women's world cup
The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Is Literal Goals
As they head into the Women's World Cup final on Sunday, we bow to the powerhouses who have brought us national pride.
Striking Photos from the Women's World Cup Highlight Its Undersung Heroes
We sent photographers to capture the underdog teams from this year's tournament.
Jessica Pettway and Samantha Cabrera Friend
With Historic Losses at SheBelieves Cup, USWNT on the Hunt for Answers
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.
Portia Modise Is Impossible
In her playing career, South Africa's Portia Modise scored more international goals than Messi or Ronaldo. If she were a man, she'd have the world at her feet. Instead, she's fought sexism and homophobia at every turn.
U.S. Soccer has Sued the Women's National Team
This escalated quickly.
The National Women's Soccer League Isn't Going Anywhere. Now What?
The NWSL has already gotten further than any American women's soccer league has. The next step—growing into an institution—is the most important one.
Reel Talk: Corbin Smith's 2015 Sports Highlight Year in Review
A great many good things happened in the world of sports in 2015. Many of them were immortalized as highlights. Only ten of them deserved to be included here.
Republican Senator Votes Against Equal Pay for Female Athletes Just to Prove a Petty Point
It was just supposed to be symbolic, but no. Congress can't even handle that.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Abby Wambach Leaves Soccer, Enters Pantheon of All-Time Greats
Wambach will leave the game a legend, a warrior for the sport of soccer and for female athletes, a frustrating and flawed FIFA Ballon d'Or winner.
Fifteen Years Before Women Appeared On FIFA ’16, There Was Mia Hamm Soccer 64
In FIFA 16, the best-selling EA Sports franchise features female players for the first time, but it's not the first women’s soccer video game to hit the market.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Lauren Holiday Is Quitting Soccer Because She Never Really Had a Choice
Why is one of the best women's soccer players of her generation leaving the sport in her prime? Lauren Holiday has her reasons, but the economics of the game didn't help.
Victory at Home: Crystal Dunn's Breakout Summer
She may have been left off the U.S. roster for the Women's World Cup this summer, but Crystal Dunn is having a star-making season in the National Women's Soccer League.