For 1904 FC, No News Is Bad News

February 21, 2018

The last time 1904 FC was in the public eye was January 31st. The last time 1904 FC made a public move directly related to the team was in 2017. With the future of the North American Soccer League (NASL) still in limbo, the club’s silence does nothing to reassure nervous fans. 1904 FC set up their first “pop-up store” at the friendly match between Club Tijuana and Toronto FC…

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1904 FC Opening Day Delayed

January 7, 2018

Sources close to the North American Soccer League (NASL) claim that the league plans to open the 2018 season in August instead of March as they await the results of an appeal against US Soccer. The appeal, spearheaded by Miami FC, challenges US Soccer’s decision to revoke the NASL’s second-division status. The 2018 season is likely to follow the schedule of major leagues around the world, beginning in August and…

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1904 Monthly Review: Thanksgiving-Sized Helpings of Good and Bad in November

December 5, 2017

There is no one-word description of how November went for 1904 FC. Still yet to sign their first player, the club finds itself in the midst of drama that could determine the future of the North American Soccer League. November saw three teams depart the NASL, two of which – FC Edmonton and recently crowned champions San Francisco Deltas – ceased operations entirely. The third team, North Carolina FC, will…

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USD Football: Should the Toreros Consider a Move to the Big Sky Conference?

November 29, 2017

San Diego’s visit to Flagstaff to face Northern Arizona University on Saturday was the Toreros’ fourth FCS (Div. 1-AA) playoff game in program history. Three of the four games have been on the road against Big Sky Conference teams – Montana, Cal Poly, and Northern Arizona. The Toreros dominate their Pioneer Football League on a yearly basis, and have recently shown the ability to compete with Big Sky teams, so…

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1904 FC’s Community-First Approach Benefits US Soccer as a Whole

November 7, 2017

  On October 10th, the US Men’s National Team failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986. Fingers were pointed everywhere; players, coaches, US Soccer higher-ups – including President Sunil Gulati – and even player development academies. On October 16th, news broke of Columbus Crew FC, one of the founding members of Major League Soccer (MLS), possibly relocating to Austin, Texas. In comparison to major…

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1904 FC Co-Owners Update #1: Hazard’s Chelsea Dominant, Sow & Cabaye Subdued

November 5, 2017

1904 FC Co-owner Eden Hazard proved a handful for Manchester United, winning six free-kicks and forcing three saves as Chelsea defeated the visiting Red Devils 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Alvaro Morata put the hosts ahead in the 55th minute with a thumping header, and Chelsea controlled the match to remain in fourth place in the English Premier League. The hosts outshot United 18 (8 on target) to 10…

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