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Faced with their own lofty expectations, following last year's no-show by the US men's team and now embroiled in a legal challenge regarding pay equity, the American women's squad arrives to the 2019 Fifa Women's Cup with much on their shoulders. Randy Williams reports.

Organisers of the joint US-Canada-Mexico bid have promised a record $11bn profit for Fifa but anti-US sentiment globally has put a once-certain bid in real jeopardy. 

The dust has settled, and Carlos Cordeiro has decisively won the election for US Soccer president. Here's how it happened.

SportBusiness International reviews the slate of candidates in the hotly-contested race to succeed Sunil Gulati as US Soccer Federation president.

Events – the USA's World Cup qualification debacle, the football federation's presidential election and two lower-league clubs bringing a case against Fifa to CAS – have conspired to put promotion and relegation back on the MLS agenda. Frank Dunne reports.  

The nine franchises which make up the National Women’s Soccer League in the US are considering breaking with the United States Soccer Federation to become completely commercially autonomous.

Dan Flynn is officially leaving his role as chief executive of the United States Soccer Federation on September 16, the governing body has announced

The United States men’s national team has jumped to the defence of the women's team in their battle with the US Soccer Federation for equal pay and working conditions.

The United States women's national team's ongoing battle for equal pay and working conditions took another twist when US Soccer Federation (USSF) president Carlos Cordeiro published an open letter on July…