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The Murky Partnership Between US Soccer and MLS is Finally Coming...

The United States Soccer Federation announced that it would be parting ways with MLS-owned Soccer United Marketing (SUM) and not renewing their commercial rights...

Lorenzo Insigne and Toronto’s Love for Its Superstars

The latest star to make his move from Europe to MLS, it looks all but certain that Lorenzo Insigne will join Toronto FC this...

Are the USL and MLS Headed Towards an Ugly Divorce?

Major League Soccer recently announced the official launch of its third division league, MLS Next Pro. Set to begin play with 21 teams in...

The Crypto.com Arena Deal Shows How Much the Business of Soccer...

It was recently announced that LA's iconic Staples Center would be getting a new name in time for Christmas: Crypto.com Arena. The 20-year agreement, thought...

Championship-or-Bust Expectations Led to the Downfall of Bob Bradley

In a big city like Los Angeles, with its siren-like call of glitzy Hollywood and seductive promises that seem just within reach, it has...

Face Time: Real Salt Lake’s Confidence in Homegrown Signing Zack Farnsworth

Our Face Time series returns with Real Salt Lake's Zack Farnsworth, who sits down with us to discuss dealing with a season-ending injury, growing...

The Best-Dressed Players Heading Into the 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs

The 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs kick off this weekend, so naturally we get prepared by highlighting the player from each postseason club that's most...

Allowing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Leave Has Been MLS’ Worst Mistake

Prior to his arrival there were months of tabloid speculation. Although the league had moved away from the practice of signing aging stars past...

Analyzing the Latest USMNT Roster, and Debunking the ‘MLS Quota’ Theory

Heading into a vital World Cup qualifying round, USMNT Twitter has voiced its criticism of the current roster, directing most of its ire at...

The Vancouver Whitecaps-Supporting Couch Ultras Take Home Viewing to a New...

With a fantastic array of tifos and an intricate pulley display system, The Couch Ultras bring a stadium-like feel to the comfort of their...

LAFC’s Carlos Vela is a Prime Example of Why the Designated...

The MLS Designated Player Rule allows clubs the ability to sign expensive players without exceeding the team salary budget. First introduced in 2007, the...

My First Year With the LA Galaxy: A Look Behind the...

As the 2021 MLS season comes to a close, we take a look at how three new LA Galaxy players — Jorge Villafaña, Josh...

Casting the Host for the Upcoming MLS Reality TV Show

MLS is soon set to enter the world of reality TV. We take a look at several candidates that would surely make for great...

Inherited Culture: How Wild and Raucous Supporters’ Groups Have Made Their...

A tradition that dates back to the sport's earliest days, organized supporters' groups are one of the most unique and enthralling parts of the...

Will Kyrie Irving’s COVID-19 Vaccine Stance Affect MLS and Other Major...

Kyrie Irving, NBA star of the Brooklyn Nets, has been indefinitely barred from playing or practicing with the team as a result of his...

Second Time’s the Charm: How the Chicago Fire Got Its Latest...

The Chicago Fire officially unveiled a new logo last week, marking the club's second rebrand in two years. But while the first one...

USL Players Are Set to Receive Higher Pay, But How Does...

The USL and its players association reached an agreement in principle on a collective bargaining agreement for the second-division USL Championship. It is being...

Through Art and Apparel, Way Down South is Embracing the Booming...

Started as a product of Atlanta's growing soccer scene, Way Down South's mix of Southern-influenced and eye-catching designs have given it a place within...

Can MLS Avoid the Perils of Over-Expansion?

While it's impossible to deny MLS' recent growth, how much is too much? We take a look at how the league can avoid the...

Inherited Culture: Football Scarves and Their Place in American Soccer

Scarves are a ubiquitous part of soccer culture around the world. We take a look at their origins, and how they have been both...

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