Cindy Parlow Cone and Will Wilson inherited a mess amid Carlos Cordeiro's resignation and the sexist equal pay lawsuit filing. Here's how they can start repairing the damage.
In the latest round of back-and-forth in the ongoing discrimination lawsuit filed by the USWNT, U.S. Soccer notably backed off its previous legal strategy.
In a letter to U.S. Soccer membership, president Carlos Cordeiro wrote it's "not reasonable or fiscally sound" for the federation to make up the World Cup prize money disparity, which appears to a sticking point on both sides.
U.S. Soccer is taking a number of measures in coordination with the CDC — but dealing with public health emergencies is nothing new for the federation.
Lisa Baird is equipped to grow the NWSL in vital areas. The question is, will the league give her the resources to do so?
Carli Lloyd is the USWNT's go-to starting striker, but should it be Christen Press? Vlatko Andonovski has to answer that and other key questions going forward.
The USWNT's power couple has overcome plenty of challenges to become who they are, the type of strong women brands like Budweiser want to get behind.
There's no doubt Kobe Bryant used his platform to promote women's basketball and soccer. But how do you square that with his infamous sexual assault trial?
With Olympic qualifiers set to begin this week, the Macedonia native reflects on his journey, which began with a six-month indoor soccer contract in America. Twenty years later, he's still here.
No coach has ever won an Olympic title the year after winning the Women's World Cup. Here's a look at the alchemy Andonovski is trying to strike.
Last year, two of the top six picks opted to play abroad. Thanks to offseason moves by the NWSL and its clubs, that won't happen again.
"I’m not buying a product that’s like, ‘Little girls, blah blah blah,'" Rapinoe says. Instead, she and the NWSL's first official beer sponsor are out to attract a new kind of fan.
Now that president Carlos Cordeiro and the top brass at U.S. Soccer have admitted that there's a problem, they have to prove they are actually fixing it, which should start next year.
The offer is a surprise move and wasn't on the table before this weekend's board of directors meeting in Chicago. Here's the background and what comes next.
In an effort to get all levels on the same page, U.S. Soccer is requiring coaches and staffers to live and work in Chicago. But is it going to ultimately be a detriment?
Attracting top international talent and keeping the talent already stateside happy are key elements of the new guidelines.
The USMNT legend describes Taylor as "almost an assistant GM" for the San Diego Loyal, an opportunity she's definitely earned over the years.
The Australian women have achieved what the USWNT is still fighting for. But is it feasible for the Americans to copy and paste their process?