May 28, 2011
When: 5 p.m. PDT. Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. On the air: TV: FS West, Galavision; Radio: 1150, 1330. Records: Galaxy 7-2-5; Revolution 3-4-4. Record vs. Revolution : 0-0-1 Update: Midfielder David Beckham rejoins the Galaxy after missing Wednesday's 1-0 win against Houston, but forward Juan Pablo Angel (fatigue) won't make the trip. The league-leading Galaxy, playing its third game in eight days, has won a season-high three straight and hasn't lost in its last 11 games.
July 25, 2005 |
Chelsea's Arjen Robben scored in the 13th minute to lead the English Premier League champions past AC Milan, 1-0, Sunday night in the first of a series of exhibition games in the United States. The teams played in front of 26,208 in Gillette Stadium. Italian powerhouse Milan will play the host Chicago Fire on Wednesday, and Chelsea will play D.C. United on Thursday in Washington.
June 28, 2013 |
The New England Patriots quickly distanced themselves from Aaron Hernandez by cutting the tight end before he was charged with first-degree murder. Now they are encouraging fans to do the same with their No. 81 Hernandez jerseys -- get rid of them. The Patriots are offering fans who had purchased a Hernandez jersey a chance to exchange it for a new one. Fans can come to the stadium store on the weekend of July 6-7 and trade for a jersey of comparable value. Wonder how many Tim Tebow jerseys will be taken?
October 28, 2013 |
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was served a grand jury subpoena Sunday in connection to an investigation into alleged gun trafficking by former New England tight end Aaron Hernandez, according to a Sports Illustrated report. Pouncey, a close friend and college teammate of Hernandez at the University of Florida, was served papers at Gillette Stadium less than an hour after the Dolphins lost to the Patriots, the report said. According to the report, two state police officers approached Pouncey in the hallway between the visitors' locker room and the Dolphins' bus, handing him the subpoena.
June 17, 2003 |
After talking for weeks about how it was going to organize the fourth FIFA Women's World Cup so that it moved, chronologically, from east to west across the United States, U.S. Soccer backpedaled Monday. The 16-nation, 32-game world-championship tournament, which runs from Sept. 20 to Oct. 12, will have more West Coast matches than originally planned, including early round competition.