The Road to the World Cup

International women’s soccer play is heating up as we are under a year away from the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The USWNT announced they will take on the Spanish National Team in Pamplona, Spain on October 11th at El Sadar Stadium. This exciting matchup is in addition to their face-off with the England National Team on October 7th at … Continue reading The Road to the World Cup

Carson Pickett makes history for national team

The USWNT touched down in Utah this week to prepare for their summer match schedule to qualify for the 2023 World Cup. They played Colombia, winning 2-0. It’s always good to hear and see the USWNT continue to win matches, but the inspiring news surrounds USWNT player Carson Pickett. Pickett made history by being the first athlete with a limb difference to play for the … Continue reading Carson Pickett makes history for national team

Historic Win for USWNT and the Fight for Equal Pay

“When we win, everyone wins.” Megan Rapinoe The United States Women’s National Soccer Team and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) have finally settled the class action lawsuit of equal pay for a total of $24 million. The players will receive $22 million with the USSF also paying $2 million to benefit the USWNT players. Each player will be able to apply for up to … Continue reading Historic Win for USWNT and the Fight for Equal Pay

The Seemingly Never-ending NWSL Allegations 

The year 2021 has been nothing short of a rude awakening for the National Women’s Soccer League and the US Soccer Federation. This year alone, there have been five head coaches fired or forced to resign due to sexual misconduct, racist, and/or verbal abuse allegations. There have been so many allegations, in fact, it is enough to make your head spin. The hiring process of … Continue reading The Seemingly Never-ending NWSL Allegations