Orlando Pride and North Carolina Courage blocked the release of New Zealand internationals Ali Riley and Abby Erceg ahead of the Olympic Games.
MLS's Orlando City SC is nearing an agreement to be sold to the Wilf family, the owners of the NFL's Minnesota Vikings.
USWNT and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan has said she is "frustrated" by the scheduling of the National Women's Soccer League's Challenge Cup.
The state of Rio de Janeiro has declared Feb. 19 as Women's Football Day in honour of Brazilian great Marta.
USWNT and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan has said she was "fairly sick" with COVID-19 when she and her family tested positive for the virus.
USWNT star Alex Morgan has reported to Orlando Pride's National Women's Soccer League preseason camp after recovering from COVID-19.
Brazil legend Marta announced her engagement to her Orlando Pride teammate Toni Pressley on social media on Monday.
USWNT's Alex Morgan will return to Orlando Pride for 2021 after spending the first half of the 2020-21 season with Tottenham.
Tobin Heath, Rose Lavelle, Sam Mewis, Alex Morgan and Christen Press are all playing in England and will not join the camp.
Alex Morgan is the latest United States women's national team player to join the Women's Super League.
United States women's national team and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan will join Tottenham Hotspur, multiple sources confirmed to ESPN.
Alex Morgan is expected to return to full team training Monday and may be available in some capacity for the NWSL's fall season.
USWNT striker Alex Morgan has transcended the sport she rules and entered popular culture by having a Barbie doll made in her own image.
The former Manchester City player spent time on loan with Melbourne City in the early part of the season.
Three days after announcing multiple positive coronavirus tests, the Orlando Pride said that new tests have shown inconsistent results.
The Orlando Pride have withdrawn from the upcoming NWSL Challenge Cup after six players and four staffers tested positive for the coronavirus.
Emily van Egmond has joined Melbourne City for the upcoming W-League season.
Alex Morgan will miss the rest of the season for the Orlando Pride due to a patella stress reaction in her right knee.