• U.S. Soccer needs to step up and bid to host 2023 Women's World Cup
    FIFA has the opportunity to make the Women's World Cup a commercial success -- and unleash a new flow of money into women's soccer.
  • The Rush for America could be over
    The reason why European clubs come to the U.S. in summer is as obvious as it is audacious.
  • U.S. Soccer: Women make more than men, except for FIFA bonuses -- and don't forget about NWSL salaries and USWNT benefits
    "Equal pay" is the slogan that has been shouted from France to the West Coast during and after the Women's World Cup.
  • CPL commissioner David Clanachan on the aspirations of Canada's new league
    The Canadian Premier League is in its inaugural season and is eying future growth to help fuel the sport in that country
  • The absurdity of summer league playoffs -- and a proposal to replace them
    Every summer, college players in search of more games flock to teams in four leagues -- USL League Two and the NPSL for men, the WPSL and United Women's Soccer for women.
  • Tiffeny Milbrett on creating scorers, stoking individuality, and the '1v1 surprise'
    Tiffeny Milbrett is starting a new job as director of coach and player development at Tampa Bay United Rowdies
  • Is it time to replace the penalty kick?
    Europe awoke this past Friday morning outraged once more at the latest news from the USA. You know what I'm talking about.
  • Daniel Workman on his new podcast, working on 2018 U.S. Soccer election and pro/rel petition
    Workman was Eric Wynalda's campaign manager in the 2018 USSF presidential election.
  • Bravo, Jill Ellis, the role model coach
    You have to pay close attention to realize just how an extraordinarily wonderful coach Jill Ellis is. And that's how it should be.
  • Anson Dorrance on an extraordinary Women's World Cup, the 'iconic' Megan Rapinoe, and the case for college soccer
    The USA's championship in France marked its fourth Women's World Cup title since the Anson Dorrance-coached U.S. team won the inaugural tournament in 1991.
  • How the quest for back pay in the U.S. women's team lawsuit could play out
    If the U.S. women's team lawsuit was simply seeking some adjustments to the current collective bargaining agreement, signed in 2017, the federation would likely make a deal rather quickly.
  • Five Takeaways from the USA's Gold Cup performance -- Berhalter's first major test
    The 2019 Gold Cup is now in the history books and it was the first major test of Gregg Berhalter's tenure as head coach.
  • SA's 10 winners of the Women's World Cup
    On and off the field, the 2019 Women's World Cup, hosted by France, was a ground-breaking event.
  • Tying national team pay to revenue would exacerbate pointless gender war
    The reality: The women's team wouldn't want to trade paychecks with the men's team this year.
  • Rose Lavelle shows off her backyard skills on soccer's biggest stage
    Four years ago, she watched the World Cup final from a Seattle pizza shop. Now, she's one of the USA's stars.
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