2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
2nd in United States NWSL
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20dReuters

OL Reign's Fishlock, Harvey scoop NWSL awards

OL Reign midfielder Jess Fishlock was named the NWSL's MVP on Tuesday, while head coach Laura Harvey won the Coach of the Year.

Washington & Chicago score stunners to book championship clash (1:16)
21d
Rapinoe rescues draw for OL Reign against Portland Thorns (1:09)
53d
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66dESPN

NWSL postpones games amid misconduct claim

The NWSL postponed its weekend matches pending a meeting with the players' association over misconduct accusations.

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111dESPN

Rapinoe 'needs time to think' about future

United States women's national team and OL Reign forward Megan Rapinoe has said she doesn't know what her playing future looks like.

NWSL defender gets dropped in a beautiful goal from Le Sommer (0:20)
127d
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136dESPN

Quinn Olympics' first openly trans competitor

OL Reign and Canada midfielder Quinn has said they are "proud" after becoming the first openly transgender person to compete at the Olympics.

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203dKathleen McNamee

Mewis, Lavelle back to NWSL after Man City spell

USWNT duo Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle have announced they are leaving Manchester City and returning to the National Women's Soccer League.

Rapinoe: 'Unacceptable' to still be fighting for equal pay (1:16)
257d
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2yGraham Hays

Rapinoe won't compete in NWSL tournament

OL Reign coach Farid Benstiti said he was "disappointed" and "frustrated" that Rapinoe would not appear at the tournament.

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2yGraham Hays

Lyon owners to buy Rapinoe's club Reign FC

Reign FC and Lyon parent company OL Groupe announced Thursday that the two sides have agreed to terms on the purchase of the NWSL club.

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2yReuters

Rapinoe wants investment in women's soccer

Megan Rapinoe has said she hopes for more investment in the women's domestic league and better pay for club players as well as the national sides.

RankingsUnited States NWSL

Goal Difference121st
Goals Scored381st
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded265th