The US U17 team is moving into its next cycle having just crashed out of the U17 World Cup. 3rd Degree has obtained a roster for a November US U17 camp being held at the Premier Sports Campus in Bradenton, Florida.
Last weekend marked the first time that teams from the East and West met in the Bundesliga as Hertha Berlin made the short trip to newly-promoted Union Berlin.
The 2019 season has ended and we at 3rd Degree have begun our planning and evaluation for 2020. Now is the time for some squad building.
Five young FC Dallas players will travel to Bavaria to train with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich as part of the clubs’ elite player development partnership.
After earlier this week being named USL-1 Young Player of the Year, North Texas Soccer Club’s Arturo Rodriguez has now also been named League One MVP.
North Texas SC head coach Eric Quill was today named Coach of the Year in USL League One. Quill’s side won the USL League One regular season crown, finishing 10 points clear of second-placed Lansing Ignite, as well as defeating Greenville Triumph 1-0 in the USL League One championship game earlier in October at Toyota Stadium.
The winter silly season is upon us and FC Dallas can’t really make any official moves until after MLS Cup. But that doesn’t mean the organization can’t start signing players and getting ready for 2020.
What a week! FC Dallas go to Seattle in a playoff game everyone really wrote off. Despite a hell of a fightback, a couple of sloppy goals consign the Huntsmen to a 4-3 loss in extra time. North Texas SC did leave local soccer fans delighted as they won the USL League One final 1-0 over John Harkes’ Greenville Triumph. NTX Rayados also did what they do best and beat Innocentes FC 7-0 in the US Open Cup qualifiers. If you’re not watching some level of live local soccer, you’re just doing it wrong!
The 2019 season has ended and North Texas SC reigns as USL League One Champions. It was a dominant season for NTXSC – first place most of the year, leading scorer, leading assist man, regular-season champions, and playoff champions.
3rd Degree photographer Craig Marcho was there to catch the action and bring us the excellent pictures.