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D.C. United rallies twice to draw with Lionel Messi-less Inter Miami

The Argentine icon won't make his Inter Miami debut until later this month, but United couldn't nab three points against his new team Saturday at Audi Field. → Read More

Alex Morgan and Lindsey Horan named USWNT captains for World Cup

When Horan and Morgan are on the field at the same time, Horan will wear the captain’s armband. → Read More

D.C. United’s Lewis O’Brien likely returning to England

O'Brien is expected to make his Audi Field farewell Saturday against Inter Miami. → Read More

Taxi Fountas’s second-half strike gives D.C. United rare win at FC Dallas

Fountas converted in the 73rd minute to give United its first win at Dallas since 2007. → Read More

Another Jesús Ferreira hat trick powers USMNT to another Gold Cup rout

Ferreira notched his second hat trick in as many games, a first in program history, as the U.S. men cruised past Trinidad and Tobago to close group play. → Read More

First half damages D.C. United this time in 2-0 loss at Nashville SC

A week after impressing in the opening 45 minutes against MLS-best FC Cincinnati, United sputtered before halftime and ended up getting shut out. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe, Rose Lavelle address injury concerns as World Cup nears

Lavelle and Rapinoe, who each scored in the 2019 final against the Netherlands, have been nursing knee and calf injuries, respectively. → Read More

D.C. United erupts in first half against MLS-best FC Cincinnati

United gets three goals from unlikely sources before intermission, coasts to a 3-0 victory at home. → Read More

The U.S. World Cup roster mixes veteran leadership and youthful verve

Vlatko Andonovski’s selections included two of the game’s most exciting young players, 21-year-old Trinity Rodman and 18-year-old Alyssa Thompson. → Read More

D.C. United’s Mohanad Jeahze out for the season with an ankle injury

The Swedish native posted two assists in the opener and started five games before injuries and a legal issue interrupted his first MLS season. → Read More

Powered by Gio Reyna, USMNT beats Canada to retain Nations League title

The 20-year-old set up a pair of goals as the U.S. men defended their championship with a 2-0 win in Las Vegas. → Read More

As U.S. players laud rehiring of Gregg Berhalter, they want to lift a trophy

After the chaos of a contentious win over Mexico and the rehiring of their old coach, the U.S. men will clash with Canada for the Nations League title Sunday. → Read More

Becky Sauerbrunn, captain of U.S. women’s national team, to miss World Cup

Veteran center back becomes the fourth notable player to be ruled out of this summer's tournament in Australia and New Zealand. → Read More

After a chaotic moment in U.S. soccer, Gregg Berhalter gets a second chance

Berhalter, 49, agreed to a contract through the 2026 World Cup. → Read More

Christian Pulisic scores twice to lift U.S. to contentious win over Mexico

The United States frustrated rival Mexico at every turn in a heated clash in Nevada to score a 3-0 win and advance to Sunday's Nations League final against Canada. → Read More

Gregg Berhalter set to return as USMNT coach after off-the-field turmoil

Berhalter, 49, is in final negotiations to sign a new contract after leading the United States to the World Cup round of 16. → Read More

For USMNT’s Folarin Balogun, just a rivalry game and a mountain of hopes

Amid great expectations, Arsenal striker poised to make his national team debut in Concacaf Nations League semifinal against Mexico. → Read More

USMNT names 16 MLS players to Concacaf Gold Cup roster

A European-heavy USMNT squad is preparing for the Nations League, which kicks off Thursday in greater Las Vegas. → Read More

D.C. United loses its way in the second half as it falls in Atlanta

The hosts scored early in the second half and handed D.C. its fifth straight defeat in the series. → Read More

What Lionel Messi, soccer’s transcendent star, will mean for MLS

No one of his generation — or perhaps ever — plays the game like Messi, a mesmerizing dribbler who scores and facilitates goals with artistry and panache. → Read More