The San Diego Soccer City project to repurpose the Qualcomm Stadium site and build a 30,000 seat stadium is getting more and more support by the day.

More than 112,000 people signed the petition within 12 days. The proposal has been send to the City Council for the next stage of consideration.


Netherlands are in danger of missing the 2018 World Cup in Russia after missing the European Championship in France.

Immediately after the 2-0 loss to Bulgaria, the KNVB opted to sack head coach Danny Blind.

While the governing body of the football giants think they have quickly reacted, it does not seem to have come early enough with Russia closeby.

Donovan to Salt Lake City

It is believed that Salt Lake City has made enquiries about the possibility of signing Landon Donovan for the next season.

The player who came out of retirement at the end of last season to help LA Galaxy has yet to confirm these rumors.

Torres wins 2016 Latino del Año

Sounders’ Roman Torres won award on Sunday, making another award in a storybook 2016 for the Panamanian defender and his Seattle Sounder teammates.


Former Everton striker Landon Donovan has declared that he is currently working in an advisory role at Swansea City.

The 34-year old, who scored 57 goals in 157 appearances for his country, has been brought to Swansea by the club's new American owners Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien.

The former USA international revealed he had a talk with the new owners earlier this summer ahead of their takeover of the club.


The Guardian name the Major League Soccer (MLS) and English Premier League veteran the greatest American player of all time this summer.

Landon Donovan retired in 2014 after playing the game extensively in many countries for club and country. When he announced the retirement, the praise and acclaims were over the roof.

Landon Donovan Supports Women's Soccer

Landon Donovan continues to be a major figure in the world of US soccer.

Landon Donovan believes that the United States is close to winning the World Cup

United States star player Landon Donovan has stated that the United States might win the World Cup during his lifetime.

He believes that the team is progressing well and that it will not be long before they will be able to lift the trophy.

The United States will be participating at the centenary edition of the Copa America. For him, the United States need to get out of the group stage to prove that they are progressing.

Landon Has Faith That US Will Qualify For The World Cup

USMNT has had its share of star players who continue to be faithful to the club even if they do not represent the club anymore on the fields.

One illuminated example is Landon Donovan. Recently, in an attempt to put back faith in the team amongst the fans, Donovan tweeted that the team still has potential and fans should not be disheartened from the loss that the team suffered on Friday when they lost to Guatemala with a score of 2-0.

Landon Donovan claims sides for Increase in Women's National Team

Former United States captain Landon Donovan claims that the women’s national team of United States are right to deserve a pay rise in line with the men’s team.