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Category: NWSL

There is hope for female soccer players in North America

The National Women’s Soccer League is changing the concept of female soccer players leading a double life. Many players on the women’s US national team have played before thousands of fans in many different countries. On top of playing soccer nationally and internationally, they keep another job in order to sustain their families. However, recent […]

Kerr is the first player to score 50 goals in the NWSL

Thanks to a hat trick in a 3-1 win against Sky Blue FC, Chicago Red Star’s Sam Kerr became the first NWSL player to reach 50 career goals. It was her second goal of the game that upped her goal count to 50, but the record setting didn’t end there. Thanks to her third goal […]

International teams face off in friendlies and FIFA qualifiers

The National Women’s Soccer League has a small break from June 11 to 16 due to FIFA qualifiers. ​ NWSL teams will continue with practices but will hold off on games until their players come back. Most countries are playing qualifying games. Canada and the U.S will have their qualifiers in October. Sky Blue FC […]

Sinclair scores 170 career goals

Christine Sinclair of Canada scored her 170th international goal on day two of the Algarve Cup. Sinclair scored on a penalty in the 25th minute after teammate Jordyn Huitema was pulled down in the Russian box. She placed the ball in the low corner for her first goal of the tournament and 170th internationally. This […]