Women's Soccer

Neid and Sundhage are longtime contemporaries and foes

Aug 18, 2016

Back when the first women's Olympic soccer tournament was held in 1996 at the Atlanta Games, they were players: Silvia Neid played for Germany and Pia Sundhage for Sweden

Formiga, 'the ant,' just keeps on going in women's soccer

Aug 14, 2016

Formiga just keeps on going. Tireless Brazilian midfielder still influential

China among 7 candidates for Asian seats on new FIFA Council

Aug 12, 2016

China aims to build its growing influence at FIFA by fielding a candidate in Asian elections for new seats on the world soccer body's ruling council that were created during anti-corruption reforms

Call from Scolari helped Brazil avoid soccer elimination

Aug 11, 2016

Brazil didn't need Marta to win at the Rio Games. All it took was a call from its last coach to win a World Cup and a couple of goals from its latest wonder kid.

CONMEBOL promotes female legal head Jimenez as interim CEO

Aug 11, 2016

South American soccer body CONMEBOL says it appointed legal director Monserrat Jimenez as interim director general

Rapinoe's return comes in time for quarterfinal push

Aug 10, 2016

Megan Rapinoe's return is coming at just the right time for the United States

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