The Western Conference clubs clash looking to put themselves into playoff position.
Friday, July 4, 2014
The World Cup is over for the U.S. national team, and it's time to look at how the team's players and head coach fared in Brazil.
The U.S. goalkeeper had a legendary performance against Belgium, but where does he stand among the all-time American greats?
Thursday, July 3, 2014
The shot-stopper was in stunning form for Jurgen Klinsmann's men, despite their World Cup elimination against Belgium, but he may not appear again on the international stage.
RSL will have World Cup call-ups Kyle Beckerman and Nick Rimando at its disposal in a match between slumping contenders.
After a second-straight exit in the round of 16, it's time for U.S. fans to expect more from their men's national team.
Brad Davis is back from the World Cup for Houston, while New York should have Tim Cahill return to the starting lineup.
The Union look to continue their resurgence with an Independence Day visit to Texas.
The U.S. national team striker says he suffered a grade two hamstring tear and that the timetable for his return was "realistically very late in the tournament."
POTUS says the U.S. national team did the country proud and offered his congratulations to the players.
Landon Donovan decided to join the chorus of critics criticizing Jurgen Klinsmann following the U.S. national team's World Cup exit, and came off sounding bitter.
The Mexican earned his team a vital away win and continued his impressive run of form as San Jose lost its third straight 1-0 game.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Chicago failed to win again, and had to rely on another goal from rookie Harrison Shipp to salvage a point.
With the 2014 World Cup now over for the U.S. national team, it's time to look ahead to the team we could see representing the USA in Russia in four years.
In a matchup of two Eastern Conference teams headed in different directions, both sides will be desperate for a victory.
The U.S. just wrapped up a hard-fought World Cup run, and American fans aren't ready to hear excuses for why their team isn't better. But the future is bright.
The bottom two teams in the Western Conference go head to head on Wednesday night.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
The two players are the two youngest players on the U.S. World Cup team, but on Tuesday night they were two of the most impressive players in the loss to Belgium.
The German expects to be in charge in Russia in four years after his side's dramatic last 16 exit from the World Cup as it lost 2-1 to Belgium after extra time in Salvador.
The veteran goalkeeper nearly kept the U.S. national team's World Cup run alive with a performance for the ages.