The past 10 years have seen some seismic shifts in the landscape for soccer in the U.S. Steve Davis reflects on the decade's most pivotal moments.
Behind several key lineup changes and an effective counterattacking strategy, the U.S. U-20s routed Cameroon 4-1, writes Brent Latham.
New Jersey-born Giuseppe Rossi opted to play for the Italian national team, but he's hoping to make the starting lineup against the U.S., writes Brent Latham.
For fans, the memories of the U.S. team's draw against Italy in the 2006 World Cup abound. However, as the U.S. prepares to face Italy in the Confederations Cup, the players aren't reading too much into their previous encounter, writes Brent Latham.
From little-used substitute to key contributor, Angela Hucles was a huge factor in the U.S. women's win against Japan, writes Lindsey Dolich.
A win for the U.S. against England at Wembley would bring back memories of the 1950 World Cup win against the same foe, writes Frank Dell'Apa.
With Mia Hamm's induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame, Michael Lewis recalls her most memorable moments.
Despite an inauspicious start to his national team career, Tony Meola endured to become the finest U.S. goalkeeper of his generation, says Ives Galarcep.
Hosts France retained the Confederations Cup by beating Cameroon 1-0 with a golden goal extra-time winner from Thierry Henry in Sunday's final, a match dedicated to the memory of Marc-Vivien Foe.