

The Dutch giants may have said goodbye to Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt, but, as always, this is still one of the most talented young teams in Europe. Ajax will hope to make another run in the Champions League, which will require a run of form through the early qualification process, so the preseason will be absolutely crucial to make sure that last year's run in European play wasn't just a blip on the radar. Ajax will be led by Dušan Tadić, who just inked a new contract with the club.

Concacaf Nations League Concludes Wild October In Leagues B & C

Exhale.

Canada Shock The USA & Costa Rica Can't Win In League A Action

After not being part of the opening games of the Concacaf Nations League back in September, the four top-seeded teams in League A all played twice over the past week to kick off their tournament. Having watched from the sidelines on the first two matchdays, these seeded teams knew what they would need to put themselves into a good position heading into the final games in November.

FloSports Announces Multiyear Partnership with ECAC

AUSTIN, Texas — October 15, 2019 — Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) announced a partnership in collaboration with Collegiate Sports Management Group to provide live and on-demand coverage of 120 ECAC Championship Games across the FloSports network and potentially many more. Fans can watch the games annually through 2022.

Liga MX Sensation José Juan Macías Gives Mexico Another Attacking Talent

This past April, the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) found themselves at a catch-22. 

Concaclusions, Ep. 6: Curaçao Impress Again & Mr. Showtime Strikes Again

The Concacaf Nations League kicked into full gear over the last week with opening acts by Mexico, the U.S., Honduras, and Costa Rica. Everything went according to plan for the big boys in the region, with the lone exception of Costa Rica, who find themselves in a dogfight with Curaçao and Haiti. 

Mexico Rides José Juan Macías In Bermuda Win, Looks To Panama Next

Gerardo Martino used Mexico's first Concacaf Nations League game to experiment with his side and give a couple of inexperienced players a chance at the international stage. Mexico is expected to sweep through Group B in League A and grab one of the semifinal spots of the tournament next year. The player who made the most of his chance was 20-year-old José Juan Macías, who scored two goals in El Tri's 5-1 rout of Bermuda on the road. 

Costa Rica Draw Latest In Unpredictable Results In Nations League

We are almost at the halfway point of the group stage of the first Concacaf Nations League, and surprising results continue to be the story of the tournament. The latest result came last night, when Costa Rica played on the road against Haiti in the Bahamas and walked away with only a point in a 1-1 draw — and they only managed that thanks to Keylor Navas. It wasn't the worst result for Costa Rica, who will still fancy their chances to group Group D in League A and advance to the semifinals of the tournament.

Keylor Navas Rescues Costa Rica vs Haiti In Concacaf Nations League

Even with a new manager at the helm and captain Bryan Ruiz absent, Costa Rica enter Concacaf Nations League play as the prohibitive favorites to take League A, Group D and advance to the next round in 2020.

Mexico & Bermuda Square Off In The Concacaf Nations League

It’s not a party without El Tri.

Attack-Minded Fullback Alan Mozo Could Debut For Mexico In Nations League

With only five weeks remaining in the 2019 Liga MX Apertura, it’s safe to say that it’s been a season of surprises in Mexico. The likes of Rayados and Chivas have been sore disappointments, while the likes of Querétaro and Necaxa have been pleasant surprises. But whilst surprises, for better or worse, have been the theme of the season, there have also been several realities confirmed.