Tobin Heath Placed On Season-Ending Injury List

The OL Reign placed forward Tobin Heath on the season-ending injury list Friday following left knee surgery.

Heath, 34, recorded one goal in five matches after signing with the Reign in June.

Rose Lavelle Takes Over Late, Bombs In Stunning Equalizer vs. Chicago

In case you haven’t been paying attention for the last five years, Rose Lavelle is very good. At times, it seems the attacking midfielder and Skyline Chili stan can score whenever she damn well pleases. On Friday night, she damn well pleased and scored an all-time banger to secure a late 2-2 draw for OL Reign.

Alex Morgan Goes Undercover As Barista, Shows Why She Plays Football Not Handball

Before the NWSL and its players signed the league’s first CBA earlier this year, many players had to take side hustles to help support themselves under meager salaries.

Alex Morgan Calls Out Boys Club In NWSL Ownership: ‘Pathetic’

Alex Morgan is once again calling out the nonsensical boys club that exists in the NWSL. Portland Thorns owner Merritt Paulson is once again being called out for failing to do the right thing.

Tea Time With David Episode 25

This week in soccer news on Tea Time with David, Richarlson learns a lesson about showboating, Adidas wins the battle for best World Cup Kits, and we need to #FreePulisic2022 from the reigns of Chelsea!

San Diego Wave Prepares To Smash NWSL Attendance Record With Sell-Out Crowd

A record National Women's Soccer League crowd is expected to be on hand Sept. 17 when the San Diego Wave host Angel City FC in a battle of expansion teams.

The Wave said more than 32,000 tickets have been sold for the game, which will be the team's first at the new Snapdragon Stadium. The venue will host its first sporting event on Saturday when San Diego State's football team plays Arizona.

The NWSL attendance record of 25,218 was set in 2019 at Providence Park in Portland when the Thorns hosted the North Carolina Courage.

NWSL Fans Left Baffled As Ref Rewards A Goal With A Corner Kick

While play in the National Women’s Soccer League is some of the best in the world (I’d argue it’s the best league top to bottom), we have to be honest and admit one thing is clearly holding the NWSL back: officiating. The NWSL has far too many mistakes by its referees, made all the worse by the fact there is no VAR (for now).

Gotham FC was the victim of a particularly horrible piece of officiating against Angel City on Sunday, as if the New York/New Jersey club needed any more bad luck this season. 

ICYMI: KC Current Forward Lo’eau LaBonta Went Viral After Humorous Twerk Celebration

Kansas City Current forward Lo’eau LaBonta went viral over the weekend after converting a sizzling penalty kick against Angel City during Friday’s 1-1 draw. The penalty was sweet, but it was the celebration from the 29-year-old that caught the internet’s attention. This LaBonta celebration is an all-timer.

With her team trailing in the 82nd minute LaBonta fired in the equalizer from the penalty spot and wheeled away in celebration. KC fans were given a slight heart attack when their team’s top goal scorer on the season started limping and grabbed at her hamstring.

Julie Ertz Introduces World To Baby Boy Named After A Video Game Icon

Two-time World Cup winner Julie Ertz gave birth to her first child with husband and NFL star Zach Ertz last week. On Thursday, we got our first glimpses of the Julie Ertz baby boy.

Everyone, meet Madden Matthew Ertz.

Paramount+ (Champions League, NWSL, Serie A) Now Has A Super Convenient Bundle

There’s a new bundle in the streaming world, and it might be one of the best deals yet. Paramount+ and Walmart+ are joining forces to make it more affordable to watch the Champions League, NWSL and Serie A, among other soccer and non-soccer offerings on CBS’s streaming platform.