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Reign work to find balance, confidence amid difficult season

Seattle working towards finding chemistry and improving on the defensive end

McCall Zerboni | Photo provided by NJ/NY Gotham FC McCall Zerboni | Photo provided by NJ/NY Gotham FC

‘I felt like myself’: McCall Zerboni makes 2024 NWSL debut after ACL tear

Two hundred ninety-four days. That’s how long McCall Zerboni was sidelined after tearing her...

Sinead Farrelly announces retirement, feels ‘at peace’ after a storybook second chance

“The friendships I’ve made along the way, the healing that I’ve done on past...

‘It’s breathed new life into me’: Emily Menges is up for the challenge with Bay FC

Emily Menges thought she’d be a Thorn forever. After a decade playing with the...

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Colo-Colo will join The Women’s Cup Louisville

Racing Louisville FC announced that Colo-Colo from Chile will be the fourth team participating in The Women’s Cup’s Louisville field. Colo-Colo will face Juventus in their first match on Aug. 9 and Racing Louisville will play Palmeiras later that day. Winners will advance to the final and compete for the $100,000 prize pot on Aug. 13. The Kansas City tournament will feature the NWSL’s Current, Mamelodi Sundowns, Atlético de Madrid and INAC Kobe Leonessa.

USL Super League announces fall schedule

The USL Super League announced the fall schedule for its inaugural season, which will include 28 regular-season matches and a four-team, single-elimination playoff. The 2024-25 season is structured in two phases separated by a winter break. The fall season will begin Aug. 17 and conclude Dec. 14. The league will return in February for the spring season. The top four teams in the table standings will qualify for the USL Super League playoffs.

Brazil to host 2027 Women’s World Cup

FIFA announced on Friday that Brazil will host the 2027 Women’s World Cup. Brazil is the eighth nation to host the tournament and first in South America. The 2027 World Cup, which will be the 10th edition of the tournament, will welcome 32 teams to venues across the country including 2023 champion Spain. Brazil received 119 votes and the joint bid from Belgium, Netherlands and Germany came in second with 78 votes.

U.S. women’s deaf national team to play in historic double-header

The U.S. women’s deaf national team will face Australia on June 1 in Commerce City, Colo., as part of a historic doubleheader with the USWNT. Since beginning play in 2005, the U.S. Deaf WNT has posted an astonishing 37-0-1 record and won three DIFA World Deaf Football Championships and four Deaflympics. The Deaf WNT joined U.S. Soccer’s Extended National Teams program in 2022. The match will be shown on truTV and Max.

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United States defender Casey Krueger holds her child in her arms while at work United States defender Casey Krueger holds her child in her arms while at work

NWSL players embrace joys, challenges of motherhood

Krueger: 'Being a mom has transformed my world'

California Dreaming: Savy King returns to home state with Bay FC, taking in ‘surreal’ NWSL Draft

“I’m going full circle.” That’s what Savy King said in one of her first...

The Equalizer’s Top Stories of 2023

Between the Women’s World Cup, the 11th National Women’s Soccer League season and the...

‘I believe in the direction of this club’: Bev Yanez is Racing Louisville’s new head coach

Bev Yanez is the third former NWSL player to become a head coach, and...

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Utah Royals FC defender Kate Del Fava (8) celebrates a goal with teammates. Utah Royals FC defender Kate Del Fava (8) celebrates a goal with teammates.

Lauletta: Communication, execution of CBS issues no longer acceptable

It was a glorious National Women’s Soccer League weekend. Until it wasn’t. With six...

Crystal Dunn and Rose Lavelle celebrate after a NJ/NY Gotham FC goal. Crystal Dunn and Rose Lavelle celebrate after a NJ/NY Gotham FC goal.

Lauletta: Gotham quietly hitting stride

The National Women’s Soccer League champions are on the move. Despite a miracle run...

Alexia Putellas (11 Barcelona) celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Womens Champions League Final football match. Alexia Putellas (11 Barcelona) celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Womens Champions League Final football match.

What did we learn from the UEFA Champions League?

Barcelona earned back-to-back titles in a record-breaking crowd for the UEFA Champions League finals

Marta celebrates scoring a goal with her Orlando teammates. She has one pointer finger raised. Marta celebrates scoring a goal with her Orlando teammates. She has one pointer finger raised.

Lauletta: Team-by-team grades at the FIFA break

The National Women’s Soccer League is dark this weekend for a FIFA window. With...

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