Kate Del Fava heads in late winner for Utah Royals (1:01)
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2dJeff Kassouf

Coffey injured as USWNT Olympic selection nears

United States women's national team midfielder Sam Coffey is out for the Portland Thorns' match on Sunday due to an ankle injury, with just over a month remaining until the start of the Olympics.

Jaedyn Shaw tallies a goal for San Diego (0:42)
Yazmeen Ryan scores outside the box while falling for Gotham FC (0:56)
Sam Staab heads Red Stars level (0:41)
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Matilda Cortnee Vine quits ALW for US move

Cortnee Vine, the most recognisable star in the A-League Women, has dealt the competition a significant blow by leaving Sydney FC to take up a contract in the USA's National Women's Soccer League.

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4dEmily Keogh

City's Morgan moves to NWSL's Washington Spirit

England defender Esme Morgan has signed a four-year deal with NWSL side Washington Spirit after leaving Manchester City.

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5dJeff Kassouf

'Unfair': Music fest makes Red Stars move game

Four days after setting a new single-game attendance record for the NWSL, the relocation of a September music festival has bumped the Chicago Red Stars from their usual home stadium.

How 16-year-old Alex Pfeiffer made NWSL history (2:10)
Temwa Chawinga's brace leads Kansas City Current to victory (0:55)
Chicago Red Stars break NWSL attendance record (0:16)
Sophia Smith dispatches penalty to open scoring for Portland (0:53)
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Chicago breaks NWSL attendance mark at Wrigley

The Chicago Red Stars set a single-game NWSL attendance record with an announced crowd of 35,038 fans watching the team's matchup with Bay FC at Wrigley Field on Saturday.

Bay FC goes up 2-0 thanks to a goal from Joelle Anderson (0:54)
Kiki Pickett nets her first NWSL goal from distance for Bay FC (0:33)
Kate Wiesner's clever finish makes it 1-0 Spirit (0:40)
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Dunn, Lavelle lead Gotham to 3rd-straight win

USWNT Midfielder Rose Lavelle scored with 62 minutes gone to break a deadlock and hand NJ/NY Gotham FC its third straight win, 2-1 against Angel City FC Saturday in Harrison, New Jersey.

Rose Lavelle's second-half goal gives Gotham FC the win (0:40)
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10dJeff Kassouf

Gotham's Farrelly retires 'fulfilled and at peace'

NJ/NY Gotham FC and Republic of Ireland midfielder Sinead Farrelly announced her abrupt retirement from soccer on Friday due to post-concussive syndrome, which will require rehabilitation.