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Broadcaster and U.S Women's National Team legend Aly Wagner chats about making history as the first woman to work as an analyst during a Men's World Cup for American TV. She also discusses meeting some well known coaches in England to help her
New West Ham Head Coach Matt Beard chats about his new venture with the Hammers, as well as a difficult end to his time at the Boston Breakers. In addition, like all these podcasts, we ask Matt to bring a significant match from his career, und
FFC Frankfurt and Netherlands midfielder Jackie Groenen chats about winning last years European Championships on home soil, one year on. The 23-year-old discusses the journey from the opening game, to how her life changed after the final, whic
Iceland international Dagny Brynjatsdottir opens up about her recent pregnancy and continuing to train while carrying baby boy, Brynjar. She also discusses her time with the Portland Thorns, and the continuing growth of the Iceland National
North Carolina Courage forward and U.S legend Heather O'Reilly chats about her career coming full circle as she ends up back where it all started. She discusses the recent ICC Tournament in Miami, as well as looking back at her time with Arsen
Kieran and JJ look back at the main talking points in women's football over the last few weeks, before reminiscing over the last five years as Women's Soccer Zone says goodbye.
One of the world's best returns to Women's Soccer Zone in the latest of our 1-2-1 podcasts. Ada Hegerberg is still only 22 but is gunning for her third Champions League title next week after claiming her fourth French league title at the weeke
Things are good for Abby Erceg at present. Her club the North Carolina Courage is undefeated so far in the NWSL, while New Zealand Football has announced a historic Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for its women's team. Abby explains all.
After a while away JJ and Kieran are back for one of the final podcasts before we say goodbye to Women's Soccer Zone.  They discuss Champions League semi-finals, FA WSL, NWSL and some awards that have been handed out recently.
The NWSL season is just days away so JJ and Kieran look ahead to the 2018 campaign, covering all nine clubs and making a few predictions along the way. There are also interviews with Chicago's Arin Gilliland and Washington's Tori Huster.
It has been a busy few weeks since the last podcast as JJ and Kieran take a look back at the SheBelieves Cup, Algarve Cup and Cyprus Cup. There is also chat about the upcoming UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals, the final of the Cont
Kieran catches up with US National Team Midfielder Morgan Brian just a few weeks after joining French giants, Lyon.
JJ and Kieran return to bring listeners up to date with the latest in the FA WSL, while there has also been some activity in France to discuss. There have been a number of moves in the NWSL to discuss, and going back to our old formal of havin
Two major events dominate the show this week as England finally unveil Phil Neville as their new Head Coach, and you can hear from him on the podcast. In addition, we speak to respected national journalist Glenn Moore and get his take on the ap
JJ and Kieran discuss the day's activity in Philly as 40 players are selected out of the US College system into the National Women's Soccer League. Here you can here from some of those drafted, as well as some of the coaches involved. There's
JJ is joined by former guest on the show and sometimes Women's Soccer Zone contributor Jen Gordon as they look ahead to next week's NWSL College Draft in Philadelphia.  There's also a chat with draft prospect Morgan Ferrera, who has been playi
Welcome to the first podcast of 2018 as JJ and Kieran discuss the latest round of the FA Women's Super League, as well as some of the main news bits from Europe. They discuss Hope Solo and her controversial appearance on a US podcast, while th
Our latest 1-2-1 features Republic of Ireland Head Coach, Colin Bell. Colin speaks about his first ten months in charge, the differences between coaching a club and country, and amongst other things, how he masterminded he side's 0-0 draw away
Laura Harvey returns to the show and gives insight into her decision to join the new NWSL franchise, the Utah Royals. She also talks about her memories of Seattle, as well as coaching the likes of Hope Solo and Jess Fishlock.
JJ and Kieran discuss the big news out of England with 17 clubs confirmed for the new look professional and semi-professional divisions that will kick off next season. Kieran speaks to Yeovil Town Head Coach Jamie Sherwood, whose club will be i
JJ and Kieran return to talk about the big news in the NWSL with Real Salt Lake joining the league (name of women's team to be confirmed) in the place of FC Kansas City. We're joined by former Kansas City Star reporter Ashley Scoby to discuss t
JJ and Kieran discuss the managerial changes at Seattle Reign and FC Kansas City. They are review the latest Champions League matches, while both get a bit heated on the FA WSL application process for the new league next year. Finally, they lo
JJ and Kieran return to discuss the FIFA Best Awards, which created more talking points for the bad rather than the good.  There's a managerial departure to discuss, as well as World Cup qualifiers in Europe and the conclusion of the NWSL.
A chat in New Orleans ahead of the #USWNT's fixture with South Korea. Alex discusses her current hot run of form, as well as the Orlando Pride and her short stay in Lyon.
JJ and Kieran take a look back at the NWSL Championship Game and get some brief reaction from Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Nadia Nadim. They also review the UEFA Women's Champions league Round of 32, and the situation that continues to rumble on w
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