For years, Chris Wondolowski waited for this chance. He kept pushing through training as he was passed over to play for his country, hoping the opportunity would eventually come.
Back with the San Jose Earthquakes after their nearly monthlong stint on the U.S. national team and training in Sao Paulo, Clarence Goodson and Chris Wondolowski believe Brazil will be ready for the World Cup stage come June.
The United States clinched its seventh straight World Cup appearance, getting second-half goals from Eddie Johnson and Landon Donovan on Tuesday night for the now traditional 2-0 home qualifying win over Mexico.
A 72-foot Oracle Team USA catamaran that capsized Tuesday afternoon in San Francisco Bay was brought ashore early Wednesday morning, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The America’s Cup racing village opened Tuesday at San Francisco’s Marina Green, where race organizers introduced the sailors who will participate in preliminary races this week for the international regatta.
The Japanese women’s soccer team outkicked the U.S. in the penalty-kick shootout finale to take the Women’s World Cup Sunday. John told the KCBS morning crew it was an exciting finish, especially for viewers who don’t follow soccer.
Crowds at San Francisco’s Civic Center loyally rooted for American and Japanese soccer players at a screening of the FIFA Women’s World Cup final as the game went into overtime shootouts.
Bay Area soccer fans braved wind, fog and mist Wednesday in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza to watch the women’s World Cup semifinals.
The United States is in the World Cup final for the first time since 1999, and once again, it was Abby Wambach, along with former Cal star forward Alex Morgan, coming up big in a 3-1 victory over France.
San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Department will host free, family-friendly viewings of this summer’s women’s World Cup competition at the Civic Center Plaza.