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Union player tests positive for COVID-19; first in MLS

A Philadelphia Union player tested positive for the coronavirus, becoming the first Major League Soccer competitor known to have contracted the illness.

UEFA suspends Champions League indefinitely

UEFA indefinitely suspended the Champions League, Europa League and Euro 2020 qualifying playoffs on Wednesday in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ex-Revs D Leonard now a physician in NYC-area hospital

Former New England Revolution defender Marshall Leonard has traded in his soccer uniform for one of an attending physician in a New York City-area hospital.

Former Revolution player DeBrito dies

John DeBrito, an original member of the New England Revolution, died at age 51.

Vela: LAFC nixed transfer to Barcelona

Los Angeles FC forward Carlos Vela said the Major League Soccer club prevented him from joining FC Barcelona in January.

Champions League final postponed indefinitely

The 2019-20 UEFA Champions League final was postponed Monday due to the coronavirus outbreak.

La Liga suspended indefinitely

La Liga suspended play indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.

NYCFC employee tests positive for coronavirus

A member of the New York City FC scouting department tested positive for coronavirus, the club announced Thursday.

MLS extends suspension but targets May 10 return

Major League Soccer on Thursday extended the suspension of all matches amid the coronavirus pandemic but set May 10 as a target date to return.

USTA not planning changes to US Open schedule

The United States Tennis Association is not implementing any changes to the schedule for this summer's U.S. Open at this time.

Member of Sounders' support staff tests positive for virus

A member of the Seattle Sounders' support staff has tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced Sunday.

MLS extends team training moratorium

Major League Soccer extended its team training moratorium for all of its clubs through Friday, the league announced.

Cordeiro resigns as president of U.S. Soccer Federation

Carlos Cordeiro resigned as president of U.S. Soccer Federation on Thursday, one day after apologizing for controversial language used by the organization in a court filing in the ongoing imbroglio with the women's national team over equal pay.

CONCACAF suspends Champions League due to coronavirus

CONCACAF on Thursday suspended its Champions League, effective immediately, due to coronavirus, the confederation announced.

USMNT D Robinson to have heart procedure

U.S. Men's National Team defender Antonee Robinson said Thursday he needs a heart procedure.

US Soccer cancels friendlies for national teams

The men's and women's national soccer teams won't play upcoming friendlies because of the coronavirus, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced Thursday.

MLS suspends season for 30 days, effective immediately

Major League Soccer on Thursday suspended all games for 30 days, effective immediately.

CONCACAF Champions League: America stomp Atlanta in first leg

Club America got a pair of goals two minutes apart, added a third before the 40-minute mark and cruised to a 3-0 win over Atlanta United Wednesday night in the first leg of a CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series in Mexico City.

USSF: USMNT has tougher job than USWNT

The U.S. Soccer Federation, defending itself against a gender-discrimination case filed by members of the U.S. women's national team, argued that playing for the men's national team is tougher than playing for the USWNT.

Fire sign Casas, 16, to homegrown player contract

The Chicago Fire signed midfielder Javier Casas to a homegrown player contract on Tuesday.

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