USSF is the United Stated Soccer Federation. This is the national association affiliated with FIFA and which fields the US national team. There is also MLS, which stands for Major League Soccer, and is the foremost league for professional soccer in the United States.
MLS=Major League Soccer us mens national team=USMNT
The MLS is the professional league in the United States and it stands for Major League Soccer.
The top flight is MLS, Major League Soccer.
NIDDK is a common acronym for the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. This organization is part of the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Major Leauge Soccer, MLS. If you're gonna be a real fan, support the NY Red Bulls. If you're a fair weathered one, try Seatlle Sounders or LA Galaxy
By pro I guess you mean MLS which is the first tier of American soccer, in that case it's 15 teams.
The German American Bund
Strictly-speaking, CONMEBOL is not an acronym but a blended word or portmanteau for CONfederación sudaMEricana de FútBOL, FIFA's South American confederation of football (soccer in the US).
The acronym is US SEC.
Some acronyms for U.S. Pro Soccer would include the USSF which stands for the United States Soccer Federation and there are also three professional soccer league divisions under the United States Soccer Federation. Division I, the strongest and highest division, is made up of teams from MLS or Major League Soccer. Division II is made up of teams from the NASL or the North American Soccer League. Division III, the weakest and lowest division, is made up of teams from the USL Pro, or United Soccer Leagues Professional Division.
One can become a pro in soccer by joining a team around the area of residence. Then do a lot of practice.
On the national team you need to be 50% american. if you're talking about club teams, no.
In America baseball players get more money. In the world soccer players get more money. I know a great soccer player who plays in Barcalona was offered 100,000,00 pounds. That means that in the US that would equel 200,000,000 pounds.
The acronym may mean "by us for us" and may be a misstatement of the acronym FUBU.
During World War 2, women in the Army were called WACs, and acronym of Women Army Corps.
The US Pro Life movement supports the legal prohibition or restriction of abortion. This movement includes more than one organization, and hope to make elective abortions illegal.
When she became a pro- women's soccer player. or, perhaps when she retired and was recognized as one of the most well- known women's soccer players in the US.
In the US' top pro league the average salary is around $90k annually. For the Premiership (England) pay is around $100k/month.
No, it is an acronym