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club expansion: influx of the foxes

Yeah, those Foxes. The ones from Leicester city who sit third in the Premier League. What about them? Well, they’ve ventured into American semi-pro women’s soccer. One of them has, anyway. Christian Fuchs, the Austrian defender from the title-winning Leicester team of lore in 2016, has switched his focus to developing youth academies in America. […]

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club feature: cook street united fc

Just as a new president enters the US, smallworld is leaving it (on a virtual basis, anyway). Cook Street United is probably as close as you can get to the American border, but they’re technically our neighbors to the north, representing Canada’s Vancouver Island. That hasn’t stopped them from connecting closely with many American clubs […]

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club feature: space united fc

So if you’re like us, you were a bit confused to see the weird space nerd team actually racking up some serious success in the Battle of the Kits from Lower League eCup. You may have even been hoping they’d lose out to some of the better-known clubs in our community, especially by the time […]

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Power Rankings, Liga Promerica: Week 0

The Power Rankings continue at SmallWorld, but we’re headed to Costa Rica with this one! Costa Rica isn’t just home to Pura Vida; the Liga Promerica has some of the best club soccer on offer in the CONCACAF region. Since SmallWorld’s homebase for the majority of the spring will be in Costa Rica, I’ll be […]

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SmallWorld Future – Where We’re Headed

Most of SmallWorld Soccer’s posts are about others. This blog’s heart is in serving clubs, leagues, and organizations around the lower-league soccer community. In contrast, this particular post will focus on SmallWorld itself and where it’s headed in the near future. Because, you know, narcissism is the new cool thing that the youths are into. […]

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SmallWorld Stats: A Look at Liga FPD

Hello and welcome to a brand-new series in SmallWorld Soccer, SmallWorld Stats. Effectively, this is just a series for nerdy and statistical posts. Hopefully, they give good insight on what the soccer situation in America looks like, and what it could/should look like in the future. Take with these stats what you will; I’m not […]