US Women’s Soccer Team
The USWNT’s World Cup win is so much bigger than trophies and even the game itself. Alex Morgan tells us that the team’s July 7 win was a victory for the masses, because of the platform it provided to continue the fight for equal pay.
Shaquille O’Neal spoke out about his thoughts on the pay gap between men and women in the world of sports when he EXCLUSIVELY spoke to HL at the opening party for the bar & grill BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas on July 12.
Laurie Hernandez is beyond proud of the U.S. Women’s Soccer team for using their big win to shine light on equal pay! Now, she tells HollywoodLife that she wants to keep the conversation going, and it’s time to ‘hold people accountable.’
US Women’s National Team co-captain Alex Morgan strolled into the ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ studio liked she owned the place while wearing the sexiest, low-cut blazer. Her orange outfit was absolutely to-die-for.
Wow! After tense negotiations and threats of a strike, the FIFA World Cup-winning U.S. women’s soccer team got a brand new collective bargaining agreement on April 4. Does this finally mean they’ll get paid equally as the U.S. men team?
There’s something very wrong with the U.S. Women’s national soccer team after their shocking 3-0 loss to France in the SheBelieves Cup and fans are pointing the finger straight at coach Jill Ellis. We’ve got the details on how they want her gone after one of the worst defeats in team history.
The SheBelieves Cup is underway, pitting some of the best women soccer players against each other in a fast-paced, heart-pounding tournament! After a thrilling first round, get to know all about the SheBelieves Cup and what to expect next!
The SheBelieves Cup is back, and what better way to kick off the tournament than with a rematch from the 2016 finals? USA takes on Germany on March 1, so don’t miss a second of this epic match!
Get ready, Europe: here comes Carli Lloyd. The 2016 FIFA Best Women’s Player of the year and World Cup champion announced on Feb. 15 that she’s signed with Manchester City! Does this mean that she’s ditching the Houston Dash for good?
Alex Morgan knows her worth! The US women’s soccer forward claims she and her team ‘are not scared’ to strike if they have to for ‘equitable treatment’ and pay. The star athlete revealed that FIFA needs to start ‘respecting’ women’s soccer, and she didn’t hold back on the issue. Let’s discuss this…
After a disappointing exit at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the United States Women’s National Team is back in action, as the soccer stars face Thailand on Sept. 15. It’s Heather O’Reilly’s last game — will she cap off her career with a win? It’s going to be good so click to watch!
The US Women’s National Team just played their soccer rivals, Japan, to a draw. Will Team USA take home the win during their June 5 clash at 12.30pm EST? It’s time for the second international friendly and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see it. Click to watch.
It’s time for Round 2! Japan fought the United States Women’s National Team to the bitter end in a friendly soccer match, but neither team walked away with a win. Now that it’s time for the second game, will one of these World Cup rivals emerge victorious?
Ladies, here are your new role models. Robin Wright, star of the Netflix hit ‘House of Cards’, fought hard and won equal pay for her work. Now, the US women’s soccer team is lobbying for pay parity with the men’s team.
Just f*cking do it! That’s what the US women’s soccer team members Hope Solo, Becky Sauerbrunn and Ali Krieger demanded on The Daily Show on May 4. And what they were asking for was to be paid the same salaries and bonuses as the US men’s soccer team.
Five of the top players in U.S. Women’s soccer have filed a formal complaint that they want the same pay as the U.S. Men’s team when it comes to their performance. Read on for why they felt it had to come to a lawsuit!
This is SO SAD it had to come down to this! The U.S. Women’ s national soccer team has filed a lawsuit to demand equal pay and playing conditions as the men’s national team. Right now, they make about a quarter of what the men do, and unlike the guys, the women’s team has hoisted the World Cup trophy above their heads not once but three times, most recently in 2015! But that still wasn’t enough to get them the same pay and treatment as the guys, so it’s off to court!
What an amazing donation! Soccer star Brandi Chastain has bravely offered to donate her brain after her death to help with concussion and CTE research, a pressing issue in the sports world. Get the details here!
Brandi Chastain may be known for her legacy with the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, but she wants to leave behind a legacy with something she is even more passionate about: Concussion and CTE research. CTE, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, is a degenerative disease that is caused by severe blows to the head, which has become a growing concern amongst athletes. The 47-year-old soccer icon announced on March 3 that she will donate her brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation so it can be studied by the prestigious Boston University CTE program — an amazing and important contribution.
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