Carli Lloyd doesn’t take anything for granted. While her career resume is one every aspiring professional soccer player can only dream of, she knows in this game, especially ahead of a major tournament, the focus isn’t on career success, but more on present performance and future potential.Continue reading “Carli Lloyd Hopes to Play for USWNT at 2020 Olympics”
Sydney Leroux admits she spent more money on babysitters and nannies for her children than she made last year playing for the Orlando Pride in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). Continue reading “How the NWSL Can Learn From the WBNA’s New CBA”
All Carli Lloyd is asking for is a fair shot.
At 37 years old, the United States Women’s National Team forward said she feels the best she’s ever felt physically and still has a lot left to contribute. Continue reading “Carli Lloyd Has Sights Set on 2020 Olympics, Then Maybe the NFL”
While soccer has seen visible growth in both interest and participation in the United States, unfortunately not everyone attracted to the world’s most-popular sport has a platform to play and enjoy it.
Powerade, the official sports drink of the U.S. Women’s National Team, is partnering with the United States Soccer Foundation to change that. Continue reading “Powerade, U.S. Soccer Foundation Create Safe Spaces For Girls to Play”
Members of the 1999 FIFA World Cup champion United States Women’s National Team were honored during halftime of the USWNT’s 6-0 win against Belgium on April 7 in front of 20,941 fans at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles. Continue reading “Brandi Chastain Praises USWNT’s Fight for Equality”