World Soccer

» September 30, 2019

The United States Women’s National Team is undergoing the unenviable task of replacing two-time World Cup winner Jill Ellis and are being blocked from speaking to one of their top […]

» July 6, 2019

I read during this World Cup that the USWNT aren’t the girls next door anymore. They have shed their images in the wake of comments made by Megan Rapinoe, Ali […]

» July 4, 2019

Women’s football in Europe may see a cataclysmic shift as the clubs of the English Premier League have agreed to take over the Women’s Super League. The move paves the […]

» July 3, 2019

The USA vs. France may have been deemed #LeGrandMatch on social media, but it was the Swedish national team that shocked the world in the quarterfinals when they defeated Germany […]

» July 3, 2019

If someone told you before the start of the 2015 Women’s World Cup that debutante Netherlands would get knocked out in the round of sixteen, but would rise through the […]

» July 2, 2019

It’s just like every action movie; no matter how many bad guys keep coming and no matter how good they are, the good guy will always win. They’ll pull off […]

» July 2, 2019

England enter the semifinals in good form, fresh off their best performance of the tournament—a 3-0 defeat of Norway. That match demonstrated both their strengths and weaknesses. It therefore provides […]

» June 14, 2019

Ada Hegerberg doesn’t play for Norway. But this isn’t a piece about if she should or shouldn’t play for them. Alex Morgan plays for the Orlando Pride and US women’s national […]

» June 12, 2019

I think I finally settled on my feelings and how I see this game. And in those thoughts a few things are true. None of them are the fault of the players. 

» June 8, 2019

In the first days of the 2019 Women’s World Cup, there have been good and bad updates from a federation that has made headlines in the last six months. On […]

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