Brad’s Blog: A Final Gathering Before May 0

Brad’s Blog: A Final Gathering Before May

With all of the turmoil and questions surrounding Ukraine, the fact that the game was moved to Cyprus was better for everyone.  It did leave a lot of last minute planning for U.S. Soccer, but they did a great job of getting everything sorted on such short notice.  With this being the last time that… Read More »

Brad’s Blog: The Festive Period in England 0

Brad’s Blog: The Festive Period in England

I hope everyone had a great holiday season and is enjoying a fresh start to 2014! Being a footballer in England during the Christmas and New Year period does not allow for the usual time of relaxing on the couch, feasting on great food and spending time with family and friends.  This time of the… Read More »

Brad’s Blog: A Brief on the 2013 Hex 0

Brad’s Blog: A Brief on the 2013 Hex

Another year in the books and another World Cup qualified for.  It has been a long and trying hex, but to finish the qualifying campaign top of the group and tied for the most points ever by a US team, feels unbelievable!  After the loss in Honduras, many people questioned if we were good enough… Read More »

Brad’s Blog: The Draw 0

Brad’s Blog: The Draw

Now that everyone has had a few days to let the World Cup draw settle, I wanted to give my thoughts on what transpired.  First, as I was sitting on my sofa in England, I had an anxious excitement about the entire draw.  It’s the feeling of knowing that at some point the USA would… Read More »

Allen’s Blog: Memories of 2013 0

Allen’s Blog: Memories of 2013

In our last U.S. Men’s National Team camp of 2013 in Scotland and Austria, I asked the players what was their favorite moment or memory of the year. Of course team moments like winning the 2013 Gold Cup, 2014 World Cup qualification, including winning the Hex and another ‘Dos a Cero’ against Mexico, were consistently… Read More »

US SOCCER — U.S. Women’s National Team Head Coach Tom Sermanni 0

US SOCCER — U.S. Women’s National Team Head Coach Tom Sermanni

In this video clip, ussoccer.com hears from Pia Sundhage’s successor, Tom Sermanni, after his announcement as head coach for the U.S. Women’s National Team.  Sermanni talks about his goals for the job, what drew him to the USA and how he plans to build on the success the team has had over the years.  Kwik… Read More »

University of Tennessee’s Field Day, Kwik Goal Anchoring Demo 0

University of Tennessee’s Field Day, Kwik Goal Anchoring Demo

This past September, Dr. John Sorochan, Associate Professor of Turfgrass Science at the University of Tennessee, led a Field Day on goal anchoring.  This demonstration emphasized the importance of ensuring a safe soccer field environment to field managers and field maintenance workers through the use of Kwik Goal anchors for all types of playing surfaces. … Read More »

US Soccer – 2012-13 Academy Outlook: Improvement in Everyday Environment 0

US Soccer – 2012-13 Academy Outlook: Improvement in Everyday Environment

In this video clip from ussoccer.com, U.S. Soccer Director of Scouting, Tony Lepore, talks about the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s impact on the steadily improving environment for developing young soccer players in the United States.  He talks about increasing training hours and improving and focusing style of play.  Kwik Goal is proud to be the… Read More »

Canadian Men’s National Soccer Team Training Video 0

Canadian Men’s National Soccer Team Training Video

Kwik Goal’s media team flew down to sunny Florida to observe how Kwik Goal equipment was incorporated into training sessions by the Canadian Men’s National Team. These sessions were prior to a successful pair of World Cup Qualifying Matches in November.  The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its membership and its partners, provides leadership… Read More »