Jodie Taylor and Estelle Johnson are two veteran players that have each re-signed with their respective clubs before the 2020 season. See what else happened in the NWSL this week.
Sophia Smith was the No. 1 pick at the NWSL College Draft today, while a slew of trades saw Mallory Pugh get sent to Sky Blue FC. Rachael Kriger has all the coverage from the NWSL Draft.
The Orlando Pride made a splash with their own NWSL offseason news, trading for Emily Sonnett and the rights to Caitlin Foord. Meanwhile, the Portland Thorns get the No. 1 pick in next week's NWSL College Draft.
On Monday evening, Washington Post journalist Steven Goff broke news that Amanda Duffy is stepping down as NWSL president, after one year in the role. Now, the league must search for a president and a commissioner.
Alex Morgan spoke at Southern Connecticut State University and moderator JP Dellacamera focused on key points that shaped her successful career.
Alex Morgan is finished for the rest of the season, but the Houston Dash are going to make history on Oct. 5, heading out of the US to face Tigres.
The North Carolina Courage are back on top in the NWSL, after a huge 6-0 victory over the Portland Thorns. Also, the Chicago Red Stars earn three points on the road in Orlando.
Despite all of her international accolades, Megan Rapinoe has not stepped on the pitch once for Reign FC this year. However, that changed on Saturday night.
The interim tag is officially off. Alyse LaHue has made good on her word to improve Sky Blue, and the ownership announced her to be the club's official general manager.
Portland broke an NWSL record, smashing it with all the fans at Providence Park. Meanwhile, the Chicago Red Stars picked up their fifth-straight win, tying a club record.