• MLS clubs change tune -- and will seek FIFA-mandated player development payments
    Clubs will begin to assert claims for Training Compensation and seek Solidarity Payments.
  • Immigrants, Latinos and our soccer landscape (1)
    One of the most challenging issues is whether the U.S system is leaving immigrant and Latino players, coaches and referees out.
  • Ajax knows how to push boundaries
    After Real Madrid, the Dutch club rallied to beat Juventus on the road and advanced to the UEFA Champions League.
  • Unbeaten Sounders are winning with creativity and pace -- and now depth provided by Will Bruin
    Known for its slow starts, Seattle has rewritten the script in 2019, getting off to its best start in 11 MLS seasons.
  • NWSL continues to experience growing pains, but growth nonetheless
    While the league is still stuck at nine teams, it's in better shape heading into its second Women's World Cup year than its first.
  • SA's Women's World Cup Power Rankings: Germany, France and USA rank 1-2-3
    Three FIFA windows have given the 24 finalists plenty of chances to see how they shape up.
  • Sounders' Garth Lagerwey on what makes 15-year-old Danny Leyva a special talent
    Two years after he left Las Vegas to enter its home-stay program, Seattle signed him to a Homegrown Player contract.
  • Purists vs. Pragmatists
    A look at soccer's new rule changes shows that "What football expects" is driving them.
  • Reaction in response to racist chants leveled at Juventus star Moise Kean condemned as 'inexcusable'
    Not only did one of his teammates seem to blame the teen for provoking Cagliari fans but so too did his coach.
  • America's Premier League experience moves out from dark bars and into the light of morning
    For EPL games on Saturday and Sunday, 12,000 fans showed up at a fan fest next to Fenway Park.