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At long last, the 2019 National Women’s Soccer League schedule is out. Here are five dates to circle as you full our your summer social calendar. April 13: Chicago Red Stars at North Carolina Courage For the second year in a row, the NWSL has come through by...read more
One day after announcing that it has ended its partnership with A+E Networks, the National Women’s Soccer League announced its complete 2019 schedule on Thursday. The regular season will begin on Saturday, April 13 and conclude on Saturday, Oct. 12. As of now,...read more
When the National Women’s Soccer League and A+E Networks formed their landmark partnership two years ago this month, the long-term prognosis was that the relative success or failure would hinge on 2019, the final year of the agreement and the one destined to be...read more
Last week, we looked at the off-the-field needs of all nine teams in the National Women’s Soccer League. This week, let’s take a look at the NWSL teams and see where they stack up based on current rosters. Of course, trying to determine these things in a World...read more
The National Women’s Soccer League offseason is slowly, mercifully nearing its conclusion. Believe it or not, preseason kicks off in less than three weeks. It has long been a topic of conversation that the player movement front was glacially slow this winter. It...read more
Iceland international Dagny Brynjarsdottir’s absence for the entire 2018 National Women’s Soccer League season following the birth of her son, Brynjar, would have made it easy for her former club, Portland Thorns FC, to forget about her. She was no longer...read more
Reign FC’s move from the center of Seattle to Tacoma, the not-so-twin city 35 miles to the south, was met with the kind of mixed reaction that majority owners Bill and Teresa Predmore surely expected. Tacoma isn’t going to be for everyone, and the relocation is likely...read more
Every year, when the National Women’s Soccer League coaches are brought together for the college draft at the United Soccer Coaches Convention, they take a picture as a group. It’s usually the only time we see every head coach in one place, and the picture never...read more
Memorial Stadium was a boon for Seattle Reign FC when the club took up residence there beginning in the 2014 season. After a season at the quaint but inconvenient Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila, Washington, the Reign would be playing home matches underneath the...read more