Friday Newsletter: Let's Break Some Women's Soccer News
Which cities are showing real interest in starting NWSL expansion teams? Is the U.S. going to bid on hosting the 2027 women's World Cup? And is the WWC every two years dead? Plus the Mailbag.
The assignment came from my editor on Monday. Get some new information to help answer these questions on women’s soccer:
• Is the United States going to bid on hosting the 2027 women’s World Cup?
• Is the idea to make the women’s World Cup a once-every-two-years event still alive? Or is it as dead as it is on the men’s side?
• Which cities are showing real interest in starting NWSL expansion teams?
Oh, who am I kidding? My assigning editor is me, which is the great thing about owning my site. But this guy is a demanding boss, so he kept on me all week as I made calls to various sources. The good news is we have some new information and context!
Let’s break it down:
IS THE U.S. GOING TO BID ON HOSTING WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2027?
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