Hear Bill McDermott's Reaction to U.S. Soccer's Devastating DefeatMcDermott brought up a chilling fact for American soccer fans, "the United States won't play in a World Cup game until June of 2022."
USMNT Fails To Qualify For World CupTrinidad & Tobago shocks Americans with 2-1 win
Nashville Mayor Announces MLS Stadium ProposalFunding package would include $200 million in bonds for facility and $25 million for infrastructure
St. Louis Native, US Soccer Prodigy Josh Sargent to Sign Pro Contact in GermanyAfter Josh Sargent turns 18 in February he will sign a professional contract with German Bundesliga side SV Werder Bremen.
St. Louis' Josh Sargent Named Best Youth Soccer Player in the USIn the span of 2 months Josh Sargent, of St. Louis Scott Gallagher, quickly became the most exciting young soccer talent in the country.
New Hope For St. Louis SoccerVaccaro, of St. Louis' 23rd Ward, says soccer supporters, who narrowly lost a tax hike proposal in April, aren't giving up. He's hearing the deal might blend private money with a tax break from the city, and some type of land giveaway to build the stadium.
Miami Moves Closer to MLS Expansion FranchiseSoccer commissioner Don Garber discussed David Beckham's bid at pre-All Star Game news conference.
LISTEN: Kerber Meets South African Man Who's Changing Lives For Disadvantaged YouthBent Steinhage started an afternoon soccer program for just 8 kids, which has grown into a 120-member youth soccer club.
Pioneer U.S. Women's Soccer Coach DiesSt. Louisan Becky Sauerbrunn , a Team USA defender, recognizes Tony DiCicco's legacy
Stunning Early Goal Helps US to 1-1 Tie in World Cup Qualifier vs MexicoThe crowd of 81,000 at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City was stunned after the US took the lead six minutes into the match.
US Advances to Quarterfinals at U-20 World Cup, Sargent Scores AgainSt. Louisan Josh Sargent scored his fourth of the tournament, and is tied for first in the race for the Golden Boot.
St. Louis FC Back in Soccer Park After FloodsFor the first time since April 22, the St. Louligans will be back in their corner at Soccer Park Friday night as St. Louis FC plays its first home game since the last month's flood.