Analysis

» August 10, 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 […]

» August 9, 2017

For the first time in over 20 years, there is a new reigning champion in Europe. It was an exciting tournament from the very beginning. You could tell by the […]

» August 9, 2017

How many players have natural positions? How flexible are those roles? In what circumstances does it make sense to play someone ‘out of position’? These are questions that most soccer […]

» August 8, 2017

After all the excitement that was the inaugural Tournament of Nations, the NWSL returned on Friday night. While many internationals did not play, there was plenty of goals, saves, and […]

» August 7, 2017

The USWNT came out on Thursday night looking more determined that I’ve seen them in a long while. I was away from home for the game, and stuck watching on […]

» August 6, 2017

On Thursday, the 2017 Women’s Euro played their two quarterfinal matches. It was Denmark vs. Austria in the first match and the Netherlands vs. England was the second match. Here […]

» August 4, 2017

A year ago today, Backline Soccer stepped on to the women’s soccer reporting landscape. I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t think Backline Soccer would ever make it to one […]

» August 3, 2017

The USWNT’s final Tournament of Nations match will pit them against a familiar rival on August 3rd: Japan, the #7-ranked team in the world. The match will take place at […]

» August 2, 2017

It was an exciting weekend in the Netherlands, with all four quarterfinal matches of Euro tournament kicking off over the two days. When the action came to an end on […]

» August 1, 2017

The NWSL may be the American women’s soccer league, but some of their strongest players come from all around the world. This series will look at some of those internationals […]

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