Some legal maneuvering has surfaced in the wake of the U.S. Soccer Federation’s (USSF) cancellation of the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) match against Trinidad & Tobago scheduled for December 6 at Aloha Stadium. A class-action lawsuit has been filed by two fans and the USSF has sent a letter to the Stadium Authority claiming the Authority failed to provide a first-class field. More
In an interview with Mother Jones, U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo further outlines the field conditions and also sheds more light on the disparity between the U.S. men’s and women’s teams.
The president of U.S. Soccer, Sunil Gulati, apologizes for cancelling the USWNT match.
USWNT Players Speak Out
On The Players’ Tribune, the USWNT players explain their decision not to play on an unsafe field.
USWNT Cancels Match If you were under a rock this past week, you might missed that U.S. Soccer cancelled a match due to unsafe field conditions.