1. Christian Pulisic (Bor. Dortmund, Chelsea, 2016-23) 48
2. Weston McKennie (Schalke 04, Juventus, 2018-22) 24
3. Jermaine Jones (Bayer Leverkusen, Schalke 04, 2004-13), 23
4. DaMarcus Beasley (PSV, Rangers, 2004-09) 22
5. Sergino Dest (Ajax, Barcelona, AC Milan, 2019-2022) 20
Note: Jermaine Jones filed his switch of association in 2009.
Christian Pulisic, who turned 25 on Monday, will begin his eighth season, Sergino Dest, 22, his fifth and Gio Reyna, 20, his fourth. Read the whole story
Steve Trittschuh (Sparta Prague) was the first of 41 Americans who played in what is now the UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story
Lionel Messi and Neymar left in an offseason clear-out that continued when Marco Verratti was sold for a reported $53.3 million. Read the whole story
Media reports allege the 22-year-old Matko Miljevic played in an amateur league with a fake name and was banned for punching an opponent. Read the whole story
The former MLS executive who played college ball at the University of New Haven returns to Connecticut soccer. Read the whole story
Iowa Local 5 News interviewed Drake freshman Zoey Mahoney, whose unique goal went viral. Read the whole story
• On Thursday, CBS Sports Golazo Network will launch Scoreline. a daily highlights show. The new studio show, which will air live at 5 p.m. ET following the completion of top afternoon matches and then again throughout the night with the latest updates. Other shows in Golazo Network's programming lineup include Morning Footy, Box to Box, Attacking Third and Kickin' It.
The former UCLA star who grew up in a soccer family with Macedonian roots played briefly in MLS. Read the whole story
"A claim was made today stating that the environment within the federation would be safe for my colleagues to rejoin yet at the press conference it was announced that they were not calling me as a
means to protect me. Protect me from what? And from whom?"
-- Jenni Hermoso on not being called up for Spain's two UEFA Nations League group matches against Sweden and Switzerland, its first two matches since its Women's World Cup triumph - and an unwanted kiss by Luis Rubiales on Hermoso that plunged women's soccer in Spain into turmoil. New coach Montse Tome called up 15 world champions as well as Barcelona stars Mapi Leon and Pati Guijarro, who did not go to the World Cup after protesting the culture within the program, but said she did not select Hermoso as it was "best way to protect her." Hermoso described the latest call-ups as part of the Spanish federation's strategy of "manipulation and division." As of Monday night, it was not clear if the Spanish players would accept the call-ups and play Sweden on Friday. (@Jennihermoso via Twitter)
The renovated Santiago Bernabeu Stadium features a field that goes underground for storage and grass maintenance. Read the whole story