2011 in American soccer

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Soccer in the United States
Season2011
Men's soccer
Supporters' ShieldLos Angeles Galaxy
NASLNSC Minnesota Stars
USL ProOrlando City
PDLKitsap Pumas
NPSLJacksonville United
US Open CupSeattle Sounders FC
MLS CupLos Angeles Galaxy
← 2010 United States 2012 →
The professional soccer clubs of the United States and Canada, year 2011. Not pictured: NASL or USL Pro clubs based off the mainland.

The 2011 Season is the 99th season of competitive soccer in the United States.

National teams[edit]

The home team or the team that is designated as the home team is listed in the left column; the away team is in the right column.

  Win   Draw   Loss

Men[edit]

Senior[edit]

Wins Losses Draws
6 8 3
January 22 International Friendly United States  1–1  Chile Carson, California
19:00 UTC−08 Loyd Yellow card 23'
Bunbury 75' (pen.)
Report Silva Yellow card 17'
Paredes 53'
Toro Yellow card 82'
Stadium: Home Depot Center
Attendance: 18,580
Referee: Francisco Chacon Gutierrez (MEX)
March 26 International Friendly United States  1–1  Argentina East Rutherford, New Jersey
19:00 UTC−04 Edu Yellow card 35'
Chandler Yellow card 48'
Agudelo 59'
Donovan Yellow card 79'
Bocanegra Yellow card 90+1'
Report Cambiasso 42' Stadium: New Meadowlands Stadium
Attendance: 78,936
Referee: Roberto Garcia (MEX)
March 29 International Friendly United States  0–1  Paraguay Nashville, Tennessee
19:00 UTC−05 Report Cardozo 18'
Vera Yellow card 29'
Stadium: LP Field
Attendance: 29,059
Referee: Jose Benigno (HON)
June 4 International Friendly United States  0–4  Spain Foxborough, Massachusetts
16:30 UTC-4 Report Cazorla 28', 41'
Negredo 32'
Fernando Torres 73'
Stadium: Gillette Stadium
Attendance: 64,121
Referee: Roberto Silvera (URU)
June 7 Gold Cup Group C United States  2–0  Canada Detroit, Michigan
20:00 UTC−04 Altidore 15'
Dempsey 62'
Bradley Yellow card 51'
Report Johnson Yellow card 52' Stadium: Ford Field
Attendance: 28,209
Referee: Walter López (GUA)
June 11 Gold Cup Group C United States  1–2  Panama Tampa, Florida
20:00 UTC−04 Jones Yellow card 18'
Altidore Yellow card 25'
Goodson 68' Yellow card 56'
Bedoya Yellow card 64'
Bocanegra Yellow card 90+3'
Report Goodson 19' (o.g.)
Cooper Yellow card 25'
Gómez 35' (pen.)
Penedo Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Raymond James Stadium
Attendance: 27,731
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (MEX)
June 14 Gold Cup Group C Guadeloupe  0–1  United States Kansas City, Kansas
20:00 UTC−05 Viator Yellow card 66'
Zubar Yellow card 77'
Auvray Yellow card 89'
Report Altidore 9' Stadium: Livestrong Sporting Park
Attendance: 20,109
Referee: Marlon Mejia (SLV)
June 19 Gold Cup Quarterfinals Jamaica  0–2  United States Washington, D.C.
15:00 UTC−04 Austin Yellow card 16'
Taylor Red card 67'
Report Jones Yellow card 26' 49'
Dempsey 80'
Stadium: RFK Stadium
Attendance: 45,423
Referee: Marco Rodriguez (MEX)
June 22 Gold Cup Semifinals United States  1–0  Panama Houston, Texas
18:00 UTC−05 Bocanegra Yellow card 68'
Dempsey 76'
Report Cooper Yellow card 18'
Henríquez Yellow card 36'
Gómez Yellow card 72'
Stadium: Reliant Stadium
Attendance: 70,267
Referee: Enrico Winjgaarde (SUR)
June 25 Gold Cup Final United States  2–4  Mexico Pasadena, California
18:00 UTC−07 Bradley 8'
Donovan 23' Yellow card 33'
Dempsey Yellow card 87'
Jones Yellow card 90+1'
Report Barrera 29', 50'
Guardado 36'
Dos Santos 76'
Torres Yellow card 81'
Stadium: Rose Bowl
Attendance: 93,420
Referee: Joel Aguilar (SLV)
August 10 International Friendly United States  1–1  Mexico Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
21:00 UTC−05 Rogers 73' Report Peralta 17'
Juárez Yellow card 42'
Márquez Yellow card 67'
Torrado Yellow card 86'
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
Attendance: 30,138
Referee: Raymond Bogle (JAM)
September 2 International Friendly United States  0–1  Costa Rica Carson, California
20:00 UTC−08 Donovan Yellow card 58'
Shea Yellow card 78'
Kljestan Yellow card 79'
Report Josué Martínez Yellow card 29'
Wallace 65'
Miller Yellow card 73'
Acosta Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Home Depot Center
Attendance: 15,798
Referee: Jose Molina (HON)
September 6 International Friendly Belgium  1–0  United States Brussels, Belgium
20:30 UTC±0 Lombaerts 55' Report Stadium: King Baudouin Stadium
Attendance: 21,946
Referee: William Collum (SCO)
October 8 International Friendly United States  1–0  Honduras Miami Gardens, Florida
18:00 UTC−05 Cherundolo Yellow card 32'
Dempsey 36'
Altidore Yellow card 42'
Bocanegra Yellow card 45+1'
Edu Yellow card 58'
Shea Yellow card 63'
Report García Yellow card 41'
Chávez Yellow card 78'
Mejía Yellow card 82'
Stadium: Sun Life Stadium
Attendance: 21,900
Referee: Courtney Campbell (JAM)
October 11 International Friendly United States  0–1  Ecuador Harrison, New Jersey
Bocanegra Yellow card 62' Report Ayovi 79' Yellow card 88'
Saritama Yellow card 87'
Stadium: Red Bull Arena
Attendance: 20,707
Referee: Joel Aguilar (ELS)
November 11 International Friendly France  1–0  United States Saint-Denis, France
21:00 UTC±0 Rémy 72'
Koscielny Yellow card 78'
Debuchy Yellow card 80'
Report Stadium: Stade de France
Attendance: 70,018
Referee: Michael Koukoulakis (GRE)
November 15 International Friendly Slovenia  2–3  United States Ljubljana, Slovenia
Matavž 26', 62'
Pečnik Yellow card 90'
Report Buddle 9'
Dempsey 41'
Altidore 43' (pen.) Yellow card 90+5'
Stadium: Stožice Stadium
Attendance: 8,140
Referee: Robert Schörgenhofer (AUT)

Under-20[edit]

March 29 CONCACAF U-20 Champ. Group B Suriname U-20 Suriname 0–4  United States U-20 Guatemala City, Guatemala
20:00 UTC−05 Report Wood 20'
Gyau 29'
Doyle 41'
Rowe 81'
Stadium: Estadio Mateo Flores
Attendance: 3,736
Referee: David Gantar (CAN)
April 6 CONCACAF U-20 Champ. QF United States U-20 United States 1–2  Guatemala U-20 Guatemala City, Guatemala
22:00 UTC−05 Doyle 66' Report Lima 33'
Lopez 69'
Stadium: Estadio Mateo Flores
Attendance: 13,805
Referee: Roberto Garcia (MEX)
May 17 Friendly France U-20 France 3–3  United States U-20 Carquefou, France
Tafer 13'
Knockaera 59', 89'
Report Doyle 8'
Gatt 42'
Gil 54'
Stadium: Stade Moulins
May 20 Friendly France U-20 France 2–1  United States U-20 Vichy, France
Gilles 19'
Tafer 56'
Report Doyle 22' Stadium: Stade Vichy

Under-18[edit]

May 25 Lisbon International Tournament United States U-18 United States 1–1  Netherlands U-18 Lisbon, Portugal
15:45 UTC+00 Pineda 34' Report Peters 58' Stadium: Estadio Pina Manique
Attendance: 300
Referee: Joao Capela (POR)
May 26 Lisbon International Tournament Portugal U-18 Portugal 1–0  United States U-18 Lisbon, Portugal
18:15 UTC+00 Alves 83' Report Stadium: Estadio Pina Manique
Attendance: 350
Referee: Jochem Kamphuis (NED)
May 28 Lisbon International Tournament United States U-18 United States 0–0  Finland U-18 Lisbon, Portugal
Report
July 27 Milk Cup GS United States U-18 United States 1–1  Mexico U-19 Coleraine, Northern Ireland
20:00 UTC+00 Robinson 45+1' Report Ruiz 12' Stadium: The Showgrounds
Attendance: 700
July 29 Milk Cup 3PG United States U-18 United States 2–1  Georgia U-19 Ballymena, Northern Ireland
13:00 UTC+00 McCrary 39'
Kiesewetter 58'
Report Rukhadze 60' Stadium: Riada Stadium
Attendance: 300

Under-17[edit]

January 31 Friendly Jamaica U-17 Jamaica 1–2  United States U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
18:00 UTC−05 Holnes 67' Report E. Rodriguez 45' (pen.)
Koroma 52'
February 5 Friendly United States U-17 United States 6–0  Honduras U-17 Bradenton, Florida
Fehr 20'
Koroma 23', 24', 64'
Guido 32'
Serna 46'
Report
February 14 CONCACAF U-17 Champ. Group B Cuba U-17 Cuba 1–3  United States U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
15:00 UTC−05 Lopez 68' Report Koroma 27'
Oliver 46'
E. Rodriguez 50'
Stadium: Catherine Hall Stadium
Attendance: 548
Referee: Enrico Winjgaarde (SUR)
February 18 CONCACAF U-17 Champ. Group B United States U-17 United States 1–0  Panama U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
16:30 UTC−05 Oliver 50' Report Stadium: Jarrett Park
Attendance: 290
Referee: Enrico Winjgaarde (SUR)
February 22 CONCACAF U-17 Champ. QF United States U-17 United States 3 – 2
(a.e.t.)
 El Salvador U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
15:00 UTC−05 Guido 5'
M. Rodriguez 96'
Pelosi 112'
Report Peña 9'
Iraheta 120' (pen.)
Stadium: Catherine Hall Stadium
Referee: Valdin Legister (JAM)
February 25 CONCACAF U-17 Champ. SF United States U-17 United States 2–0  Jamaica U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
19:00 UTC−05 Pelosi 11'
Oliver 90+2'
Report Stadium: Catherine Hall Stadium
Attendance: 8,361
Referee: Ricardo Arellano (MEX)
February 27 CONCACAF U-17 Champ. F Canada U-17 Canada 0 – 3
(a.e.t.)
 United States U-17 Montego Bay, Jamaica
19:00 UTC−05 Report Smith 92'
Oliver 100'
Koroma 120'
Stadium: Catherine Hall Stadium
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Enrico Winjgaarde (SUR)
April 27 Friendly Mexico U-17 Mexico 2–0  United States U-17 Querétaro, Mexico
Fierra 29'
Bueno 48'
Report Stadium: Estadio Corregidora
June 19 FIFA U-17 WC Group D United States U-17 United States 3–0  Czech Republic U-17 Torreón, Mexico
18:00 UTC−05 Guido 5'
E. Rodriguez 52'
Koroma 89'
Report Stadium: Estadio Corona
Attendance: 15,083
Referee: Diego Arbal (ARG)
June 22 FIFA U-17 WC Group D United States U-17 United States 1–2  Uzbekistan U-17 Torreón, Mexico
15:00 UTC−05 Koroma 47' Report Davlatov 13'
Makhstaliev 54' (pen.)
Stadium: Estadio Corona
Attendance: 4,133
Referee: Alexey Nikolaev (RUS)
June 25 FIFA U-17 WC Group D United States U-17 United States 0–0  New Zealand U-17 Pachuca, Mexico
18:00 UTC−05 Report Stadium: Estadio Hidalgo
Attendance: 8,556
Referee: Bas Nijhuis (NED)
June 30 FIFA U-17 WC R16 Germany U-17 Germany 4–0  United States U-17 Querétaro, Mexico
15:00 UTC−05 Guenter 20'
Weiser 40'
Yesil 43'
Ducksch 49'
Report Stadium: Estadio Corregidora
Attendance: 16,191
Referee: Omar PONCE (ECU)
October 15 Albir Garden Sports Cup United States U-17 United States 1–1  Mexico U-17 L'Alfàs del Pi, Spain
Lema 78' (pen.) Report Navarro 64'
October 19 Albir Garden Sports Cup United States U-17 United States 2–0  Russia U-17 L'Alfàs del Pi, Spain
Report
October 20 Albir Garden Sports Cup Spain U-17 Spain 0–5  United States U-17 L'Alfàs del Pi, Spain
Report
October 25 Val-de-Marne Tournament France U-17 France 3–0  United States U-17 Paris, France
14:00 UTC+01 Report
October 27 Val-de-Marne Tournament United States U-17 United States 1–2  Peru U-17 Paris, France
14:00 UTC+01 Report
October 29 Val-de-Marne Tournament United States U-17 United States 3–1  Netherlands U-17 Paris, France
14:00 UTC+01 Report
November 30 Nike International Friendlies United States U-17 United States 2–2  France U-17 Sarasota, Florida
17:00 UTC-05 Robinson 25'
Wade 90+3'
Report Araai 43'
Turner 75' (o.g.)
Stadium: Premier Sports Campus
Attendance: 300
Referee: Mark Declouet (USA)
December 2 Nike International Friendlies United States U-17 United States 2–1  Turkey U-17 Sarasota, Florida
17:00 UTC-05 Turner 19'
Flores 88'
Report Altintas 47' Stadium: Premier Sports Campus
Attendance: 1,859
Referee: Allen Chapman (USA)
December 4 Nike International Friendlies United States U-17 United States 3–1  Brazil U-17 Sarasota, Florida
17:00 UTC-05 Rubin 2'
Turner 31'
Wade 43'
Matheus 17' Stadium: Premier Sports Campus

Women[edit]

Senior[edit]

Wins Losses Draws
13 3 4
Friendlies[edit]
April 2 England  2–1  United States London, England
18:00 UTC+01 Clarke 8'
Yankey 27'
Report Rapinoe 39' Stadium: Matchroom Stadium
Attendance: 5,801
Referee: Sian Massey (ENG)
Assistant referees: Sarah Hollins (ENG)
Rebecca Scott-Mullen (ENG)
Fourth official: Lucy May (ENG)
May 14 United States  2–0  Japan Columbus, Ohio
18:30 UTC-04 Wambach 29'
Rodriguez 37'
Report Stadium: Columbus Crew Stadium
Attendance: 5,234
Referee: Kari Seitz (USA)
Assistant referees: Veronica Perez (USA)
Marlene Duffy (USA)
Fourth official: Margaret Domka (USA)
May 18 United States  2–0  Japan Cary, North Carolina
19:00 UTC-04 Rodriguez 28'
O'Reilly 69'
Report Stadium: WakeMed Soccer Park
Referee: Moo Hackett (USA)
Assistant referees: Mark Buda (USA)
Daniel Fitzgerald (USA)
Fourth official: Larry Stroud Jr. (USA)
June 5 United States  1–0  Mexico Harrison, New Jersey
14:00 UTC-04 Cheney 90+2' Report Stadium: Red Bull Arena
Attendance: 5,852
Referee: Kari Seitz (USA)
Assistant referees: Marlene Duffy (USA)
Veronica Perez (USA)
Fourth official: Christina Ibanez (USA)
September 17 United States  1–1  Canada Kansas City, Kansas
18:00 UTC-05 Wambach 10' (pen.) Report Tancredi 42' Stadium: Livestrong Sporting Park
Attendance: 16,191
Referee: Margaret Domka (USA)
Assistant referees: Marlene Duffy (USA)
Melanie Johnson (USA)
Fourth official: Jon Freemon (USA)
September 22 United States  3–0  Canada Portland, Oregon
20:00 UTC-07 Wambach 63', 70'
Morgan 90+2'
Report Stadium: Jeld-Wen Field
Attendance: 18,570
Referee: Christina Ibanez (USA)
Assistant referees: Veronica Perez (USA)
Jeremy Hanson (USA)
Fourth official: Josh Wilkens (USA)
November 19 United States  1–1  Sweden Glendale, Arizona
19:00 UTC-06 Heath 81' Report Jakobsson 28' Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium
Attendance: 18,482
Referee: Kari Seitz (USA)
Assistant referees: Veronica Perez (USA)
Marlene Duffy (USA)
Fourth official: Paul Nothman (USA)
2011 Four Nations Tournament[edit]
January 21 United States  1–2  Sweden Chongqing, China
15:35 UTC+08 Lloyd 11' Report Segerström 16'
Asllani 61'
Stadium: Yongchuan Sports Centre
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Qin Liang (CHN)
Assistant referees: Zhang Lingling (CHN)
Wu Chun (CHN)
Fourth official: He Jin (CHN)
January 23 United States  2–1  Canada Chongqing, China
19:05 UTC+08 Cheney 54'
Tarpley 70'
Report Tancredi 56' Stadium: Yongchuan Sports Centre
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: He Jin (CHN)
Assistant referees: Fang Yang (CHN)
Wu Chun (CHN)
Fourth official: Qin Liang (CHN)
January 25 China PR  0–2  United States Chongqing, China
19:05 UTC+08 Report Lloyd 31'
Rodriguez 67'
Stadium: Yongchuan Sports Centre
Referee: Wang Jia (CHN)
Assistant referees: Fang Yang (CHN)
Cui Yongmei (CHN)
Fourth official: Margaret Domka (USA)
2011 Algarve Cup[edit]
March 2 Group A United States  2–1  Japan Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal
15:00 UTC+00 Rodriguez 7'
Rapinoe 18'
Report Miyama 29' Stadium: Estádio Municipal
Attendance: 350
Referee: Dagmar Damkova (CZE)
Assistant referees: Yolanda Parga Rodriguez (ESP)
Maria Luisa Villa Gutierrez (ESP)
Fourth official: Alexandra Ihringova (ENG)
March 4 Group A United States  2–0  Norway Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal
15:00 UTC+00 Tarpley 33'
Lloyd 63'
Report Stadium: Estádio Municipal
Attendance: 400
Referee: Hong Eun Ah (KOR)
Assistant referees: Sung Mi Cha (KOR)
Kyoung Min Kim (KOR)
Fourth official: Msui Mei Liu (TPE)
March 7 Group A United States  4–0  Finland Quarteira, Portugal
15:00 UTC+00 Boxx 8'
Lloyd 13'
Morgan 45', 54'
Report Stadium: Estádio Municipal
Attendance: 250
Referee: Jacqui Melksham (AUS)
Assistant referees: Allyson Flynn (AUS)
Sarah Ho (AUS)
Fourth official: Etsuko Fukano (JPN)
March 9 Final United States  4–2  Iceland Faro, Portugal
17:00 UTC+00 Lloyd 8'
Cheney 43'
O'Reilly 57'
Morgan 87'
Report Ómarsdóttir 24'
Gísladóttir 26'
Stadium: Estádio Algarve
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
Assistant referees: Katrin Rafalski (GER)
Marina Wozniak (GER)
Fourth official: Carol Anne Chenard (CAN)
2011 FIFA Women's World Cup[edit]
June 28 Group C United States  2–0  North Korea Dresden, Germany
18:15 UTC+02 Cheney 54'
Buehler 76'
Report Stadium: Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
Attendance: 21,859
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
Assistant referees: Marina Wozniak (GER)
Katrin Rafalski (GER)
Fourth official: Gyoengyi Gaal (HUN)
July 2 Group C United States  3–0  Colombia Sinsheim, Germany
18:00 UTC+02 O'Reilly 12'
Rapinoe 50'
Lloyd 57'
Report Stadium: Rhein-Neckar-Arena
Attendance: 25,475
Referee: Dagmar Damkova (CZE)
Assistant referees: Maria Luisa Villa Gutierrez (ESP)
Yolanda Parga Rodriguez (ESP)
Fourth official: Jacqui Melksham (AUS)
July 6 Group C Sweden  2–1  United States Wolfsburg, Germany
20:45 UTC+02 Dahlkvist 16' (pen.)
LePeilbet 35' (o.g.)
Report Wambach 67' Stadium: Volkswagen-Arena
Attendance: 23,468
Referee: Etsuko Fukano (JPN)
Assistant referees: Saori Takahashi (JPN)
Zhang Lingling (CHN)
Fourth official: Therese Neguel (CMR)
July 10 Quarterfinals Brazil  2 – 2
(a.e.t.)

(3–5 p)
 United States Dresden, Germany
17:30 UTC+02 Marta 68' (pen.), 92' Report Daiane 2' (o.g.)
Wambach 120+2'
Stadium: Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
Attendance: 25,598
Referee: Jacqui Melksham (AUS)
Assistant referees: Allyson Flynn (AUS)
Sarah Ho (AUS)
Fourth official: Etsuko Fukano (JPN)
Penalties
Cristiane soccer ball with check mark
Marta soccer ball with check mark
Daiane soccer ball with red X
Francielle soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Boxx
soccer ball with check mark Lloyd
soccer ball with check mark Wambach
soccer ball with check mark Rapinoe
soccer ball with check mark Krieger
July 13 Semifinals France  1–3  United States Mönchengladbach, Germany
18:00 UTC+02 Bompastor 55' Report Cheney 9'
Wambach 79'
Morgan 82'
Stadium: Borussia-Park
Attendance: 25,676
Referee: Kirsi Heikkinen (FIN)
Assistant referees: Tonja Paavola (FIN)
Anu Jokela (FIN)
Fourth official: Yolanda Parga Rodriguez (ESP)
July 17 Final Japan  2 – 2
(a.e.t.)

(3–1 p)
 United States Frankfurt, Germany
20:45 UTC+02 Miyama 81'
Sawa 117'
Report Morgan 69'
Wambach 104'
Stadium: Commerzbank-Arena
Attendance: 48,817
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
Assistant referees: Marina Wozniak (GER)
Katrin Rafalski (GER)
Fourth official: Jenny Palmqvist (SWE)
Penalties
Miyama soccer ball with check mark
Nagasato soccer ball with red X
Sakaguchi soccer ball with check mark
Kumagai soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with red X Boxx
soccer ball with red X Lloyd
soccer ball with red X Heath
soccer ball with check mark Wambach

Under-23[edit]

February 25 Four Nations Tournament United States U-23 United States 4–2 Sweden Sweden U-23 La Manga, Spain
Henderson 21', 47'
Nogueira 27' (pen.)
Hagen 34'
Report Berglund 35'
Jakobsson 50'
February 27 Four Nations Tournament United States U-23 United States 1–1 England England U-23 La Manga, Spain
Hagen 44' Report Stokes 62' Stadium: La Manga Stadium
March 1 Four Nations Tournament United States U-23 United States 3–2 Norway Norway U-23 La Manga, Spain
Henderson 71'
Hagen 79'
Nogueira 83'
Report Lund 17'
Algrey 48'
Stadium: La Manga Field
June 17 3-Nations Tournament Norway U-23 Norway 3–2 United States United States U-23 Borlänge, Sweden
Algrey 3'
Adsero 41'
Liane 90'
Report Brooks 52'
Hagen 76'
Stadium: Kvarnsvedens IP
June 19 3-Nations Tournament Sweden U-23 Sweden 0–4 United States United States U-23 Borlänge, Sweden
Report Huster 6'
Hagen 14', 41'
Short 76'
Stadium: Kvarnsvedens IP
June 21 3-Nations Tournament Sweden U-23 Sweden 1–1 United States United States U-23 Falun, Sweden
Fors 79' Report Hagen 60' Stadium: Kopparvallen

Under-20[edit]

March 4 Ten Nations Tournament United States U-20 United States 0 – 0
abandoned
Sweden Sweden U-20 La Manga, Spain
Report
March 6 Ten Nations Tournament United States U-20 United States 0–0 England England U-20 La Manga, Spain
Report
March 8 Ten Nations Tournament United States U-20 United States 2–0 Norway Norway U-20 La Manga, Spain
Cobb 9'
Smith 80'
Report Stadium: La Manga Club Field A
June 8 Friendly United States U-20 United States 2–1 Japan Japan U-20 Chula Vista, California
Cobb 4'
Brian 22'
Report Saito 13' Stadium: Olympic Training Center Field 4

Under-18[edit]

February 1 Friendly United States U-18 United States 2–1 Germany Germany U-18 Sunrise, Florida
16:00 UTC−05 Spivey 54'
Price 62'
Report DaBritz 88'

Under-17[edit]

January 31 Friendly United States U-17 United States 3–1 Germany Germany U-17 Sunrise, Florida
16:00 UTC−05 Munerlyn 29', 60'
Green 50'
Report Dongus 82'
February 3 Friendly United States U-17 United States 2–2 Germany Germany U-17 Sunrise, Florida
Sullivan 42'
Kaskie 57'
Report Dongus 30'
Romert 77'
August 25 Friendly United States U-17 United States 2–2 Japan Japan U-17 Carson, California
18:00 UTC−08 Bruder 51'
Reid 61'
Report Hirata 43', 45+1' Stadium: The Home Depot Center
Referee: Shahram Danbeli (USA)
August 28 Friendly United States U-17 United States 1–2 Japan Japan U-17 Carson, California
16:00 UTC−08 Green 70' (pen.) Report Sasaki 24'
Masuya 56'
Stadium: The Home Depot Center
Referee: Robert Sarfarez (USA)

Managerial changes[edit]

Team Outgoing Manner Date Table Incoming Date Table
C.D. Chivas USA Martín Vásquez Fired October 27, 2010 8th (Western Conference)
15th (Overall)
Robin Fraser January 4, 2011[1] Pre-season
Chicago Fire Carlos de los Cobos Fired May 30, 2011 8th (Eastern Conference)
16th (Overall)
Frank Klopas May 30, 2011[2] 8th (Eastern Conference)
16th (Overall)
United States Bob Bradley Fired July 28, 2011 Not Available Jürgen Klinsmann July 29, 2011[3] Not Available
New England Revolution Steve Nicol Mutual Consent October 24, 2011 9th (Eastern Conference)
17th (Overall)
Jay Heaps November 15, 2011[4] Post-season
Colorado Rapids Gary Smith Fired November 7, 2011 5th (Western Conference)
6th (Overall)
[5]

League tables[edit]

Men[edit]

Major League Soccer[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D GF GA GD Pts
1 LA Galaxy (SS, W1) 34 19 5 10 48 28 +20 67 2012–13 CONCACAF Champions League Group Stage 2
2 Seattle Sounders FC 34 18 7 9 56 37 +19 63
3 Real Salt Lake 34 15 11 8 44 36 +8 53
4 FC Dallas 34 15 12 7 42 39 +3 52
5 Sporting Kansas City (E1) 34 13 9 12 50 40 +10 51
6 Houston Dynamo 34 12 9 13 45 41 +4 49 2012–13 CONCACAF Champions League Group Stage 2
7 Colorado Rapids 34 12 9 13 44 41 +3 49
8 Philadelphia Union 34 11 8 15 44 36 +8 48
9 Columbus Crew 34 13 13 8 43 44 −1 47
10 New York Red Bulls 34 10 8 16 50 44 +6 46
11 Chicago Fire 34 9 9 16 46 45 +1 43
12 Portland Timbers 34 11 14 9 40 48 −8 42
13 D.C. United 34 9 13 12 49 52 −3 39
14 San Jose Earthquakes 34 8 12 14 40 45 −5 38
15 Chivas USA 34 8 14 12 41 43 −2 36
16 Toronto FC 34 6 13 15 36 59 −23 33 2011–12 CONCACAF Champions League Preliminary Round 3
17 New England Revolution 34 5 16 13 38 58 −20 28
18 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 34 6 18 10 35 55 −20 28
Updated to match(es) played on October 22, 2011 (NER v TFC). Source: MLSSoccer.com

(SS) = Supporters Shield winner; (E1) = Eastern Conference champion; (W1) = Western Conference champion

Playoffs[edit]
Knockout Round Conference Semifinals Conference Finals MLS Cup 2011
E1 Sporting Kansas City 2 2
8 Colorado Rapids 1 WC Colorado Rapids 0 0
9 Columbus Crew 0 Eastern ConferenceE1 Sporting Kansas City 0
E2 Houston Dynamo 2
E2 Houston Dynamo 2 1
E3 Philadelphia Union 1 0
E2 Houston Dynamo 0
W1 LA Galaxy 1
W2 Seattle Sounders FC 0 2
W3 Real Salt Lake 3 0
Western ConferenceW3 Real Salt Lake 1
7 FC Dallas 0 W1 LA Galaxy 3
10 New York Red Bulls 2 W1 LA Galaxy 1 2
WC New York Red Bulls 0 1

Note: The LA Galaxy, as MLS Supporters Shield winners, were assured of playing the lower seeded Wild Card series winner (New York Red Bulls) in the Conference Semifinals, while Sporting Kansas City would play the higher seeded Wild Card series winner (Colorado Rapids).

MLS Cup[edit]

North American Soccer League[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Carolina RailHawks (X) 28 17 3 8 50 26 +24 54 Playoff semifinals
2 Puerto Rico Islanders 28 15 7 6 41 32 +9 52
3 Tampa Bay Rowdies 28 11 8 9 41 36 +5 41 Playoff quarterfinals
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 28 9 11 8 35 36 −1 38
5 FC Edmonton 28 10 6 12 35 40 −5 36[a]
6 NSC Minnesota Stars (C) 28 9 9 10 30 32 −2 36[a]
7 Montreal Impact 28 9 8 11 35 27 +8 35
8 Atlanta Silverbacks 28 4 4 20 25 63 −38 16
Source: NASL Standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head record; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored.[6]
(C) Champion; (X) Regular season champion
Notes:
  1. ^ a b EDM: 8 pts; MIN: 2 pts
Playoffs[edit]
Quarterfinals Semifinals Soccer Bowl 2011
1 Carolina RailHawks FC 0 4 4 (3)
3 FC Tampa Bay 0 6 NSC Minnesota Stars 1 3 4 (5)
6 NSC Minnesota Stars 1 6 NSC Minnesota Stars 3 0 3
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1 0 1
2 Puerto Rico Islanders 1 1 2
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 5 4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers 3 2 5
5 FC Edmonton 0


Finals[edit]

USL Pro[edit]

American Division[edit]
Pos Team Pld W T L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Orlando City SC (C) 24 15 6 3 36 16 +20 51 2011 USL Pro Commissioner's Cup, 2011 USL Pro Playoffs
2 Wilmington Hammerheads (A) 24 14 3 7 42 30 +12 45 2011 USL Pro Playoffs[a]
3 Richmond Kickers (A) 24 12 5 7 35 21 +14 41
4 Charleston Battery (A) 24 10 5 9 24 25 −1 35
5 Charlotte Eagles 24 9 6 9 32 29 +3 33
6 Antigua Barracuda 24 9 2 13 32 32 0 29
Source: USL Pro official standings
Rules for classification: Points, then tiebreak: 1) Head-to-head record based on total points in League games, 2) Total wins in League games, 3) Goal difference in League games, 4) Goals scored in League games, etc.[7]
(A) Advances to USL Pro Playoffs; (C) Commissioner's Cup (best regular season record)
Notes:
  1. ^ The top four clubs in each division are guaranteed spots in the 2011 USL Pro Playoffs.
National Division[edit]
Pos Team Pld W T L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Rochester Rhinos (A) 24 12 4 8 31 23 +8 40 2011 USL PRO Playoffs[a]
2 Harrisburg City Islanders (A) 24 10 7 7 37 30 +7 37
3 Los Angeles Blues (A) 24 8 9 7 34 29 +5 33
4 Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A) 24 7 6 11 23 32 −9 27
5 F.C. New York 24 6 7 11 27 37 −10 25
6 Dayton Dutch Lions 24 2 6 16 21 54 −33 12
Source: USL Pro official standings
Rules for classification: Points, then tiebreak: 1) Head-to-head record based on total points in League games, 2) Total wins in League games, 3) Goal difference in League games, 4) Goals scored in League games, etc.[8]
(A) Advances to USL Pro Playoffs
Notes:
  1. ^ The top four clubs in each division are guaranteed spots in the 2011 USL PRO Playoffs.
Playoffs[edit]
Divisional Semifinals Divisional Finals USL PRO Championship
         
A1 Orlando City (a.e.t.) 3
A4 Charleston Battery 1
A1 Orlando City 3
American Division
A3 Richmond Kickers 0
A2 Wilmington Hammerheads 0 (4)
A3 Richmond Kickers (pen.) 0 (5)
A1 Orlando City (pen.) 2 (3)
N2 Harrisburg City Islanders 2 (2)
N1 Rochester Rhinos 4
N4 Pittsburgh Riverhounds 0
N1 Rochester Rhinos 1
National Division
N2 Harrisburg City Islanders 2
N2 Harrisburg City Islanders 3
N3 Los Angeles Blues 2
Final[edit]

Premier Development League[edit]

Women[edit]

Women's Professional Soccer[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Western New York Flash 18 13 3 2 40 18 +22 42 Advance to Championship
2 Philadelphia Independence 18 11 3 4 31 18 +13 36 Advance to Super Semifinal
3 magicJack 18 9 2 7 29 29 0 28[a] Advance to First Round
4 Boston Breakers 18 5 4 9 19 24 −5 19[b]
5 Sky Blue FC 18 5 4 9 24 29 −5 19[b]
6 Atlanta Beat 18 1 4 13 7 32 −25 7
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) points, 2) goal difference, 3) head-to-head result.
Notes:
  1. ^ magicJack were deducted a point for various league violations.[9]
  2. ^ a b BOS: 7 pts; SKY: 4 pt

Women's Major League Soccer[edit]

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup[edit]

Third Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
            
New York Red Bulls 2
F.C. New York 1
Chicago Fire 4
New York Red Bulls 0
Rochester Rhinos 0
Chicago Fire 1
Chicago Fire 2
Richmond Kickers 1
Columbus Crew 1
Richmond Kickers 2
Sporting Kansas City 0
Richmond Kickers 2
Sporting Kansas City 3
Chicago Fire Premier 0
Seattle Sounders FC 2
Chicago Fire 0
FC Dallas 3
Orlando City 2
FC Dallas 2
Real Salt Lake 0
Real Salt Lake 2
Wilmington Hammerheads 0
Seattle Sounders FC 1
FC Dallas 0
Seattle Sounders FC 2
Kitsap Pumas 1
Seattle Sounders FC 3
Los Angeles Galaxy 1
Los Angeles Galaxy 2
Los Angeles Blues 1

Home teams listed on top of bracket. (AET): At Extra Time

Final[edit]

Honors[edit]

Professional[edit]

Amateur[edit]

American clubs in international competitions[edit]

Club Competition Final round
Columbus Crew 2010–11 CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinals
Real Salt Lake Finals
Colorado Rapids 2011–12 CONCACAF Champions League Group Stage
FC Dallas Group Stage
Los Angeles Galaxy Quarterfinals
Seattle Sounders FC Quarterfinals

Columbus Crew[edit]

Real Salt Lake[edit]

Colorado Rapids[edit]

FC Dallas[edit]

August 17 Champions League
Group C
UNAM Mexico 0–1 United States FC Dallas Mexico City, Mexico
21:00 UTC-05 Report Chávez 66' Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Universitario
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: José Molina (Honduras)
August 25 Champions League
Group C
Toronto FC Canada 0–1 United States FC Dallas Toronto, Ontario, Canada
10:15 UTC-04 Report Stewart 45+1' Stadium: BMO Field
Attendance: 500
Referee: Javier Santos (Puerto Rico)
September 21 Champions League
Group C
FC Dallas United States 0–2 Mexico UNAM Frisco, Texas
19:00 UTC-05 Report Herrera 84'
Izazola 90+1'
Stadium: Pizza Hut Park
Attendance: 4,985
Referee: Walter López (GUA)
September 28 Champions League
Group C
Tauro Panama 5–3 United States FC Dallas Panama City, Panama
19:00 UTC-05 Moreno 12'
Gallardo 33'
Pérez 77', 86'
Sánchez 81'
Report Benítez 23' (pen.)
Luna 84', 90+3' (pen.)
Stadium: Estadio Rommel Fernández
Attendance: 316
Referee: Marco Rodríguez (MEX)
October 18 Champions League
Group C
FC Dallas United States 0–3 Canada Toronto FC Frisco, Texas
19:00 UTC-05 Report Koevermans 29'
Plata 69', 81'
Stadium: Pizza Hut Park
Referee: Roberto Garcia (MEX)

Los Angeles Galaxy[edit]

September 13 Champions League
Group A
Morelia Mexico 2–1 United States Los Angeles Galaxy Morelia, Mexico
18:00 UTC-06 Aldrete 83'
Sabah 90+2'
Report Keane 52' Stadium: Estadio Morelos
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: José Pineda (HON)
September 21 Champions League
Group A
Alajuelense Costa Rica 1–0 United States Los Angeles Galaxy Alajuela, Costa Rica
20:00 UTC-06 Gabas 28' Report Stadium: Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Attendance: 13,377
Referee: Courtney Campbell (JAM)

Seattle Sounders[edit]

August 16 Champions League
Group D
Seattle Sounders United States 4–1 Guatemala Comunicaciones Seattle, Washington
19:00 UTC-07 Evans 35'
Fucito 61', 67'
Gómez 87' (o.g.)
Report Arreola 2' Stadium: CenturyLink Field
Attendance: 10,017
Referee: Paul Delgadillo (Mexico)
September 20 Champions League
Group D
Seattle Sounders United States 0–1 Costa Rica Herediano Seattle, Washington
19:00 UTC-07 Report Arias 25' Stadium: CenturyLink Field
Attendance: 10,163
Referee: Neal Brizan (TRI)

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  8. ^ See Rule 2.11 League Regulations
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