The 2016 NASL season may have started with 11 teams and ended with 12 but it looks like 2017 will have nowhere near that number, if the season kicks off at all. Here’s a look at the most recent available status of every team that kicked a ball in 2016. Continue reading
With the penultimate games of the NASL season being played this weekend, the list of clubs fighting to stay in postseason contention could narrow considerably tonight, and it all hinges on the results of a pair of games.
At time of writing, Minnesota United, Rayo OKC, Tampa Bay Rowdies, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers, Miami FC and the Carolina RailHawks are still alive and in contention for the final postseason spot. The reward for the winner? A postseason showdown with New York at Shuart Stadium. Continue reading
With the New York Cosmos and Indy Eleven already determined as the hosts of the semifinal round of the NASL Championship, the league now waits to see who their opponents will be, although one match-up is certain. Continue reading
A clutch performance from Jimmy Maurer and a strike from David Diosa keep the Cosmos up top. Check out photos from the match below! Continue reading
The Cosmos struck in the first half and then held off a dangerous United attack to win 1-0 and stay atop the fall and combined tables. A goal from David Diosa and a man of the match performance from Jimmy Maurer would be key to taking three points from the match. Continue reading
Aside from the Cosmos shutout of PDL side Jersey Express on Wednesday night, the league should be pleased by strong Third Round performances in the US Open Cup and Amway Canadian Championship.
After a night to forget in last year’s Open Cup with only the Cosmos and Silverbacks advancing and the rest of the league going 0-7 against USL opposition, the league saw all but the two expansion sides move on to the fourth round going 6-2 against the USL this year.
After a heartbreaking loss in Indy, the Cosmos are on the road again in the first of what could be the two most important weeks of the season. After dropping to third on the table, they will face Minnesota United, currently one spot ahead of them but tied on points and goal differential, in a match that could put the victor in sole control of second place, or even bump them up into first.
New York will look to continue their eight-game unbeaten streak against the Loons and stay in contention for a spring title.