U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann sat with ussoccer.com to discuss the roster for the U.S. MNT’s upcoming match against Mexico presented by AT&T on April 2. Klinsmann also touched on Michael Bradley and Maurice Edu’s positive showings in MLS, what Julian Green needs to focus on in this camp and the constant communication he is in with all the National Team players as time winds down until the final 23-man roster for this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil is announced on June 2.
Long-Time Professional Player and Coach in WUSA and WPS Joins Sermanni’s Staff
Jozsef Michna, a longtime FIFA assistant referee and State Referee Administrator in Florida, has received the prestigious Eddie Pearson Award for his years of service with the U.S. Soccer Referee Program. He was recognized at a March 22 ceremony in Chicago.
Anfield may currently be Liverpool’s home but it was their rival Everton’s first stadium, with the Toffees departing after a rent dispute. FIFA.com looks at the history of one of English football’s most iconic stadiums.
Korea Republic, the team everyone wanted to avoid in the AFC Asian Cup draw, have been paired with the hosts Australia.
During a visit to Dushanbe, FIFA President Blatter officially opened Tajikistan’s Year of Grassroots, inaugurated an artificial turf in Dushanbe Central Stadium and laid the first stone of Goal project III.
Ahead of next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, Ottawa’s newly renovated stadium is nearing completion, maintaining the same grounds that hosted matches for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007.
Research suggests that physical activity may protect eyesight as we age.