It will not be easy for the Americans next year in Brazil.
He was a Philadelphia Union original, and now he sits in the broadcasters’ booth at PPL Park.
A perfect three-for-three for the US National Team, and the Philadelphia Union gets a new goalkeeper.
The USA are at the top of the qualifying group and are very close to booking their trip to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
McInerney talks about his strong start in the 2013 campaign and his partnership with fellow forward Sébastien Le Toux.
He was named MLS “Peformer of the Week,” and voted by online fans onto the EA Sports FIFA 13 Ultimate Team of the Week.
The KYW Philly Soccer Show this week comes on the heels of an exciting match at PPL Park, which saw the Union come back from a 4-1 deficit at the half to achieve a draw.
Former US National Team player and ESPN commentator Alexi Lalas is on the show to discuss new USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann, the Union’s tough week, and the Independence clinching a playoff berth.
Havertown native Sinead Farrelly was the #2 overall pick in this year’s WPS draft, taken by the Independence. The midfielder has played in 12 of 13 games for Philadelphia in this her first season, making 11 starts.
Local soccer fans gathered around TVs over lunch today to watch the US women’s World Cup team beat France and head to Sunday’s championship match.
Grant is one of the top soccer writers in America (and a onetime FIFA presidential candidate), and he shares his insight into the game.
Philadelphia Union coach John Hackworth joins KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch.
A group that helps New Jersey residents who have Tourette Syndrome is holding a fundraising raffle that organizers hope will be a big hit with soccer fans.
Fran Crippen was remembered as a swimmer whose “passion and dream” was to represent the United States in the Olympics.
by KYW’s Mike Dougherty Eyes throughout the world were glued to the TV on Sunday as Spain needed extra time to beat the Netherlands 1-0 in soccer’s biggest game (see related story).