Alex Morgan has enjoyed a meteoric rise with the U.S. women's national team over the last year and a half.
Retis, 43, of Santa Monica, brought her family to the viewing party Sunday at Pasadena's convention center plaza to witness history.
Los Angeles Dutch fans hold out big World Cup hopes.
Loss doesn't spoil L.A.'s love for Uruguay.
Colombian immigrant and Chivas assistant coach recalls his role in the 2002 World Cup.
Fritz and Sigi Schimd are soccer royalty in Los Angeles.
Victory over Mexico and near-win vs. German side stand out.
U.S. forward Landon Donovan returned to the Galaxy from the World Cup and says he's proud of what the Americans accomplished.
Brazil's soccer success has made the team one of the most popular in the world and that trend doesn't seem to be slowing.
Clint Mathis has fond memories of his time with the U.S. national team at the 2002 World Cup.
The American Outlaws supporters group, which is a fervent follower of the U.S. national soccer team, has a diverse fanbase in L.A.
With its performance in South Africa and some unwitting help from a referee, the U.S. soccer team has thrust itself into relevance.
With three World Cups under his belt, U.S. stalwart Cobi Jones has plenty of recollections.
In L.A., there are few communities that show the World Cup support that South Koreans do
Despite a bad call by a referee, the U.S. soccer team has plenty of other issues it must resolve if it hopes to advance.
Fans of Mexico's national soccer team in Los Angeles find ways to watch their team during the middle of the day.