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U.S. Women Overcome a Scrappy Scotland National Team in Nashville By Lance Ogren A focussed U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, still rolling after winning Gold in the 2012 Olympic Games, came to Nashville to take on Scotland in front of over 14,000 enthusiastic U.S. soccer fans. In spite of the 40 degree weather, the atmosphere in the stands was rocking, and the competition was fierce. In response to an earlier 4-1 loss a few days ago to the U.S. team in […]

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U.S. WNT TO HOLD PUBLIC TRAINING SESSION ON FEB. 12 AT LP FIELD IN NASHVILLE, TENN. U.S. Soccer Fans Are Encouraged to Attend Public Training Session at 11 a.m. CT as U.S. Team Preps for Second Match of U.S Soccer’s Centennial Year CHICAGO (Jan. 24, 2013) – All U.S. Soccer fans are invited to attend the U.S. Women’s National Team public training session on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 11 a.m. CT at LP Field in Nashville, Tenn. Admission is free […]

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Nashville, TN ( March 29 )………….The United States Men’s National Team lost to Paraguay in International Soccer 1-0.  The US team was making their third ever appearance  at LP Field in downtown Nashville at the stadium which plays host to the NFL Tennessee Titans football team.  US coach Bob Bradley commented,“Paraguay is a strong team defensively and they close down fast but we hurt ourselves because when we got into good positions we didn’t come away with many good chances. Part […]

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Nashville, TN ( March 29 ) …………….  21,000 pre-sale tickets have been sold for the US-Paraguay soccer match on Tuesday night at LP Field. The U.S. team traveled to Nashville with 21 players after Edson Buddle was released back to FC Ingolstadt. The team will dress 18 players on match day. The U.S. holds a 2-1-2 lifetime record against Paraguay, posting three shutouts. In addition to a 3-0 victory in the 1930 World Cup (July 17 in Montevideo, Uruguay), the […]

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