Euro 2012's amazing final act
The Three Lions
Recap: Poland vs. Greece
There weren't many positives for the U.S. team to draw upon after its second consecutive poor outing on European soil, writes Jeff Carlisle.
For fans who were wondering how the U.S. would fare on offense without Landon Donovan, the evidence was there to see in an insipid 1-0 loss to Slovakia, writes Ives Galarcep.
Missed chances were the story yet again as the U.S. U-17s were eliminated 2-1 by Italy, writes Brent Latham.
The U.S. U-17s relied on their defense for a second straight game in registering a 1-0 win over the UAE, writes Brent Latham.
In its 1-0 win over Malawi, the U.S. displayed much-improved discipline on its back line, writes Brent Latham.
The U.S. U-17s couldn't have gotten off to a better start against Spain but were unable to capitalize in their 2-1 loss, writes Brent Latham.
On an emotional night when the U.S. team would have been excused for being distracted, Bob Bradley's men showed enormous heart in salvaging a tie against Costa Rica, writes Ives Galarcep.
Behind the tireless effort of Connor Casey, the U.S. achieved what no other CONCACAF team had done in qualifying: beat Honduras on the road, writes Ives Galarcep.
The U.S. U-20s needed a good performance against Korea. To say that they failed to deliver is an understatement. Thomas Rongen's team was completely outclassed in every respect as Korea waltzed to an easy win, writes Brent Latham.
Behind several key lineup changes and an effective counterattacking strategy, the U.S. U-20s routed Cameroon 4-1, writes Brent Latham.
Missing most of its top stars, a weakened German team was still far too good for the U.S. U-20s in their opening Group C clash, writes Brent Latham.