NWSL Red Stars

NWSL: Attendance skyrockets for matches across the league

Attendance skyrocketed for teams throughout the NWSL, including Chicago where more than 17,000 fans showed up to watch the Red Stars and Courage.
NWSL Sky Blue

NWSL Weekend: North Carolina re-takes first place, attendance goes up

North Carolina has hopped over Reign FC for the top spot in the NWSL. However, all teams can celebrate the rise of attendance across the board.
Kristen Hamilton

Kristen Hamilton scores hat-trick in North Carolina victory over Orlando Pride

Kristen Hamilton showed off her moves and goal-scoring prowess in a 3-0 victory on the road against the Orlando Pride. North Carolina now sits in third place in the NWSL standings.

NWSL Wrap Up: Washington keeps rising, NC falls once again

Memorial Day Weekend saw plenty of NWSL action including another Washington Spirit upset, the Reign defeating North Carolina for the first time in club history and much more!
Washington Spirit youth NWSL

NWSL Weekend: Washington’s youth continues to surprise in league play

The Washington Spirit youth keeps getting better, Naho Kawasumi returned to Washington and so much more happened this past NWSL weekend!
North Carolina Courage Crystal Dunn

Crystal Dunn scores a brace in North Carolina Courage’s routing of Orlando

The North Carolina Courage provided a big-time showing of their dominance in the league over the Orlando Pride, scoring five goals to secure victory.
Courage and Red Stars

North Carolina Courage, Chicago Red Stars draw in semifinal rematch

The reigning champions of the NWSL, the North Carolina Courage, took on the Chicago Red Stars and began their season with 1-1 draw.
North Carolina Courage

North Carolina Courage Preview: Can they win the NWSL again?

The North Carolina Courage exemplified brilliance last season by only losing one regular-season match and lifting the NWSL Championship trophy.
International Champions Cup

NWSL: North Carolina Courage to host the International Champions Cup

After capturing the crown in the first Women's International Champions Cup, the North Carolina Courage will compete in the ICC again — this time, on their home field.