The US Soccer Federation has huge cash assets but it may need to drain that fund with lawsuits looming, and the men’s team in need of revival
In 2000, the US Soccer Federation was on shaky financial ground. A couple of business plans list ambitious ideas to build the sport in America while reining in expenses to balance against projected revenues around of $30. The effort worked, and the sport’s American overseers doubled their assets to $14m.
As of March 2018, according to the Form 990 filing...
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