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Alex Morgan and Orlando City players removed from Epcot by police

Portland set a new single-season record for home wins and Sam Kerr wrapped up the Golden Boot as the NWSL regular season came to an end.
Orlando City and FC Dallas both had an abundance of scoring chances, but their respective goalkeepers denied them all.

Police told a group including U.S. women's national team star Alex Morgan and several Orlando City players to leave a Disney World theme park on Sunday.

An Orange County Sheriff's Office incident report on Tuesday said deputies escorted a "highly impaired" Morgan, who plays in the NWSL for the Orlando Pride, MLS players Giles Barnes and Donny Toia, and Toia's wife, Courtney, from Epcot after an argument at a restaurant.

"As we passed Spaceship Earth, I observed several people being escorted to the...

United States stars Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan join Common Goal charity

Juan Mata spoke about the Common Goal initiative which sees players donate one percent of their wages to charity.

United States women's internationals Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan have become the latest players to join Common Goal.

The U.S. stars have pledged, along with Bayern Munich defender Hummels and Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, to donate one percent of their salaries to the charity on Thursday.

Rapinoe highlighted the importance of women joining, saying: "Common Goal is intended as an inclusive initiative, and myself and Alex felt it was important that women's football was represented from...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S. national teams to wear rainbow numbers on shirts in June friendlies

ESPN's Sam Borden chats with U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati about the U.S.-led 2026 World Cup bid.

The United States men's and women's national teams will both wear rainbow-colored numbers on their shirts during June friendlies as part of LGBT Pride Month.

The men's squad will wear the shirt against Venezuela on June 3 in Utah, while the women will don them for games in Sweden and Norway.

The game-issued shirts will then be auctioned off for charity, U.S. Soccer said.