In 1999 the United States advanced through the first round from a group that included Brazil and Germany.
The idea that the United States team at the 1930 World Cup included a group of British ringers is one of the longest-standing pieces of fiction in American soccer.
The what cup? Roger Allaway explains.
In its day, which lasted from 1925 to 1963, the Lewis Cup was one of the biggest events in American soccer.
SASH Session on Friday, Dec. 8 at 12 pm ET with Donald Wine: “Black American Soccer History is American Soccer History” Updated with video
Wine is on the national board of the American Outlaws, the largest supporters group for the U.S. national teams.
The U.S. Open Cup once did a great deal to widen the horizons of American soccer.
The United States’ 2-0 upset of Mexico in the semifinals of the 1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup seems to have been largely forgotten.
The Soccer History USA podcast series is now available on SASH’s podcasting platform.
The American Football Association was only the second “national” football association to be formed outside the British Isles, following one in Canada.
In making the Graham Guides freely available, SASH hopes to spark scholarship in a vital period of US soccer history.
SASH Sessions are now available in podcast format from all major podcast distributors including Apple, Google, Spotify, and Amazon.
The Quarterfinal match against Germany may have been the best match on the USWNT’s path to the championship at the 1999 Women’s World Cup.
It is often said that the United States doesn’t have a distinct national style of playing soccer.
On the sudden departure of Dettmar Cramer as head coach of the USMNT in 1975.
Baker holds the title of the first European first-division player ever to play for the United States men’s national team.
Roger Allaway looks at how the New York Cosmos became “The Cosmos!” in 1977.
SASH Session Tuesday, August 8 at 8 PM ET: Live from the Women’s World Cup with Jen Cooper and Declan Abernathy Updated with Video
Jen Cooper and Declan Abernathy will join us from Australia to talk about the Women’s World Cup.
Three replays and lots of mud in the 1914 American Cup quarterfinal between Bethlehem Steel and West Hudson.