Saturday's launch of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) brings one question to the lips of many: Will the third version of a women's professional soccer league be the charm?
Contrary to public opinion, we all can make a difference. Just ask Julie Foudy, who has the perfect way for you to get involved.
Julie Foudy looks at the defining moments of Pia Sundhage's tenure with U.S. women's soccer and says the coach's calmness during adversity is what redefined the team.
From The Women's Games to those big, heavy medals, Julie Foudy wraps up the London Games in her Self-Professed Bloody Brilliant Blog Finale!
En route to Olympic gold, the U.S. women's soccer team performed on that mystical stage with an unwavering sense of purpose, finishing a script it began writing after its heartbreaking Women's World Cup final loss.
Break out the oxygen tanks, people! Julie Foudy is still recovering from Monday's Olympic semifinal thriller and is in awe over the U.S. team's refusal to quit.
From minding the gap to calling out Londoners on runs, Julie Foudy presents Part II of her Self-Professed Bloody Brilliant Blog.
The fact that there are some new faces in the Olympic semifinals is a good thing for women's soccer, but Julie Foudy believes the U.S. team is still destined for gold.
The U.S. women's soccer team is headed to the quarterfinals and right now there's no one standing in the way of another gold says Julie Foudy.
Julie Foudy is saddened by Hope Solo's recent Twitter comments about Brandi Chastain. Why? Because how the U.S. women's soccer team is playing on the field is what we should be talking about.
From London cab confessions to finding the Perfect Pub, Julie Foudy presents Part I of her Self-Professed Blooday Brilliant Blog.
Yes, nothing seems to faze this U.S. women's soccer team, but it received an important reminder in its Olympic opener.
There is understandably lots of blame to be tossed around after the WPS suspended operations on Monday, so let's continue the buzz kill.
No matter what language Julie Foudy says it in, she says the U.S. women's team deserved to move on to the London Olympics.
Julie Foudy previews Friday's Olympic qualifying semifinal match between the United States and Costa Rica, and explains why the soccer gods are on the Americans' side.
Julie Foudy breaks down Team USA's win over Guatemala, and has a little advice for FIFA for the future.