We close out Black History Month by chronicling the first African-American soccer players.
Sunday Cup-o-American Soccer: US Soccer needs to go beyond statements and take action against racism
Words and slogans aren’t enough
The federation must be better prepared to confront racism from both without and within in the future.
Nicholas Anelka had a helluva career, but unfortunately people always focused on the negative. Let’s discuss it all.
For the final piece in the series, we talk about how the talent pool has improved over the course of the last two years and how it’s set to keep improving.
We got some clarity on the schedule.
A special episode of the SSFC Podcast with a supporter making his mark in telling black history stories.
And a note on U.S. Soccer’s AGM.
Dave Sarachan, the interim USMNT manager before Gregg Berhalter took over, just took a head coaching position with the Puerto Rican men’s national team.
Julian Gressel ponders playing for the USMNT, American stars featuring in the Champions League, & Chris Richards talks about Bayern Munich player group chats.
The Annual General Meeting is this weekend. What issues can U.S. Soccer make a priority this year?
The streaming wars are heating all the way up.
A healthy list of talent.
Several teams, organizations, and supporters are joining forces for this effort.
The U-22 rule will be good for the entire league
All eyes will be on Christian Pulisic, plus Dest and Europa League action.
The entire USMNT might just end up there
A scrappy opponent awaits the USWNT on Wednesday.
A tough break for the US international
It’s clear the team is still working things out and getting back to 100%.
Can the US correct its underperformance from the last game against Canada?
He seems to be injured a lot lately