U.S. Soccer

Head Coach

Jurgen Klinsmann  Jurgen Klinsmann
U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati named Jurgen Klinsmann as head coach of the U.S. Men's National Team on July 29, 2011, making him the 35th coach in the history of the program. Klinsmann has been involved in soccer almost his entire life as a player, coach, television analyst and consultant. As a player, Klinsmann was one of the game's premier forwards and enjoyed a 17-year career that included stints in four major European leagues for a number of clubs, including VfB Stuttgart, Inter Milan, AS Monaco, Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich. One of the most well-known international players of all-time, he earned 108 appearances for Germany and scored 47 goals while helping the team win the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy and the 1996 European Championship. Full Bio >>

MNT Staff

Assistant Coach - Andreas Herzog
Assistant Coach - Tab Ramos
Technical Advisor - Berti Vogts
Goalkeeper Coach  - Russell Payne
Fitness Coach - Masa Sakihana
Chief Scout Europe - Matthias Hamann
Chief Scout North America - Carlos Juarez
Technical Videographer - Troy Bardy
Athletic Trainer - Jim Hashimoto
Athletic Trainer - Niklas Albers
Team Doctor - George Chiampas
Team Administrator - Jon Fleishman
Equipment Manager - Jesse Bignami
Chef - Bryson Billapondo
Press Officer - Michael Kammarman