Not all of New York City was so welcoming to the U.S. Women's National Team.
the USWNT legend was inducted into the Bay Area Hall of Fame yesterday and the plaque is, uh, interesting.
The Brazilian soccer star talks to VICE Sports about playing for Orlando, how women's soccer in the U.S. has changed since her days in the now-defunct WPS, and her plans for the future.
The Liga MX Femenil, which begins play in July, may be the first step on a long journey to gender equality in Mexican soccer.
The 2017 SheBelieves Cup, and the USWNT's last-place finish there, served as a wakeup call for anyone who still thinks of America as the lone superpower in the world of women's soccer.
Lloyd will play in the Champions League for the first time, maybe even against Alex Morgan.
After orchestrating a move to the Orlando Pride, Morgan has signed with French side Lyon and will miss a huge chunk of the NWSL season.
In an interview with a Swedish newspaper, Ella Masar, who plays for top-division FC Rosengård, added, "I'm also happy that I even have a Canadian passport."
Last week, the Harvard Crimson uncovered a document by the 2012 men's soccer team ranking female recruits by appearance and imagined sexual preferences. The university has discovered that those reports continued through this year.
Two months after she opposed Spirit owner Bill Lynch's response to Megan Rapinoe's national anthem protest, Ali Krieger has been traded from the team.