• Adrian Solca on steering Texas power Solar SC through the youth game's major changes
    Solar SC, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex club launched in 1976, pulled off an extraordinary 2018-19 season.
  • A handsome and charming book: 'The Game' vividly celebrates British soccer's glorious tradition
    With a hearty nod to the rural game, the cultures surrounding the game, and, most vital, the fan experience as a supporter of one's local club.
  • MLS commissioner Don Garber on play returning to home markets and with fans in the stands -- and why return at all?
    Major League Soccer's decision to resume play in home markets on Wednesday is not without its critics.
  • Tom Sermanni deserves some of the credit in developing back-to-back World Cup champions
    Of the 23 players on the 2019 World Cup roster, seven debuted during Tom Sermanni's 15 months in charge.
  • Lawyer Lance Reich on the progress of U.S. youth clubs' quest for Training Compensation and Solidarity payments
    Attorney Lance Reich has spearheaded the quest of American youth clubs to benefit from FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players.
  • Fred Lipka on MLS's youth mission: 'We won't run the league from an Ivory Tower'
    Fred Lipka has been guiding the launch of the MLS-run youth league that now has 78 amateur and five USL clubs on board, in addition to 30 MLS academies.
  • Ian Harkes on success in his ancestral home, Scottish Premiership promotion, and support from his soccer family
    The 2020-21 Scottish Premiership season opened over the weekend and it marked what Ian Harkes hopes will be a pivotal season in his career.
  • Julio Serrano leads Latino coaches group unified in response to COVID that has hit its members especially hard
    Though nearly every member of United Soccer Coaches was affected in some way by the virus, Latino coaches were hit especially hard.
  • Bruce Murray's Italia '90: the highs, the lows and the bizarre
    Bruce Murray's 21 goals came against 18 different nations in his 85 appearances for the USA in 1985-93. They included one of the USA's two goals at Italia' 90.
  • Californian Kyra Carusa's unique career path: Stanford champ, Georgetown star, Ireland debut and promotion in Denmark
    After a national title with Stanford and a final four with Georgetown while in graduate school - the San Diego product ventured to Europe.
  • Coaches instigate brutal foul play, and get away with it too
    It's just over four years since I turned off the television half an hour into the final of the 2016 European Championship between Portugal and France in the Stade de Denis in Paris.
  • U.S. Soccer Foundation's work more important than ever as pandemic widens disparities between kids with access to soccer
    As the nation begins to reopen - tentatively, and not at all uniformly -- Foundation officials are imagining how "Soccer for Success" will evolve.
  • Youth soccer tournament play resumes with some significant changes -- get in, play a couple of quick games, get out
    EDP, the Northeastern organization that runs U.S. Youth Soccer regional conferences and many other layers of leagues, held some weekend tournaments this month. Sort of.
  • Dr. George Chiampas: Returning to play safely in a pandemic requires a collective effort
    "We may be seeing some confusion and some different messaging in other parts of society, but that's not the case with regards to U.S. Soccer."
  • Gregg Berhalter's thinking on 10 key USMNT topics, plus Pulisic, Reyna, Adams, Steffen, Sargent, Akinola, Mueller and Nagbe
    The U.S. men's national team has had his first chance to attend live games since March. He offered his views to the media from the MLS bubble.
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