The United Bid of Canada, Mexico, and the United States was selected to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ earlier today by the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow.
Today the nation celebrates #GivingTuesday, a special holiday after Thanksgiving that reminds people to give back by donating to causes they care about.
Be a leader and join U.S. Soccer's Fan Council today!
U.S. Soccer's National Council approved a by-law amendment that gives those in U.S. Soccer's Membership Program (officially referred to in the by-laws as Individual Sustaining Members) a vote on the Federation's National Council.
Four of the top five ranked teams in the world come to the northeast as the USA hosts Germany, France and England in three doubleheaders; two U.S. Games on FS1, match vs. England on FOX
Tickets were assigned through a lottery system, and the applicants will be informed of their application status by 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday.
For the fifth consecutive World Cup Qualifying cycle, the U.S. Soccer Federation has selected Columbus, Ohio, to host its biggest match outside of a World Cup and one of the biggest international rivalries in international soccer.
U.S. Soccer Members are invited to attend the U.S. Women’s National Team public training sessions on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio (6:30 p.m.) and on Sept. 17 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta (6 p.m.).
Members can receive up to two complimentary field-level passes to watch training. On-field space is very limited and available on a first-come first-served bases. If you are not a member and would like to receive field passes, join by Thursday, Sept. 8 at 7pm ET.
Members, the last day to RSVP for field passes is Monday, Sept. 12 at 7pm ET!
U.S. MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY HISTORIC FRIENDLY AGAINST CUBA ON OCT. 7 IN HAVANA
U.S. WNT WILL FACE THAILAND AND THE NETHERLANDS IN FIRST TWO GAMES AFTER 2016 OLYMPICS.
Thank you to everyone who has come out and supported the MNT during the Copa America Centenario. Many Members have attended the first two games and we know you will be there all the way with the team.
There are more games to come, but we wanted to provide a quick update on how we’ll be counting caps for these matches.
We’ve sorted through our data and have the first look at Caps! All you need to do is go here and search for your email address.
The total number of Caps and Years will be listed along with the specific matches we have on record.
PLEASE NOTE: Only Members who were active at the Star Level or higher when the Supporters Club ended (on Jan. 24, 2016) are eligible to count past Caps.
As we explained previously, linking Members to their past Caps is challenging. Tickets for National Team matches have been sold from a great variety of sources, some with more complete and usable records than others. We know there are holes in our data.
If you have been to matches we don’t have on record, all you need to do is let us know and provide some proof. That proof can take many forms - ticket receipts, email confirmations, even photos of you at the game! We want you to get the credit you deserve.
To request credit for past matches, submit your evidence to firstname.lastname@example.org. We expect a high volume of requests, so please be patient as we add caps to your records. No caps will be added in advance of the MNT match on Feb. 29 in Columbus, Ohio.
There has been a ton of interest and excitement about Membership status and the methods by which we will be calculating status – Caps and Years. With lots of interest also comes lots of questions! Here is what’s happening currently and will be happening in the future regarding Caps: