As you’ve probably heard recently, the United States women’s national team stars have signed contracts with teams in England’s FAWSL. It started a month ago when Hanson’s Samantha Mewis signed with Manchester City. Rose Lavelle, formerly with the Boston Breakers prior to their early 2018 demise, signed with the Blues eight days later. This week, […]
Hanson, Mass. native Samantha Mewis has signed a contract with the Manchester City Women’s team in the FA Women’s Super League, the team announced Monday morning. Terms of the deal were not announced. “We’re thrilled to welcome Sam to Manchester City and we’re thoroughly looking forward to working with her,” City coach Gareth Taylor said. […]
When the Boston Breakers bowed out of the National Women’s Soccer League in January 2018, the league’s then-managing director, Amanda Duffy, stressed that the Boston market was one the league believed in and wanted to return to. “It’s a brand that has a great historical reputation in women’s professional soccer,” Duffy had told The Associated […]
Let’s get right to it! Watford vs. Tottenham, Saturday, 7:30 a.m. Can Watford, one of the hottest clubs in the English top flight not named Liverpool, make it five wins in six? It would be an incredible feat should it happen against North London side Tottenham, a side still in the European hunt for next […]
New US Women’s National Team manager Vlatko Andonovski has named the 28 players he has invited into pre-Olympic training camp for January, with Hanson, Mass.’s Samantha Mewis one of seven midfielders called in. At stake will be 20 open spots for the Olympic roster, with training being held in Tampa, Fla. from January 5-15. The […]
Don’t expect an NWSL club back in Boston in 2020. The National Women’s Soccer League announced on Thursday, Dec. 19 that the league will remain at nine teams for the 2020 season, but that it “continues to engage in substantive discussions with several potential expansion groups with the possibility of announcing additional teams for the […]
Remember those offers of Venmo’d cash and beer back in May 2019? Now’s the time to cash those in.