NJ/NY-based club signed four USWNT players in the off-season and are looking to be a big brand in the US and further afield

As the National Women’s Soccer League prepares to launch its 12th season in March, a cascade of evolutions are afoot. Two new teams are joining the parity-driven pandemonium with Bay FC and Utah Royals bringing the league total to 14. In Kansas City the first-ever sports stadium built solely for women’s sports hosts its first football match on 16 March and under a new broadcast deal 121 matches will be aired across Prime Video, Scripps-owned ION, Paramount+ and ESPN.

And then we have the ambitious vision of Gotham FC and the continued impact of newfound free agency that is helping them create a new super team.

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