• The barriers Latino players face, explained by California high school coach Rene Siles
    North of Oakland in the San Francisco Bay Area, Richmond is perhaps best known for its Chevron Oil Refinery. Rene Siles has coached the Richmond HS Oilers since 2000
  • Dan Karosen on FC Motown, from co-ed team to NPSL championship contender, and building a sustainable club
    As FC somethings go in American soccer, FC Motown is a pretty good name. No, it's got nothing to do with Detroit.
  • Lynn Berling-Manuel: Declining numbers of young players is a trend that must be reversed
    In the wake of reports of declining participation in American youth soccer, we checked with Lynn Berling-Manuel, Chief Executive Officer of United Soccer Coaches.
  • U.S. Club Soccer's Kevin Payne: 'There's way too much pressure being put on kids at too young an age'
    Is American youth soccer suffering from a decline in popularity, as reported by The New York Times? We spoke to Kevin Payne.
  • AYSO's Mike Hoyer: Youth soccer needs options between entry level and full travel/club commitment
    Mike Hoyer, AYSO's National Executive Director, talks about youth soccer participation trends.
  • Cobi Jones: 'France shows you that inclusiveness really helps'
    Who holds the record for most U.S. national team appearances? Cobi Jones, who donned the U.S. jersey 164 times, from 1992 to 2004.
  • Phil Murphy, Governor of New Jersey, on his love for soccer and the richness of its diversity
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is also the majority owner of New Jersey's NWSL club Sky Blue FC.
  • Joe Machnik on watching every World Cup game and assessing the performances of referees such as Mark Geiger
    The additiona of video review for the World Cup has added to the responsibilities of Fox rules analyst Joe Machnik, who watches every game and has to be ready to comment on the officiating at any time.