• John Guppy on the evolution of U.S. soccer culture, its unique fan dynamic, and the Gen Z influence
    John Guppy has been involved in marketing soccer in the USA since the early 1990s.
  • Yael Averbuch on forming the NWSL Players Association, learning to love a new position and dealing with a rough offseason
    In her 10th pro season, former Tar Heel Yael Averbuch serves as president of the NWSL Players Association.
  • Juan Carlos Osorio on working in Colombia, Mexico and the USA, his goals for the future and how the Chicago Bulls changed him
    Of the 32 World Cup 2018 head coaches, one launched his coaching career in the USA -- Mexico boss Juan Carlos Osorio.
  • Christopher Cuellar explains the rise of Mexican women's soccer
    Christopher Cuellar's latest success came in January when Mexico beat the USA to win its first Concacaf women's U-20 title.
  • Todd Dunivant on building successful organizations, winning an NASL title and moving to Sac Republic
    The Deltas' victory marked the seventh time in 14 years a pro team employing Dunivant had reached the final.
  • Jim Trecker on American soccer's remarkable rise in popularity
    Jim Trecker, recipient of the National Soccer Hall of Fame's 2017 Colin Jose Media Award, headed media relations for the 1994 World Cup.
  • Francisco Marcos: 'The impatient train left a long time ago'
    Few people can offer a better appraisal of how far soccer has come than the former USL president.
  • German vs. U.S. soccer comparisons from Ian Plenderleith, an author, ref, coach and fan
    Ian Plenderleith -- author, journalist, referee, soccer dad, youth coach and fan -- moved to Germany three years ago after 16 years in Washington, D.C.