National Women’s Soccer League 2014

National Women’s Soccer League NWSL Match Results 28th July 2014


Chicago Red Stars 0 – 0 Houston Dash

Attendance: 1494

FC Kansas City 2 – 1 Sky Blue FC

Goals From:

Amy Rodriguez 34′ (FC Kansas City)

Lauren Holiday 70′ (FC Kansas City)

Nadia Nadim 87′ (Sky Blue FC)

Attendance: 1852

FC Kansas City beat Sky Blue FC 2 – 1 on Sunday evening in front of 1,852 fans at Verizon Wireless Field at Durwood Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Sky Blue goals from Amy Rodriguez and Lauren Holiday keeps the teams unbeaten home record intake.

Seattle Reign FC 5 – 0 Portland Thorns FC

Goals From:

Sydney Leroux 4′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Nahomi Kawasumi 40′ 49′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Megan Rapinoe 57′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Kim Little 90+3′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Attendance: 5957

Seattle Reign FC beat Portland Thorns FC 5 – 0 on Sunday evening in front of 5,957 fans at Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium in Seattle, Wash. Sydney Leroux got the home team of to a flyer scoring in the 4th minute. Japanese international Nahomi Kawasumi scored two goals with Megan Rapinoe and Kim Little each getting a goal.

NWSL Top Goalscorer:

Kim Little – Seattle Reign 12

Jessica McDonald – Portland Thorns FC  11

Jodie Taylor – Washington Spirit 11

Amy Rodriguez – FC Kansas City 11

Allie Long – Portland Thorns FC  9

Lauren Holiday – FC Kansas City  8

Diana Matheson – Washington Spirit 7

Samantha Kerr – Western New York Flash  7

Christine Sinclair – Portland Thorns FC  7

Carli Lloyd – Western New York Flash 7

Nahomi Kawasumi – Seattle Reign 7

Katy Freels – Sky Blue FC  5

Jennifer Hoy – Chicago Red Stars 4

Abby Wambach – Western New York Flash  4


  1. Gina West 8 years ago

    Agree, I was not expecting a 5-0 scoreline between Seattle and Portland.

  2. Xenia 8 years ago

    Happy for the Reign, good to see Pinoe playing, and they were all great goals, but I did not expect 5:0! Thorns away should be great!

  3. Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

    And Kawasumi still continues her zero-foul run. Five more games to go.

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