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Nov 09, 2019
US Women's National Team granted class status in equal pay lawsuit against country's football federationThe US Women's national team won a key court ruling in its equal pay lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation when a California court granted class certification to players.
Oct 19, 2019
Megan Rapinoe enjoys spotlight after helping US women's team clinch second World Cup title, focuses on football pay fight"It's very surreal to say the least," Rapinoe said. "Downtime? When I sleep, that's my only rest time. It's mostly good stuff, so hard to complain."
Mar 01, 2019
CONMEBOL chief Alejandro Dominguez rejects USSF proposal for intercontinental tournament, cites Copa America overlap as reasonCarlos Cordeiro, the head of the US Soccer Federation, had written to the 10 federations that make up CONMEBOL offering to stage the new event featuring the best teams from North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean
Feb 27, 2019
USSF president Carlos Cordeiro sends letter to CONMEBOL football federations in bid launch new international tournamentCONCACAF, the governing body responsible for football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean, welcomed the USSF proposal, saying the event would complement its own regional championship, the Gold Cup
Mar 20, 2018
Joint bid for 2026 FIFA World Cup won't be hampered by anti-USA sentiment, say North American football chiefsThe joint USA-Canada-Mexico bid has long been viewed as the favourite to stage the FIFA World Cup, which will expand to 48 teams for the 2026 finals.
Feb 11, 2018
Carlos Cordeiro pips Hope Solo, others to be elected as President of United States Soccer FederationCordeiro, a Harvard-educated former investment banker, came through a crowded field of eight contenders to win on a third ballot at the USSF's annual meeting in Orlando.
Feb 09, 2018
United States Soccer Federation to vote for new president months after failure to qualify for 2018 FIFA World CupFour months after the United States' shock failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the inquest into what went wrong continues to dog American soccer.