• VAR, a squiggly line and the search for the impossible
    The video assistant referee system has hit England, and controversy has followed.
  • Soccer's numbers game -- big registration numbers don't always yield great national teams
    The opposite is also true. Japan (women) and Iceland (men) have had success despite drawing from small player pools.
  • Player strike sheds light on reality of French women's pro soccer
    On the surface, France seems like a bastion of women's soccer. But it's often a struggle for players like those at Guingamp.
  • Carlos Cordeiro inherits full plate as new U.S. Soccer president
    The new U.S. Soccer president gets right down to work this week with a meeting of the 2026 World Cup bid committee on Tuesday in New York.
  • Pro/Rel may be eliminated in Mexico
    The Mexican league is proposing to eliminate promotion-relegation for a four-year period
  • The first 100 days: Advice to the next U.S Soccer president
    What the winner of the election should expect and some of the problems he or she must overcome in the first 100 days.
  • Premier League clubs shatter record for January transfers
    In the Premier League a furious whirl of last-minute deals on Deadline Day ended the most expensive winter window in league history.
  • The legacy of the Boston Breakers
    The news that the Breakers were folding came a week after reporters were told it was "business as usual," but it was no surprise.
  • Italian soccer crisis deepens -- no federation president elected
    If you think American soccer has got problems, take a look at Italian soccer, which was placed in a state of emergency on Monday.
  • MLS 3.0 and the new Paraguayan connection
    Orlando City's signing of Josue Colman follows the move of fellow Paraguayans Miguel Almiron, Cristian Colman and Jesus Medina to MLS.
  • Christian Pulisic and expectations
    On Sunday, Pulisic starts his third Bundesliga campaign when Borussia Dortmund hosts Wolfsburg to open the second half of the season.
  • 'Things' in a suburban garage
    Some advice to parents so that the money they spend on their kids' soccer "adventure" will not end up like "things" in their garage.
  • American connection: Four reasons to follow Mexico's Liga MX
    Play resumes this weekend with Torneo Clausura's Week 1. Every game will feature at least one American on one or both of the teams.
  • Soccer in the inner cities, the missing link between recreational and competitive soccer
    U.S. Soccer should take the responsibility of the organization pillar of the inner city soccer development.
  • Battle for holiday soccer viewers intensifies
    Boxing Day is one of soccer's greatest traditions with fans packing stadiums across England on Dec. 26.
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