Happy Thursday, everyone. I’m up early to travel to Nashville, where D.C. United takes on Nashville SC this weekend. While I get some breakfast, here’s a recap of yesterday:
The USMNT were big winners over St. Kitts & Nevis last night in the Gold Cup, winning 6-0. It’s the largest Gold Cup victory ever for the USMNT.
Declan Rice is off to Arsenal, with West Ham getting bushels of money in return.
With so many players heading to the Women’s World Cup, the Washington Spirit bring in Mariana Speckmaier and Jordan Thompson on national team replacement contracts.
Bayern Munich is ending its partnership with Qatar Airways, and they will have a new sleeve sponsor this coming season.
Tata Martino has taken over as Inter Miami head coach, and will have Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, and who knows who else to manage very soon.
Italy is taking a step to cut down on antisemitic visuals, banning the number 88 (because of the number’s significance for Nazism) from being worn by players in Italian leagues.
The Philadelphia Union have the best academy in this rankings. D.C. United? They’re 16th.
Lower.com Field will be the host of the 2024 MLS All-Star Game. Ours is gonna be better.
MLS released their Captain Americana pre-match tops yesterday. Here’s what D.C. United’s looks like:
Finally, the USWNT has already won an ESPY. They are winning the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage for their fight to bring pay equality to U.S. Soccer.
Enjoy the day, everyone!