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Seattle Reign vs. Washington Spirit: 3 questions with Sounder at Heart

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Our friends from the second Washington help us figure out what to expect from the Reign today

Ahead of the Washington Spirit's trip west to face Seattle Reign FC, we wanted to know more about what to expect from Laura Harvey's side. As such, we asked the folks who know them best. Susie Rantz from Sounder at Heart answers our questions, and then poses a few of her own.

Kim Little Wins BBC World Footballer of the Year Award

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The 25-year-old Scot wins the second edition of the prestigious award thanks to brilliant performances for three different teams over the past year.

Seattle Reign midfielder Kim Little has won their 2016 Women's World Footballer of the Year Award, the BBC announced today. The Scottish national beat out Americans Carli Lloyd and Becky Sauerbrunn, French midfielder Amandine Henry, and Cameroonian forward Gaelle Enganamouit in fan voting to win the second edition of the award.

Seattle Reign hit with Confundus spell in Orlando

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New kids on the block Orlando Pride had the perfect counter-spells to Seattle's magic, and it wasn't fun.

Rebounding after the season-opener clunker, it'd be understandable for Seattle Reign FC fans to have regained their swagger — especially after Kim Little reminded everyone that she is magic personified with that NWSL Player of the Week shift versus two-time defending champion FC Kansas City.

Kim Little: World class wherever her team needs her

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The Seattle Reign midfielder was asked to play deeper in Jess Fishlock's absence, and she did it flawlessly.

There is a short list of players that rise to the top of everyone's "world's best" list in women's soccer. Amandine Henry, the soon-to-be Portland Thorns star, is often touted as the best defensive midfielder in the game.

Seattle Reign earn 3-0 road win over Boston Breakers

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Two assists and a goal from Kim Little helped Seattle get its first 3 points on the season.

After a lackluster performance in their home opener, Seattle Reign FC came out hungry on the road and earned a 3-0 win over the Boston Breakers. The win put the Reign in third place, with six other teams at three points.

Reign Close Out Preseason With 4-1 Win Over UW

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It was a coming out party for the Reign's newest international player in front of a big crowd at the first match at Memorial in 2016.

In their final match of the preseason, the Seattle Reign hosted the Washington Huskies on a perfect, sunny evening at Memorial Stadium in front of 3,633 supporters.

Reign start strong with preseason win over Portland

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Goals from Havana Solaun and Jess Fishlock power the Reign to a 2-0 victory in the team's first preseason match.

It took them awhile to find their footing, but two goals in two minutes gave the Seattle Reign a 2-0 win over Portland Thorns FC.

Both teams started what is expected to be their preferred Starting XI on Day 1.

Kim Little put on a clinic to lead Melbourne City to W-League title

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Seattle Reign fans are quite familiar with Kim Little's awesomeness, having watched her turn in MVP-caliber performances in each of her two seasons here. Well, now Australian fans know, too. The Scotland international capped a rather amazing season by leading Melbourne City to a 4-1 win over Sydney FC in Sunday's Championship game.

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Reign vs Arsenal Friendly: Stream and Gamethread

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We take a brief break from league action as Seattle hosts a friendly against the defending FA Cup Champions - and Kim Little's old club

While you're warming up for tonight's Reign friendly against Arsenal, take some time to read our detailed preview of the match.

The first ever match between an NWSL team and a FAWSL team (as far as I can tell) should be a nice relaxing break for the team from a disappointing run in the league that has them searching for their identity in the absences of Jess Fishlock, Manon Melis, and Megan Rapinoe.

Reigns Abroad: Road to Euro 2017

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The Reign add two new internationals to the roster, which makes Euro 2017 qualification even more interesting.

With our two new Northern European signings, our interest in Euro 2017 qualification expands beyond Scotland and Wales. But first, we take a look at summer soccer down under.

Melbourne City FC (Kim Little, Jess Fishlock)

Melb City's rampage over the rest of the W League hasn't shown any signs of slowing down.

Reigns Abroad: Welcome to the W-League

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Offseason loans and international duty saw Reign players disperse across the globe in November, with most of the action taking place in the Land Down Under.

We're spending the offseason drowning our sorrows in sour beer and fennec fox gifs, but many of our beloved Reign players are as busy as ever.


NWSL Week 18: A Look Back

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The past week of the National Women's Soccer League could have decided the final two-playoff positions. Instead, new hope has been infused into a few teams as both the Washington Spirit and the Portland Thorns FC failed to clinch the last two spots.

NWSL Week 5: A Look Back

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Cascadia rivals Seattle Reign FC and Portland Thorns FC occupied first and second place for the past four weeks – but all that changed when they met in Week Five of the National Women's Soccer League.

On Saturday, the Reign kept their perfect record with a win against the Thorns, thanks to a late stunner by Kim Little, and now sit a full 10 points clear of their competition on the league table.

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Women’s Cyprus Cup : Scotland’s Arsenal Duo Ready To Face England In Euro 2013 Showpiece Tournament

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Futbolita would like to wish all thethe powerful, amazing and inspiring ladies who are reading this a Happy International Women's Day!

England and Scotland are set to face off in the women's Cyprus Cup later today, which is generally seen as a showpiece tournament ahead of the Women's Euro 2013 in June.

Arsenal Ladies doing Britain proud

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While most Arsenal supporters are focused on the Robin van Persie saga, the pre-season, and new possible signings, let's not forget the Arsenal Ladies. There are six of them making the club and nation proud with their performances during the Olympic Games. Britain has won all three of their matches in the group stage against New Zealand, Cameroon, and Brazil and faces a tough opponent in Canada on Fri.

Women’s Football: Arsenal Ladies Defeat Chelsea 3-1, Team GB To Face Brazil In Olympics, Japan’s U-20 Preparations

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It's Futbolita Friday your Weekly Women's Football Round up, presented by Arsenal's Emma Byrne! (left)

The smile on Emma's face says it all the ladies were thrilled to be back at the Emirates yesterday, basking in their glorious 3-1 win over Chelsea in the Women's Super League.

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Your 2017 Seattle Reign FC Season Preview

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Laura Harvey & gang are seeking redemption.

The Seattle Reign FC are looking to redeem themselves after a disappointing 2016. Last season had injuries, an unusual to say the least off the field situation involving a national team, and a league game played on a mutant, barely-regulation field.

Major Link Soccer: Don Garber, Brandi Chastain, Shannon MacMillan elected to National Soccer Hall of Fame

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It's time to vote for Kim Little if you haven't yet. Renaming the DC/Philly rivalry. Vancouver and Portland supporters find common ground in their hatred of Seattle.


MLS Commissioner Don Garber and former USWNT stars Brandi Chastain and Shannon MacMillan have been elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Kim Little Nominated For BBC Women's Footballer of the Year Award

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She becomes the only player to have been nominated in both years of the award's existence.

For the second consecutive year, the Reign's all-everything attacking midfielder Kim Little has been nominated for the BBC's Women's Footballer of the Year award, which honors the best female player in the world for club and country.

Your 2015 Reign Offensive Player of the Year

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After a 'little' holiday hiatus, we return to bring you the results of our site Player of the Year voting. This time, it's the players who put the biscuit in the basket.

In the ancient time of yore that was the year 2015, we asked our community to vote for the Reign players of the year. Previously, we wrote that Lauren Barnes was our Defensive Player of the Year.

Champions League: Otra final franco alemana

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Pocos apostaban por las debutantes del Wolfsburg, pero en base a orden, disciplina y mucho coraje, vencieron por goleada en el marcador global a un Arsenal que pagó caro sus errores defensivos. Con un cuadro conformado al 100% por alemanas, se adelantaron en el partido temprano, pues al 14′, Selina Wagner anotó de cabeza.