Tag: NWSL

» August 5, 2016

If the Boston Breakers hadn’t gone 0-3 in their last three WPS games in 2009, I wouldn’t be writing about what is perhaps the most unlikely championship in American professional […]

» August 5, 2016

In many ways, the National Women’s Soccer League has never looked better. With last season’s post-World Cup surge in attendance, the addition of a tenth team in the Orlando Pride, […]

» August 5, 2016

Hey all you new NWSL fans out there. Yeah you. I have a message for you. Pick a team. Pick an NWSL team and stick with them. For one whole […]

» August 4, 2016

RJ Allen: I am RJ Allen. I am the Editor in Chief of Backline Soccer. I’m joined by Chelsey Bush, who is the Managing Editor of Backline Soccer. So Chelsey, […]

» August 2, 2016

In honor of the Chicago Red Stars retiring the number of former captain Lori Chalupny this weekend, we have composed a list of 17 reasons as to why we love […]

» August 2, 2016

A lot has been written lately about if the amateur NWSL players should be paid, why they aren’t paid, and if the league or their clubs can afford to pay […]

» August 2, 2016

RJ Allen: So, Sandra and I are going to tackle a pretty big issue: race and WoSo. Sandra would you like to let the people reading this know your background? […]

» August 2, 2016

RJ Allen: I am RJ Allen and I am here with Chelsey Bush to have a conversation about a topic near and dear to our hearts. Isn’t that right, Chelsey? Chelsey Bush: […]

» July 28, 2016

Before the start of the 2016 NWSL season the Chicago Red Stars lost veteran midfielder and former captain Lori Chalupny. She made the decision to retire from both club and […]

» June 19, 2016

Christine Nairn, an Annapolis, Maryland, native, is no stranger to the Maryland SoccerPlex – the place she calls home on Saturday evenings. She not only grew up watching her brothers […]

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