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Finally, the NWSL is starting to embrace youth with Under-18 trialists

Angel City and the Washington Spirit each have a pair of U-18 players training...

Inside the NWSL’s conflict with FIFA dates, and why a global calendar crisis could be looming

After initially refusing, the NWSL will release players outside FIFA windows through the World...

Lena Oberdorf, rising star in the German midfield

The 21-year-old is preparing for her third major international tournament after winning an impressive...

FIFA confirms 23-player rosters for 2023 Women’s World Cup as coaches push for expansion

Many coaches say that the majority want 26-player rosters for the tournament, just like...

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WPSL named Kendra Halterman as new commissioner

The Women's Premier Soccer League will begin its 25th season with Kendra Halterman as commissioner. Her predecessor Rich Sparling will now serve in the league's honorary commissioner emeritus role. Halterman has more than two decades of experience with the league as a player and executive. She served as Associate Commissioner for five years and has been a League Ambassador for the last two years.

Korbin Albert signs with Paris Saint-Germain

On Tuesday, All-American midfielder Korbin Albert signed with Paris Saint-Germain through the 2024-25 season, forgoing her remaining eligibility at Notre Dame. In two seasons, Albert scored 28 career goals and 65 points for the Fighting Irish who reached the NCAA Quarterfinals in her sophomore campaign. The 19-year-old Grayslake, Ill., native has represented the U.S. at youth levels including the Under-20 World Cup in Costa Rica last year.

NWSL Welcomes Adobe as Official Creativity Partner

The NWSL announced Adobe as its new Official Creativity Partner in a press release on Tuesday. Through the partnership, NWSL players will have access to Adobe’s creative and digital marketing tools and Brand Building Workshops to help “develop their own brand and share their stories.” Adobe and the NWSL are also launching “Creator Class” which is a professional creativity program for emerging women creators with a passion for soccer. Participants will get behind-the-scenes access to NWSL...

Australia’s opening 2023 World Cup match moved to Sydney’s largest stadium

Tournament co-hosts Australia were set to play their first match against the Republic of Ireland on Thursday, 20 July at 20:00 (AEST) at the Sydney Football Stadium, which has a capacity of just over 45,000. The match will be played at the same time, on the same day, but now will be held at Stadium Australia, which holds over 83,000. Only knockout matches were scheduled to be played at Stadium Australia, "but given the significant...

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U.S. women's national team midfielder Rose Lavelle celebrates a goal. U.S. women's national team midfielder Rose Lavelle celebrates a goal.

The Equalizer Podcast: World Cup Year Kicks Off

Jeff Kassouf and Arianna Cascone discuss the USWNT’s wins in New Zealand, and what...

Mallory Pugh and three U.S. women's national team teammates celebrate a goal. Mallory Pugh and three U.S. women's national team teammates celebrate a goal.

The Equalizer Podcast: Mailbag

Jeff Kassouf answers your burning questions about the U.S. women’s national team, next year’s...

Becky Sauerbrunn lifts the NWSL trophy. Christine Sinclair and Portland Thorns FC players celebrate behind and next to her. Becky Sauerbrunn lifts the NWSL trophy. Christine Sinclair and Portland Thorns FC players celebrate behind and next to her.

The Equalizer Podcast: NWSL Champion Portland Thorns FC

Jeff Kassouf and and Jason Anderson (Pro Soccer Wire) react to Portland Thorns FC’s...

Crystal Dunn and Portland Thorns FC celebrate Dunn's game-winning goal Crystal Dunn and Portland Thorns FC celebrate Dunn's game-winning goal

The Equalizer Podcast: NWSL Semifinals

Jeff Kassouf and André Carlisle (Diaspora United Podcast, Black and Red United) react to...

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Kelley O’Hara comes full circle in return to NJ/NY

Kelley O’Hara is no stranger to New York and New Jersey. In 2013, the...

Seb Hines wants to stay in Orlando. Will the Pride make it happen?

Seb Hines has only ever lived in one place outside of England: Orlando, Florida....

Crystal Dunn continues to reinvent herself

Crystal Dunn has spent her entire career redefining herself. She is a World Cup-winning...

Jordyn Huitema is just getting started

Jordyn Huitema is 21 years old, but she certainly does not lack experience. A...

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Adriana dribbles the ball with a defender a few steps behind her. Adriana dribbles the ball with a defender a few steps behind her.

NWSL newcomers: Adriana

Before the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League season kicks off, we at The Equalizer...

Analyzing the 2022 FIFA Global Transfer Report

Today FIFA released its yearly Global Transfer Report summarizing all of the transfer data...

How Aston Villa became one of WSL’s most entertaining teams

'It's another step in the right direction'

U.S. women's national team midfielder Rose Lavelle celebrates a goal. U.S. women's national team midfielder Rose Lavelle celebrates a goal.

The Equalizer Podcast: World Cup Year Kicks Off

Jeff Kassouf and Arianna Cascone discuss the USWNT’s wins in New Zealand, and what...

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