Footypop: Ferroviara’s Glory, Arsenal’s Win and Angel City’s Decision

Before we dish your dose of women’s soccer news for the weekend, we gotta do something. For our American readers, you’re probably well aware it’s March Madness. The women’s basketball tournament was disrespected by the NCAA, failing to provide similar amenities and resources seen on the men’s side. Lots of people on social media were … Read more

Top 5 Goals: FA WSL and W-League

Between England and Australia, the theme of the week was goals galore. The W-League saw 16 goals over four matches, while there were 10 goals over two games in England. With so many to choose from, it was tough whittling the list down to just five. Without further ado, here are the best women’s soccer … Read more

Footypop: Chelsea Lift the Cup, PSG-Lyon Gets Rescheduled, and a Look at the UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals

Americans’ clocks have turned forward. The sun is setting later. We’re starting to see some inklings of spring springing. And, pretty importantly, wild early games in Europe won’t require us to get up as early – at least for right now. That was pretty great for many American viewers this Sunday as they looked to … Read more

FootyPop: Preseason Updates, W-League Milestones And an NCAA Check-In

This Monday is unlike many other Mondays. “Why, Hannah?” Well, there’s an FA WSL game on today. Those don’t usually happen on Mondays and, depending on when you’re reading this, we’re less than 24 hours out from the second leg of the UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 16! Not to mention, less than 24 … Read more

FootyPop: Sauerbrunn’s Leadership, Sacramento in Doubt, and Sam Mewis Domination

Someway, somehow, it is March. Unbelievable, considering I still haven’t fully processed last March?? Well, I can tell you a good thing about this March that we didn’t have the last one (OK, besides a COVID vaccine) is pro women’s volleyball in the United States. Yup, you heard that right. This past Saturday, Athletes Unlimited … Read more

The USWNT Are the 2021 SheBelieves Cup Champions

The 2021 SheBelieves Cup has been a welcome addition to international soccer. An extra slate of competitive games with a trophy at stake is undoubtedly more exciting than another run of friendlies. Although England could not participate this year, the USWNT still faced three tough opponents in Canada, Brazil, and Argentina. A dominant three matches … Read more