July 15, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Contributed by Steven Torres

New York Cosmos B captured the NPSL’s (National Premier Soccer League) North Atlantic Conference crown by defeating visiting Brooklyn Italians SC, 5:3, on penalty kicks, after a 1:1 tie in the playoff final on Saturday evening at Columbia University’s Rocco B. Commisso Stadium.

After a scoreless first half, Brooklyn Italians took in the 68th minute with a goal from forward James Thristino.  Cosmos B got the equalizer seven minutes later off a tally by forward Zaire Bartley.

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July 13, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

With a stellar record of 13-1-3 the Courage will be a tired pride as this is their 2nd game in 4 days, giving the NJ side some hope. This is one of 4 games played locally at the same time, for me horrible planning on the parts of at least 3 of the teams and as the Street Soccer USA event is going on at the crossroads of the world, Times Square, I understand Sunday is also bad, but not one afternoon game?

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July 12, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Contributed by Steven Torres

Hosts New York Cosmos B eliminated the defending NPSL (National Premier Soccer League) Champion, Elm City Express of Conn., after a hard-fought 4:2 overtime victory, during North Atlantic Conference Semifinal Playoff on Wednesday evening at Hofstra University Soccer Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y.

Elm City, which captured its 1st NPSL title during its inaugural year in 2017, opened the scoring in the 14th minute with a goal from midfielder Tyler Carlos.

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July 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

 As they love so much to partner with and support soccer people worldwide with their cool, creative stuff in celebration of the beautiful game and delve into the culture of this game, this is a natural fit. Keith Foggan of Golaso, a soccer-centric creative studio is one such person. Hence K&S is backing this week long celebration of football-inspired creativity in London matching the last week of the FIFA World Cup.

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July 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Forward, Carlos Rivas was loaned out on Monday and the 24 year old will remain on loan to his native Colombian team for the duration of the season. Denis Hamlett, Sporting Director of NYRB had this to say, "We believe sending Carlos out on loan is the best option for the player and the club. the most important thing for Carlos and his continued development is to play consistently and we are glad to have found a good situation for him and his family." 

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