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This Week in Women’s Football: June 24

This Week in Women’s Football: NWSL games to watch on Saturday, June 26, and top women’s football transfers

June 24, 2021 By Juan Aguerrevere
The world of women’s football keeps on turning as the NWSL regular season unfolds and transfer deals surface from around the world. Here is what is trending in women’s football.

How to watch five NWSL games on Saturday, June 26

All ten NWSL representatives will play on Saturday, June 26. Prepare yourself for a Saturday afternoon packed with North American women’s football.

Chicago Red Stars vs. Racing Louisville at 2 p.m. ET

The Chicago Red Stars will host Racing Louisville at Toyota Park on Saturday at 2 p.m. ET. The game will stream live exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA and internationally on Twitch.

OL Reign vs. Gotham FC at 4 p.m. ET

A fired-up OL Reign and a Gotham FC looking to avenge a midweek draw against league-leaders Orlando Pride will meet at Cheeney Stadium on Saturday at 4 p.m. ET. The match will stream live exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA and internationally on Twitch.

NC Courage vs. Portland Thorns at 7 p.m. ET

The North Carolina Courage and Portland Thorns, the two of the best scoring teams so far in 2021, will meet at WakeMed Park on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET. The clash between the Courage and the Thorns will stream live exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA and internationally on Twitch.

Houston Dash vs. Orlando Pride at 8 p.m. ET

The space race between the Houston Dash and the Orlando Pride will resume on Saturday at 8 p.m. at BBVA Stadium in Houston, Tex. The heated space race rivalry game will stream live exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA and internationally on Twitch.

Kansas City vs. Washington Spirit at 8:30 p.m. ET

Kansas City is still in search of its first regular-season win after a fifth-consecutive loss. On the other hand, the Washinton Spirit will look to get back to winning ways after consecutive one-all draws. Kansas City will host the meeting at Legends Field on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. ET.

NWSL fans from around the globe, including the USA, can tune into Twitch to watch the game for free.

Top women’s football transfers

June 24 – American duo of Christen Press and Tobin heath have officially left Manchester United after a one-year stint. 

June 23 – Forwards Jess Sigsworth and Jane Ross left Manchester United due to their contracts running out. 

June 22 – Olympique Lyonnais signed OL Academy product Alyssia Paljevic. The goalkeeper celebrated her nineteenth birthday by signing her first professional contract.

June 22 – Liverpool signed 22-year-old striker Leanne Kiernan after three seasons at West Ham. Kiernan will reunite with former Hammer’s head coach Matt Beard.

June 21 – Olympique Lyonnais signed Chilean goalkeeper Christiane Endler and Danish striker Signe Brunn from PSG. Also, Dutch midfielder Danielle Van de Donk joined Lyon from Arsenal.

June 19 – Italian midfielder Aurora Galli, 24, departed from Juventus. Galli is linked with a move to Everton.  

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