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The Archive Daily


e pluribus unum

December 15, 2025


American soccer's largest film archive lives in Dave Wasser's guestroom in Austin, TX.

Michelle Akers is FIFA's Player of the Century, yet her story remains untold, Caitlin Murray wants to change that.


Claire Watkins on the scene as NWSL CBA negotiations begin in Chicago

Efra's brace and Pep's late change brings Galaxy a 6th MLS Cup.

Ed Farnsworth's series on the USMNT at the World Cup looks at 1990.

articles of note

Grant Wahl on the NWSL's promotion and relegation plan. Has its time truly come? 

Ball carriers to buildout and attack low blocks? J. Lowery on CB evolution.

Angel City will solve your problems. Beau Dure talks with manager Mark Krikorian.


MLS' & Liga MX' League's Cup is world soccer's best new must-see event, Meg Swanick makes the case.

Pablo Maurer: "America's World Cup success should be measured in affordable access to the game."

MLS signals philosophical change? Paul Tenorio talks with the Commisioner.

On 'a talented, gritty and resilient' USWNT, Meg Linehan wonders about midfield 3.

Florida State solves your problems. B. Dure talks with coach Mark Krikorian.

American professional soccer in the 1890s, who knew? Ed Farnsworth explains.

In Memoriam — Dr. Billy Garrett, USSF Medical Director and NT physician.

In '83, the USSF and NASL fabricated a USMNT. Pablo 

Maurer recalls Team USA.

'US Soccer still doesn't get it as it prepares to fight against equal pay', writes L. Schaerlaekens.

Do American soccer's national leaders care for the common good? 

Anonymous MLS executives: "Fixing major markets more important than expansion".

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