The U.S. Women's National Team defeated Thailand, 13-0, in group play at the 2019 World Cup, raising questions about sportsmanship. The outcry, however, is misdirected and misses the root cause of the disparity between the programs.
The U.S. Women's National Team (USWNT) opens up group play against Thailand in the first step toward defending its championship title. Alex Morgan and head coach Jill Ellis discuss the match against Thailand.
Natalie Juncos, defender for the Argentina National Team, discusses shifting cultural attitude toward women's soccer in Argentina, her teammates, and the squad's preparation heading into the group stage in France 2019.
Brad Smith is the team photographer for the U.S. Women's National Team. Smith is embedded with the team, traveling and documenting the team through every training session, friendly, and tournament. In addition, he shoots games in the National Women Soccer League (NWSL) and college. Our Game Magazine spoke with Smith and we had a wide-ranging discussion that covered how he got started with photography, the equipment he uses, technique, and his favorite moments.
Krieger's AKFC adult camp concept aims to fill that void in the soccer world with a simple goal: provide an intimate experience for adult athletes to learn, train, and have fun while promoting the beautiful game around the world. The adult camp program is an extension of an overall camp concept developed by Krieger and lines up next to youth camps and targeted-skills clinics in AKFC's burgeoning camp portfolio.
Teams in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) have released updated rosters heading into the 2019 offseason. Teams can exercise contract options or extend new contract offers to players currently on the rosters. Players whose option isn't exercised or don't receive a new contract offer are placed on the re-entry wire. The list of players who are allocated for the 2019 season will be released at a later date.