The U.S. men are sending arguably their strongest team ever to the Olympics in hopes of a medal, writes Andrea Canales.
As a foreigner, Pia Sundhage brings a fresh new perspective to the U.S. women's team, writes Andrea Canales.
Guatemala shook the U.S. by adopting a physical approach, says Andrea Canales.
It's still uncertain whether the ideal path for developing U.S. players is to keep the best youth talent at home or send them abroad, writes Andrea Canales.
The good news for the U.S. is a win in its opener of the U-20 Women's World Championship, the bad news is that a wasteful U.S. offense must improve dramatically, writes Andrea Canales.
The U.S. has a strong squad at the U-20 Women's World Championships, but Germany looks to be the favorite still, writes Andrea Canales.
With all his success molding the U.S. national team, it's time for Bruce Arena to take the next step and coach overseas after the World Cup, writes Andrea Canales.
The U.S. women's national team is prepared to defend the Algarve Cup, and an infusion of young talent can only help, writes Andrea Canales.
The U.S. team's bland performance against Canada was notable only for Freddy Adu's national team debut, writes Andrea Canales.