The United States is used to playing tough away matches but its World Cup qualifier Saturday in Honduras will have a special twist.
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.
Once again the U.S. was solid defensively but lacking in offensive ideas, writes Doug McIntyre.
Mexico's struggles on American soil only served to confirm that the new king of CONCACAF is the United States, writes Glenn Davis.
In its first outing since a disappointing performance in the World Cup, the U.S. women's national soccer team played to a lackluster 2-2 draw with Italy at Arrowhead Stadium on Wednesday night.
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