Month: July 2017

» July 31, 2017

Is the job of the referee to pass moral judgment or to call the game by the book? This might seem an obvious question, but it turns out to be […]

» July 31, 2017

The Portland Thorns is a team that has every advantage in the world. Their team makeup reads flawlessly. Their individual player résumés appear as though they were plagiarized, they are […]

» July 29, 2017

The first round of the UEFA Women’s Euros is officially over. With the quarterfinals set, we’re taking a look back at the group stage, and breaking down the winners and […]

» July 29, 2017

You know that saying “it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish?” Well that certainly was the case for the United States against Australia on Thursday night in Seattle […]

» July 29, 2017

Backline Soccer Recap: The Unknown International: Nahomi Kawasumi – In her weekly series, Allison Carey shines the spotlight this week on Nahomi Kawasumi.  Midway Report: Chicago Red Stars Half Season […]

» July 28, 2017

Twice a season, I travel from the Greater Milwaukee area down to Bridgeview, IL, to catch a Red Stars game. I work most weekends, and I’m a public transport person, […]

» July 28, 2017

In this weekly series, I will be highlighting a player from the weekend who was their respective team’s unsung hero, win, lose or draw. A player who does the dirty […]

» July 28, 2017

The following were my running thoughts and observations as I attended the Tournament of Nations double-header in Seattle as a spectator. GAME 1: JAPAN VERSUS BRAZIL Japan’s kits are sweet. […]

» July 27, 2017

The #1-ranked United States Women’s National Team will open the Tournament of Nations against a familiar opponent, Australia (#7). They have a record of 25-0-2 against the Matildas and will […]

» July 27, 2017

At the last Chicago home game our own Elizabeth Wawrzyniak snapped some beautiful shots.  Click on thumbnail to enlarge.

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