America MG

16' Norberto | 19' Luan | 32' Ruy | 75' Messias



58' N. Careca | 90' Henan

Santa Cruz

44' J. Paulo



71' Thaciano


17' P. R. de Souza



58' Alemao



Barra Mansa


29' R. Prieto | 73' R. Leichtweis


Cerro Porteno

45' G. Velazquez

Sport Victoria


Defensor La Bocana

Sport Loreto


Santa Rosa PNP

Carlos Manucci



Club Sando


North East Stars

Nyva Ternopil'


Arsenal Bila Tserkva



Nyva Vinnytsya

Podillya Khmelnytskyi



Ahrobiznes Volochysk





Skala Stryi

Cherkaskyi Dnipro II



Orlando City


Atlanta United

86' H. Villalba

New York Cosmos



Barcelona Atletico



S. Wanderers

22' F. Pina | 83' B. Cerezo | 90' E. Gutierrez



New York Red Bulls 2

27' V. Bezecourt


Toronto FC 2

Premier League to have more talks on safe standing

Premier League clubs have agreed to further talks about the possibility of introducing safe standing at grounds across the country.

By law, stadiums in the top division and the Championship have to be all-seater since terraces were banned following the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.

Talks between clubs began this week and it’s believed that safety will be made the number one importance. According to BBC Sport, West Ham co-chairman David Gold said that these meetings represent the “first steps towards safe standing”.

It’s also believed that clubs have different opinions on the issue and Everton confirmed they are “not considering” safe standing.

96 Liverpool fans lost their lives during an FA Cup semi-final match at Sheffield Wednesday’s ground in 1989, and Hillsborough Support Group secretary Sue Roberts believes it would be a “backwards step” to bring back standing.

She told BBC Sport:

“We have a tendency to forget things in history. I think it’s one step in the wrong direction, that will lead to another and another. I would hate to be still around to say I told you so.”

Safe standing areas with retractable seats have been a feature in football stadiums across Europe for some time and Scottish club Celtic have just added a similar section to their ground.

However, for any English club to introduce these areas, a change to the law is required. Premier League sides must have all-seater stadiums under the law that was passed following Justice Taylor’s Hillsborough report.

Celtic have around 3000 ‘rail seats’ at Celtic Park that have been used for the 2016/17 season. The seats are locked closed during domestic games, but fold down when the side play Champions League games because UEFA rules are different to domestic ones.

If safe standing is introduced in the Premier League and Championship, it’s likely other clubs will follow Celtic’s lead and create an area of the stadium that allows fans to stand and safely watch their team in action.