It's been more than three years since the U.S. defeated Mexico. Can the Americans close the gap?
Big things could be ahead for U.S. soccer fans after the World Cup run, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Jeff Carlisle wonders if the World Cup can lift soccer out of its niche market in the U.S.
With Americans getting pumped for the World Cup, will they see soccer's biggest event return to their turf?
One of the most underrated players of his generation, not only was Hugo Perez the U.S. team's first Latino, he was also the its first genuine playmaker, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Trinidad & Tobago is the perfect opportunity for several U.S. youngsters to make a statement, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. is anticipating a hostile reception when it faces Cuba (Saturday, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN Classic), writes Jeff Carlisle.
Unaccustomed to being on the bench, Natasha Kai produced a star turn against Canada, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Michael Orozco's red card was unfortunately just one of many infractions for a young U.S. team, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The Netherlands has suffered some key injuries, but the U.S. still will be wary when the teams meet, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With most of his first-choice lineup missing, Peter Nowak will evaluate fringe U-23 players in Toulon, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Although it's too early for a full assessment of the U.S. team's Olympic opponents, the draw still looks daunting, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. coach Bob Bradley will use the friendly against Poland to assess his European-based players up close, writes Jeff Carlisle.