Soccer has no competition with life itself. Toni Pressley bravely announced that she is fighting breast cancer just this week.
North Carolina took on a 10-person Washington Spirit team once Paige Nielsen received a red card, Chicago won their fourth straight and much more NWSL action happened this weekend!
The FIFA Council elected unanimously elected for the FIFA Women's World Cup to include 32 teams instead of 24. Meanwhile, bidding has re-opened.
According to Equalizer Soccer, Jill Ellis is stepping down as the head coach of the U.S. Women's National Team. She will stay for the Victory Tour.
The Chicago Red Stars went into Cheney Stadium and wrecked havoc against Reign FC, North Carolina came back with a win on the road and so much more!
The Portland Thorns FC smashed their record of highest attended game last night, on a Wednesday night. They also smashed their competition, the Houston Dash.
Attendance skyrocketed for teams throughout the NWSL, including Chicago where more than 17,000 fans showed up to watch the Red Stars and Courage.
Right now, the Houston Dash are going through a rough patch. However, the season isn't lost and the team is sticking together no matter what.
Reign FC didn't stop with the signings yesterday, adding three more pieces to the puzzle today. Rosie White, Addison Steiner and Steph Cox are the new recruits, writes Rachael McKriger.
Right now, Reign FC is riddled with injuries across the board. So, the Reign had a busy Monday in the NWSL, as they acquired Rebecca Quinn, Sammy Jo Prudhomme and Schuyler DeBree to help bolster their roster.