Tag: NWSL

» September 2, 2016

In their fourth season, the NWSL has managed to do something that the MLS was not able to do in their first four years: find growth in attendance. I thought […]

» September 1, 2016

Give a thumbs up or thumbs down to the marketing of each NWSL team. [rnkrwp id=”2444343″ format=”grid”]

» September 1, 2016

All-Star games are a part of most major sports. A way to see the best of the best in that league square off against each other on two super teams. […]

» August 31, 2016

Plenty of good and not so good things happened this week in the world of women’s soccer. Here’s my weekly roundup for you. Kelley O’Hara Taken Down From Behind: The […]

» August 24, 2016

With the USWNT beginning a new cycle and the team in transition, it’s time for new blood. In this two-part series, I take a look at whose NWSL play has […]

» August 24, 2016

As part of a new series at Backline Soccer, I will be discussing and offering my opinion on a weekly basis, gathering news and topics from all over the world […]

» August 23, 2016

With rumors swirling about an NWSL expansion team in Los Angeles, questions have risen about whether or not the city is capable of sustaining a professional women’s team.  As an Angeleno, […]

» August 21, 2016

With the USWNT beginning a new cycle and the team in transition, it’s time for new blood. In this two-part series, I take a look at whose NWSL play has […]

» August 15, 2016

I haven’t always been a sports fan. I grew up in southeast Wisconsin, a place where Sunday Catholic masses in the fall usually included a reference to the Packers during […]

» August 13, 2016

Pay to play is not a new concept in youth sports, especially soccer. Articles have been written, research has been done, and lectures have been given. The pay to play […]

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