For the first time ever in Atlanta United history, the 5 Stripes move on to the Conference Finals of the 2018 MLS Playoffs.
In stunning fashion, Atlanta took control of their own fate when it was crunch time.
Already coming in hot with a 1-0 score after leaving Yankee Stadium, Tata Martino's
Interim Head Coach of the US Men's National Team, Dave Sarachan, announced his 28-man lineup for the upcoming friendlies in November against England and Italy.
No real surprises in between the three posts. Newly crowned MLS Goalkeeper of the Year, Zack Steffen, makes another appearance on the roster list.
After a scrappy 1-0 win, Atlanta United head back to the Benz to finish the job against New York City FC.
After the match that shall not be named (against Toronto FC), speculation was made that there was no true substitute for Almiron and what he provides to keep the 5
New York City find themselves in their best form as they host a deflated Atlanta United team for the East Semifinals of the 2018 MLS Playoffs.
After a seemingly effortless win, David Villa’s men proved to be too much for the Philadelphia Union as they grabbed a spot in the Semifinals
With Almiron and Villalba both out in what was one of the less exciting ATL UTD home matches, the 5 Stripes pulled off a victory against the Chicago Fire last Sunday.
Finally playing at the Benz again after a series of road games, Atlanta United clinched their CONCACAF Champions League 2019
In a 4-2 match that ended with the USMNT hanging on by fingertips, Sarachan's men get ready to take on their next South American World Cup participants, Peru.
It was none other than the face of the Colombian National Team himself, James Rodriguez, who opened up the score in Thursday night's
With Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams and Weston Mckennie out of the picture due to injuries, The United States has a tall task ahead of them.
Interim Head Coach Dave Sarachan has called back Brad Guzan (Atlanta United) and Michael Bradley (Toronto F.C.) up to represent the U.S. in order to make up