The U.S. Soccer Federation is projecting a major loss for the 2020 fiscal year. A deficit of nearly $28 million has been projected for 2020, the organization announced on Saturday at the Board of Directors (…)
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U.S. Soccer has officially changed its stance on protesting the national anthem. On Wednesday, the U.S. Soccer Board of Directors voted to repeal policy 604-1 which required players to stand for the (…)
U.S. Soccer will possibly eliminate the policy that requires players to stand for the National Anthem.
The U.S. Soccer Federation has joined the growing lists of companies turning to the U.S. government for financial support during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The USSF has been approved for a government (…)
The voting for the 2020 U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame closes on Tuesday, and there is a good chance we will continue to see worthy candidates passed over due to a flawed voting system made worse by voters (…)
U.S. Soccer shuttered its Development Academy, opening the door for MLS to begin its own youth program.
Voting for the National Soccer Hall of Fame’s Class of 2020 is set to close on April 1st, and voters will have a very tough decision to make as a loaded list of candidates will be vying for one of the spots in (…)
Carlos Cordeiro has resigned as president of U.S. Soccer, stepping down in the wake of a major backlash following the release of damning details in the U.S. Women’s National Team’s Equal Pay lawsuit. (…)
Numerous familiar faces headline the U.S. Women’s National Team roster for the 2020 SheBelieves Cup. Carli Lloyd, Julie Ertz, and Rose Lavelle were just three players in Vlatko Andonovski’s 23-player (…)
The National Soccer Hall of Fame announced the 42 individuals eligible for the player Class of 2020, with 12 players entering their first year of eligibility. Hope Solo, Brad Davis, Herculez Gomez, Mike (…)