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U.S. Soccer Federation sues women's national team union over CBA
Both the Players Association and US Soccer believed that the development of a sustainable women's professional league would be beneficial for the development of girls' and women's soccer in the United States. In addition, the establishment of the NWSL ...
USWNT players remain united after U.S. Soccer's blindside lawsuit
If players on the United States women's national soccer team are eager for a new contract that would alleviate their concern and, in some instances, anger over working conditions and compensation, they got a shock this week. The lawyer they hired to ...
Life lessons on the soccer field with Hamm, Lilly and Venturini-Hoch
The Auburn Plainsman
Lilly, retired women's professional soccer and United States women's national soccer team player, was inspired and pushed to excel by her older brother of 4 years. Lilly said she believes the best thing anyone could be is a role model. "We love the ...
US Soccer sues United States women's national team over CBA
U.S. Soccer felt it necessary to take this course of action after Richard Nichols, the newly appointed Executive Director of the Women's National Team Players Association, notified U.S. Soccer that he does not believe there to be a current CBA, a ...
Lion Links: 2/6/16
The Mane Land
Following the lawsuit from U.S. Soccer, the women of the United States Women's National Team are facing yet another issue. The Zika virus has been rampantly spreading throughout most of Central America and is working its way down into South America, ...
Girls vs. Boys: US Soccer's Development Academy dilemma
There is a pro women's league, the NWSL -- which, by the way, only exists because the USSF runs it – but the holy grail for the girls remains college. And the main place college coaches scout is the ECNL -- the Elite Clubs National League, sanctioned ...
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.