We now know the salaries of the team's new signings, including Jay Simpson and Haris Medunjanin.
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.
The MLS Cup final was mostly dull. There's no way around it. But it’s only fair to salute the terrific performance of Seattle’s two centerbacks, Roman Torres and Chad Marshall.
The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Monday afternoon that it has fired head coach and technical director Jurgen Klinsmann.
Fans across Major League Soccer have been waiting for the last two weekends of this year's regular season ever since the schedule was released in January.
The Major League Soccer Players Union has released this year's latest batch of salary data.
The Downingtown West High School product's professional career lasted seven years, and spanned eight professional clubs: two in the Women's Professional Soccer era, two in Sweden and four in the NWSL.
You might have noticed that the National Women’s Soccer League has made a lot of news lately. You might also have noticed that much of said news hasn’t had anything to do with actual soccer played in the league.
Abby Wambach's life in the public sphere has been defined by one trait more than any other: honesty.
Amy Rosenfeld has seen a lot of strange things in her many years producing soccer broadcasts for ESPN. There isn't much that surprises her anymore.
But even though she spent a year and a half preparing for the network's European Championships coverage, she still got caught off-guard twice in the span...
Of all the entities that benefitted from the Copa América Centenario’s great success, few gained more than the two television networks that brought the tournament’s action into American homes.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - As the last crescendo of Argentina's stirring national anthem thundered across MetLife Stadium, the scene looked more like Buenos Aires than a sprawling American suburb.
By now you've probably seen stories across the internet about U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati's roundtable interview with a group of invited reporters earlier this week at U.S. Soccer's Chicago headquarters. I've been working on a full transcript of the conversation, and it has taken me...