4 Reasons Why This Is A Big Year For USMNT Soccer2016 is almost a month and a half old and the United States Men's National Team is already 2-0 in friendlies against Canada and Iceland. Even though it's not a World Cup year, there will be plenty of very important soccer this calendar year. Here are the four reasons why 2016 is massive for the USMNT.
4 Reasons Not To Fire Jürgen KlinsmannThe U.S. suffered a miserable loss to Jamaica in the semifinals of the Gold Cup. People have called for the head of the U.S. manager Jürgen Klinsmann, but they are misguided. Here are four reasons why.
4 Improvements The USMNT Must Make Heading Into the Knockout RoundsThe United States Men's National Team went undefeated (2-0-1) through the Group Stage of the Gold Cup into the knockout rounds. However, they have been anything but exceptional in these three matches and must improve moving forward. Here's where they can improve.
6 Best Moments of the USWNT's Run to the CupThe United States have won the FIFA Women's World Cup for the third time. It took seven matches, 14 goals, and 23 players. Here are the best moments of the USA's run to their record breaking third cup.
9 Incredible Stats During the USWNT's RunThe United States Women's National Team is headed to the Women's World Cup Final for the second straight tournament. They will once again face Japan, the team that beat the U.S. four years ago. Defense has been the calling card for this team so far. Here are the nine most incredible stats about the Americans' run to the final.
4 Matchups That Will Determine The Winner of USA/Germany It's an interesting contrast in styles with the Americans stellar defense (1 goal allowed in 5 games) and the German attack (20 goals in 5 matches). Here are the four matchups that will ultimately decide which nation will have the chance at their third Women's World Cup title.
4 Reasons Not To Worry About The USWNT
5 USMNT U20 Players Whose Stock Rose at the U20 World CupIt was a great run for the team and a lot of players turned heads. Here are five of such players.
4 Teams That Could Beat the U.S. in the Women's World Cup
Top Bars To Watch The Women's World Cup In Las VegasFrom Sunday, June 6, 2015 - Sunday, July 5th, all eyes will be on Canada to watch 24 nations compete in the 2015 Women's World Cup soccer tournament. For those that can't make it there, Vegas has you covered. You'll feel right at home and ready to cheer on your team in one of the many sports bars in Sin City, with five of the best listed below.
4 USA Players to Watch at the Women's World CupThe 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup is set to kickoff on Saturday with the USA's first match getting underway on Monday. Here are the four players your eyes should be on as the US takes aim at its third World Cup championship.
7 Most Memorable Moments of 2014 for the USMNTAll in all the year will be remembered as a success after the USMNT advanced out of a very difficult group at the World Cup.