• USA building a 'Paralympic' pipeline as competition for disabled players changes
    The national team here is the 7-a-side soccer team, also known as the Paralympic soccer team, which plays CP Football.
  • Ed Foster-Simeon on the U.S. Soccer Foundation's 'mini-pitch' progress: 'Transforming the USA's soccer landscape'
    U.S. Soccer Foundation was created after the 1994 World Cup to distribute profits from the tournament to further the growth of the sport in this country.
  • Soccer Books of the Year, 2019, Part 5: a dream betrayed
    The first 10 years of Andy Woodward's life were just as they should have been for a young lad.
  • The Time it Takes: Beau Dure's 'Reality Check' delivers a provocative and balanced primer to soccer's story in the USA
    The intelligent effort and fighting spirit that changed the USA's mind about soccer and led it to the cusp of becoming a major American sport met these goals with impressive speed.
  • Soccer Books of the Year, 2019, Part 4: Pictorial Pleasures
    For soccer fans of a certain age, the past is a place where things were always better, even when they were worse.
  • Soccer Books of the Year, 2019, Part 3: Women Tackling Power
    There's a heart-breaking passage early on in the autobiography of the Nigerian-born British striker Eni Aluko.
  • U.S. Soccer in transition: A thank-you to Glassdoor, and move into the 21st century
    U.S. Soccer House, U.S. Soccer's headquarters since 1991, is actually two houses, both mansions.
  • Coach Paul Ratcliffe on winning at Stanford, Sigi Schmid's influence, and an Argentine connection
    Stanford's 2019 Women's College Cup final victory over North Carolina marked the third national championship for the Cardinal since Paul Ratcliffe became head coach in 2003.
  • Soccer Books of the Year, 2019, Part 2: How to be a Better Referee
    Within their own social circle, referees are nerds. We love to discuss seven different ways to interpret the more obscure clauses of the Laws of the Game.
  • Earnie Stewart on the Chicago policy, coaching vacancies, staying in touch with young players and the Development Academy
    Much of U.S. Soccer's open board meeting related to management issues. Afterwards, attention turned to soccer-specific issues.
  • U.S. Soccer's Carlos Cordeiro on the mounting cost of legal fights, workplace issues and the CEO search
    U.S. Soccer's board meeting on Friday drew an unprecedented audience at a former mob ballroom at Chicago's famous Blackstone Hotel.
  • Anson Dorrance on U.S. Soccer's good moves, its bad moves, and college success
    Anson Dorrance coached the USA in 1986-94 as it become a world power in the women's game
  • Soccer Books of the Year, 2019, Part 1: Goldblatt vs Wilson
    On the latest books by Britain's most prolific and widely read soccer authors, David Goldblatt and Jonathon Wilson