Australia's bid for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup is shaping to be a joint bid with New Zealand.
U.S. Soccer is seeking the disclosure of all soccer-related income from the 28 players in the women's national team player pool.
More than one billion people watched this year's Women's World Cup, according to a statement by FIFA.
Sam Kerr looks like a back-to-back NWSL MVP. But is she ever closer to leaving for a European club? Alex Morgan knows how tough the decision is.
There is a window of opportunity for women's football following the unprecedented success of the 2019 World Cup in France. What should happen next?
Eight member associations will continue their bid to host the expanded women's World Cup in 2023, world governing body FIFA confirmed on Tuesday.
England defender Lucy Bronze won the UEFA Women's Player of the Year, defeating her Lyon club teammates Ada Hegerberg and Amandine Henry.
Who is in the hunt for the NWSL Shield? Is Sam Kerr the MVP front-runner? Catch up on the league as it heads into the international break.
Former Nigeria Super Falcons footballer Ifeanyi Chiejine has died in Lagos at the age of 36.
U.S. national team co-captain Megan Rapinoe says any conversations with U.S. Soccer must begin with women's players receiving equal pay to men.
Atlanta United manager Frank de Boer does not believe in equal pay for men and women in football, because women don't bring in as much revenue.
The United States is making plans to bid for the hosting rights to the 2027 Women's World Cup, U.S. Soccer Federation chief Carlos Cordeiro said.
How much will the roster for the 2023 World Cup change? Here are 10 players to keep an eye on, including some who might make the roster for Tokyo.
The U.S. women opened the World Cup victory tour with a 3-0 win, but Saturday's match was hardly the biggest news surrounding the team last week.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino is "very confident" the organization will exceed its goal of doubling the prize money for the '23 Women's World Cup.
Alex Morgan says she plans to play in the 2023 Women's World Cup, where she will chase an unprecedented third title.
From Olympic qualifying to the NWSL stretch run, what's next for the U.S. women and the players who won the World Cup trophy in France?
Soccer's world governing body FIFA has approved the expansion of the Women's World Cup from the existing 24 teams to 32 for the 2023 edition.
Even with Olympic qualifying around the corner, U.S. Soccer must take the time to find the right successor to Jill Ellis.
Jill Ellis stayed on the sideline and out of the spotlight, guiding the U.S. women's national team to its most successful stretch in history.
Jill Ellis is stepping down as coach of the United States women's national team. She led the U.S. to back-to-back World Cup titles.
FIFA is asking its ruling council to fast-track expansion of the next Women's World Cup to 32 teams.
United States co-captain Megan Rapinoe has secured a book deal with Penguin Press.