Carli Lloyd has been one of the key faces of the U.S. Women’s National Team for the last 15 years, but the longtime player is planning to hang up her international playing boots in 2021. Lloyd is planning to (…)
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The English Women’s Super League is not only growing into one of the top domestic leagues in the world, but is attracting U.S. Women’s National Team players thick and fast. After Manchester United and (…)
Several U.S. Women’s National Team stars have made the move to England this summer and another is officially on her way. Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan became the latest American Women’s player to make (…)
The FA Women’s Super League will see two more American players taking the field in the coming weeks. Manchester United announced the signings of U.S. Women’s National Team stars Christen Press and Tobin (…)
Rose Lavelle is officially joining English Women’s Super League side Manchester City. The club confirmed the signing on Tuesday after Lavelle was linked to a move abroad on Sunday. Lavelle was acquired by (…)
The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will will be staged in a pair of countries following completion of voting on Thursday. Australia and New Zealand will will host the summer tournament, FIFA President (…)
The trial date for the USWNT’s equal pay lawsuit has been pushed back to June 6 in wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The USWNT is in great shape on the pitch, but without any matches to play, off field issues take center stage.
In Vlatko Andonovski’s second pursuit of hardware at the helm of the U.S. Women’s National Team, things got off to a positive start on Thursday in the opening round of the SheBeleives Cup in Orlando, (…)
Numerous familiar faces headline the U.S. Women’s National Team roster for the 2020 SheBelieves Cup. Carli Lloyd, Julie Ertz, and Rose Lavelle were just three players in Vlatko Andonovski’s 23-player (…)