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Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber formally announced Tuesday that Austin will be an expansion franchise for the 2021 season.
Toronto FC's training camp opened with a bang Tuesday with news that Spanish playmaker Victor Vazquez is headed to a team in Qatar. The sale of the popular attacking midfielder is pending a physical.
Former CBC Sports executive director Greg Stremlaw is moving south to move closer to his two children and join Indy Eleven of the United Soccer League as president and CEO. He will begin work with the second-year club "in the coming weeks."
Canadian international Alphonso Davies' debut for Bayern Munich came with a trophy. The 18-year-old hoisted the Telekom Cup in a sea of confetti Sunday after helping the German powerhouse to a 4-2 penalty shootout win over Borussia Moenchengladbach in the final of the four-team competition held during the Bundesliga's winter break.
Canadians Callum Montgomery, Dayne St. Clair and Tajon Buchanan went in the top 10 of the MLS SuperDraft on Friday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is "very calm" amid the latest developments in an alleged rape case involving an American woman, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Friday.
Cristiano Ronaldo's lawyer says U.S. investigators are seeking DNA from the soccer star in their investigation of a Nevada woman's allegation that Ronaldo sexually assaulted her in his Las Vegas hotel penthouse in 2009.
The Canadian Championship will expand to 13 teams in 2019 with the addition of seven Canadian Premier League clubs.
Canada will play Switzerland and Norway in advance of the Algarve Cup in late February as it ramps up preparations for the Women's World Cup in France this summer.
Inter Milan has asked the Italian soccer federation and Serie A to allow children into an upcoming home match after being ordered to play in an empty stadium as punishment for fan racism and violence.
Soccer star Wayne Rooney was arrested last month at a Washington-area airport on a charge of public intoxication. Court documents say Rooney was charged with public swearing and intoxication. He paid a $25 US fine Friday.
Toronto FC named Ali Curtis its new general manager Thursday, succeeding Tim Bezbatchenko. The 40-year-old Curtis most recently served as sporting director for the New York Red Bulls. He left the New York-area team in June 2017.
General manager Tim Bezbatchenko, who helped build Toronto FC into a championship side, is leaving the MLS club. Bezbatchenko, who is from the Columbus suburb of Westerville in Ohio, is taking an executive position with Columbus Crew SC, according to sources familiar with the negotiations.
Hundreds of boys and girls run into the field house at a recreation centre where 10 small soccer pitches are set up for an end-of-season tournament.
Toronto FC, which conceded a franchise-worst 64 goals last season, moved to bolster its defence on Thursday by acquiring veteran Belgian international centre back Laurent Ciman.
Sigi Schmid, the winningest coach in MLS history, has died. He was 65. Schmid's family said he died Tuesday at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Schmid was hospitalized three weeks ago as he awaited a heart transplant.
Defender Bacary Sagna has re-signed with the Montreal Impact, agreeing to a one-year deal on Monday.
The soccer broadcast landscape in Canada continues to change with the English Premier League shifting to DAZN next season.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko, who was banned from the Olympics for life because of the country's doping scandals, has resigned as president of the Russian Football Union.