NWSL 2022 Summer Transfer Tracker – Equalizer Soccer

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Looking for National Women’s Soccer League news on who signed where or who got traded this summer? Check back for updates here on all the transactions. Trades and major signings are on top but scroll down past the break for a team-by-team rundown of comings and goings. For our 2022 offseason tracker, please see here!

The summer transfer window remains open through August 23.

Angel City FC moves

Angel City receives international roster spot from OL Reign (June 9, 2022): Angel City FC will have another international roster spot for the 2022 season, after sending $ 40,000 to OL Reign. Currently, Angel City currently has four international players signed: Jun Endo from Japan, Vanessa Gillies from Canada, Stefany Ferrer Van Ginkel from Mexico and Miri Taylor from England.

Chicago Red Stars moves

Chicago Red Stars make transaction with Gotham (May 19, 2022): The Chicago Red Stars received a 2022 international roster spot in a trade with NJ / NY Gotham FC. Meanwhile, Gotham received a 2023 international roster spot and $ 20,000 in Allocation Money.

Sarah Luebbert returns from loan (May 29, 2022): The Chicago Red Stars announced that Sarah Luebbert has returned from her one-year loan with Liga MX Femenil side Club América. Luebbert’s eligibility began on June 1, the start of the transfer window.

Houston Dash moves

Kansas City Current moves

Kansas City acquires Cece Kizer and Addisyn Merrick (June 9): Racing Louisville has completed a trade with Racing Louisville, acquiring forward Cece Kizer and defender Addisyn Merrick. Kansas City has sent $ 150,000 in Allocation Money – and will send an extra $ 25,000 in Allocation Money should Kizer “meet certain performance-based criteria” – and an international roster spot for both 2022 and 2023.

NJ / NY Gotham FC moves

Gotham trades with Chicago Red Stars: Gotham FC has acquired a 2023 international roster spot and $ 20,000 in Allocation Money from the Chicago Red Stars. Meanwhile, the Red Stars received a 2022 international roster spot.

North Carolina Courage moves

OL Reign moves

OL Reign acquires allocation money from Angel City (June 9): OL Reign has received $ 40,000 in Allocation Money, sending one international spot for 2022 down to Angel City FC. In addition, OL Reign will receive $ 25,000 of that money in 2022 and $ 15,000 in 2023.

Orlando Pride moves

Portland Thorns FC moves

Racing Louisville FC moves

Racing signs Satara Murray (May 16, 2022): Jamaican international Satara Murray has signed with Racing Louisville on a two-year contract with a club option for 2024. Murray was born in Brooklyn, New York, which means she will not need an international roster spot. Murray joins from Bristol City FC in England, where she made 22 appearances in the 2021-22 FA WSL season. Murray made her Jamaica debut in October 2021 and is on the preliminary roster for the Concacaf W Championship in July.

Cece Kizer and Addisyn Merrick traded to Kansas City (June 9, 2022): The two Racing Louisville players are heading home. Cece Kizer and Addisyn Merrick, both originally from the Kansas City area, requested traded, according to head coach Kim Björkegren. In return, Racing Louisville will receive $ 150,000 in Allocation Money, an international slot for 2022 and 2023 and an extra $ 25,000 in Allocation Money, should Kizer “meet certain performance-based criteria” with Kansas City.

San Diego Wave FC moves

Washington Spirit moves



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