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Three premier youth teams are hoping to recoup hundreds of thousands of dollars in training fees, and has big implications on the future structuring of U.S. Soccer.

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United States:

A class action lawsuit has been levied against the MLS Players Union from three youth clubs, in an effort to collect fees for the international transfer of U.S. players (Redmond based Crossfire among them). The lawsuit has huge implications into what the future structure of US Soccer might be moving forward.

The United States National Team will be heading to Havana to face the Cuban National Team on October 7, a fixture that hasn't been played since 1947.

There is a litany of reasons one can attribute to the USMNT's struggles, but one of the more prevalent remains their playing style.

Ali Krieger has seen enough of bullying, and hopes to use her platform as a member of the USWNT to see it ridden from sports and beyod.

The World:

Neymar has extended his contract with FC Barcelona, keeping him with the club through 2021.

LaLiga and LaLiga 2 are now the official names for the top two divisions in Spain.

One AZ Alkmaar player's transfer to Tottenham is being held up by an American executive, citing "Moneyball" as the reason for doing so.

Forty-four Premier League players find themselves with free transfers this summer, with many recognizable names among them.

When polled about the future England manager, Sky Sports readers includes a few familiar names, one of which may surprise you.

Seattle:

As a fellow out-of-state reader, I fervently agree with this fan post about how constant the Sounder at Heart community is.

GeekWire is hosting a pre-match meetup prior to the July 13 match versus FC Dallas, as part of their Sports Tech Summit hosted on that same day.

If you're looking for a summer getaway, you can never go wrong with Leavenworth.