Football leagues around the world returned to a full slate of action following the international break. Here's how the USMNT fared abroad. The USMNT contin...
by: Haris Kruskic — SB Nation: Dirty South Soccer 18 Sep
The emerging right back is quickly making a name for himself.
How Seattle Sounders Academy became one of the best youth systems in the United States: Scouting and Player Identification
by: Joseph MondelloSoundersFC.com — MLS: Seattle Sounders 18 Sep
Editor's Note: In just three short years, the Seattle Sounders’ investment in the Academy has led to three Youdan Trophy titles, over two dozen players receiving U.S. youth national team call-ups, a wave of teenagers signing pro contracts and a national..
by: Steven Goff — Washington Post: Soccer Insider 17 Sep
In the Bundesliga, Alfredo Morales scored and John Brooks assisted while Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie sat out with injuries.
by: Sporting News — Sporting News 15 Sep
The Gunners had won 10 in a row against their hosts before suffering a loss on Tyneside in April and are out for revenge
by: Joe Prince-Wright — NBC Sports Washington 12 Sep
Germany midfielder Sami Khedira has extended his contract with Juventus.
by: Joe Prince-Wright — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 12 Sep
What now for the U.S. men’s national team? We analyze where they are at as plenty of questions remain.
by: Alan Siegel — USA Today: For The Win 12 Sep
With the European leagues in full swing, let’s take a look at 10 American soccer players playing across the pond.
by: Sam StejskalNational Writer — MLS: MLS Insider 12 Sep
NASHVILLE – It took nearly 70 minutes, but an old-fashioned U.S. vs. Mexico match broke out on Tuesday night at Nissan Stadium. After over an hour of sloppy play, few chances and minimal excitement, U.S. center back Matt Miazga and 18-year-old Mexico whiz
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 12 Sep
U.S. interim coach Dave Sarachan made six changes for Tuesday's exhibition against Mexico, inserting 18-year-old midfielder Tim Weah into the starting lineup.
by: Emily Olsen, Pro Soccer USA — Pro Soccer USA 12 Sep
WASHINGTON — D.C. United midfielder Paul Arriola chose to leave the United States men’s national team camp ahead of Tuesday’s rivalry friendly against Mexico in order to rejoin D.C. United as it starts a crucial seven-game home stand. “I knew after the...