u.s. soccer exodus
Matt Pollard, Editor - Feb 2, 2023

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? On this episode of Last Word Soccer Club Radio, Matt, Rachael, and Ed get together to talk all things U.S. Soccer exodus. We discuss Earnie Stewart and Brian McBride leaving their roles and what comes next as we still don’t have a head coach and Gregg Berhalter is still under […]

Kyle Watson - Jul 19, 2022

Three takeaways as the USWNT defeated the CanWNT in the Concacaf W Championship. The lone goal was an Alex Morgan penalty in the 78th minute.

USWNT gets revenge and wins the Concacaf W Championship against the CanWNT onn July 19, 2022.

Guadalupe, MX – The USWNT gets revenge for their Summer Olympic loss against their arch-rivals, the CanWNT at Estadio BBVA. The U.S. was the better team at the end of the game as it was a goal scored via a penalty that gave them the Concacaf W Championship win. The USWNT gets revenge in the […]

CanWNT USWNT: player, Jessie Fleming scores the first of three goals against Jamaica in Mexico
Kyle Watson - Jul 16, 2022

PREVIEW – Nearly a year after their dramatic semi-final penalty shootout wins at the Tokyo Olympics, the CanWNT will face off against the USWNT again – this time in the CONCACAF Championship W Final. The Olympics represented something of a new chapter in CONCACAF: it was the CanWNT’s first tournament win in a decade and […]

emily sonnett
Matt Pollard, Editor - Jul 14, 2022

MONTERREY – The United States Women’s National Team have qualified for the Concacaf W Championship final. On Thursday evening, they played Costa Rica in the semifinals and were led by Emily Sonnett. Emily Sonnett Leads USWNT to past Costa Rica to Concacaf W Final Vlatko Andonovski made five changes to the starting lineup that defeated […]

Concacaf W Championship Podcast

On the latest Last Word SC Radio, Rachael Kriger brings on Raheem Bashir and R.J. Allen to discuss and preview the Concacaf W Championship.

NWSL Podcast May

On the latest Last Word SC Radio, Rachael Kriger and Trebor Tracy take over the show to discuss all things women’s soccer in the NWSL and abroad.


The U.S. Soccer Federation, along with the USMNT and USWNT, have agreed on a historic equal pay CBA that will run through 2028 for both teams.

CanWNT wins first-ever Gold Medal in 2021

EDITORIAL – The 2021 CanWNT will go down as the greatest year in both the men’s and women’s national programs. It was not all promising to start the year though in the SheBelieves Cup. However, it gave Canada enough preparation for the upcoming friendlies and the Summer Olympics. The 2021 CanWNT Made History Team MVP […]

u.s. soccer 2021
Kiril Anastasov - Dec 21, 2021

EDITORIAL – For American soccer fans, 2021 was a roller-coaster. The U.S. national teams were at times a source of great joy and national pride, and other times the cause of utter heartbreak. We take a look back at a crazy year for US Soccer, month by month. U.S. Soccer 2021 Recap – A Retrospective […]

Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 3, 2021

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt, Dan, and Rachael get together for our final U.S. Soccer Round Table for awhile. We break down the USMNT Gold Cup Champions and how they made it happen. What a final it was, defeating Mexico 1-0 in extra time. Last Word SC […]

uswnt olympics
Matt Pollard, Editor - Jul 27, 2021

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? Last Word SC Radio is back for the second time this week because USWNT Olympics aren’t going well. Rachael joins Matt to break down the three group stage games and what they mean, individually and collectively. Last Word SC Radio: USWNT Olympics Analysis We discuss what the team’s done well […]

USWNT Olympics Japan

The USWNT provided more questions than answers in a scoreless draw against Australia, just narrowly making it to the knockout rounds.

USWNT win New Zealand

The USWNT bounced back from a disappointing result against Sweden and topped New Zealand, 6-1, to take second place in Group G at the Olympics.

USWNT Olympics

The Olympics may look different this year with no fans, but the USWNT still has a chance to make history this summer in Tokyo.

USWNT roster analysis
Matt Pollard, Editor - Jun 29, 2021

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt Pollard is back and Rachael Kriger has USWNT roster analysis. She spits FIRE about some of the personnel decisions and the merits behind them. Buckle up WoSo. Last Word SC Radio: USWNT Roster Analysis, MLS Catchup Then we do Red Light, Yellow […]

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LA Galaxy Defender Lucas Calegari and the Rest of the Defense Will Have Their Work Cut Out for Them Against the Seattle Sounders. Seattle Is Coming off a 4-1 Away Win. (Photo Credit: LA Galaxy)
Rob Jalón - Jun 29, 2021

The Los Angeles Galaxy sent out a flurry of marketing emails earlier this week. In them, they cajole fans to attend its upcoming home match this Saturday, April 1, 2023, against the Seattle Sounders. Amid the beer ticket pack and free ticket offers (boycott result?) for the LA Galaxy vs. Seattle match, some “unbeaten in […]

The New England Revolution, the Eastern Conference Leaders
Jamie Rooke - Jun 29, 2021

The New England Revolution turned their clash with D.C. United on its head in the last outing. Coming out of the international break and the Eastern Conference leaders have another team on their side of the bracket next up. NYCFC have began 2023 slowly but they remain a very dangerous outfit. Eastern Conference Leaders Look […]

MLS: Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union as Part of the
Adam Kennedy - Jun 29, 2021

It’d be harsh to suggest that Philadelphia Union’s MLS Cup final defeat to LAFC is hanging over them. But the Union set such a high standard in their last campaign that this season is proving something of a slow burner so far. Here are three takeaways from the Philadelphia Union’s first five MLS fixtures in […]

NWSL: NWSL Preseason-OL Reign at Portland Thorns FC on March 18, 2023
Connor Marshall - Jun 29, 2021

The Kansas City Current will face off against the Portland Thorns on April 1 at Children’s Mercy Park. This rematch of last year’s championship match will be the first of several nationally broadcast matches on CBS. After an opening week with record-breaking attendance and viewership, the NWSL will look to continue the momentum with this […]

MLS: Vancouver Whitecaps FC at CF Montreal on April 16, 2022
Felipe Vallejo - Jun 29, 2021

PREVIEW – The Vancouver Whitecaps host CF Montreal on Saturday, marking their first Canadian derby of the year. Both teams have been on mixed form, with both teams only securing three points from a possible 15. Saturday will be another chance for the Whitecaps to get their first win of the season, with the added […]

Soccer: Fifa World Cup Qualifier-Jamaica at Candada as Cyle Larin Scores With a CanMNT Fast Start

TORONTO, ON – The CanMNT’s fast start to the game set the tone for the game and the match. It put Honduras on the back foot and made them catch up for most of the game. As a result of the win, Canada will be going to Las Vegas in June to face Panama. This […]

Louisville City Fc’s Paolo Delpiccolo Contests for the Ball on June 12, 2019
William McDonald - Jun 29, 2021

Saturday afternoon started as a day of celebration for the Louisville City FC community. Their match against El Paso Locomotive FC marked the 200th USL appearance for club captain, Paolo DelPiccolo. DelPiccolo was honored before the match; a ceremony that would prove to be the high point of the entire evening for LouCity FC. El […]

Soccer: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022-Canada at Morocco with Alistair Johnston Against Morocco at Al Thumama Stadium
Evan Curnew - Jun 29, 2021

Preview – CanMNT host Honduras tonight at BMO Field in Nations League action. It is the first match back in Canada for the CanMNT since clinching World Cup qualification nearly a year ago to the day. It will be Canada’s second match this international window, having won 2-0 in Curacao on March 25th. Should Canada pick […]