There's a lot on the line for players with Wisconsin ties as Sweden's Superettan wraps up its season Sunday, both at the top and the bottom of the second-tier league.
Reading forward Andrija Novakovich (Muskego) has been called in to the U.S. Under-20 national team for an upcoming event in Spain, the club announced Wednesday.
Home-field advantage continues to be important in the USASA Wisconsin Werner Fricker Open Cup, as Milwaukee Sport Club and Croatian Eagles each posted one-goal victories on their home turf last Saturday to advance to next weekend's final.
In the middle of a relegation battle, every point is important to Swedish club Landskrona BoIS. And Andrew Stadler (Wauwatosa West) gave them one Sunday.
Waukesha Catholic Memorial junior Emily Cervantes, the two-time reigning Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Player of the Year, suffered a knee injury while playing a club match for Elm Grove SC last weekend in Illinois.
Through the first three rounds of this year's WIAA boys soccer tournament, higher-seeded teams have won 85 percent of the 191 matches.
Two state players saw their teams' run at the CONCACAF Women's Championship come to an end Monday night in Washington, D.C.
All three home teams were victorious in Saturday's openers of the 2015 U.S. Adult Soccer Association Wisconsin Werner Fricker Open Cup.
Two more state titles – and berths in next summer's U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships – were awarded earlier this month as the fall girls divisions of the Wisconsin State Championships wrapped up at Milwaukee's Uihlein Soccer Park.
Two players with state ties are looking to help their national teams earn berths in next year's Women's World Cup – and even though both players were born in the U.S., they're playing for their parents' homelands and not the red, white and blue.
Oct. 30, 1999: Tony Sanneh (UW-Milwaukee) scored his first goal for German club Hertha Berlin in a 1-1 draw with host Schalke 04 in a Bundesliga match. Sanneh's goal gave Hertha Berlin the lead after just 3 minutes – it proved to be his only goal in three seasons with the club, though he is well remembered by fans for his assist on Ali Daei's goal in a famous 2-1 victory over Chelsea in a Champions League match in September 1999.