• Toronto FC rides into Real Salt Lake sleek and shiny
    The Toronto FC Watch moves to Utah, where nearly two years ago two very different teams met in a league match.
  • Consistency is the creed in 'Porterland'
    Fans may be concerned that the Timbers have yet to win in three games so far this season, but the man in charge is keeping a steady hand.
  • Well, now what for MLS in the Concacaf Champions League?
    Another round of MLS-Liga MX matchups in the Concacaf Champions League has ended in disappointment for the North American league.
  • Just how special is Julian Green?
    I suppose one has to recall Giuseppe Rossi to comprehend the excitement surrounding the decision of Julian Green, currently a fourth division player, to commit to the USA.
  • Fans are waiting for Galaxy moves to bear fruit
    A year after the stunning departure of former AEG president Tim Leiweke, the Galaxy has implemented changes on and off the field.
  • Will Bruin starts off MLS season in style
    Houston Dynamo striker Will Bruin showed Saturday in a 4-0 rout of the Revs that whatever critics thought of his play last season he's more than ready for 2014.
  • Soccer replaces baseball in the birthplace of the Cactus League
    As the last of the MLS clubs headed home from Tucson on Sunday, they could see in their rear-view windows on the north side of Kino Sports Complex the giant backstops, the only evidence that baseball was once king in Tucson.
  • Alan Rothenberg: '1994 gave U.S. soccer stamp of approval'
    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the USA hosting the 1994 World Cup. We caught up with Alan Rothenberg, the head of the USA 1994 Organizing Committee who served as U.S. Soccer President in 1990-1998.
  • U.S. Player Ratings: None look ready for prime time
    If you didn't know which was the World Cup-bound team, you certainly wouldn't have guessed the guys in the shiny new white polo shirts. Lacking spirit, cohesion and a competent backline, the Americans fell, 2-0, to Ukraine in Cyprus on Wednesday.