Most U.S. players prepare for a game by following regular game-day rituals. Ahead of the matchup against Honduras, defender Jonathan Bornstein spilled the beans on his routine, writes Luke Cyphers.
The U.S. U-17s have a strong chance to upset an Italian side that has struggled at times so far, writes Brent Latham.
With Germany's U-20 team forced to field a weakened squad, the matchup suddenly looks a lot more winnable for the U.S., writes Brent Latham.
The loss to Mexico wasn't a huge blow for the U.S., but the upcoming matchup with El Salvador is critical, writes Steve Davis.
The Gold Cup semifinals see the U.S. team matchup with a familiar foe in Honduras, writes Ives Galarcep.
With quarterfinal qualification assured in the Gold Cup, U.S. coach Bob Bradley is likely to make plenty of lineup changes for Saturday's game against Haiti, writes Brent Latham.
Heading into the U.S. team's matchup against Italy, the mood of the squad is positive, upbeat, and if its Rock Band escapades are anything to go by, totally relaxed, as Jozy Altidore explains in his diary.
Undeterred by past results at Saprissa Stadium, the U.S. is confident heading into its matchup against Costa Rica, writes Ives Galarcep.
The 2008 U.S. Open Cup final pits D.C. United against Charleston in a David versus Goliath affair, writes Steve Davis.
The U.S. women and Brazil have developed a fierce rivalry. Jacqueline Purdy traces the history of the matchup.
In a bitter and hard-fought matchup, the U.S. women showed grit and resilience to overcome Canada 2-1 in overtime, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The Charleston Battery defeated the Houston Dynamo in a thrilling penalty shootout Tuesday night at Blackbaud Stadium.
Playing England at Wembley Stadium is a daunting prospect, but the U.S. is confident it can win, writes Jeff Carlisle.