Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
  • Under-20 Men's World Cup: USA in round of 16

    1993. USA 0 Brazil 3
    1997. USA 0 Uruguay 3
    1999. USA 2 Spain 3 (Twellman 2)
    2001. USA 0 Egypt 2
    2003. USA 2 Cote d’Ivoire 0 (Mapp, E.Johnson)
    2005. USA 1 Italy 3 (Freeman)
    2007. USA 2 Uruguay 1 (Bradley, own goal)
    2015. USA 1 Colombia 0 (Rubin)
    2017. USA 6 New Zealand 0 (Sargent, Lennon, Ebobisse, Glad, Trusty, Kunga)
    2019. USA 3 France 2 (Soto 2, Rennicks)
    Note: The USA's best finish (fourth-place) in 17 appearances came at the 16-team 1989 tournament when it beat Iraq, 2-1, in the quarterfinals.

  • Jack McGlynn: USA's U-20 midfield chief honed his skills in Queens

    Before joining the Philadelphia Union, McGlynn thrived at BW Gottschee with his father and brother. Read the whole story

  • Mikey Varas on leading the USA into Under-20 World Cup knockout stage

    The USA welcomes two reinforcements, Rokas Pukstas and Kevin Paredes, for Tuesday's round-of-16 clash with New Zealand. Read the whole story

  • Americans Abroad: Premier League 2022-23

    1. Antonee Robinson, 25 (Fulham, 10th), 3088 minutes, 1 assist
    2. Tim Ream, 35 (Fulham, 10th), 2897 minutes, 1 goal
    3. Brenden Aaronson, 22 (Leeds United, 19th), 2372 minutes, 1 goal, 3 assists
    4. Tyler Adams, 24 (Leeds United, 19th), 2156 minutes
    5. Weston McKennie, 24 (Leeds United, 19th), 1437 minutes, 1 assist
    6. Christian Pulisic, 24 (Chelsea, 12th), 821 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist
    7. Chris Richards, 23 (Crystal Palace, 11th), 447 minutes

  • Watch: Heidenheim win first Bundesliga promotion with two stoppage-time goals

    A fifth-tier club 20 years ago put Hamburg SV's return hopes on hold with a Hollywood ending. Read the whole story

  • Roster: U.S. Under-17 WYNT (Winston-Salem camp, June 4-11)

    Goalkeepers (2): Mateya Dessieux (Tophat), Sonoma Kasica (Florida Premier FC).
    Defenders (8): Aven Alvarez (North Carolina Courage Acad.), Elizabeth Boamah (Albion SC), *Jordyn Bugg (San Diego Surf), *Nicki Fraser (Real Colorado), Reese Klein (Florida United SC), Hope Munson (Utah Avalanche), Tanna Schornstein (San Diego Surf), Carla Small (IMG Academy).
    Midfielders (7): Nawreen Ahmad (Virginia Union FC), Kendall Bodak (New England FC), Shaela Bradley (Portland Thorns Acad.), Isabela Engle (Minnesota Thunder Acad.), Claire Hutton (World Class FC), Neely Kerr (Tophat SC), Linda Ullmark (Western New York Flash).
    Forwards (6): *Emeri Adames (Solar SC), Sophia Bradley (PDA), Ava McDonald (FC Dallas acad.), Miri O'Donnell (FC Bay Area Surf), Jaden Thomas (FC Dallas acad.), *Amalia Villarreal (Michigan Jaguars).
    *Played for USA at 2022 Under-17 Women's World Cup.

  • Mauricio Pochettino handed task of rebuilding Chelsea

    The Argentine made his name in coaching by making the most of meager resources at Espanyol, Southampton and at Tottenham. Read the whole story

  • Tuesday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)

    1. Motherhood has given Julie Ertz a new appreciation for soccer and her career By Kevin Baxter (Los Angeles Times)
    Experience leads to belief as Tigres lift No. 8 By Jon Arnold (Getting CONCACAFed)
    3. Gambling addiction: Why elite athletes are especially vulnerable By Daniel Gallan (BBC Sport)