11 June 2014 0 Comments

Ching writes article for Houston Chronicle: “Soccer engaging Americans like never before”

  Article excerpt: With every World Cup since the United States hosted the tournament in 1994, media attention and national soccer interest have grown steadily. After every tournament, there is a residual boost to the soccer landscape in American sports. Soccer is growing in this country, like it or not, and will become one of […]

10 June 2014 0 Comments

“The House that Ching Built 2” is dedicated

The Garcia-Andrade children will be united when they move into their home as a complete family unit. Alexandra Garcia-Andrade and her husband, Johnny Andrade, have been working very hard to get her nieces out of foster care. With 6 children of their own, and already living in a small house, it was almost impossible to […]

23 May 2014 0 Comments

Houston Chronicle: “More than one lifestyle change for Brian Ching”

Article excerpt: Brian Ching wore short pants to work for 13 years as a professional soccer player. Now the 35-year-old former Houston Dynamo superstar wears a suit and tie and works 9-to-5 as managing director of the new Houston Dash women’s soccer team. “There are a lot of things I miss about being a player. […]

3 May 2014 0 Comments

LA Times: “Brian Ching made World Cup team but only got a front-row seat”

Article excerpt: In the last four World Cups only three other U.S. players, excluding goalkeepers, failed to get off the bench in their only tournament appearance. And though Ching’s trial left him disheartened it didn’t make him bitter. “I had a great experience,” Ching says. “Just being there and being a part of it was […]