Soccer Games


Center for New Community: “The Beautiful Game is for EVERYBODY”

Last night, the Center for New Community joined Chicago’s Soccer Heritage Night at the Odeum Convention Sports & Expo Center, home of the Chicago’s newest professional sports team, the Chicago Riot of the Major Indoor Soccer League. The Center for … Continued


FIFA President Causes International Soccer Controversy

Can you imagine a sports world in which the number of foreigners on a team is limited? Sports like American football would still get on fine because nearly all of its professional players are US citizens but leagues like the … Continued

2016: Chicago’s Olympic Dream, Do They Deserve It?

In June of 2008, the International Olympic Committee (ICO) announced that Chicago was one of its 4 finalists to host the 2016 games. The US has not hosted an Olympics since 1996 in Atlanta and many are hoping for a … Continued

Lewis Hamilton: Victory in the Face of Racism

In June 2007, Lewis Hamilton made history by becoming the first black driver to win a Formula 1 race. A little more than a year later Hamilton drove his way into the history books again in dramatic style. Hamilton’s last … Continued