A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel on careers in the soccer industry at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. The speakers came from a wide range of roles across the game, and we discussed a wide range of topics. Below, you can listen to a podcast of the event.
One of the Union's offseason priorities was to shore up the center back position, and the team met that goal with Monday's signing of former U.S. national team standout Oguchi Onyewu.
U.S. men's soccer team coach Bruce Arena made a small round of cuts on Friday from the 31 players who've been part of this month's training camp in southern California. Union defender Keegan Rosenberry was one of them. As such, he will return to the Union to join the club's preseason training.
Hershey native Christian Pulisic has signed a new contract with German powerhouse Borussia Dortmund.
Although Carli Lloyd hasn't played in an official soccer game for three months, she has still been quite busy.
Delran native Carli Lloyd has been named FIFA's women's soccer player of the year for the second straight year.
Three Union players will be part of the U.S. men's national team's squad at the annual January training camp: defender Keegan Rosenberry and midfielders Chris Pontius and Alejandro Bedoya.
Although there is no current collective bargaining agreement between U.S. Soccer and the women's national team players' union, that will not stop the usual January training camp from happening.
Here are TV listings for the entire tournament, plus how to watch via online streaming in English and Spanish.
By now you've likely heard that U.S. women's national team captain Carli Lloyd got married last week at a beach resort in Mexico.
When a striker scores 15 goals in a 20-game stretch, the odds are pretty good that he'll be accused of being in good form.
It's been six years since Bob Bradley was dismissed from the U.S. men's national team's head coach job. Yet while the New Jersey native with deep ties to Princeton is now with his fourth team since then, he and many other people in the American soccer community still have scars that haven't healed.
You don't have to be a soccer business wonk to have heard of Soccer United Marketing, the commercial arm of Major League Soccer that handles sponsorship and marketing deals for many high-profile soccer events in the United States.