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Guest Post – A case for a professional women’s football team in Aotearoa New Zealand

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By Ella Reilly

Football in New Zealand has come a long way in the thirteen or fourteen years since I first fell in love with the sport. 1,071 more words


FIFA 2015: Capitalizing on Women's World Cup fever essential, Kristina Kiss says

Twenty-three Canadians will have an opportunity that Kristina Kiss never had and never will have: She never played in a FIFA Women’s World Cup in her home country. 574 more words

Local Sports

Matildas waltzing without FFA help

With female football booming, it’s about time the women’s game wasn’t just confined to one week, according to Hera Mag‘s guest contributor Paul Brown 381 more words


Professional women's soccer on the horizon in Calgary

A year ago, I never thought a professional women’s soccer team in our city would be possible. I chalked it up to lack of interest and had basically resigned to the fact that it was just a pipe dream.  216 more words


2015 Update: Women's Soccer Pro, Semi-Pro and Pro-Am Teams in North America

This map is interactive. Click on the little white square to expand the menu. Select a check box to show or hide a league’s teams. Zoom in or out with the +/- buttons. 44 more words


College Spotlight: Sarah Killion

She helped lead the LA Blues (formerly the Pali Blues) to back-to-back W-League titles in 2013 and 2014. UCLA’s Sarah Killion will be hoping to emulate that success when she joins the NWSL this season. 537 more words

National Women's Soccer League

Just girls in fancy dress: 100 years of women's football

In honour of Perth Glory women’s team reaching the W-League grand final this Sunday (I’ll be there), Dodgy Perth decided to seek out the first women’s football game played in WA. 412 more words