U.S. Soccer Holding Viewing Party in Grant Park for FIFA World Cup Qualifying Match Against Honduras Tomorrow, June 18
The City of Chicago, Chicago Park District and Chicago Sports Commission, U.S. Soccer is hosting a viewing party tomorrow, June 18, in Grant Park for the crucial FIFA World Cup Qualifying match between the U.S. Men’s National Team and Honduras. Pre-match activities begin at 4 p.m. and the match begins at 8 p.m. The entire event is free and open to the general public.
With a crucial World Cup Qualifier against Jamaica looming on Friday, the U.S. Men will have a rare three full days in enemy territory to prepare for the match.
The U.S. Men's National Team earned a thrilling 4-3 victory in an international friendly with Germany. The Centennial Celebration match at RFK Stadium was played in front of a sell out crowd of 47,359.
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The U.S. Men's National Team will prepare for the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup with a match against Guatemala on July 5 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif.
The U.S. Men's National Team wil take on No. 2 ranked Germany in the Centennial Celebration Match this Sunday at RFK Stadium. The match against Germany will mark the 22nd time the MNT has played at RFK stadium, more than any other venue in the world.
The record for most international goals has stood for 15 years, and although it may soon fall, May 22, 1998, will be remembered for Mia Hamm’s 108th and record-breaking goal. It came against Brazil in a stadium she knew well.
She became the “Queen of Caps” 15 years ago, but as U.S. Soccer celebrates its 100th year, we pause to appreciate Kristine Lilly’s legendary career not only for her brilliance on the soccer field but for her remarkable consistency. She was in fact consistently brilliant.
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Ben Zinn may not have had the longest or most prestigious soccer career of all the the players who have worn the U.S. Jersey. But in terms of a career in academia, Zinn may very well be second to none.
In the 100-year history of U.S. Soccer, few people have had as much of an influence on the Federation's referee program as Angelo Bratsis. In nearly 50 years of involvement in the program, Bratsis started officiating on the amateur fields of New England and worked his way all the way up to the FIFA international panel.
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ussoccer.com continues its “Where Are They Now” series with a look back at the career of former Men’s and Women’s National Team players who made an impact with the program during the Federation’s Centennial. In this edition, ussoccer.com hears from former WNT forward Carin Jennings Gabarra.
ussoccer.com’s “Where Are They Now” series celebrates the Federation’s Centennial by looking back at some of the players who made an impact with the Men’s and Women’s National Team programs. In this piece, ussoccer.com talks to former MNT goalkeeper Arnie Mausser.
ussoccer.com’s “Hidden Caps” series continues with a look at Paul DiBernardo’s appearance with the Men’s National Team, when he took the field alongside his brother Angelo for a friendly in 1985.