• Glenn Crooks on his broadcasting career, New Jersey soccer culture, the youth landscape, and coaching Carli Lloyd in college
    The host of SiriusXM FC's "The Coaching Academy" and NYCFC radio commentator also coaches youth ball at PDA.
  • FIFA wants your feedback on a biennial World Cup -- let them have it
    A press release from FIFA was headlined "Majority of fans favor more frequent men's FIFA World Cups - global survey."
  • Why USWNT needs to play Paraguay for more reasons than you'd think
    Covid-19 has hindered USWNT scheduling. But some fundamental issues on the women's soccer landscape exacerbate the problem.
  • Amber Steele: The global sports executive rose through American soccer with IU Hoosiers, U.S. Soccer and MLS
    Now manager of global event operations and worldwide sports for the Coca-Cola Company, Steele reflects on key influences on her career.
  • 'The Barcelona Complex,' starring Cruyff and Messi, details the rise and decline of 'the world's greatest club'
    Barcelona's 3-0 home loss to Bayern Munich in last week's UEFA Champions League group game hardly registered as a shock result.
  • Welcome news for U.S. men's Olympic quest: U-20 qualifying will also offer ticket to Paris
    The U.S. U-20 team has qualified for 11 of last 12 World Cups. The U.S. U-23 have qualified for just one out of last five Olympics.
  • U.S. Soccer calls players unions' bluff
    So the message from the U.S. Soccer Federation to the men's national team is simple: Put your money where your amicus brief is.
  • Todd Yeagley on college ball amid a changing landscape -- and IU's family tradition
    Once coached by his father in Bloomington, Todd Yeagley now coaches his sons as the Hoosiers eye a College Cup return.
  • Hugo Perez reflects on El Salvador's Octagonal start
    El Salvador, the only Concacaf squad to play two straight home games to open qualifying, was undefeated in both, but fell at Canada.
  • Trevor Banks steers men's D1 newcomer Chicago State: 'Being part of something special'
    Across the country, COVID took a toll on college soccer programs. What happened at Chicago State University was truly remarkable.
  • Olympics welcomed 3x3 basketball. Why not futsal or beach soccer?
    Basketball isn't alone in having an untraditional discipline in the Games. The most entrenched is beach volleyball.
  • Ricardo Pepi: USA's great new hope for goals rose through FC Dallas, USL and USYNT program
    Shaun Tsakiris brought the FC Dallas academy player into a U.S. camps starting in 2017
  • Frank Yallop: Canada is well equipped to finally return to the World Cup
    Frank Yallop, coach of the brilliantly successful early 2000s' San Jose Earthquakes, knows the USA-Canada rivalry like few others.
  • Roger Bennett on 'Reborn in the USA,' fandom based out of love, and the demise of Eurosnobs
    Bennett's new book, Reborn in the USA: An Englishman's Love Letter to his Chosen Home, debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list.
  • USMNT players get younger and younger as they chase their dreams
    Players like Tyler Adams and Ricardo Pepi were on their own at very young ages when they started to pursue their soccer careers.