Women’s Soccer United were very happy to be named in international professional soccer player Yael Averbuch’s top 10 ways to follow women’s soccer today!


Averbuch currently plays for Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC, who recently won the Swedish Cup 2012. She previously played for Sky Blue FC and Western New York Flash in USA’s WPS league, and WFC Rossiyanka in the Russian Championship, also playing for the United States national team.


The article by Yael Averbuch was published today and features a list of the top ten way’s to follow the women’s game.


After many years of working to promote women’s football from all around the world, we are over the moon to be included in this list and we are honoured to be number one with a very kind description of our site (below).


1. Women’s Soccer Unitedwww.womenssoccerunited.com/@WomensSoccerUtd This is not just a website, but a Facebook page and awesome twitter account with scores from international competition and league play around the world. The account appears to miss nothing. Often it includes photos and/or video highlights.
Read more at http://soccerwithoutlimits.com/10-ways-to-follow-womens-soccer#eYTv3Zr4Kmb6mAG5.99


Thank you to our member’s, twitter followers and facebook fans for your endless content and contributions. The idea that launched WSU was to break the mould and work together to provide content of the women’s game from ALL around the world, this dream has become a reality and continues to grow. We have so many more ideas to introduce to Women’s Soccer United, so watch this space!


We want to thank Yael Averbuch for creating this Top Ten List, and we would like to thank all the other websites in the list for the great work they all do in helping to promote the women’s game to the whole World, Congratulations to us all, and let us all keep up the great work we all do.


© Women’s Soccer United


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  1. Skip Newhall 7 years ago

    Grommit — you are certainly right about Aya’s style and perhaps not deserving a red card. What cemented her reputation and character with me was her action immediately following Saki’s winning kick in the World Cup. Rather join the boisterous celebrations of her team members, she went to the US players, one by one, congratulating them for a game well played and consoling them for their loss. Now THAT is class! She would NEVER deliberately snub Nadine Angerer or anyone else.

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    Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Thank you! 😀

  3. Deborah Bakker 7 years ago


  4. gromit 7 years ago

    Yeah !!! If there is an Number 1 which is really well deserved, it is this one ! I’m so happy for Little Miss Gina Soccer, Asa and al. You harvest the beautiful and so flavourful fruits you have been growing all those years. WSU is regularly cited as “the” reference on various French sites too.

    Very proud to be part of this international community. And a big, big thank you for your dedication and generosity :o))

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