The SheBelieves Cup comes at the perfect time of year, in my opinion. It is right before the start of the NWSL season, prepping the WoSo fan base for the next eight months. It also happens to kick off Women’s History Month. What better way to celebrate the history of […]
NWSL rosters are cut down as the NWSL season grows near. The USWNT is playing for the SBC title. This and more on this weeks Quick Kicks. You can also check us out on iTunes.
That magical time is finally here. It’s NWSL pre season! – Where to find the hosts on Twitter: RJ Allen: @TheSoccerCritic Luis G. Hernandez: @RadioactivClown The Show: @QuickKicksNews –
Take a look below at the photos snapped by Leanne Keator at the SheBelieves match between the USWNT and the French WNT.
The USWNT needs to win the SheBelieves Cup. If they don’t win it, they at least need to come out of it answering more questions and putting more doubt to rest than they did during the 2017 version, or last summer’s Tournament of Nations. The last year or so has […]
When it was announced that John Herdman would be leaving his position as the head coach of the Canadian Women’s National Team to head the Canadian Men’s Team the soccer media world erupted. ‘How could he do that?, Was the team aware?, Does that man have any loyalty?’ were just […]
A three-team trade has shuffled several players around the National Women’s Soccer League. 🚨 #NWSL Trade Alert 🚨 3⃣ teams, 2⃣ trades =@ReignFC acquire Allie Long@ThornsFC acquire rights to Caitlin Foord, 2020 draft pick@SkyBlueFC acquire Rebekah Stott, Katie Johnson Details ➡️ https://t.co/n1gRxtQ8wp pic.twitter.com/FJm0e9gh9G — NWSL (@NWSL) January 11, 2018 Sky […]
There has been something on my mind lately that I can’t seem to shake. I have a hard time calling myself a fan of women’s soccer in the way I call myself a fan of baseball. Maybe it’s because I’ve been a baseball fan since my uncle, who lived just […]
Jill Ellis has named 26 players to the U.S. Women’s National Team roster for the annual January camp and the upcoming friendly versus Denmark. We're back! 👋 #JanuaryCamp is here. Meet the 26 players called in to jumpstart 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣8️⃣ » https://t.co/XjZOgVmeQV pic.twitter.com/kkkWIjx5Sj — U.S. Soccer WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) January 3, 2018 […]
U.S. Soccer has announced the scheduling and venues for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup. It's back. The third annual #SheBelievesCup goes down this March » https://t.co/L1LSNlDAm6 Who's ready? pic.twitter.com/ppcEpPOE3n — U.S. Soccer WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) December 21, 2017 🇺🇸🇩🇪🏴🇫🇷 2018 #SheBelievesCup will feature 4 of the 🌎's top 6 teams » https://t.co/L1LSNlDAm6 […]
U.S. Soccer has announced that eight candidates who submitted documentation to enter the presidential race have met the requirements to stand for election. To be placed on the ballot, candidates were required to complete a background check and submit at least three letters of nomination from Organization Members and/or one […]
The TSR hosts talk about Hope Solo running for USSF president and the Harvey/Utah/FCKC debacle. Plus they answer viewers questions on the NWSL and USWNT. – Where to find the hosts on Twitter: RJ Allen Lindsay Schwarz Becca Kimble The Scouting Report – Thank you for playing The Scouting Report.
U.S. Soccer has announced that the U.S. Women’s National Team will open their 2018 schedule with a friendly against Denmark in January after the annual training camp in Los Angeles. 54 days until the #USWNT is back! The 🔴⚪️&🔵 will open 2018 vs. Euro runners-up Denmark in San Diego. Details […]
There was once a golden age of USWNT videos. From around 2009 until 2013, videos of soccer tennis, holidays, birthdays and all sorts of things ruled the day. And then the darkness came and these videos, which looked like someone filmed them on their iPhone, were replaced with glossy videos. So […]
A few days ago I wrote a piece about which 23 players I’d put on a roster for a mythical tournament in December. One of the results of doing so was spending a lot of time thinking about the size of the USWNT pool of players. Who was in? Who […]
Sometimes thought experiments are a good way to go through players pools and figuring out what you like and don’t like about players. As someone who writes about women’s soccer, I do a lot of thought experiments that never see the light of day. But the last one I did […]
The 2015 Women’s World Cup is one of the most exciting sporting events we’ve ever watched. It had drama, emotional release of all those years of waiting, and is still the most-watched soccer game for the US. It was the very best result the US could have hoped for. Even […]
The TSR hosts talk about the rosters for the upcoming games between the USWNT and the CanWNT. They answer questions like “Does the formation even matter when Carli Lloyd checks in?” “Who will start in goal for the USWNT?” and “What Perth Glory player should the USWNT call up sooner […]
Women’s Soccer writers RJ Allen and Charles Olney talk about the USWNT roster for Canada, their off season plans and more on this episode of The 123rd Minute. Intro: Those Better Days by Mimi Page
2017 was a a crazy ride. We grew as a site and as people covering women’s soccer, we said goodbye to some and welcomed in others. And we learned a lot about what we liked to do and what didn’t work as well for us. So we’ve made some adjustments […]