1. Soccer Positions, Ranked

    Soccer Positions, Ranked

    Jul 19, 2019

    Here are the 11 positions in soccer, ranked from best to worst. Note that this is a completely objective ranking that cannot be questioned in any way.
  2. Highlights From Day 1 & 2 At The Premier SuperCopa In Dallas, Texas

    Highlights From Day 1 & 2 At The Premier SuperCopa In Dallas, Texas

    Jun 14, 2019

    The first day of the Premier SuperCopa out of Dallas, Texas, is in the books. 
  3. The Premier SuperCopa Is The USA's Best U9-U12 Tournament

    The Premier SuperCopa Is The USA's Best U9-U12 Tournament

    Jun 12, 2019

    The Premier SuperCopa, which begins tomorrow and streams live right here on FloFC, is unlike any youth soccer tournament in the United States; 184 teams, 411 games, 2,700 players, and 15,000 attendees. 
  4. USA Beat Qatar, Advance From Group Stage In U20 World Cup

    USA Beat Qatar, Advance From Group Stage In U20 World Cup

    May 30, 2019

    The USA U20 team didn't make it easy on themselves on Thursday, but a Tim Weah second-half goal was enough to give the side a 1-0 win over Qatar at the U-20 World Cup in Poland. The victory was enough for the U.S. to finish second in Group D, behind Ukraine, who beat the U.S. in the teams' first game. The result means that the U.S. will face either France or Mali on June 4 in the Round of 16.
  5. Durkin, US U-20s Bounce Back With Win Over Nigeria

    Durkin, US U-20s Bounce Back With Win Over Nigeria

    May 28, 2019

    The United States men's U-20 team had little issue getting over their opening game loss to Ukraine, beating Nigeria 2-0 on Monday at the U-20 World Cup at Stadion Miejski in Bielsko-Biała, Poland. Sebastian Soto, who plays in Germany with Hannover 96, scored a goal on either side of the half to help the U.S. pick up a vital win for them to potentially progress out of Group D.
  6. Chris Durkin Goes 90 Minutes As USA Drop U-20 World Cup Opener

    Chris Durkin Goes 90 Minutes As USA Drop U-20 World Cup Opener

    May 24, 2019

    The United States' U-20 national team didn't have a shining start to their participation in this year's U-20 World Cup, falling 2-1 to Ukraine on Friday at Stadion Miejski in Wrocław, Poland. The U.S. fought back from a first-half deficit, thanks to a goal from FC Dallas' Brandon Servania; however, the American side couldn't find another equalizer after conceding an early second half-goal, despite having a majority of possession and having more scoring chances between the two teams.