• U.S. investors buy tiny Danish pro club Helsingor with eye on making it a hub for American players
    They view Denmark as an attractive starting point, noting the three players on the U.S. U-23s and U-20s.
  • Time is on Gregg Berhalter's side
    The USA got its first major test under its new coach. And the Chile game was just what he was looking for.
  • USA-Chile: Test against La Roja presents big opportunities as well as big challenges
    Like the USA, Chile is rebuilding but brings a squad that includes five starters from the 2016 Copa Centenario championship team.
  • U.S. keeper Ethan Horvath's European career gets boost from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
    Horvath, 23, credits Solskjaer's coaching at Molde for working on his play with his feet.
  • USA-Ecuador: At least it's a start, a good start
    Given what the national team program has been through the last four years, it will take small victories like Thursday's 1-0 win.
  • Comfort Zone (II)
    Could it be that most U.S. soccer players are in a comfort zone and hence do not reach their maximal performance level?
  • Weston McKennie gets to play to his strengths for U.S.
    The 20-year-old Texan has played "any and everywhere" for struggling Schalke 04, but Gregg Berhalter wants him in the U.S. attack.
  • Gregg Berhalter gives young Tyler Adams big compliment: 'He is very easy to talk to'
    Even before the short camp ahead of Thursday's USA-Ecuador match, they discussed Adams' new role and tactics at length via Skype.
  • Lax defending -- we're being very generous -- contributes to MLS's record goal production
    MLS set a record in Week 3 with 47 goals scored in 12 games. They came in all varieties. Both good and bad.
  • What's wrong with Atlanta United? Even worse than bad is it's boring
    A #DeBoerOut campaign has begun, and the "Frank de Bore" jokes are out. Also: the MLS SuperDraft's growing irrelevance.
  • USWNT players vs. U.S. Soccer: Breaking down the gender discrimination suit
    The parties are back in court, though this time it's the entire team -- 28 players -- suing the federation in U.S. district court,
  • Ajax is back, Real Madrid is humiliated on momentous evening
    Credit for Ajax's rebirth goes to its famed youth system, but that's only part of the story.
  • Efra's significance, U.S. cases for Morris and Arriola and addressing an atmosphere of intimidation
    Some thoughts on Week 1 in Major League Soccer ...
  • Comfort Zone 1
    The U.S. men's national team needs to be taken out of its comfort zone if it wants to improve its Hexagonal road road.
  • MLS 2019: What's new in Year 24
    There's a lot of new things around Major League Soccer, expanded to a record 24 teams with the addition of FC Cincinnati.