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The USWNT October friendlies roster has been released

A few new(er) faces join the roster for the upcoming friendlies

Carli Lloyd calls time on her career, announces her retirement

After 17 years, 2021 will be the last time we see Carli Lloyd play professional soccer

Opinion: The USWNT may no longer be on top of the women’s game

The USWNT are the best team in the world, but other teams are catching up.

VAR and heartbreak: the USWNT are out of the Gold medal match

After twenty years, the USWNT have finally lost to Canada in a game that they would’ve done anything to win

Offside flags and own goals: The USWNT pick up their first win at this summer’s Olympics

A 6-1 win against New Zealand puts the USWNT back on track to make the knock out stages in Tokyo

USWNT 0-3 Sweden: Not great Bob, not great!

Sweden made it look easy at times against the USWNT

The USWNT scored one of the best team goals you’ll ever see, don’t let anyone tell you differently

Hang it in the Louvre!

For Carli Lloyd, winning Gold in Tokyo would be “the best feeling in the entirety of my career”

A new partnership with Gone Rogue, a determination to succeed and hard work all have helped Carli Lloyd in her quest for a third Olympic Gold Medal.

Once more unto the breach for the USWNT at Tokyo 2020

Vlatko Andonovski didn’t have an easy task selecting an 18 player roster (with four alternates) considering the talent at his disposal but this morning, the USWNT Olympic roster was officially announced.

The battle between NC Courage and Manchester City for Abby Dahlkemper reaches its conclusion

The North Carolina Courage were trying to get Dahlkemper to end her contract early and play for them, but Manchester City was not having it.

Looking ahead towards the Olympics: USWNT June friendlies

In the last camp before the Olympic roster is selected many players will be fighting to make the 18 going to Tokyo.

When is standing for the US anthem still a problem?

Kneeling for the anthem is not a meaningless gesture, and neither is standing.

Catarina Macario is officially turning pro

Stanford phenom and soon-to-be USWNT player Catarina Macario makes it official.

“Every single time people bet on women, people invest in women, it comes back and it shows that people want this.”

Kelley O’Hara returns for Season 2 of Just Women’s Sports Podcast

U.S. Soccer repealed its anthem policy for business reasons. The real work starts now.

The Federation never tried to understand Megan Rapinoe’s protest, so it has a long way to go before anyone takes it seriously on social issues.

Why athletes speaking up can affect social change

If we’re going to fix the racist criminal justice system and end police brutality, we’re going to need to reach a lot of new people.

Let’s cast Netflix’s 1999 World Cup movie

You want who to play Julie Foudy?

Crystal Dunn loves her chickens (and they love her)

On raising a brood of hens in her backyard

USWNT players react to Carlos Cordeiro’s equal pay lawsuit open letter

The energy is not, how do you say, positive.

Christen Press doesn’t have it all figured out

Christen Press on striving to be the best without losing yourself in the process

A closer look at Christen Press stats and highlights from USA vs Costa Rica

Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris maintain balance as work/life partners

Communication is key whether you’re organizing a back line or building a life partnership.

A closer look: stats and highlights from Lindsey Horan’s dominance against Panama

Some numbers from Horan’s total control of the midfield.

A closer look: Lynn Williams makes a case for herself against Haiti

The team might have been rusty, but Williams was giving it her all.

What we’re looking forward to in 2020

A new NWSL season, the Olympics, and breaking a record

Vlatko releases USWNT January camp roster

Plus: three interesting picks

Re-inc uses inclusive language for exclusive products

They talk about "community" - but whose community?

Friday funday: What cultural crossovers do you want to see with women’s soccer?

Dawn Scott reportedly leaving US Soccer for England [UPDATED]

The long-time USWNT head of fitness will be working with the Lionesses now.

Takeaways from Vlatko Andonovski’s first USWNT games

Feels good y’all.

Three Takeaways from USA vs Sweden

The Vlatko Era begins with a win

Sam Mewis is ready to become the USWNT’s next midfield general

Sam Mewis has all the tools to become one of the most dominant midfielders the game has ever seen.