The Colombian-born Osorio, 53, was named head coach of Brazil’s São Paulo in May. He was previously at Colombia’s Atletio Nacional, where he guided the club to three league titles and two Copa Libertadores appearances from 2012-15.
Mexico, under the guidance of interim head coach Ricardo “Tuca” Ferreti, takes on the USMNT at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 10, with a ticket to next year’s FIFA Confederations Cup on the line. Tickets for that game are on high-demand.
Bruce Arena met with the media following the Galaxy’s scoreless tie to the Montreal Impact to talk about the lackluster performance on offense and Dave Romney’s performance on defense. Continue reading →
The lottery for tickets to the Oct. 10 CONCACAF Cup match between the United States and Mexico at the Rose Bowl opens Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 3 a.m. PT, CONCACAF announced Tuesday. The lottery will close on Friday, Sept. 18 at 8:59 p.m. PT, with winners being announced from Sept. 16 to Sept. 18.
The winner of the CONCACAF Cup match earns a spot in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.
According to CONCACAF, 30,000 tickets have already been sold through independent pre-sales organized by the participating federations. According to Sports Illustrated, the U.S. and Mexican soccer federations are each allocated 30 percent of the 83,000 tickets available for the game. Another 30 percent go to the lottery, and the final 10 percent go toward local teams and sponsors.
Apply for the lottery online at CONCACAF.com. Winners are able to purchase up to six tickets per application.
After lottery winners are announced, a limited amount of tickets will be available to the general public on Sept. 29.
Robbie Keane celebrates a goal in the Galaxy’s 5-1 win over NYCFC. Photo by Steve McCrank/Staff photographer
Post-game notes provided by the L.A. Galaxy after the team’s 5-1 trouncing of NYCFC including the club’s milestone, Robbie Keane‘s incredible stat lines and Giovani dos Santos‘ continued success. Continue reading →
The entire 2015 Women’s World Cup champion U.S. Women’s soccer team will be together for a free, public championship celebration at L.A. Live’s Microsoft Square in Downtown L.A.. tomorrow, Tuesday, July 7, at 11 a.m.
Not a great game, as coach Bruce Arena observed, but there were some good goals and the continued progression of the classy, unselfish Gyasi Zardes is fascinating to watch as his young career unfolds. Staff Writer Phil Collin has the game story.