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A weekly radio show devoted to coverage of The Beautiful Game domestically and internationally, with a focus on Major League Soccer, England’s Premier League and the U.S. Men’s National Team. Hosted by Steve Davis and Tyler Kern.
327 Episodes
This episode of Soccer Today takes a look at the biggest stories of the previous decade from world soccer. Messi vs Ronaldo, Leicester City winning the EPL, World Cup routs and so much more. Steve and Tyler also wrap up a busy holiday season for the Premier League. It's all ahead in episode 442 of Soccer Today.
On this episode of Soccer Today, Steve Davis and Tyler Kern break down the biggest stories of the decade for U.S. Soccer. Everything from the USMNT missing the World Cup, to the USWNT winning two of them. Then they give some holiday gifts to teams in the MLS Western Conference to help with their upcoming season. The episode wraps up with a look at the Champions League draw and some of the tasty matchups we have to look forward to. 
On this episode of Soccer Today, Steve Davis brings an intriguing USMNT hypothetical to the table. We promise it will make you think. And the guys give gifts to MLS teams in the Eastern Conference (Western Conference coming next week). 
On this episode of ESPN Soccer Today, Steve and Tyler reveal their teams of the decade for the USMNT and MLS. Do you agree with their selections? Who did they leave out? 
This week we review the nominees for U.S. Soccer Player of the year; it’s a tough call for both the men and the women’s award – but for completely different reasons. We also stretch our imaginations by playing MLS General Manager for a fictional expansion team. And we get into FC Dallas' off-season moves so far. It’s all on Episode 438 of Soccer Today; the show is presented by Toyota.
How do we look back on the first year of Gregg Berhalter's tenure? We discuss that and debate which players raised their stock and who struggled in 2019. We also do a deep dive into Jose Mourinho's return to the bench with Tottenham. It's all ahead on this week's episode of Soccer Today!
We talk about the men's national team and its upcoming date with Canada – and how important it is for Gregg Berhalter. We also have a conversation about women’s soccer and whether 2019 will be seen as a breakthrough year in the global game. And we bounce around the Premier League a bit. It’s all on Episode 436 of Soccer Today; the show is presented by Toyota.
On episode 435 we take an early look at the 24th MLS Cup final; it's a week away now. We also catch up on other Major League Soccer news, and we start gazing ahead on the soccer calendar. Soccer Today is presented by Toyota.
On this week's episode of Soccer Today: We discuss the crazy happenings at the latest edition of El Trafico and debate whether it was the biggest MLS game of all time. We also hop around to the rest of the MLS playoff games and talk about how we reached our final four teams in this year's playoffs.Christian Pulisic broke out on Saturday and scored a hat trick for Chelsea as part of a 4-2 win over Burnley. Were USMNT fans panicking unnecessarily? And what will this mean for the young American moving forward? 
On Episode No. 433 we talk about a U.S. men's national team that just can't get the engine started on the big rebuild. We also get into MLS playoffs and how the local team bowed out – in a loud and perhaps even encouraging way. The Soccer Today radio show and podcast are presented by Toyota.
This week we look at Major League Soccer’s new playoff format and wonder if more problems were created than solved? We also chat about the latest U.S. men’s national team roster as one of us explains what the CONCACAF Nations League is all about. And finally, we review Steve Davis’ media vote for MLS awards. It’s all on Episode 432 of Soccer Today; the show is presented by Toyota.
On Episode 431 of Soccer Today we dive a little deeper into Sergino Dest and the recruiting of American internationals. We also look at a big decision in Chicago and wonder if folks are getting this one very wrong. And we kick the tires on a few other MLS topics, as well. The show is presented by Toyota.
We look at reports of David Silva joining Inter Miami and wonder what it could mean for Major League Soccer. We also talk about Jesse Marsch and a real breakthrough moment for U.S. managers. That and more on Episode 430 of Soccer Today. The show is presented by Toyota.
This week we tell you why the US men's national team is in a very bad place … and it's probably NOT why you think.  We also wonder aloud about these Leo Messi rumors and ask if that can be a true game-changer for MLS.  And we run the bases on MLS and FC Dallas. It's all on Episode 429 of Soccer Today; the show is presented by Toyota
This week we go in hard on the U.S. national team. examining the clunker vs. Mexico. What does it mean for the US style of play, for manager Gregg Berhalter's designs and what does it mean for a few players in the national team pool? We also look at Major League Soccer’s ongoing, maddening policy of playing matches during the international break. It’s all on episode Episode 428 of Soccer Today. The show is presented by Toyota.
On this week's episode of ESPN Soccer today, Steve & Tyler do a deep dive into the latest USMNT roster for their upcoming friendlies against Mexico & Uruguay. We also explore potential fixes for the U.S. Open Cup after Atlanta United's victory of Minnesota last week. We also explore the question of whether or not Damarcus Beasley deserves a testimonial match from U.S. Soccer. 
On episode 426 we put LAFC up on the examination table and ask whether Bob Bradley's team is the best ever in Major League Soccer. We spin the European wheel to see what catches our interest there and we spend a little time looking at the home team, FC Dallas. The show is presented by Toyota.
On Episode 425 of Soccer Today we check in on U.S. national teamers playing abroad, examining how their seasons are rolling out. We also look at the big stories bouncing around MLS. Finally, Tyler and I chat about a few things that annoy us in the game. Yes, sometimes the things we love most can still drive us nutso. 
It's the opening weekend of the Premier League! We break down the big storylines and layout what our expectations are for the next 37 weeks. We also wrap up our Yanks Abroad previews by taking a look at the upcoming season for Weston McKennie, Josh Sargent and Matt Miazga. Finally, news broke at the end of last week that Wayne Rooney is leaving DC United at the end of the season to return to England as a player-manager with Derby County. How do we evaluate his time in MLS?
Following the All-Star break we break down the big MLS stories we are watching down the season’s home stretch. We also continue previewing the Yanks abroad and their campaigns to come; Tyler Adams, John Brooks and Zack Steffen up this week.  And we talk about some big news women's soccer. That’s on episode 423 of Soccer Today presented by Toyota.
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