Five years in, Juventus is still building but also competing on the world stage. We check in with the club's sporting director Stefano Braghin on the club's ambitions and the state of Serie A's growth.
Sweden's Fridolina Rolfö and Johanna Rytting Kaneryd discuss
Vilhjálmur Kári Haraldsson, longtime soccer coach in Iceland, reflects on his career, including his one year coaching Breiðablik, as well as watching his daughter grow on and off the pitch.
Ahead of Juventus' clash with Chelsea in the UEFA Women's Champions League, Matilde Lundorf and Amanda Nilden discuss the progress the club is making in becoming a top-tier destination for players.
The gap between the more established European nations and those smaller nations still developing their women's national team programs seems to be ever-widening given recent World Cup qualifying matches. Richard Laverty examines the necessity for increased qualifying rounds to help further development and spoke to coaches for their thoughts on the qualifying format.
A closer look at what makes Sweden's Fridolina Rolfö a prime factor in the attack for country and club.
Forward Karin Muya discusses the impact of COVID-19 on her career, including switching clubs during the pandemic.
Carolina Morace, former forward on the Italian Women's National Team, shares her memories of scoring four goals at Wembley Stadium ahead of The FA Community Shield match between Chelsea and Manchester City.
Goalkeeper Marie Hourihan has played for several teams in the FA Women's Super League but now plays in Portugal with SC Braga. Internationally, the London-born keeper plays for the Republic of Ireland. We caught up with the well-traveled goalkeeper to learn more about her soccer journey.