And how they plan to keep the momentum going
Eight spots, six confederations. How to divide them up?
The team may be Club Deportivo Tacón right now but the policy of buying stars has already began at the soon to be "Real Madrid Club de Fútbol Femenino."
Damallsvenskan underdogs face a battle on and off of the pitch
It’s that time of year again.
Bangers all damn day in Norge.
All the sneakerhead details on Megan Rapinoe (and Sue Bird).
"I can’t risk losing my beer garden."
We don’t want to take a voice away from the fans but maybe we could add some voices that aren’t horribly biased?
With the fame that comes from winning the Women’s World Cup comes the chance to build a unique brand for the NWSL.
Svensk damfotboll? Oh ja tack.
The Division 1 Féminine outfit continues to make strides and could be the team to watch this season.
Why did the club bring them over in the first place?
With societal attitudes shifting and the players feeling more comfortable in their power, they’re being more outspoken than ever.
Midge Purce, Lynn Williams, and Taylor Smith on their experiences as black soccer players in America.
"It’s way past time for equal pay."
*Takes glasses off, pinches nose* He said what?
Learning how to capture heartbreak in a sea of celebration.
We should examine why we crave thrilling games, and how we react when we don’t get them.
32-team Women’s World Cup? Why stop there! Why not 76!!
These are good stepping stones for the league to continue building.
Four years ago: the top of the stands. Today: pitchside.
United States will face Netherlands in the World Cup Final
With only a difference of seven points between the top team and the seventh, fans should buckle in for the rest of the season.