Soccer

2:28 PM ET Kathleen McNamee Prinz ended her glittering Germany career with victory at Euro 2009, just one memorable moment among many in the competition’s history. Lars Baron/Bongarts/Getty Images The European Championship in England this summer promises to be a big one. Over 500,000 tickets have been sold already, which would smash the previous attendance record
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11:13 AM ET Mohamed Salah has signed a new long-term deal to extend his stay at Liverpool, the club announced on Friday. Salah’s contract was due to expire next summer, and, the forward announced before the Champions League final that he would remain at Anfield next season. – ESPN’s Notebook: The inside stories from around
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11:09 PM ET Associated Press The United States qualified for its first Olympic men’s soccer tournament since 2008 when the Americans beat Honduras 3-0 at San Pedro Sula on Friday night in the semifinals of the Under-20 championship of North and Central America and the Caribbean. Paxten Aaronson of the Philadelphia Union, an 18-year-old brother
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6:24 AM ET Sam Marsden Moises Llorens Barcelona have made a third bid worth more than €40 million for striker Robert Lewandowski but have received no response from Bayern Munich, sources have told ESPN. Lewandowski, 33, said in May that his “story at Bayern is over” and wishes to leave the club he enters the
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2:56 PM ET All signs point to the tournament hosts being the runaway favorites to win it all, but we’ve said that before about England. Will this year be different? Marc Atkins/Getty Images The summer’s major European tournament is upon us. The UEFA Women’s Euro, a 16-team affair featuring four former champions, one debutant, 30 of
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12:47 AM ET The United States women’s national team made hard work out of its 2-0 friendly win over Colombia at Rio Tinto Stadium on Tuesday that included an hour-long delay due to lightning and severe weather in Sandy, Utah. Vlatko Andonovski’s side had already beaten Colombia 3-0 on Saturday and was playing its last
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10:00 AM ET What a year for women’s soccer. It’s hard to look past the achievements of Barcelona. They set the game’s attendance record, drawing 91,648 to the Camp Nou for a European tie against Wolfsburg. They won Spain’s Primera Division Femenina by winning 30 games in the 30-game season. They made it a domestic
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