• Revs' DeJuan Jones has a lot of motivation these days
    The late bloomer wants to make his USMNT debut in 2022. First things first is getting the Revs back in the playoff hunt.
  • Casey Stoney relishes opportunity to build expansion Wave, improve women's soccer standards and show her girls what's possible
    The coach of the expansion San Diego Wave has seen plenty that impresses, on and off the field, but admits it's a big adjustment.
  • Anson Dorrance on the new U.S. women's national team: 'The club game is no longer irrelevant'
    The U.S. women's national team started on the path to becoming a world power when Anson Dorrance became its head coach in 1986.
  • Mass brawls are what the fans want to see
    "Children play at being soldiers. That is sensible," wrote the Austrian author Karl Kraus. "But why should soldiers play at being children?"
  • Margueritte Aozasa: UCLA's new head coach was prepped well by Stanford, Santa Clara and youth club MVLA
    Last December, the Northern Californian succeeded Amanda Cromwell at the helm of perennial national contender UCLA.
  • Outstanding MLS rookie Ben Bender relished his high school and college play
    Ben Bender was a regarded player in his native Baltimore, Maryland, but was not on a path taken by traditional top prospects.
  • Paul Carr on seeking soccer stats that matter and finding fascinating factoids
    The evolution of the game has made soccer stats more easily measured and analyzed. There's a market for them too
  • Bob Lilley on his unique coaching start, his path to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and watching a young Christian Pulisic
    His father was serving the U.S. forces in Vietnam when Bob Lilley's his mother signed him up for soccer.
  • Focus turns to World Cup 2026 venue selections
    What will it take to be picked as one of the hosts? A lot of factors are in play. One is sacrosanct: the field.
  • Wilmer Cabrera: USA's progress in the last 10 years has been incredible
    The Colombian World Cup veteran started his U.S. coaching career 16 years ago and now heads the Rio Grande Valley FC Toros.
  • U.S. filmmaker Christopher Andre Marks on creating the 'King Otto' documentary
    Who was the first person to win a major international soccer tournament while coaching a national team of a country not his own?
  • Obed Vargas: Alaskan teen with Mexican roots on the rise with Seattle Sounders
    The 16-year-old whose parents emigrated from Mexico to the USA's 49th state has appeared in 10 games so far this season for the Sounders.
  • LAFC could become something special but first things first -- it has to try to win its first El Trafico in Carson
    The Angelenos are off to a 4-0-1 start, same as their record-setting 2019 Shield winners, with a new coach and lots of new players.
  • Briana Scurry on her big-screen acting debut, the new USWNT generation, her memoir, and the NWSL
    The U.S. goalkeeping icon plays Coach Scurry in "High Expectations," one of the first productions to start up again after Covid.
  • Austin FC Academy GM Tyson Wahl on his journey from AYSO to the pros and returning to the youth game
    Wahl, who spend 11 seasons in MLS, grew up in soccer-rich Orange County, California, in the 1990s.
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