March 3, 2014 NEW LOOK
Nike unveils U.S. National Team kit
The U.S. National will wear a new look jersey that features a polo shirt type collar. Nike unveiled the new uniforms on Monday that the U.S. will wear during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
March 1, 2014 WITHDRAWN
Three dropped from U.S. Roster
CHICAGO - U.S. Men's National Team midfielders Michael Bradley and Mix Diskerud and defender Tim Ream have been withdrawn from the U.S. roster ahead of the start of training camp for the friendly against Ukraine. No replacements will be added.
February 21, 2014 NO. 1 AT THE WORLD CUP
U.S. fans snap up most tickets
The United States has the highest number of allocated tickets among visiting countries for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. A total of 125,465 tickets were distributed to the USA according to FIFA, which released the ticket allocation numbers on Friday.
January 24, 2014 ROSTER CHANGES
Klinsmann makes moves ahead of S. Korea friendly
CHICAGO - U.S. Men's National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has finalized a 22-player roster for the last part of the January camp that will be held at the National Training Center in Carson, Calif. A total of 26 players were part of the group that began training on Jan. 7 in preparation for the match against Korea Republic on Feb. 1 at StubHub Center.
January 3, 2013 GOING CAMPING
26 called to U.S. National Team
CHICAGO---LA Galaxy forward Landon Donovan and defender Omar Gonzlez have been selected by the United States Men’s National Team Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann to participate in the annual January training camp at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. from Jan. 6 – Feb. 1.
December 20, 2013 NINE MORE YEARS
Nike, U.S. Soccer renew partnership
CHICAGO---Nike and the U.S. Soccer Federation have announced a renewal of their partnership that will see the world's leading sports brand design and create the kits for the men's and women's United States teams at every level for nine more years.
December 12, 2013 FOUR MORE YEARS
Klinsmann gets new deal from U.S. Soccer
CHICAGO - The United States Soccer Federation must be happy with what head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has done with the U.S. National Team. After qualifying for the World Cup at the top of CONCACAF, and winning the Gold Cup, Klinsmann has been give a four year contract extension which will take him through 2018.
Not at all. Not at all. Even after getting one tough group -- a Group of Death, more or less, with his native Germany, Portugal and Ghana, U.S. National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann says to bring it on.