The U.S. has successfully navigated qualification to the World Cup in South Africa; now comes the hard part, writes Steve Davis.
There's nothing like a big win to get the fans back home excited, and the U.S. team's upset of top-ranked Spain at the Confederations Cup on Wednesday night certainly qualified.
The U.S. women and Brazil have developed a fierce rivalry. Jacqueline Purdy traces the history of the matchup.
David Beckham took part in a banquet honoring Pele on Wednesday.
It can be argued that he developmental contracts offered by MLS to young prospects are borderline embarrassing, writes Kristian Dyer.
Though he has yet to live up to the hype, Freddy Adu remains confident that he's ready for Europe, writes Kristian Dyer.
There's no love lost between the Canadian and U.S. teams and Sunday's Gold Cup final will be an intense physical battle, writes Graham Hays.
Every so often, one comes across a person who imparts the true meaning of life. U.S. national team assistant coach Glenn "Mooch" Myernick was one such person, writes Jimmy Conrad in Part 5 of a five-part tribute.
USSF president Sunil Gulati might be globe-trotting in his search for a new U.S. coach, but the best candidates for the position are right here at home, writes Ives Galarcep.
Maykel Galindo fled his homeland in search of a better life and to play the game he loves, a path that has taken him to the Seattle Sounders, writes Andrew Winner.
Landon Donovan is determined to ensure that Mexico does not win on U.S. home turf, writes Ives Galarcep.
Portland Timbers' forward Byron Alvarez plays in the A-League for no money.
Chris Klein returned from a serious knee injury to win the MLS comeback player award last season and now he looks to take his game even higher in 2003.