National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)

The National Women's Soccer League has secured a commercial boost ahead of the 2021 regular season by announcing a multiyear partnership with global payments firm Mastercard

The National Women's Soccer League board of governors is reportedly poised to approve the relocation of the announced expansion team in Sacramento, California, to San Diego

Major League Soccer expansion club Austin FC will actively consider launching a National Women's Soccer League team in the coming years, team president Andy Loughnane told SportBusiness.

The National Women’s Soccer League and NWSL Players Association have formally begun negotiations to secure the league's inaugural collective bargaining agreement.

Racing Louisville will usher in the long-awaited return of major league sports to Louisville this weekend. Bob Williams speaks to the NWSL expansion team's president Brad Estes about how the club was put together from scratch.

National Women's Soccer League team Sky Blue FC has undergone a major rebranding and will now compete as NJ/NY Gotham FC

Portion of company's fees to be delivered directly to players

In this week's episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Lisa Baird, commissioner of the National Women's Soccer League. Eric and Chris also discuss the National Football League's landmark set of domestic media rights agreements, a pair of large-scale industry pacts for National Basketball Association superstar LeBron James, and the return to video gaming for golf icon Tiger Woods.

The owners of the prospective National Women's Soccer League expansion team in Sacramento, California, are reportedly exploring relocating the club to San Diego

The Chicago Red Stars have become the latest National Women's Soccer League club to bring in a large group of celebrity investors to help further growth on and off the field

NWSL club is looking to gain new relevance on a local, national and international level by bringing in an expansive group of investors headlined by US presidential daughters Chelsea Clinton and Jenna Bush Hager.

Washington Spirit has become the latest National Women's Soccer League team to gain high-profile investors, with Chelsea Clinton and Jenna Bush Hager joining the club's ownership group

The announcement that the Japanese tennis star joined the NWSL team's ownership group resulted in significant global publicity, social-media engagement and sponsorship inquiries, majority owner Steve Malik tells SportBusiness.

The National Women's Soccer League has officially announced that an expansion team from Sacramento, California, will join the league for the 2022 season

The National Women's Soccer League expansion team in Kansas City will have temporary branding during its inaugural season in 2021 due to the tight turnaround in joining the league

Chris and Angie Long tell SportBusiness about the opportunities and challenges of acquiring an NWSL expansion team in Kansas City just six months prior to the 2021 season.