GIVEAWAY: Join us with annual subscription, win chance at free NWSL Challenge Cup cards!

Supporting women's sports media is its own reward, but free cards are also a reward

Hello, Free List folks! We hope you’ve been enjoying a weekly taste of each of our five incredible newsletters: Soccer Monday with Annie M. Peterson, Tennis Tuesday with Joey Dillon, Basketball Wednesday with Howard Megdal, Golf Thursday with Sarah Kellam, and Hockey Friday with Erica L. Ayala.

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We’d like to encourage you to become a paid subscriber, and we’re doing so with an exciting new promotion: FREE STUFF.

Between now and November 22, seven lucky people who sign up for either an annual membership or a Founding Member membership will win a complete set of 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup cards. Each set includes 15 cards and one bonus card. That bonus card is either an autograph or a rookie foil. We’ll put the names of all who take advantage of this promotion into a hat — my Boston Breakers hat — and draw the seven names of winners at random.

These cards are beautiful. Here, take a look:

Your decision to join our paid list will also opt you into a world of receiving all five of our sports every single week. That means expert analysis, original reporting, interviews and curated links to ensure you are up on all the news across women’s sports. It supports the writers doing this work, and helps secure our long-term future. And it even locks you in at our 2020 prices!

So go ahead for all those reasons and become a paid annual subscriber for The IX. Or better yet, become a Founding Member, and help finance our expansion. Do it by November 22 and get entered into this contest!

And maybe, you’ll be one of the lucky seven to get a keepsake for the future, reminding you forever that when it came time to do right by women’s sports, you stepped up and made it happen.

Written by Annie Peterson