Women's Soccer

Watch Neymar Lose In Teqball, Break The Table While On Vacation

Neymar may be one of the best footballers in the world, but he’s not the best Teqball player. At least, he wasn’t the best Teqball player on this particular beach in Brazil.

With PSG and Ligue 1 on winter break, Neymar escaped France and returned to Brazil to spend time in the warmth of friends, family and sunny beaches. While chilling on the coast, Neymar played with Natalia Guitler in a game of Teqball, a game he’s quite familiar with.

The18’s Year In Review: Our Favorites From 2018

Well, 2018 was something, wasn’t it?

Soccer in 2018 had a thrilling World Cup in Russia and an engrossing Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign around the world. Real Madrid (again!) won the Champions League and Manchester City had a record year in the Prem. Atlanta United obliterated attendance records in the U.S. while the USMNT took more than 400 days to hire a coach. El Tri gave fans hope at the World Cup with a win over Germany, only to once again go out in the Round of 16. 

Forget Dembélé, Barcelona’s Best Young Player Is 20-Year-Old Patri Guijarro

The last time we talked about Patri Guijarro, the Barcelona midfielder was winning the Golden Ball and Golden Boot at the U-20 Women’s World Cup in August. 

Ada Hegerberg Shows Off Sweet Golden Boots To Match Ballon d’Or

Ada Hegerberg was named the first winner of the women’s Ballon d’Or award earlier this month, a well-deserved honor after she was snubbed by FIFA’s The Best awards. Now she has some sweet boots to match her golden award.

Women’s Liga MX Final Illuminated By 30-Yard Wonder Strike In Front Of Over 33,000

The 2018 Liga MX Femenil Apertura Final commenced Tuesday with the first leg between Club América and Tigres at the Estadio Azteca. Given the poor state of the Azteca pitch and since the men’s Liga MX final pits América versus Cruz Azul (both tenants of the Azteca) on Dec. 13 and Dec. 16, the Femenil final was given the shaft — the game was played on a Tuesday with a 4 p.m. kickoff. 

Complete 2019 Women's World Cup Schedule

The 2019 Women's World Cup schedule was set with the group draw on Dec. 8. The tournament will kick off on June 7 and run through the final on July 7. 

The USWNT was given a fairly favorable group, but it’s not an easy draw given the knockout-round matchups. 

How To Get Women’s World Cup Tickets For As Cheap As $10

The draw is in; the schedules are set. Now all you need to know is how to buy 2019 Women's World Cup tickets to take in all the action in France.

FIFA held the Women’s World Cup draw on Dec. 8 with plenty of pomp and ceremony. The USWNT was drawn into a fairly easy group, but that just means the knockout rounds will be particularly tough compared to other top teams.

Erin Cuthbert Says "Thank U, Next" With Outrageous Nutmeg

It was a battle between David (Deborah?) and Goliath (...no clue) in the FA WSL yesterday as second from bottom Brighton took on third place Chelsea. The Blues are clawing to stay on pace with Arsenal and Manchester City, who both remain locked at 27 points at the top of the table and have a five point cushion between themselves and the London club. 

USWNT Drawn Into Easy World Cup Group But Surprisingly Difficult Path In Knockout Rounds

The United States women’s national team is a favorite to win a record fourth Women’s World Cup next summer. After the 2019 Women's World Cup draw on Saturday, that status as favorite only increased, though the path after the group stage won’t be easy.

The USWNT was given a fairly easy group as things go for the tournament next summer in France. The reigning champions were placed in Group F along with Chile, Thailand and Sweden.

This Was Either Really Heads-Up Attacking Or Really Bad Sportsmanship

There is often a fine line between clever play and good sportsmanship. Ellie Carpenter toed it with her Australian W-League goal on Thursday. 

Canberra United was seeking the first goal of the match in the second half against last-place Western Sydney when WSW goalkeeper Jada Mathyssen-Whyman came out of her box to kick the ball away from United striker Rhoda Mulaudzi.