World Cup

21 January 4:29 pm

LA Galaxy Homegrown Player Bradford Jamieson IV played the hero with a late goal that put the U.S. Under-20 national team through to the U-20 CONCACAF Championship playoff stage. 

The young American squad struggled offensively throughout the match with Jamieson even having a chance saved off the line in the 49th minute. However, Jamieson came through in the end as he found himself on the end of a Paul Arriola cross after a U.S. breakaway that gave Tab Ramos' squad second place in Group A. The Americans finish second in Group A behind Panama. 

"I'm very excited obviously. A lot of us put our heads together and we won the game," Jamieson told Fox Sports after the match. "In the end, I think that we were rewarded for our hard work."

The U.S. will now play either Honduras or El Salvador on Jan. 24 with a spot in the this summer's U-20 World Cup on the line. 

08 January 6:11 pm

In a special LA Galaxy Insider Breakdown, I look at how the LA Galaxy's new signing of Liverpool FC midfield can benefit the team and just where he'll fit.

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05 January 8:14 am

LA Galaxy Homegrown Player Bradford Jamieson IV has been named to the U.S. U-20 head coach Tab Ramos' 20-man roster for the 2015 U-20 CONCACAF Championship in Jamaica. 

After being drawn into Group A, U.S. will open the tournament on Jan. 9 against Guatemala before facing Panama on Jan. 11, Aruba on Jan. 14, the host nation Jamaica on Jan. 18, and finally Trinidad and Tobago on Jan. 21. Only four countries will qualify from the tournament for the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand. 

Jamieson joins the team after playing a major role for USL PRO side LA Galaxy II and making his professional debut for the Galaxy in July 2014. The 18-year-old is among six players who will represent MLS clubs and is the second with an LA Galaxy link, joining former Galaxy Academy product Paul Arriola who is currently with Liga MX side Club Tijuana. 

The complete roster is below.

GK: Ethan Horvath (Molde/NOR); Zack Steffen (Freiburg/GER)
 
D: Cameron Carter-Vickers (Tottenham Hotspur/ENG); Conor Donovan (NC State); Matt Miazga (New York Red Bulls); Shaquell Moore (Unattached); John Requejo (Club Tijuana/MEX); Tyler Turner (Orlando City)
 
M: Fernando Arce (Club Tijuana/MEX); Russell Canouse (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim/GER); Lynden Gooch (Sunderland/ENG); Emerson Hyndman (Fulham/ENG); Junior Flores (Borussia Dortmund/GER); Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas)
 
F: Paul Arriola (Club Tijuana/MEX); Romain Gall (Columbus Crew SC); Bradford Jamieson IV (LA Galaxy); Amando Moreno (Club Tijuana/MEX); Ben Spencer (Molde/NOR); Tommy Thompson (San Jose Earthquakes)
28 December 1:47 pm

LA Galaxy Homegrown Player Bradford Jamieson IV is among 21 players named to the U.S. Under-20 squad's pre-World Cup qualifying training camp in which began on Sunday. Jamieson was also chosen by head coach Tab Ramos to the team's 35-man preliminary roster from which he will select 20 for the CONCACAF U-20 Championship. 

Ramos will name his 20 man roster for the tournament on Jan. 2 with the camp running until Jan. 5. The U.S. squad will kick off the U-20 Championship on Jan. 9 against host nation Jamaica in Kingston. 

“I am looking forward to our last camp leading into U-20 World Cup qualifying, and there will be some very difficult selections in what we think is a very competitive, deep and united pool of players,” said Ramos in a statement on USSoccer.com. “They have performed well together over the past 18 months.”

The complete rosters for both the training camp and the preliminary roster are below.

35-man Provisional Roster:

GOALKEEPERS (3): Jeff Caldwell (Virginia), Ethan Horvath (Molde FK), Zack Steffen (SC Freiburg)

DEFENDERS (12): Michael Amick (UCLA), Cameron Carter-Vickers (Tottenham Hotspur), Conor Donovan (N.C. State), Chase Gasper (UCLA), Luis Martir (Chivas Guadalajara), Matt Miazga (New York Red Bulls), Shaquell Moore (Unattached), Chris Odoi-Atsem (Maryland), Erik Palmer-Brown (Sporting Kansas City), Tommy Redding (Orlando City), John Requejo (Club Tijuana), Tyler Turner (Orlando City)

MIDFIELDERS (12): Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Fernando Arce (Club Tijuana), Corey Baird (Stanford), Russell Canouse (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Marco Delgado (Toronto FC), Luis Felipe (Cruzeiro), Junior Flores (Borussia Dortmund), Romain Gall (Columbus Crew SC), Lynden Gooch (Sunderland), Emerson Hyndman (Fulham), Zach Pfeffer (Philadelphia Union), Joel Soñora (CA Boca Juniors)

FORWARDS (8): Paul Arriola (Club Tijuana), Bradford Jamieson IV (LA Galaxy), Amando Moreno (Club Tijuana), Alex Muyl (Georgetown), Andrija Novakovich (Reading), Rubio Rubin (FC Utrecht), Ben Spencer (Indy Eleven), Tommy Thompson (San Jose Earthquakes)

21-man Camp Roster:

GOALKEEPERS (2): Horvath, Steffen

DEFENDERS (7): Donovan, Gasper, Martir, Miazga, Moore, Requejo, Turner

MIDFIELDERS (7): Acosta, Arce, Canouse, Delgado, Flores, Gall, Gooch

FORWARDS (5): Arriola, Jamieson IV, Moreno, Spencer, Thompson

19 December 9:17 am

Retired LA Galaxy forward Landon Donovan received a lifetime achievement award from Univision during their Premios Unvision Deportes which aired on Thursday night. 

A visibly emotional Donovan was presented the award by MLS commissioner Don Garber while presenters Ivan Kasanzew and Enrique “Perro” Bermudez showed Donovan a video of fans from across the country thanking him for his soccer exploits.  The MLS and U.S. Soccer scoring leader then went on to give a speech in which he thanked several including the kids that he grew up playing soccer with who helped inspire him to learn Spanish. 

Although the video is entirely in Spanish, it's worth a watch given how emotional Donovan became at receiving such a distinct honor. 

Check it out above.

19 November 5:15 pm

On this day in 1989, former LA Galaxy defender Paul Caligiuri scored one of the most famous goals in U.S. national team history with a spectacular volley against Trinidad & Tobago in Port of Spain. The goal helped the USA qualify for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy, their first finals in 40 years.

28 October 1:47 pm

The 2014 FIFA World Cup ended just a few months ago, but FIFA has already shifted gears for the next tournament in 2018 in Russia by unveiling the logo for the tournament. 

Check it out above.

10 October 10:19 am

Landon Donovan will take the field for a final time for the U.S. National Team on Friday in their match against Ecuador and as part of the celebration, ESPN has released a special never before seen Donovan-centric 'This is SportsCenter" commercial. 

In the video, Donovan shows off his funny side by playing a joke on SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt. 

Check it out below.

08 October 9:16 am

Landon Donovan will make his final appearance for the U.S. National Team on Friday during the national team's match against Ecuador, but before his final farewell, many are rushing to honor the greatest American soccer player ever. 

In the lead up to the match against Ecuador, U.S. Soccer created the following compliation video of Donovan's accomplishments with the USMNT which is narrated by the U.S. great as well as many others. Be sure to carve out some time before watching because the walk down memory lane is sure to be a fun and emotional one. 

Check it out above. 

12 August 7:25 am

Foot Locker has tried to make viral gold with their new "Short Memory" series featuring NBA star James Harden and in their latest episode, they feature LA Galaxy star Landon Donovan. 

In the video, Donovan doesn't remember the fact that he was omitted from the U.S. National Team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and repeatedly refers to himself as the team's captain. It's worth mentioning that Donovan has never been the captain for the USMNT over a prolonged period of time.