The son of African soccer icon George Weah just starred for the United States at the U17 World Cup.
It took a miraculous confluence of events for the U.S. Men's National Team to fail to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. But it was not a fluke.
On a joyless night of soccer, a guy who didn't even play is our light in the darkness.
It's not the best idea to give the Gold Cup—an inanimate object for which men compete—a female identity.
To trace the career of Tony DiCicco, who coached the U.S. women in their 1999 World Cup win, is to follow the transformation of the sport he devoted his life to.
Last night's matches at the senior and U-20 level proved to be a decent sounding board for the future of the sport in our country.
Pugh won't solve all the Spirit's on-field issues, but signing the 19-year-old was an important win for a Washington franchise in need of good news.
Aside from the physical and mental challenges that come with getting back to elite form following childbirth, only the few NWSL players who are also on the U.S. national team get benefits like paid leave and childcare.
Bruce Arena thinks 2026 will be when we "start talking about winning a World Cup." U.S. Soccer has been talking about winning a World Cup since 1998.
Nice of the United States to invite Canada and Mexico, I guess.
The 2017 SheBelieves Cup, and the USWNT's last-place finish there, served as a wakeup call for anyone who still thinks of America as the lone superpower in the world of women's soccer.