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DC United, USMNT midfielder Paul Arriola suffers knee injury

NFL stars, rappers and actors model the new kits MLS clubs will wear in the league's 25th season.
Steve Nicol says Cristiano Ronaldo would bring goals and silverware to any MLS franchise.

D.C. United midfielder and United States international Paul Arriola left Saturday night's preseason exhibition at Orlando during the first half with a right knee injury.

Arriola, a 25-year-old midfielder, will have a scan to determine the extent of the injury, team spokesman Sam Legg said.

Team manager Gregg Olsen told the Washington Post that the injury "doesn't look good." 

The club saw the departure of Wayne Rooney this offseason but was expected to have a formidable attack with...

USSF accused of 'false narrative' by men's union in USWNT CBA dispute

Mallory Pugh says her male counterparts don't necessarily need to be vocal to support equal pay.
Julie Foudy breaks down the USWNT's first tournament under Vlatko Andonovski and his experimentation with different lineups.
Julie Foudy says Christen Press is showing her full potential for the USWNT in Olympic qualifying.

The union representing the players on the United States men's national team issued a strong statement in support of the U.S. women's national team, accusing the U.S. Soccer Federation of engaging in a "false narrative" about the women's pursuit of equal pay.

Twenty-eight players from the U.S. women's national team are engaged in a class-action lawsuit against the USSF alleging "institutionalized gender discrimination" toward the team. The lawsuit was filed under the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of...

State of the USMNT: Assessing the U.S. on talent identification, player development and tactical evolution

It's been more than two years since the U.S. men's national team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. It's been little more than a year since Gregg Berhalter took charge of the national team for the first time. The Americans' first crack at redemption will come this fall, when they begin qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.

So with the failures of the 2018 cycle in the past and the hope of the 2022 cycle still on the horizon, where does the U.S. stand? Jeff Carlisle and Noah Davis answer...

MLS gets favourable promotion-relegation ruling from CAS

NFL stars, rappers and actors model the new kits MLS clubs will wear in the league's 25th season.

A long-running lawsuit looking to force promotion and relegation on Major League Soccer has failed.

Lower-tier clubs Miami and Kingston Stockade filed a challenge in 2017 with the Court of Arbitration for Sport against FIFA, North American soccer body CONCACAF and the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Miami owner Riccardo Silva, the former head of media rights agency MP & Silva, sought to disrupt the closed MLS system of new clubs paying franchise fees up to $200 million.

The clubs' case cited a sub-section...

Jay Berhalter leaving U.S. Soccer officer position at end of Feb.

Jay Berhalter, the U.S. Soccer Federation's Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer, is leaving his position, effective at the end of February, the USSF announced on Thursday.

"Jay has played an invaluable role in the growth of our Federation and the evolution of the game in our country," said U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro. "His deep understanding of all the technical, commercial, and business aspects of the sport will have a lasting impact on the game across America."

The USSF, which has...