Year: 2017

» December 29, 2017

In the first big blockbuster move of the offseason, the National Women’s Soccer League has announced a trade between Sky Blue FC and Utah Royals FC. One last big move […]

» December 21, 2017

U.S. Soccer has announced the scheduling and venues for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. It's back. The third annual #SheBelievesCup goes down this March » https://t.co/L1LSNlDAm6 Who's ready? pic.twitter.com/ppcEpPOE3n — U.S. […]

» December 20, 2017

U.S. Soccer has announced that eight candidates who submitted documentation to enter the presidential race have met the requirements to stand for election. To be placed on the ballot, candidates […]

» December 19, 2017

The National Women’s Soccer League off-season is in full swing, and it’s been lit. While teams around the league have hired a new manager, rebranded, or re-signed players for the […]

» December 15, 2017

Emma Bayer is an 11 year old who will be doing a recurring interview series for Backline Soccer. You can find more out about how Emma got in to soccer […]

» December 14, 2017

Discussion around who will succeed Sunil Gulati as the next President of U.S Soccer has been intense, particularly since the current president announced that he would not be running for […]

» December 14, 2017

The TSR hosts talk about Hope Solo running for USSF president and the Harvey/Utah/FCKC debacle. Plus they answer viewers questions on the NWSL and USWNT. – Where to find the hosts […]

» December 13, 2017

For a little over a month now women’s soccer within the United States has gone completely rogue. It seems like every day I wake up and look at Twitter and […]

» December 11, 2017

To the average fan of US Soccer, the job of president is defined primarily by big decisions on high profile issues. Who should be the head coach? How should money […]

» December 11, 2017

In the early hours of Friday morning Hope Solo announced her candidacy for US Soccer Federation President. She isn’t the right person for the job. In fact, she is the […]

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