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Full Time with Meg Linehan is a weekly soccer podcast expanding The Athletic’s coverage of the U.S. women’s national team, the National Women’s Soccer League, and the larger world of international soccer. Meg tackles the culture, context, and conversations about the sport here in America and beyond, with help from fellow writers and insiders from all corners of the game.
 
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The IX Newsletter’s Howard Megdal is here to discuss the latest on equal pay, with U.S. Soccer trying to take some big steps in collective bargaining negotiations and in the public sphere, plus the role of the equal pay documentary, public statements and tweets in the back-and-forth between the federation and the players. Follow Howard on Twitter: …
 
Sometimes you just want to talk about things that make you happy — so Kavitha Davidson, our culture writer at The Athletic, joins Full Time to discuss the second season of Ted Lasso, from appreciating the weekly nature of the show to a new appreciation for Higgins to the show’s embrace of earnestness and subversive feminism. Follow Kavitha on Twitt…
 
Meg is back from vacation and Steph Yang joins the show to help her catch up on another absolutely wild week in the NWSL. Plus, Douglas Reyes-Ceron from the Rose Room Collective joins Full Time to provide some supporter perspective on what’s happening with the Washington Spirit, and why a single banner created an entire NWSL news cycle. Follow Step…
 
Meg and Steph are in Portland for the Women’s International Champions Cup, and discuss the tournament’s opening matches between Lyon and Barcelona and Portland and Houston. We check in on the latest from the Washington Spirit as well and their sponsorship announcement, plus the major NWSL trade this week between Kansas City and Portland. Follow Ste…
 
Pablo Maurer and Steph Yang join Full Time to discuss our reporting around the coaching situation happening with the Washington Spirit, after head coach Richie Burke was suspended pending an investigation by the team this week. Plus, we take a step back to discuss some of the tensions and issues facing the NWSL. Read our report on the Washington Sp…
 
Steph Yang and Meg are here with the final edition of our Olympics coverage on Full Time, with a very happy Steph celebrating Canada’s victory over Sweden via penalty kicks to win Gold. We’ve got some thoughts on the match, a little bit of reflection about what comes next for the USWNT, and say goodbye to Tokyo 2020 (and get just a bit hyped for th…
 
Steph Yang and Meg are here with another early morning reaction to a USWNT match — and we finally got a good 4 a.m. game, with the U.S. sneaking past Australia to win bronze in a “no defense, just vibes” 4-3 affair. For all our Olympic women’s soccer coverage at The Athletic: https://theathletic.com/tag/tokyo-2020-womens-soccer/ Learn more about yo…
 
Jeff Rueter of The Athletic joins Full Time for our final matchday minus-one preview episode ahead of the bronze and gold medal matches on Thursday. We talk about joy and some of the overall impressions of the USWNT through this tournament and what comes next, plus Jeff flips the script and asks me a couple of questions about what trying to cover t…
 
Jamie Wine, partner at Latham & Watkins, joins Full Time to provide some perspective from the U.S. Soccer Federation on the USWNT players’ appeal in the equal pay lawsuit, following the opening brief from the players’ legal team and six amicus briefs (including ones from the U.S. men’s national team’s players association and the Equal Employment Op…
 
Sweden and Canada picked up semifinal wins to advance to the Gold medal match in Japan, while the USWNT and Australia will play for bronze on Thursday morning (4 a.m. ET). Steph Yang joins the pod for our game day breakdown of the historic result for Canada, another underwhelming result for the U.S. and what it might mean for the team moving forwar…
 
It’s USA vs. Canada in the semifinals, what Meg has decided to call the Battle of the Bagels but also serves as a perfect rematch of the epic 2012 Olympic semifinal between the two teams. Preeminent Canadian Shireen Ahmed joins the pod to determine the stress levels on both sides of this semifinal ahead of Monday’s game. For all our Olympic women’s…
 
Four teams have moved on in the Olympics, with the USWNT, Canada, Australia and Sweden all now looking to bring home some medals. Steph Yang is back, and we discuss all four quarterfinals, how watching overlapping knockout rounds destroyed us, Alyssa Naeher stepping up for the USWNT and also discuss today’s update in the USWNT players’ appeal for e…
 
Big news, which means a bonus pod! Founder and CEO of Title Nine, Missy Park, joins the show to discuss her company’s one million dollar contribution to the USWNT Players’ Association to help close gap for equal pay, plus discusses how watching LFG played a role in this contribution, the Kick In For Equal Pay fund, and how this isn’t an ad for Titl…
 
Meg and Steph are back to break down the final day of group stage matches from Japan, including the USWNT’s uninspired 0-0 draw with Australia, setting up a quarterfinal against the Netherlands (and a rematch of the 2019 World Cup final). We bid farewell to Chile, China, New Zealand and Zambia, and give our first impressions of the quarterfinal mat…
 
Meg flies solo today with your Olympic preview for the final day of the group stage for the Olympic tournament, plus the latest from the equal pay lawsuit between the players of the USWNT and U.S. Soccer and a round-up of news from across the NWSL. For all our Olympic women’s soccer coverage at The Athletic: https://theathletic.com/tag/tokyo-2020-w…
 
The USWNT course corrected on Saturday with a 6-1 win over New Zealand, and Meg and Steph Yang are back with analysis of the second day of group stage matches from the Tokyo Olympics. Plus, from Barbra Banda to Brazil to Blackstenius, we review all the action after we break down what went right for the U.S. and what still needs cleaning up before t…
 
Full Time is back for a preview of the second day of group stage matches, and The Athletic’s Matt Pentz joins for what we’re watching for as the USWNT plays New Zealand on Saturday. The team itself wants to be “absolutely ruthless” as they try to start digging out of the hole of that 3-0 loss to Sweden, but with the perspective of some more time be…
 
The USWNT got a rude awakening to the start of their Olympic tournament, with Sweden dismantling them on Wednesday in a 3-0 win. Steph Yang joins for the first match-day reaction pod here at Full Time, where we try to make sense of the defeat and figure out what comes next, plus review the results from every single game (with big wins from the Neth…
 
The Olympics are almost here — and we’re shifting into tournament mode at Full Time. Brooks Peck, deputy managing editor at The Athletic’s soccer vertical, helps kick off the first Olympics edition of the show as we preview the tournament and what we’re watching for in Japan, plus give you an overview of how to follow the tournament via our coverag…
 
Mia Hamm joins Full Time to discuss setting a new record with her rookie card, Olympics from 1996 to 2021, how LAFC and AS Roma have taught her authenticity is important as an owner for Angel City, and more. Follow Mia Hamm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MiaHamm Read Adam Crafton and Katie Whyatt’s story on Manchester United Women: https://theathl…
 
We’ve hit episode 50 of Full Time with Meg Linehan, and we’re celebrating with an extra-jammed pack episode. First, Sandra Herrera of CBS Sports hops on to catch up on the USWNT Send-Off Series, the NWSL and her new podcast with CBS and co-host Lisa Roman, Attacking Third. Then Adam Crafton of The Athletic joins and we get a bit outside the women’s…
 
Caiti Donovan, VP of data and insights with Sports Innovation Lab, joins Full Time to walk us through a new report designed to unlock the business case for women’s sports. Driven by fan data, we discuss the changing profile of fandom, quality over quantity of fan engagement and why fan behaviors are more important than fan demographics when trying …
 
Meg is back from Texas! Steph Yang hops on to discuss the final decisions for the USWNT Olympic roster, then Paul Tenorio joins to fill everyone in on the latest from the Olivia Moultrie vs. NWSL lawsuit. Spoiler: it did not go well for the NWSL. Follow Steph on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thrace Our unlocked, free to read roster news story: https…
 
Meg is back from Texas! Steph Yang hops on to discuss the final decisions for the USWNT Olympic roster, then Paul Tenorio joins to fill everyone in on the latest from the Olivia Moultrie vs. NWSL lawsuit. Spoiler: it did not go well for the NWSL. Follow Steph on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thrace Follow Paul on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulTen…
 
HAO is back! Heather O’Reilly swings by the pod to help break down the USWNT roster and upcoming Summer Series games, with plenty of first-hand knowledge of how an 18-player Olympic roster gets made. From the role of alternates to how versatility is key, we try to tackle everything you need to watch these three games with the final roster in mind. …
 
Steph Yang has officially joined The Athletic as our second full time women’s soccer writer, and she joins the show to discuss the new role, avoid talking about herself at all costs, and actually talk about some soccer, the NWSL, and we face the ultimate question together: if we had 5 chickens like Crystal Dunn, what would we name them? Follow Step…
 
Emina Ekic contributed a goal and an assist in Racing Louisville FC’s first victory of 2021 and their first as an expansion team. The hometown rookie joins Full Time to discuss moving up to the pros, pizza, and passing drills with Yuki Nagasato. Follow Emina Ekic on Twitter: https://twitter.com/emina_ekic10 Follow Emina Ekic on Instagram (this mean…
 
The Athletic’s Jeff Rueter joins Full Time to walk through the risks and rewards of rebranding a club as we examine what went wrong with Columbus Crew but right with Gotham FC, plus American soccer’s strange relationship with its own history. Also, of course, we discuss our favorite abandoned trademark, DOGSO. Follow Jeff on Twitter: https://twitte…
 
Kelli Hubly, defender for Portland Thorns FC, joins Full Time to talk about the first trophy of 2021 for the Thorns after their Challenge Cup success last weekend. Plus, she walks through the tournament final, provides insight on teammates like AD Franch and Christine Sinclair, and we reminisce about the time a basketball game broke out in the mids…
 
A pretty jam-packed show this week on Full Time. First, Paul Tenorio of The Athletic joins to discuss the story of the lawsuit filed on behalf of 15-year-old Olivia Moultrie, who’s trying to sign a contract with Portland Thorns FC. Then, Howard Megdal of The Next and The IX Newsletter is on to break down all of the storylines around the NWSL Challe…
 
Meghann Burke, recently named executive director of the NWSL Players’ Association, joins the show to discuss her new role with the PA, her roots in women’s soccer and law, the process of how a CBA gets made and how this will define the new paradigm for the National Women’s Soccer League. Follow Meghann Burke on Twitter: https://twitter.com/meghannb…
 
Kaylyn Kyle has been on plenty of the calls for the Challenge Cup so far, and she’s on Full Time to cover a lot of NWSL ground, plus the Olympic draw, the short life of the European Super League (born April 18, 2021; died April 20, 2021), and saying nice things about Americans. Follow Kaylyn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KaylynKyle Follow Kaylyn …
 
The late night Sunday announcement of the European Super League could only mean one thing — a bonus episode to focus entirely on what this means for women’s football. Caoimhe O’Neill, staff writer at The Athletic covering Liverpool, joins the show to break down what we know so far about the breakaway league’s vague promise of a corresponding women’…
 
Sandra Herrera of CBS Sports and Steph Yang of All for XI join Full Time to help try and make sense of the past week across the NWSL and FIFA window, on and mostly off the field as the NWSL continues to try and navigate its generational growing pains. Follow Sandra on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SandHerrera_ Follow Steph on Twitter: https://twitte…
 
Full Time with Meg Linehan is back from vacation mode and just in time for the kick off of the 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup. Alyse LaHue, just updated her job title from general manager of Sky Blue FC to general manager of NJ/NY Gotham FC, and she joined the podcast to go in-depth on the decision to rebrand one of the most historic pro women’s soccer cl…
 
Marcus Thompson II, lead columnist at The Athletic, is back on Full Time to discuss his latest article, ‘Please don’t shrink’: Inside the movement to elevate Black women in U.S. soccer. We discuss his comprehensive story, and who gets to be the face of U.S. soccer. Follow Marcus on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThompsonScribe Read ‘Please don’t shri…
 
Emily Anderson and Lesley Ryder of Gal Pal Sports join Full Time to discuss comedy, content, and the culture of the NWSL, why Alyse LaHue of Sky Blue FC makes for the perfect inspiration for their videos, and plenty more. Follow Gal Pal Sports on Twitter: https://twitter.com/galpalsports Yes, you can still get the shirt: https://www.customink.com/f…
 
The Professional Women’s Hockey Player Association just played the first pro women’s hockey game ever at Madison Square Garden last week — and Meghan Duggan, who won a gold medal in 2018 and seven IIHF Women’s World Championships with USA Hockey, joins the show to help introduce the PWHPA and discuss the state of women’s hockey in America. You can …
 
Jeff Kassouf of Equalizer Soccer is here to help make sense of how NWSL federation contracts, allocation money and cap space all work together, plus we catch up on the state of Sacramento’s expansion bid, Angel City sponsorships, new owners in Chicago and across the league, plus some thoughts on media coverage of women’s soccer for 2021. Subscribe …
 
Julia Poe of the Orlando Sentinel was on-site for the entire SheBelieves Cup, and checks back in on Full Time to discuss the performances of Argentina, Brazil, Canada and the U.S. Is there a wrong answer for the USWNT Olympic roster? Is there a perfect one? We discuss! Follow Julia on Twitter: https://twitter.com/byjuliapoe Black Women’s Player Col…
 
André Carlisle and Courtney Stith join Full Time for a very fun crossover episode with their new podcast, Diaspora United, a soccer podcast that centers Black women in the global game. The conversation is wide-ranging from the reason for starting their show, to how women’s soccer approaches Black History Month to SheBelieves Cup to all the soccer m…
 
FOX Sports analyst Aly Wagner joins Full Time for a special bonus episode to preview SheBelieves Cup, including how we should be watching the USWNT right now, what to expect from Canada, Brazil and Argentina, players to watch and plenty more. Follow Aly Wagner on Twitter: https://twitter.com/alywagner For more on Full Time with Meg Linehan: https:/…
 
The NWSL made some huge strides in 2020, from new sponsorships to increased television viewership. But did the NWSL improve on some key areas, like transparency, brand identity, and culture? Meg first revisits her 2020 NWSL Wishlist, before adding some new items onto her list for the 2021 season. Read Meg’s 2020 NWSL Wishlist: https://theathletic.c…
 
Steph Yang once again makes her return to Full Time as she and Meg try to make sense of the USWNT roster situation ahead of SheBelieves Cup and the 2021 Olympics, with plenty of pop culture references to go around. Follow Steph on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thrace Read USWNT’s Olympic roster is still in progress, but taking shape on The Athletic:…
 
Chris Kamrani is back on Full Time to discuss our coverage of the big breaking news in the NWSL: global tennis superstar Naomi Osaka has joined the ownership group of the North Carolina Courage. Chris and Meg break down the story and Osaka’s approach to her new role, plus what this means for the Courage and the NWSL. Follow Chris Kamrani on Twitter…
 
We’re right back into the swing of things in the women’s soccer world. First, Heather O’Reilly joins the show to discuss the first match of 2021 for the USWNT and the state of the team while they prepare for the Olympics, then Jessica McDonald of the North Carolina Courage discusses a new partnership and what’s in store for her year ahead. Follow H…
 
After an extremely busy week in the NWSL and the USWNT full of news, Meg is here with a full breakdown of the 2021 NWSL Draft. First, No. 3 overall pick Brianna Pinto joins Full Time to discuss her decision to declare early and make the leap to the pros and her reaction to being drafted by Sky Blue FC. Then, former USWNT player and analyst Lori Lin…
 
Full Time is back for 2021! The January camp roster is in for the USWNT, and Meg kicks the year off with writer and activist Shireen Ahmed to discuss how sports (and women’s sports in particular) can be drivers of change, the state of the Canada women’s national team, and plenty more. For more on Full Time with Meg Linehan: https://fulltimepod.com …
 
An all-Meg edition of Full Time to close out 2020 — with a look back at the year and the major storylines, and then tackling your questions in our second attempt at a listener mailbag. Thank you for listening to Full Time with Meg Linehan in 2020, thank you for making us a Best of 2020 selection at The Athletic, and we’ll see you again in 2021. Ask…
 
This week, Full Time is breaking down the giant NWSL news of the relocation of Utah Royals FC to Kansas City, from the perspective of both markets. Chris Kamrani of The Athletic joins from Utah to walk through our reporting on the Royals and Utah Soccer Holdings, including what comes next and the potential for the team to return in 2023. Then, Blue…
 
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