1. Breaking Down Jurgen Klinsmann's Two Years with USMNT

    Following the 2011 Gold Cup final, there seemed to be little doubt that then-head coach Bob Bradley had stood on the sidelines for the United States men’s national team for the last time...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 8 months ago 6,025 reads 19 comments

  2. Americans Abroad Wrap: Aron Johannsson and Mix Diskerud Score

    Coming off the international break, Americans playing their football abroad were back in action this weekend, highlighted by goals from Aron Johannsson and Mix Diskerud ...

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  3. 4 Reasons USA's 2014 World Cup Expectations Must Be Realistic

    The United States men’s national team just finished its most successful year in team history in 2013. The Yanks put together a runaway World Cup qualifying campaign and won the Gold Cup championship this summer...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 8 months ago 11,078 reads 67 comments

  4. 25 Beautiful Pictures of the Beautiful Game

    From Brazil to Barcelona and everywhere in between, the beauty of world football can be found all around us. These 25 images reveal the passion of the fans and the players, from their moments of triumph to their moments of pain and defeat...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 8 months ago 3,858 reads 17 comments

  5. How USA Will Line Up Against Austria

    Following its 0-0 draw with Scotland on Friday night, the United States men's national team is now set to face Austria in the second of its two November friendlies. The match will take place Tuesday, Nov...

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  6. Americans Abroad Wrap: Steve Cherundolo Returning to Full Fitness

    Most of the major leagues are on break this week for the November international dates, but there was still plenty of action to take in...

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  7. Scotland vs. USA: 6 Things We Learned

    The United States men's national team tied Scotland on Friday 0-0. The game was a rematch, of sorts, of the game played last summer between the two, which the U.S. won 5-1...

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  8. How USA Will Line Up Against Scotland

    The United States men's national team takes on Scotland on Friday in the first of two November friendlies. The game is being played at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, with kick off set for 3 p...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 8 months ago 3,402 reads 13 comments

  9. Predicting Jurgen Klinsmann's USA World Cup Squad

    Over the next week, the United States men's national team has international friendlies against Scotland and Austria. While the U.S...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 8 months ago 5,198 reads 20 comments

  10. United States vs. Brazil: 6 Things We Learned

    The United States women's national soccer team took on Brazil on Sunday in Orlando, Fla. in an international friendly, winning 4-1 on the strength of two goals by Sydney Leroux and tallies by Abby Wambach and Erika Tymrak...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 3,193 reads 2 comments

  11. Americans Abroad Wrap: Big Week for Yanks in Europe

    Just days away from two United States men's national team friendlies against Scotland and Austria, Americans playing abroad had an exciting week. Terrence Boyd and Aron Johannsson both picked up braces this week, and Joe Gyau also added a goal...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 4,217 reads 5 comments

  12. Breaking Down the USWNT Roster for Brazil Friendly

    On Tuesday, United States Soccer and United States women’s national team head coach Tom Sermanni announced an 18-player roster for the team’s friendly on Sunday against rival Brazil...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 3,165 reads 0 comments

  13. Alex Morgan Is the Lionel Messi of Women's Soccer

    Two weeks ago, FIFA unveiled its shortlists for the Ballon d’Or, the award given annually to the world’s best player...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 8,637 reads 14 comments

  14. 5 Things We Learned from MLS Eastern Conference Semifinals

    On Wednesday night, the Major League Soccer Eastern Conference semifinals were decided with the Houston Dynamo downing the New York Red Bulls and Sporting Kansas City beating the New England Revolution...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 705 reads 2 comments

  15. Can Aron Johannsson Be an X-Factor for USA in 2014 World Cup?

    Over the past year, there have been few players in the United States men's national team pool who have created as much excitement as Icelandic-American Aron Johannsson ...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 4,133 reads 15 comments

  16. Americans Abroad Wrap: Sacha Kljestan Scores, Julian Green Not Joining USMNT

    It was another solid week for Americans playing abroad this week with goals by Sacha Kljestan and Alejandro Bedoya leading the way...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 3,232 reads 2 comments

  17. How Michael Bradley's Roma Experience Can Help USA in the World Cup

    Although Michael Bradley has been hurt for much of the early going in the 2013-14 Serie A campaign, his experiences in Italy should pay big dividends for the U.S. men's national soccer team at the 2014 World Cup next summer in Brazil...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 4,057 reads 7 comments

  18. World's Best Women's XI

    With the women’s international calendar set-up, there is a three-year long “dark” period between major worldwide international competitions after an Olympic year...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 3,268 reads 13 comments

  19. Why Landon Donovan Struggles to Win over International Fans

    Landon Donovan is the most accomplished player in the history of American soccer. On the international stage, he’s scored five World Cup goals, as many as legends Zinedine Zidane, Romario, Franz Beckenbauer and Raul...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 6,129 reads 49 comments

  20. Houston Dynamo vs. Montreal Impact: Previewing Eastern Conference Play-in Game

    On Sunday, both the Houston Dynamo and Montreal Impact slid into Major League Soccer’s playoffs on the last day of the season...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 371 reads 0 comments

  21. USWNT vs. New Zealand: 3 Things We Learned

    On Sunday night, the United States women's national team defeated New Zealand 4-1 on the strength of goals by Megan Rapinoe , Carli Lloyd, Christen Press and Heather O'Reilly ...

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  22. Americans Abroad Wrap: Goals for Michael Bradley and Terrence Boyd

    Americans were front and center for their respective teams this weekend, contributing all over the field. Michael Bradley, Terrence Boyd, Sacha Kljestan and Joe Gyau all scored, and Timmy Chandler and Jozy Altidore picked up big assists...

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  23. Predicting the United States World Cup Squad of 23

    Over the last eight months, the United States men's national team has been in stellar form, winning 16 of its last 19 games, securing qualification to the 2014 World Cup, capturing ...

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  24. MLS Set for Wild Finish: Every Playoff Scenario Explained

    Major League Soccer has had one of its most exciting seasons ever and as the regular season comes to a close, an amazing seven teams are still alive in the playoff race heading into the final weekend...

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  25. USWNT: Plethora of Talented Attackers Causing Unintended Problems

    It might seem like a problem any coach would be glad to have, but the United States women’s national team may have too much attacking talent for its own good...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 9 months ago 3,480 reads 1 comments