NWSL strives towards LGBTQ inclusivity

The NWSL has recently been striving to be more inclusive with its LGBTQ+ fans, supporters and players. With the inauguration of new clubs like Angel City, and the San Diego Wave, this league has the opportunity to make safe spaces for all fans and players despite a rocky history with the league and its support of the LGBTQ+ community. The sport of soccer unfortunately has … Continue reading NWSL strives towards LGBTQ inclusivity

Jessica Berman Appointed As NWSL Commissioner

Jessica Berman has been appointed as the National Women’s Soccer League commissioner. This process took over five months and happened after a disorderly 2021 season, where five coaches were dismissed or resigned due to a plethora of accusations from players. She joins the NWSL with an impressive resume of previous experience within professional sports. Berman was the National Lacrosse League deputy commissioner and executive vice … Continue reading Jessica Berman Appointed As NWSL Commissioner

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

Sam Kerr: Chelsea Football Player & Part-time Security Guard

We have all seen the viral videos of people running onto fields during sporting events. The moment their feet touch the grass they are pursued by a handful of security guards, which often leads to an epic chase and eventual smackdown. Nowadays, security at sporting events is taken very seriously to prevent any harm to the athletes or their spectators. So the question is – … Continue reading Sam Kerr: Chelsea Football Player & Part-time Security Guard