by Justin Salhani Sep 17, 2015
Ardalan, whose nickname is "Lady Goal," responded with an Instagram post on Tuesday saying that foreign media was exaggerating her case but acknowledging that Iran’s laws need change.
by Justin Salhani Sep 16, 2015
The Hungarian camerawoman, who worked for a right wing television station, has since been fired and apologized publicly for her conduct.
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 13, 2015
Riding a wave of popularity from the Women's World Cup, the NWSL sits on the precipice of groundbreaking territory for a women’s pro soccer league in the United States.
by Kiley Kroh Sep 10, 2015
"The players feel they have been left with no option other than to take this course of action."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Sep 10, 2015
"Soccer makes me happy and it makes me forget about the problems I had in El Salvador," one teenager said.
by Justin Salhani Aug 12, 2015
What this incident signifies is that the regime in Azerbaijan may be aware of growing discontent among the masses due to corruption and a faltering economy.
by Justin Salhani Jul 28, 2015
This year alone there have been at least 15 defections by Cubans representing their countries in international competitions.
by Kiley Kroh Jul 20, 2015
"If you think about women's sports in the post-Title IX era, what you're talking about is a new world order."
by Alan Pyke Jul 18, 2015
Russia is set to host the 2018 World Cup. But its response to rampant fan racism in its top flight soccer league leaves much to be desired.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 6, 2015
As of Sunday night, Team U.S.A. became the best soccer team in the world. But their success on the field doesn't necessarily correlate to national gender equality.