The future of soccer in the United States is looking brighter than ever. With the 2026 World Cup being partially hosted by the US, the MLS continuing to grow in popularity, and international leagues such as the Premier League, Ligue 1, La Liga and the Bundesliga investing in US media rights, soccer is becoming an increasingly important part of sports culture in the US. The new soccer ball equipped with chips, sensors and cameras will be a useful tool for coaches and referees, while broadcasters will benefit from new camera angles. College football will be at its peak when the World Cup begins in late November, but interest in international football matches is on the rise.
The success of former MLS coaches in major European leagues has demonstrated how the MLS has improved as a league. The soccer app hosts all the action and includes real-time statistics, live commentary, views, geolocated content, replays and membership services. All these factors point to a very exciting future for soccer in the US.