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New Nike Deal Ensures Future For Women's Pro Soccer In U.S.
The future of top-flight women's professional soccer in the United States is stronger than ever thanks to a new deal between Nike and the National Women's Soccer League that comes just one day before the league's 2015 championship game. The league ...
Lauren Holiday preparing to say goodbye to pro soccer
No other women's professional soccer league in the United States has played into a fourth year. Merritt Paulson, owner of the NWSL's Thorns and Major League Soccer's Portland Timbers, announced that some 12,000 tickets had been sold for the final ...
Soccer notes: Sporting KC wins US Open Cup, beating Union
Salt Lake Tribune
No other pro women's soccer league in the United States has lasted more than three seasons. Nike will also supply the league's official game ball. "We see the NWSL as the leading women's soccer league in the world, and it (the partnership) complements ...
Professional soccer is officially coming home to the Magic City
Alabamians were seen recently embracing the world phenomenon of soccer like never before. Just last month, the U.S. Women's National Soccer team broke records at Legion Field with attendance reaching 35,753, the largest ever for a stand-alone WNT ...
FIFA World Cup increases popularity of women's soccer
The United States team went in determined to take back the trophy that had eluded them since the famous 1999 World Cup, the one that provided a boom in participation in women's soccer around the nation. This team was also particularly motivated given ...
Raven Edwards named America East Women's Soccer Player of the Week
Stony Brook Statesman
A career-best season continues to unfold for Stony Brook Women's Soccer's redshirt junior forward Raven Edwards, who was recognized as the America East Women's Soccer Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 5-11. Edwards netted three goals in an ...
About Womens Professional Soccer
The Women's Professional Soccer, also known as WPS, is the women's top professional football league in the United States. The league is overseen by CONCACF and currently has 7 soccer clubs playing 20 regular season games competing for the 4 spots in the playoffs for the championship.