Alex Morgan

There Has Never Been A Better Time To Get Into European Women’s Soccer Than This Weekend

Let’s be real here: Women’s soccer has a long way to go to receive media coverage as widespread as men’s soccer, to get even half the coverage it deserves. Sadly, many organizations simply don’t put the necessary resources into what accounts for half of the beautiful game. But there has never been a better time to support women’s football — and for those who want to know how to watch women's soccer in the U.S., it’s never been easier.

Alex Morgan Got A Front-Row Seat To The Prettiest Chipped Goal Of 2020

Alex Morgan didn’t get on the field in her first match at Tottenham. The USWNT striker was an unused substitute as Spurs lost to North London rival Arsenal in the quarterfinals of the FA Women’s Cup. But Morgan did get a front-row view of the gorgeous Jordan Nobbs goal vs Tottenham that sent Arsenal on its way to a 4-0 win.

Alex Morgan Talks Leaving NWSL, Expectations And More In First Spurs Interview

Alex Morgan is a Spurs player. It’s a sentence that I haven’t gotten used to saying after she left for England earlier this month. Morgan traded the NWSL for the FA Women’s Super League and shed some light on that decision in her first interview with Tottenham.

FIFA 21’s Top-Rated Women Show EA Sports Hasn’t Watched Any WoSo This Year

Every year, a lot is made of the new FIFA ratings. Most of the focus is on the men’s players, with FUT becoming a cash cow for EA Sports. But taking one look at the FIFA 21 women's ratings makes it clear no one at EA watches much women’s soccer. Even the top-rated player agrees she’s not the best right now.

Alex Morgan Abandons NWSL For Mediocre English Club

USWNT superstar and global icon Alex Morgan signed with Tottenham Hotspurs of the FA Women’s Super League on Saturday. It’s a sentence so weird, even Alex Morgan herself can’t believe it.

The USWNT’s Most Deadly Potential Starting XI Right Now

So the 2019-20 season was a mess, we all know that. On top of everything else that had been cancelled or postponed, we added the Tokyo Olympics to that list. Once upon a time, they were set to take off July 24, 2020. 

Why is this so important, you ask? Well, that was supposed to be the date the USWNT returned to play. With the Games now being postponed until July 2021, we have a while before these badass ladies return to the pitch.

Alex Morgan Is Returning To Orlando Pride — With Baby In Tow

It has been about a year since we have seen the U.S. women’s national team and Orlando Pride forward take the field, but Alex Morgan is back and better than ever with a new addition to the Pride family. Morgan had her first baby girl, Charlie Elena Carrasco on May 7 and now four months later she is on her way to Orlando to get back to team training.