Tag: U.S. Soccer Federation
HERE ARE THE DETAILS: Of U.S. Soccer’s plans for implementing Yates’ 12 participant safety regulations
Jan 30, 2023 | U.S.
U.S. Soccer Monay announced its plans for implementing all 12 of the recommendations made by Sally Q. Yates following her independent investigation into allegations of past abusive behavior and sexual misconduct in women’s professional soccer.Read More
Jan 12, 2023 | Women's National Team
Warner Bros. Discovery Sports will present live soccer coverage of the U.S. women’s national team against New Zealand on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 10 p.m. ET, on HBO Max.Read More
Dec 2, 2022 | Women's National Team
After countless hours of traveling back from the other side of the world, a bunch of travel weary warriors trudged through customs at the International Arrivals Building at JFK Airport Monday, Dec. 2, 1991.Read More
Sep 26, 2022 | U.S.
JT Batson has been named as the new CEO/secretary general of the U.S. Soccer Federation, the organization announced on Monday.Read More
Sep 6, 2022 | Women's National Team
The U.S. women’s national team defeated Nigeria, 2-1m to extend the team’s home unbeaten streak to 71 matches at Audi Field in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday night.Read More
Aug 26, 2022 | U.S.
Regardless of how the U.S. women’s national team fares against its Nigerian counterparts on Sept. 6, it will be an historic night, nonetheless.Read More
The U.S. Soccer Board of Directors conducted its third quarterly meeting of the year on Thursday....Read More
Aug 15, 2022 | Men's National Team
The U.S. Soccer Federation, Soccer United Marketing, Park Stories, and H.wood Media announced Monay they are in production on an all-access docuseries that follows the U.S. men’s national team as it prepares for and compete in the World Cup.Read More
Aug 9, 2022 | U.S.
U.S. Soccer Federation Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer Pinky Raina has been named one of Sports Business Journal’s 2022 Game Changers, the federation announced on Monday.Read More
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