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Bruce Arena is out after US fails to qualify for the World Cup

Arena resigned from his position as manager after an embarrassing loss to Trinidad & Tobago shut the door on the Americans' World Cup aspirations

Fox paid $200 million to outbid ESPN for the 2018 World Cup TV rights, and now it looks like a disaster

With the United States missing the 2018 World Cup, it's possible that Fox drastically overbid for the rights to broadcast the biggest tournament in sports.

A phantom goal that helped knock the United States out of the World Cup never should have counted

While the United States sealed their own fate by losing to Trinidad & Tobago, the Americans could have made the tournament if not for a phantom goal by Panama

The United States is out of the 2018 World Cup with embarrassing loss

With control of their own destiny, the United States Men's National Team weren't able to do enough to secure a ticket to the 2018 World Cup.

Football: Reykjavik in party mood as Iceland reach first World Cup

REYKJAVIC - Iceland's soccer supporters were in raptures on Monday (Oct 9) as they celebrated in the capital and across the country after the...

What the US Men’s National Team needs to qualify for the World Cup

A win against Panama on Friday night would all but assure the USMNT's ticket to the 2018 World Cup, but their chances fall to almost a coin toss with a loss

Alexi Lalas blasts US Men’s National Team after disappointing results in World Cup qualification

The U.S. Men's National Team defensemen turned commentator had some harsh words for the current iteration of the team fighting to qualify for the 2018 World Cup

After draw with Honduras, US Men’s National Team still has work to do to qualify for the World Cup

Bobby Wood played hero, netting a late goal to secure a critical point in the Hex, but the US still have a ways to go to secure their ticket to Russia 2018

Facebook, Snap, and Twitter are bidding tens of millions to host World Cup clips on their platforms

Fox paid $400 million (£310 million) for multiyear World Cup rights, according to The New York Times.