All Of US: The U.S. Women's Soccer Show - GOAL's USWNT podcast heads into season three

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As the U.S. women's national team prepares for this year's SheBelieves Cup,GOAL's dedicated women's soccer podcast is back, kicking off season three with Meghann Burke, the Executive Director of the NWSL Players Association.

Burke joins the show fresh off the back of negotiating the NWSL's first ever collective bargaining agreement, which includes up to six months paid mental health leave, a 60 per cent increase in the league's minimum salary and free agency, which will be introduced in 2023.

'All of US: The U.S. Women's Soccer Show', hosted by Seth Vertelney, who covers all things USWNT for GOAL, and Ameé Ruszkai, our Europe-based women's football correspondent, began ahead of Tokyo 2020 and is now focused on stories and personalities in U.S. women's soccer. The first episode of season three will be released on Tuesday 8 February.

Where can I find GOAL's USWNT podcast?

You can find GOAL's U.S. women's soccer show wherever you listen to podcasts. Just search 'All of US: The U.S. Women's Soccer Show', or follow the below links to your listening platform of choice:

Episodes will be released on a weekly basis, with intriguing stories around women's soccer dropping into your feed every Wednesday morning. The first episode of the new season features Burke, who joined the show just days after the CBA was confirmed.

Burke discussed specific elements of the CBA, reflected on the process of securing the agreement and revealed some of the compromises that had to be made on both sides along the way.

Don't forget to subscribe or follow on your platform of choice so you get every show as soon as it is released, and if you love what you hear, make sure you rate and review!

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How else can I stay up to date with the USWNT on Goal?

As well as listening to All of US: The U.S. Women's Soccer Show, you can follow all things USWNT right here on the GOAL website, with news, features and exclusive interviews surrounding Andonovski's team as they move into a new cycle, looking ahead to the 2023 Women's World Cup.

That coverage expands beyond the United States, too. So if you're wanting to follow the fortunes of U.S. star Tobin Heath in England with Arsenal, find out about the exciting up-and-coming talents in the women's game, such as Haiti's Melchie Dumornay, or keep up to date with competitions like the UEFA Women's Champions League,GOAL has something for you.

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