North America's longest running soccer show
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Soccer Talk since 1994!
Every Monday at 6:30 pm EDT, hosts Joe "Red Card" Sirianni, Andrew Battisti, "Mr. Zero" Dick Howard and Michael Lewis of Front Row Soccer discuss the world of soccer, from the Rochester Lancers and Rhinos to MLS to the world's game and welcome both local and national guests to the show. Click below to hear the live streaming or tune in to our flagship station in Rochester, NY - WYSL 1040 AM/92.1 and 95.5 FM West!
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Our special guests were the owner of the Rochester Lancers "Soccer Sam" Fantauzzo and veteran Lancer Jeremy Ortiz. Both spoke about the Lancers splitting the weekend matches at Muskegon and Detroit and the upcoming matches on February 1st and 2nd against Chicago and Cincinnati. Ortiz also talked about what he has been doing since his time with the previous MASL Lancers and how he brought 2 of the new Lancers players in from Philadelphia.
Dick Howard talked about the latest matches in the EPL, the current transfer market rumors, the Asian Cup and the restart of Serie A and the Bundesliga.
Michael Lewis gave his report on attending the United Soccer Coaches Convention in Chicago where Michelle Akers and April Heinrichs were honored, the extension of Paul RIley's coaching contract with the NC Courage and Saturday's friendly with the US Women facing host France.
Give the gift of soccer!
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization that works with the poor and oppressed around the world to promote human transformation, seek justice, and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
For soccer fans, World Vision has partnered with Baden Sports to provide soccer balls for these children in need that love the world's game. Your donation will enable these boys and girls to play soccer with actual soccer balls instead of rolled up garbage bags or banana leaves.
Help rebuild the Dome!
On New Year’s Day, the dome at Glacier Ridge Sports Park that was used by thousands of Rochester youth soccer players was destroyed by heavy winds. All of us at Soccer is a Kick in the Grass support Doug Miller and his family in this difficult time.
If you would like to make a contribution to rebuild the Glacier Ridge dome, please click below to go to the Go Fund Me page collecting money for this effort.
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