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.
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 […]
The USWNT provided more questions than answers in a scoreless draw against Australia, just narrowly making it to the knockout rounds.
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.
The Olympics may look different this year with no fans, but the USWNT still has a chance to make history this summer in Tokyo.
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 […]
The USWNT and head coach Vlatko Andonovski have released the 18-player roster that will fight for gold at the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
The USWNT claimed a 2-0 victory against Nigeria before Vlatko Andonovski sits down and lists his final 18-player roster for the Olympics.
Houston, Texas – After a close win over Portugal to kickoff the Summer Series, the U.S. women’s national team were back in form. The USWNT flexed their power in a four goal win last night. Hosting Jamaica from Houston, Texas, the U.S. wasted no time putting the screws to the visitors. Not a minute had gone […]
The USWNT was put to the test against a tough and gritty Portugal team on Thursday night, narrowly earning a 1-0 victory in the team’s first Summer Series contest.
We take a look at the U.S. Soccer Federation and its teams, the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams, along with tournaments.
EDITORIAL – Major League Soccer has started its 26th season. During the past year, I’ve listened to the 25 Stories that Made MLS series and Grant Wahl’s American Prodigy podcast. I’ve been thinking about the “what if ESPN decided to do a 30 For 30 or several about MLS/American Soccer?” question for years. With MLS […]
R.J. Allen has thoughts on what the U.S. women’s national team Olympic roster could look like. The USWNT, she writes, has a lot of questions.
PODCAST – What’s up Internet? This week, it’s a Friday night podcast. Rachael and Matt get together to recap the SheBelieves Cup. We discuss the USWNT win and performance, what progress Brazil has made, and whether Canada got a raw deal. LWSC Radio: SheBelieves Recap, Sacramento to MLS in jeopardy? Then we discuss several news […]
EDITORIAL – The CANWNT will be making their first-ever SheBelieves Cup appearance next month. They have been grouped with Argentina, Brazil, and the United States of America. The games will be done in a group stage format and each team will play three games. The team that finishes first at the end of the group […]
The National Women’s Soccer League is coming back. Today, the league announced the NWSL Challenge Cup, which will run from June 27 until July 26 in Utah.
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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – It was another uphill battle at home for Jonathan Lewis and the Colorado Rapids. Two red cards in their midweek game saw them thin at defense. Seattle Sounders came into Dick’s Sporting Goods Park also missing pieces. Both teams were looking for a result to rightfully move into a playoff spot. […]
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Goals from Ariel Lassiter and Robert Taylor give Inter Miami a 2-0 win against the Red Bulls at DRV PNK Stadium. The win stretches Phil Neville’s side to three games unbeaten in the league. Conversely, New York has tasted defeat on the road for the first time. Team News For New […]
MONTREAL, QC – CF Montreal lost their second game in a row after a late comeback in the second half by Real Salt Lake who recorded their first-ever win in franchise history over Montreal. CF Montreal lost their second-straight game, this time against Real Salt Lake A fast start for CF Montreal 1' Un missile […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jonathan Osorio was the late-game hero as TFC finally earned a point in MLS play. Washington, D.C. was the better team, but TFC fought resiliently and fought back two times to earn a point on the road. Jonathan Osorio’s late goal at Audi Field ends Toronto FC’s five-game losing streak Three keys […]
The Revolution have struggled away from Gillette thus far this year but thanks to Brandon Bye’s brilliance, they got a first road win against FC Cincinnati.
The USMNT June Roster was revealed today and also exciting news as Gabriel Slonina announces his commitment to play for the USMNT against Poland. USMNT June Roster Breakdown + Slonina Decision The USMNT has released its roster for the upcoming friendlies and the return of the CONCACAF Nations League. The yanks will head to Cincinnati […]
PODCAST – Hallo fanateekelingen van Colorado Rapids! On this bonus episode of Holding The High Line, Red speaks with Cole Bassett ahead of Feyenoord Rotterdam’s UEFA Europa League Final against AS Roma. We discuss his league season, how he’s grown as a player and a person, the future, and much more. Holding The High Line […]
The Revs put five past FC Cincinnati in the Open Cup just over a week ago, and now the pair meet once again, but this time in league action.