Bruce Arena's team has to beat Panama on Friday or will watch next year's World Cup from the couch.
A new study of plays during the 2014 World Cup games finds protocols for head injury assessment weren’t followed at least 60 percent of the time.
Soccer (or do you say football?) players move about the field like churned-up particles.
Cheick Tiote was a fan favorite during seven years at English Premier League side Newcastle United.
Bibiana Steinhaus will become the first female referee in the top tier of German men’s soccer.
A Lyon supporter held a banner depicting a woman above the word “cuisine.”
In the U.S. market, kick-off time is everything.
Documents showed women were ranked by sex appeal and attractiveness.
Take it from former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon: “In this kind of match, there is no favorite.”
Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Alan Kasaev said he had to pay 300 euros.
Newsweek looks at the five conclusions from a madcap midwinter Sunday.
Premier League clubs face a fight to make the quarter finals against two giants of European soccer.
It is not yet clear why Arnold Peralta, a former player for Scottish soccer team Rangers, was attacked.
Two vice presidents of soccer's international governing body were among those named in corruption probe.
The incident came four days after a series of deadly attacks in Paris killed at least 129 people.
The two were engulfed by scandal as their sport faces criminal investigations in Switzerland and the U.S.