today and get the latest scores, standings and schedules from the most popular soccer leagues around the world! The United States men’s national team continues its road to the World Cup on Friday night in San Jose, California when it welcomes Honduras on the third round of games. Here’s everything you need to know, and be sure to return for our live blog of the match. Friday at 10:50 p.m. ET Avaya Stadium in San Jose FS1 and Univision Deportes Fox Soccer2Go and fuboTV Three massive points in World Cup qualifying. Anything less than a victory for the U.S. will be a huge disappointment, while Honduras will take a draw from this one, which at worst would still see them in fourth place. If the U.S.
Everton have moved a step closer to a new home on Liverpool’s waterfront. The Guardian is reporting that the Premier League have “agreed a deal to purchase land at Bramley Moore dock” which is where a new stadium is proposed for the Toffees. Per the report, a deal has been agreed in principle with the landowners Peel Holdings and now Everton, led by new billionaire majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, will try to kick their new stadium project on. It is widely expected that the club will announce more details later on Thursday, with Liverpool City Council set to be heavily involved in the huge regeneration project. Moshiri now has to acquire funding for the stadium and also get planning permissions
Seattle Sounders majority owner Adrian Hanauer chats about why soccer teams worldwide are less hesitant to loan players to national teams in-season than other sports like MLB with the World Baseball Classic and the NHL with the Winter Olympics. Also, Seattle Thunderbirds GM Russ Farwell discusses the blossoming rivalry between his WHL team and the Everett Silvertips and what it means for the business of major junior hockey in the region. THIS WEEK’S HEADLINES: 1. Opening week TV ratings for March Madness the highest they’ve been in 34 years 2. The Seattle Mariners name a new chief legal counsel for the first time since 2006 3. NBA commissioner Adam Silver warns of crackdown on teams sitting star