Golden Team Soccer

The NFL announced it will be expanding its Women’s Soccer League with a new, female-only league that will compete with the women’s NCAA Men’s Division 1.

The league is scheduled to begin play in 2019.

The new league will include female and male players and the league will be overseen by a panel of female soccer coaches, officials, and athletes.

“The Women’s World Cup is a defining moment for women’s soccer in the United States, and we are committed to making sure that the sport is played with integrity and fairness in the future,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

“We are excited to have an opportunity to work with the Women’s Women’s League to make it even more exciting for women in all sports.”

The Women’s National Soccer League (WNSL) was established in 2012 and has a total of 32 teams.

It has been an exclusive male-only leagues since it joined the World Cup in 2014.

The WNBA, which is also run by the WNBA Players Association, has a roster of 10 female players and seven men.

The Women Soccer Association (WSA) is also comprised of male players, although it is run by a women’s division of the league.

The men’s division has a league schedule that includes eight games a year, with the exception of the Women Soccer Challenge Cup, which was held last year.

The first WSA tournament will be held in 2019, with a schedule for the next three years.

The women’s leagues have long been a source of controversy for the league, with some women athletes citing the lack of gender parity as a reason why they are not playing professionally.

Some have questioned the legitimacy of the leagues, and one female player told ESPN last year that the league was “totally a joke.”

The WSA’s women’s section in the league’s first game, the WSL Championship in December, was held in an empty arena.

The players and coaches who were in attendance did not speak to the media afterward.