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Alex Morgan Abandons NWSL For Mediocre English Club

USWNT superstar and global icon Alex Morgan signed with Tottenham Hotspurs of the FA Women’s Super League on Saturday. It’s a sentence so weird, even Alex Morgan herself can’t believe it.

Reported Sale Price Of Real Salt Lake, Utah Royals And Their Stadium Has Bidders Interested

The sale of the Real Salt Lake soccer team, Rio Tinto Stadium and associated properties is expected to bring at least $500 million, the Sports Business Journal reported Thursday.

Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen announced Aug. 30 that he is seeking to sell Utah Soccer Holdings, which owns the Major League Soccer club, the Utah Royals FC of the National Women's Soccer League, Real Monarchs of the United Soccer League and the 20,200-seat venue in Sandy, Utah.

Chicago Red Stars Loan World Cup Winner To Amateur Men’s Team

Yūki Nagasato has done just about everything. She’s won a Women’s World Cup, an Olympic silver medal and a UEFA Champions League title. She’s played club ball in her home country of Japan, Germany, England, the U.S. and Australia, winning league titles in Japan and England. 

Now Nagasato’s aiming for something a little different: playing for a men’s team.

USWNT Fan Favorites Tobin Heath, Christen Press Sign With Manchester United

The exodus continues.

Despite the NWSL doing just about everything in its power to remain relevant during a global pandemic, star players continue to flee for Europe. On Wednesday, it was Tobin Heath and Christen Press who ditched the NWSL for greener pastures in England, signing with Manchester United of the FA Women’s Super League. 

NWSL Returns With Late Drama From Mal Pugh (And A Sweet New Playground Set)

Once again, the NWSL is back. And once again, it returned with a fantastic 2-1 match full of drama and excitement. In the end, Mal Pugh assisted on a 92nd-minute winner to help win her Sky Blue FC debut against the Washington Spirit on Saturday at Segra Field.

One Of NWSL’s Biggest Stars Opts Out Of NWSL Fall Series

Two-times World Cup winner and OL Reign midfielder Megan Rapinoe is opting out of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) fall series starting next month, the Washington-based franchise said in a statement on Friday.

U.S. international Rapinoe is among 10 Reign players who are not available for the tournament, which is scheduled to start on Sept. 5.

Orlando Pride Star Ali Krieger Joins Orlando City Broadcast Crew

Orlando Pride and U.S. women’s bational team defender Ali Krieger has joined Major League Soccer club Orlando City SC's broadcast crew. Krieger is one of the most respected and humble defenders in the game and she will be showing what she is capable of off the field, as she has joined Evan Weston and Miguel Gallardo. Her soccer intelligence and love for the game will help provide analysis and sideline reporting for the remainder of Orlando’s 2020 MLS season.  

Hoping To Stop Players From Fleeing, NWSL Decides It Wants To Keep Playing Soccer This Year

The National Women’s Soccer league isn’t done with the 2020 season just yet. Even after declaring a champion at the NWSL Challenge Cup in July, the league announced on Tuesday it would continue playing matches this season. Maybe having a team that had never made the playoffs declared champion didn’t sit well with the league.

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