The U.S. expects to end the Gold Cup tournament with a victory against Panama.
Chris Albright is looking forward to the Azteca boiling pot, says Marc Connolly.
Eddie Johnson may not become a regular U.S. starter for another few years, but his game-changing speed and instincts for the goal are important elements that Bruce Arena's squad needs off the bench.
Halfway through the semifinal round of World Cup qualifying, the U.S. leads Group 1 with five points, but the team faces its toughest road test in this stage with a match vs. El Salvador on Oct. 9.
Clint Mathis has learned his lesson from a gesture he made toward club coach Ewald Lienen at Hannover 96 after scoring the game-winning goal on Sept. 25.
Bobby Convey's move to Reading of the English League Championship was a much-needed change that will test the American midfielder and further develop his game.
The United States' ability to play for each other and sacrifice for the team was on full display in the Americans' 2-1 victory over Brazil in the 2004 gold medal match.
The U.S. women played their best match of the Summer Games so far in their quarterfinal victory against Japan.
Marc Connolly gives high marks to DaMarcus Beasley, talks about the important late goal from Greg Vanney and more as he analyzes the United States' win over Grenada.
The U.S.-Honduras game has some intriguing storylines. Marc Connolly lists five topics to follow in Foxboro.
While watching the U.S.-Mexico match, Marc Connolly jotted down five observations from the Americans' last-minute win.
The scenario for the men's Under-23 National Team is simple: Beat Mexico on Tuesday night, and move on to the Olympics in August. Lose to the Mexicans, and buy your own tickets to the Athens Games this summer.
The U.S. U-23 sqaud is filled with MLS standouts as it makes final preparations for the 2004 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament in February.
The U.S. U-20 team features more firepower and experience than ever before, but can that translate into a long run at the FIFA World Youth Championship?
U.S. defender Greg Vanney shared his thoughts on missing the 2002 World Cup, his future with U.S. National Team and more with Marc Connolly.
The U.S. may have used the Confederations Cup as a learning experience, but at the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the Americans will be playing to win.