Daniel Guzman's job title with the Los Angeles Football Club is head performance coach. He's more of an interactive trainer utilizing online tools.
A two-time women's world player of the year, Carli Lloyd planned to make this year's Tokyo Games her curtain call. Now she'll delay her retirement for a year.
Shutting down La Liga because of the COVID-19 has been embraced by most in the league, but it leaves players to cope with the situation themselves.
U.S. Soccer has named sports agent and former MLS executive William Wilson as CEO and secretary general, replacing the retired Dan Flynn.
For veteran players Sacha Kljestan and Jordan Harvey, the coronavirus outbreak could mean a premature end to their careers if soccer doesn't resume soon.
Major League Soccer's team practice moratorium was extended through March 27 because of the coronavirus; other soccer leagues also made announcements.
Major League Soccer announced Thursday that it will suspend its season another four weeks, to May 10, a delay that figures to push the MLS Cup into December.
Soccer officials voted Tuesday to postponed the European Championships and the Copa America because of the coronavirus pandemic.
LAFC general manager John Thorrington recalls sports being the escape, but with the coronavirus pandemic that escape has been eliminated.