• Key legal issues in U.S. women's discrimination lawsuit explained by Steven Bank, UCLA law professor
    Steven Bank's offers insight into the gender discrimination lawsuit against the USSF and and youth soccer clubs' training compensation quest.
  • U.S. Soccer's Mirelle van Rijbroek on DA vs. ECNL, college soccer, girls YNT scouting, and Dutch success
    Mirelle van Rijbroek has been U.S. Soccer's Director of Talent Identification-Girls since November of 2017.
  • Dispatch from Grenoble: Germany unbeaten, unbreached, and getting better
    Germany's first two group games were narrow victories. But it looks more cohesive and more confident with each 90 minutes.
  • Daryl Grove on being a soccer podcast pioneer and the changing attitude of U.S. national team fans
    Daryl Grove started the Total Soccer Show in 2009 with current co-host Taylor Rockwell when soccer podcasts were rare.
  • Interview: Tab Ramos on his young team that dictated play at the U-20 World Cup
    At the recently completed U-20 World Cup in Poland, the Tab Ramos-coached USA fielded the fourth youngest team among the 24 participants.
  • Dispatch from Paris: Near flawless USA has us gasping for the 'real' World Cup
    A beautiful, warm spring evening. A boisterous 45,000 crowd. A team brimming with confidence. What could possibly go wrong? Absolutely nothing.
  • Raw emotion of sports can produce worthwhile discussions -- just leave out the death threats
    When women's soccer celebrations spur so much discussion, it's not a gender double-standard. It's gender equality.
  • Adam Belz on the young generation that provides the USA with more 'lottery tickets' than ever
    Adam Belz is the mastermind behind the Podcast and Twitter account Scuffed.
  • Dispatch from Reims: Gluttons for glory
    The U.S. performance against Thailand contrasted with how other Women's World Cup contenders dallied in the final third and looked lost for ideas.
  • A well-told history of USA women's soccer in all its glory and strife
    When the referee blows the kickoff whistle for the USA's games at this Women's World Cup, it'll be all about how the Americans play.
  • U.S. embarrassment in Cincinnati is product of a sport that remains foundationally flawed
    The look of the American performance was bad, so bad Fox commentator Stu Holden told viewers: "I don't blame you for not watching."
  • Bob Gansler's past-to-present U-20 World Cup connections
    Thirty years ago, Bob Gansler coached the USA to a historic fourth-place finish at the 1989 U-20 World Cup.
  • Anson Dorrance on the Women's World Cup, the USA's strengths and challenges, and the 'civil war' in girls soccer
    We check in with Anson Dorrance, who coached the USA to the title of the inaugural Women's World Cup in 1991.
  • Cup finals are rarely 'one for the neutrals'
    It's certainly a shame that two attractive sides filled with lucrative amounts of talent failed to put on the show that the global audience was hoping to see.
  • U.S. defender Chris Richards' Bayern Munich experience prepped him well for U-20 World Cup
    Alabama native Chris Richards is optimistic about the USA's chances against France.
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