Official: Carli Lloyd joins Man City Women on short-term deal
Manchester City Women’s FC officially announced the signing of Carli Lloyd for the 2017 Spring Series, FA Women’s Cup and UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign on Wednesday.
Formerly known as Manchester City Ladies FC, the club was founded in 1988 by C...
Sources: Carli Lloyd set for head-turning move to Man City
It seems yet another U.S. Women’s National Team star has flown the coop.
Reigning FIFA world player of the year Carli Lloyd has signed with Manchester City’s women’s squad and will be unveiled next week, multiple sources tell SoccerWire.com.
NWSL and A+E Networks announce historic partnership
The National Women's Soccer League and A+E Networks have entered a historic partnership whereby A+E Networks will become the league's newest investor with an equity stake in the National Women's Soccer League, joining the existing team ownership groups. As one of the leading women's media brands, Lifetime, will become an official sponsor and broadcast partner of the league in a three-year deal, beginning in April.
Forty players selected in 2017 NWSL College Draft
The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) held the 2017 NWSL College Draft on Thursday with 40 players being selected over four rounds at the NSCAA Convention in Los Angeles. The Boston Breakers selected Wisconsin midfielder Rose Lavelle with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
Carli Lloyd wins second straight Best FIFA Women’s Player award
Houston Dash and U.S. Women's National Team midfielder Carli Lloyd was named the Best FIFA Women’s Player for 2016 at a gala in Zurich, the home of FIFA, on Monday. The award is Lloyd’s second consecutive World Player of the Year honor, making her the second American and fifth woman ever to win the award in back-to-back years.
Q&A: Jim Gabarra on an offseason of change for Spirit, NWSL
The Washington Spirit carved out their most successful season ever in 2016, and came within a few precious seconds (followed by some PK-shootout agony) of winning the NWSL championship. But you probably wouldn’t know it by the tone and tenor around the c...
Veteran soccer exec leaves Louisville City to take NWSL post
One of the most accomplished women in the business of North American soccer is headed to a new role with the NWSL.
USL club Louisville City FC announced Tuesday that their president, Amanda Duffy, is leaving LCFC to become the managing director of operations ...