World Cup Preview: How To Watch, When It Starts, FavoritesThe Americans won't be playing in the World Cup, but there's still plenty of good soccer to be watched in the coming weeks.
Soccer Star Hope Solo Says Ex-FIFA Chief Grabbed Her InappropriatelyUS soccer star Hope Solo says former FIFA president Sepp Blatter grabbed her buttocks as they prepared to take the stage at an awards ceremony.
Prosecutor: FIFA Corruption Scandal Affected U.S. BanksA top federal prosecutor says the first sentencing of someone in the U.S. linked to the FIFA world soccer corruption scandal shows that anyone who uses U.S. banks in schemes can face jail time.
If World Cup Returns To US, Miami Wants To Be InvolvedThe major soccer talk in South Florida doesn’t have to be exclusive to David Beckham’s MLS aspirations.
Fueled By Two Morris Goals, US Beats Martinique 3-2 In Gold CupJordan Morris' second goal of the game broke a tie in the 76th minute, and the U.S. edged tiny Martinique 3-2.
US Bounces Back With 4-0 Victory Over Costa RicaThe United States rebounded from its opening loss in Copa America with a convincing 4-0 victory over Costa Rica.
Colombia Scores 2 First-Half Goals, Beats US In Copa OpenerColombia beat the United States 2-0 Friday night in the opener of the Copa America.
U.S. Looks To Build World Cup Buzz At Home In Copa AmericaU.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann realizes full well that a strong Copa America run on home soil could mean much to this country hosting another World Cup.
Colombian Soccer Star Faces Judge For Domestic Violence Charge A Colombian national soccer player accused of domestic violence is set to face a judge Wednesday.
Ex-President Of Honduras Admits To Bribery In FIFA Scandal The former president of Honduras pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges Monday - admitting he solicited hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes as part of the FIFA soccer scandal over broadcast rights.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Hosting Tournament In Florida And TennesseeSome of the best women’s soccer teams in the world are coming to Florida.
FBI Raids Miami Media Company, Possibly In Connection To FIFA ScandalTwo FIFA vice presidents were arrested Thursday on suspicion of bribery as the U.S. Department of Justice struck again at the heart of soccer's scandal-hit governing body.