MLS planned on naming two new teams in December. Then the second of its two decisions was put on hold, and it remains as such with the 2018 season on the horizon and Detroit, Cincinnati and Sacramento waiting for resolution.
Landon Donovan has returned to the playing field in Mexico with Club León, and he explains his decision to come out of retirement–again–and chimes in on U.S. Soccer's Election and whether he has a USMNT future in a revealing interview.
Carlos Cordeiro outlasted seven other competitors to earn the right to succeed Sunil Gulati as U.S. Soccer president. Here's how he was able to win over the electorate and put an end to an exhausting and historic campaign process.
Jonathan Gonzalez's FIFA switch has gone through, and what's done is done. But the noise surrounding the reasoning for the prospect picking Mexico over the USA hasn't died down one bit–and U.S. Soccer strongly denies being neglectful.
Until its unlikely run last season, scrappy Chapecoense was an afterthought in Brazilian soccer. But what should have been its magical moment turned into a national tragedy, and now the survivors are struggling to carry on.
Two crosstown rivals. One title. The most dramatic conclusion to a Premier League season ever. On the fifth anniversary of Manchester City’s heart-stopping triumph, key figures recall an unforgettable coronation.
MLS will kick off its 23rd season on March 3, and while legends like Kaká and Andrea Pirlo are no longer in the league and some young stars like Jack Harrison and Cyle Larin have left for Europe, a new class of talent has entered the league. Here are some of the biggest stars set for their league debuts in 2018.