» April 15, 2019

Warning: This power ranking is not reactionary. This power ranking takes outside factors like weather and injuries into account. It has bias—yours when you read it and mine when I […]

» April 14, 2019

There’s a new face leading the Orlando Pride. We’re not talking about first year head coach Marc Skinner, but Erik Ustruck, the first dedicated general manager for the team. In […]

» April 11, 2019

Can North Carolina continue their incredible run? Last year, the North Carolina Courage’s completed the most impressive season in the history of American women’s soccer. This is a bold statement, […]

» April 10, 2019

This is the second article in the series “Welcome to American Soccer,” which focuses on equal treatment and access to soccer in the United States. The articles focus on where […]

» April 9, 2019

Like most who follow the National Women’s Soccer League, I’ve been eagerly counting down the days to the start of the 2019 season. The off-season lacked a bit of drama […]

» April 8, 2019

The sixth NWSL season is only two weeks away, and hopefully it will be the best season yet. As we prepare for another year of highs and lows, a million […]

» April 2, 2019

This piece is one I don’t want to write. And for a long time I didn’t think I would ever write something like this. And then I watched the Canadian […]

» April 2, 2019

This is the opening article for the series “Welcome to American Soccer,” which focuses on providing equal treatment in and access to soccer in the United States. The articles focus […]

» April 1, 2019

Last fall, when Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz qualified for their first ever World Cup, there was jubilation on the pitch and excitement in the air. But one big question hung over […]

» March 25, 2019

As someone who has not been shy about their feelings on fans picking a team and sticking with them, why would I become a member of 9 different supporters groups? […]

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