Don't tell Americans we can't win. Now, with a whole nation chanting "I believe" behind them, the U.S. men actually believe they can beat Belgium and move on in the World Cup.
With an American coach who was born in Germany and a melting-pot roster of stars, the U.S. team that will run onto the field Thursday epitomizes the wonderful diversity of the World Cup.
From Lolo Jones and the U.S. bobsledding team (drama?) to the U.S. women finally getting their chance to compete in ski jumping (hold on to your uteruses!), Julie Foudy shares her top storylines for the Sochi Olympics.
You don't have to be CEO to change everything. At the 2013 espnW Women + Sports Summit, Julie Foudy shares her five secrets for creating your unique impact
Julie Foudy and Brandi Chastain travel to Brazil through the U.S. State Department's SportsUnited to encourage girls to play soccer and to convince the country to support their dreams.
Will a women's professional soccer league ever thrive in the United States? With WPS folding, Julie Foudy says it may be time to consider an option even she once thought wasn't possible.
Julie Foudy previews Friday's Olympic qualifying semifinal match between the United States and Costa Rica, and explains why the soccer gods are on the Americans' side.
Julie Foudy breaks down Team USA's win over Guatemala, and has a little advice for FIFA for the future.
Who knew futbol could be mistaken for football?! Julie Foudy has her five takeaways from the U.S. women's opener at CONCACAF Olympic qualifying.
Julie Foudy chronicles the recent 24 hours that made her and fellow commentator Ian Drake's dream day.