Abby Wambach announced her retirement from the United States Women’s National Team today, ending speculation over whether she will be a part of the team at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
US Women’s National Team midfielder Megan Rapinoe and head coach Jill Ellis are on the short lists for 2015 FIFA year-end awards.
UK blog Just a Ball Game has compiled a list of players who are out at the World Cup kicking off this weekend in Canada.
One stop for Megan Rapinoe on her media day tour around New York was with MSNBC prime time host and USWNT fan Rachel Maddow.
Late last week the 2015 Ballot for the National Soccer Hall of Fame was released, and Natasha Kai became the first out LGBT player eligible for the list.
It’s time for our weekly look at LGBT soccer pros in North America, keeping an eye on all out sportspeople and their accomplishments over the past week.
Abby Wambach has been named number five on ESPNW’s year-end “Impact 10” list of female athletes. Wambach was a natural pick for the list with her record-breaking year as she passed Mia Hamm for...
Abby Wambach and Sarah Huffman got married in a ceremony in Hawaii this past weekend, multiple sources such as TMZ are now reporting.
Portland Thorns and US Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan spoke with ESPN last week, and one of the topics was gay athletes: On Robbie Rogers: I remember watching Robbie in person at Columbus...
Any fashionista will tell you never to forget your roots. US Soccer has a new jersey that celebrates 100 years of the federation (although we fans only like to count the last 20 or so)...