• Wes Burdine on the celebratory nature of Minnesota soccer
    The owner of St. Paul's unique soccer bar helped launch the USL W League's Minnesota Aurora.
  • MLS Next's Chris Schuler on the modern pathway to pro soccer in the USA
    The Chicago product starred at Creighton University before his nine-year MLS playing career (2010-18).
  • Peter Trevisani on New Mexico United forging ahead to prove 'biggest hopes' can come true
    Founder of the club that launched for the 2019 USL Championship season, Trevisani recounts its highs and lows, and reveals its new stadium strategy.
  • How will money from NIL -- 'name, image and likeness' -- impact college soccer?
    Sasho Cirovski and Anson Dorrance share their concerns about the major change in college athletics.
  • Julie Ertz finds immediate joy in new home
    Ertz, not quite vintage, made her first start since the Tokyo Olympics in Angel City's 2-0 loss to San Diego before a full house.
  • Picking the USA's 2023 Under-20 World Cup squad: Many options amid much uncertainty
    The key issue for Coach Mikey Varas is whether clubs will release his top players for next month's Argentina-hosted tournament.
  • Darin Van Tassell on soccer parents powering the rise of South Georgia Tormenta FC
    In 2022, Tormenta FC teams won USL League One and USL W League championships.
  • USWNT: 2023 Women's World Cup projected roster
    A few question marks remain on which 23 players will get Coach Vlatko Andonovski's call.
  • Galaxy hits bottom: 'Noise' says doomsday, Vanney says, 'We're going to get there'
    The once-proud MLS standard-bearer heads into its first El Trafico showdown of the campaign with no wins in six outings.
  • Steve Cooke on 'reality based' youth development, leaving the Sounders for Atlanta, and his Sheffield Wednesday experience
    The Englishman took charge of Atlanta United 2 after 25 years of experience in the American game.
  • After victory with agony in Austin, the USA refocuses on its frontline for Women's World Cup
    The Mallory Swanson injury has added an unwelcome plot twist to the USA's World Cup preparation.
  • When 'The Club' expelled its Jewish members and 'howled with the wolves'
    In 1933, Germany's most storied soccer club at the time ingratiated itself in advance with its new totalitarian masters by 'Aryanizing' its ranks.
  • El Farolito: U.S. Open Cup spotlights San Francisco club's rich history
    The club founded by restaurateur Salvador Lopez is vying for the crown it won 30 years ago. His son is now at the helm.
  • Benjamin Cremaschi's smooth rise through Inter Miami's setup sparks U.S. and Argentine interest
    After USYNT call-ups, the 18-year-old Miami native attended an Argentine U-20 national team camp in Buenos Aires last December.