On how he'll motivate his Las Vegas players, the U.S. national team's future, and his greatest goals
Germany-bound rising star Alex Mendez set to play key role in U.S. U-20 midfield
New USL owner on how the amazing power of soccer will enchant New Mexico
On style of play, and how U.S. Soccer and MLS can make the USA a World Cup contender
On the USA style of play quest, youth national team success, and young Americans going abroad
On her TV trailblazing, the savvy U.S. women's team, and Coach Jill Ellis' team-building
The USA has an opportunity to astound the world with a new brand of soccer
On the U.S. national teams of the past, the next coach and countries U.S. should (or shouldn't) emulate
On a U.S. style of play, producing No. 10s, and coaching schools in the USA
On style of play: 'The USA has the players to play possession-oriented, offensive soccer'
On a U.S. style of play, what worked in the past, and who should coach the USA
On ECNL vs. DA, the need for No. 10s, and the North Carolina Courage's stellar season
From East Palo Alto to Cal Berkeley captain and college head coach: 'I was one of the lucky ones'
U.S. Soccer DA director on new substitution rules, managing costs, and a revamped schedule
Nico Romeijn and Ryan Mooney
On U.S. Soccer coaching education: the Federation's intentions and its capabilities and capacity
On the secret informants who made the USA's case in soccer's biggest scandal, the soccer guys who worked it, and the Christopher Steele twist
On the NWSL's big win, the upcoming U-20 World Cup, and the evolution of women's soccer around the world
On why he's optimistic about the unique American soccer system
The barriers Latino players face, explained by California high school coach
On FC Motown, from co-ed team to NPSL championship contender, and building a sustainable club
Youth soccer needs options between entry level and full travel/club commitment
'There's way too much pressure being put on kids at too young an age'
Declining numbers of young players is a trend that must be reversed
'France shows you that inclusiveness really helps'
Governor of New Jersey, on his love for soccer and the richness of its diversity
On watching every World Cup game and assessing the performances of referees such as Mark Geiger
On 2018 World Cup tactics, quality of play, VAR, and what young players should pay attention to
On the Sounders promoting American teen talent and the USL bridge from academy ball to MLS
On the haunting own goal, Liga MX vs. MLS, and who he'll be watching at the World Cup
On 'American Fiasco,' becoming enchanted with USA soccer, and the roller-coaster 1990s
On his run as the caretaker of the U.S. men's national team
On the transition from player to broadcaster, MLS, Liga MX and El Tri
On better days ahead for Revs and U.S. national team
On the USA's great potential, MLS creating soccer culture, and coaching youngsters
On starting up another soccer team in Madison, independent landscape and his days in Chicago and Indianapolis
On how Mexico landed Efrain Alvarez, how the Galaxy academy has evolved, and how he's learned from Bob Bradley
Mike Munoz (Photo by Stephanie Romero courtesy of the LA Galaxy)
On life in American pro soccer in the 1970s, the charm of Pele, and the NASL's legacy
On U.S. Soccer's future and the Sporting Kansas City's formula
On the Development Academy's flaws, the alienating turf wars, and what U.S. Soccer should do
On the craft of the play-by-play announcer, how he got into soccer and the three greatest games he's called
His new job in Portland, attending the 1990 and 1994 World Cups, and what can be done about USMNT
What makes soccer special, his new book, and social media's pros and cons
The American CEO of an African club on Ghana's unique love for soccer and his hope for Hearts
On moving forward from his foot injury, the Galaxy finding its way and welcoming Zlatan
World Coach of the Year on the rise of Dutch women's soccer and the benefits of kids playing coed
Leaving the Development Academy: FC Stars director explains why
'The future of soccer in this country is in cities like Chattanooga'
Dr. George Chiampas
On U.S. Soccer taking the lead in player safety
On the new U.S. Soccer, inspiration from Billie Jean King, and getting girls to raise their hands
On emergence of MLS in the Twin Cities, the NWSL and WNBA, and his indoor days in Pittsburgh
On the evolution of U.S. soccer culture, its unique fan dynamic, and the Gen Z influence
On forming the NWSL Players Association, learning to love a new position and dealing with a rough offseason
Juan Carlos Osorio
On working in Colombia, Mexico and the USA, his goals for the future and how the Chicago Bulls changed him
Explains the rise of Mexican women's soccer
On building successful organizations, winning an NASL title and moving to Sac Republic
On American soccer's remarkable rise in popularity
'The impatient train left a long time ago'
German vs. U.S. soccer comparisons from Ian Plenderleith, an author, ref, coach and fan
On the success and challenges of women's pro soccer
It's a wonderful time to lean on one another to help grow the game in a positive and unified way
His vision for Philadelphia Union, what he expects from David Accam, and MLS then and now
Dennis te Kloese
On Jonathan Gonzalez, Mexico's emphasis on technique, and the U.S. style question
On scouting abroad for the Sounders, how his job has changed and why he loves it
On soccer politics, marrying the ECNL and DA, and the women's pro game
On his faith in new president Carlos Cordeiro, why the other candidates fell short, and Sunil Gulati's legacy
On Carlos Cordeiro, Sunil Gulati, USWNT and NWSL going forward
Hall of Famer Dr. Joe Machnik: On New York soccer in the 1960s, his move into refereeing and break into TV
'U.S. Soccer has to have a greater presence in the Hispanic community'
'If you don't so self-assessments, you're never going to move forward'
To go pro or play college ball: How U.S. teen goalkeeper Brady Scott opted for the German route
On building a winning tradition in Toronto, what he learned about player development at RSL and the way forward for U.S. Soccer
College coaching trailblazer Nancy Feldman on women in soccer, Generation Z, and ECNL vs. DA
Schalke's Bodo Menze on U.S. teens in Germany and the Bundesliga's faith in young coaches and players
LAFC general manager on getting ready for Year 1, working with Bob Bradley and learning from Alex Ferguson
MLS's longest-serving coach, on MLS then and now and his specialty, American goalkeepers
'Our Federation lost Jonathan Gonzalez either by its own arrogance, apathy or incompetence'
On January camp, Jonathan Gonzalez, Couva and youth development
U.S. Club Soccer's Phil Wright on the big election, empowering clubs, and the quest for A+ players
United Soccer Coaches CEO: 'We need to start thinking about youth soccer in a different way'
Californian Jonathan Gonzalez reflects on his remarkable rise to teen star in Mexico
UCLA's Amanda Cromwell on women in soccer, the new youth landscape, and role models Tony DiCicco and Lauren Gregg
Terry Fisher on why pro/rel in an integrated league structure is essential at the youth level
Jan Osborne on Werner Fricker and Sunil Gulati, national teams in 1980s and '90s and barnstorming Project-40 team
On 'secret' to Costa Rican success, why kids should play multiple sports, and USA's qualifying failure
Brazil star Sissi on coaching American girls, appearing in Chelsea Clinton's new book, and what's impressive about U.S. youth soccer
U.S. Soccer Foundation CEO Ed Foster-Simeon on building mini-pitches and what they can do for kids at risk and under-served communities
FOX Sports' Rob Stone on the Russia World Cup, working MLS in the 1990s, his fear of saying no, and drinking a hot dog smoothie
North Carolina FC's Curt Johnson on building a sustainable youth-to-pro club, U.S. Soccer's opportunity and slowing the youth train down
Standup comedian and ex-soccer pro Kevin Flynn: 'The funniest guys I have ever hung out with were soccer players'
Michelle Akers, American soccer's first superstar, rates the progress of the U.S. game, women's and men's
Bill Nuttall: 'Barriers to entry are always going to be a question'
Tom Byer: Look to parents, not coaches, to create skillful players
Cruyff disciple Todd Beane on street soccer, coaching education and the current Dutch crisis
Howard Webb on the VAR project, what's working and the comfort of the words 'Check complete'
Alexi Lalas: The American soccer community is knowledgeable, discerning, passionate and committed
Schellas Hyndman: American soccer needs playmakers
Tom Mulroy: 'There's so many people on the wrong page'
Pay-to-Play: The complexity of high-cost youth soccer explained by former Bay Area club president Eric Sippel
Cliff McCrath, Seattle's 'Mr. Soccer,' on the Sounders, USA's World Cup exit and the next steps
Richard Groff: 'We need to keep doing what we do well'
Sasho Cirovski: We need to define an 'American Way' and end the divisiveness
Carlos Cordeiro: 'I have harbored ambitions for a long time'
Nick Lusson, California coach brings sheriff's program to under-served, addresses solutions for pay-to-play and soccer's arms race
Bob Gansler's historical perspective provides reasons for optimism
Kevin Payne on the current freak-out, player development, pay to play and soccer parents
Hugo Perez: It's time for the USA to embrace creative, entertaining, total soccer
Is compensation from pros to U.S. youth clubs on the horizon? Attorney Lance Reich provides an update on the quest
Texan teen Weston McKennie, now a Bundesliga starter, on keys to his quick rise and his off-field interests
A+E's Evan Silverman on NWSL and Lifetime, selling women's pro soccer and challenge of raising awareness
Marcelo Balboa on Hex crunch time, U.S. complacency, implications of missing out
Brian Glanville: A conversation at his London home about soccer and books
A coach's life: Phil Savitz, NSCAA High School Coach of the Year, South Carolina legend, big Bruce Arena fan
Fernando Clavijo on friendship with Brian Schmetzer that goes back to indoor days
A coach's life: Daouda Kante of Kansas Rush and how 'respecting kids goes a long way'
Jim Curtin, MLS's youngest head coach, on breaking in, coaching players today and Bob Bradley's influence
Anson Dorrance on Mallory Pugh, foreign talent in college, how far it's come, and what can be improved (Part 1)
Anson Dorrance: It should be 'moral imperative to grow the game' so an NWSL player isn't making $16,000 (Part 2)
Tennessee SC's Ronnie Woodard: 'Start teaching and stop yelling'
Paul Mariner: On MLS and the Revs, then and now, the Eastern Conference race and VAR
From NASL 1971 to Concacaf 2017, Ted Howard reflects on career at forefront of soccer's rise
A coach's life: Benjamin Ziemer combines backyard brotherhood experience with worldwide lessons
Dave van den Bergh
Combining Dutch, Spanish and American style, Dave van den Bergh leads U.S. U-15 boys
England youth on the rise: The FA's Matt Crocker on how it happened and hopes for the future
Eric Wynalda on coaching, his new challenge, Bruce vs. Jurgen, and Pulisic
PDL director Todd Eason: Providing young players a bridge to pro ball
A coach's life: MLS veteran Eric Quill returns to his Texas youth club and wins another national title
Galaxy coach Brian Kleiban has the American Messi's back
Tab Ramos: We want these U-20s to play first-team pro ball
Tab Ramos is bullish on USA after U-20 World Cup performance and DA progress
Tab Ramos on new rules, U.S. progress, MLS and youth clubs
Venerable Queens club BW Gottschee going strong thanks to Ben Boehm
Girls DA Director Miriam Hickey: Federation is best suited to support clubs and coaches
U.S. Soccer's top coach educator Nico Romeijn: On teaching the coaches
Troy Dayak leads thriving West Coast SC after 16 years of pro ball