NWSL

» February 21, 2018

The NWSL has dropped the hottest release of 2018, the schedule. As first found by Steven Goff, the NWSL site updated and now lists dates and times for all the games.  […]

» February 13, 2018

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 into soccer here. Taylor Lytle was […]

» February 12, 2018

Alright, my friends, let’s just say it how it is. This off-season has been rough for the NWSL. I think the majority of us will agree to that. We lost […]

» February 7, 2018

The Orlando Pride off-season has been anything but conventional. The team made the most out of a third-round pick, while trading away popular mainstays like Steph Catley and Jasmyne Spencer […]

» February 5, 2018

As part of their jersey unveiling for the 2018 NWSL season, the Utah Royals announced a sponsorship deal with utility company Conservice. The deal is reportedly around two million dollars […]

» January 26, 2018

It has been an offseason of change for the NWSL. In November, it was announced that FC Kansas City—the two-time NWSL champions—were folding. In their place, the Real Salt Lake organization […]

» January 25, 2018

The Boston Breakers have been a part of professional women’s soccer in this country for as long as professional women’s soccer has been a thing. Losing them is a terrible […]

» January 24, 2018

The 2018 NWSL draft is in the books. Sky Blue walked away with 5 picks. Michaela Abam, the listed forward, midfielder, defender out of West Virginia University; Imani Dorsey a […]

» January 22, 2018

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 here. […]

» January 19, 2018

Women’s Soccer writers RJ Allen and Charles Olney dig in to the 2018 NWSL draft and touch on the mega trade between Houston Dash, Sky Blue FC and the Chicago Red Stars. Intro: Those […]

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