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July 4, 2015: Gambatte Japan! What did you think of Dark Matter episode 104?

So, tomorrow Japan plays the U.S. in the finals of the Women’s World Cup.  Despite the fact that they’re playing the match here in Vancouver, Akemi refuses to go watch it live – not because she doesn’t care but because she cares too damn much! I fear that, if we do go and Japan loses, […]

Japan's Aya Miyama Is the One to Watch in Women's World Cup Final

Nothing about Japan’s game, in theory, is about the individual. Their whole philosophy is about passing, controlling and even scoring by committee. That’s what makes the brilliance of Aya Miyama so hard to notice. She is not a outspoken leader or a media magnet like Abby Wambach or as internationally recognized as Alex Morgan. Show More Summary

Women's World Cup Finals 2015: Championship Schedule, Odds and Info

The United States go into Sunday's World Cup final as hot favourites to beat Japan, with Jill Ellis' side considered in pole position after beating the best team in the world, Germany, in the semi-finals. The Americans are currentlyShow More Summary

U.S. Vs. Japan: Who Has The Edge?

A quick look at who has the edge in Sunday's Women's World Cup final:

England’s Steph Houghton made an amazing overhead-kick goalline clearance v Germany [Videos]

England were back in action at the Women’s World Cup on Saturday night, when the Lionesses took on Germany in the third placed playoff. England lost their semifinal to Japan in dramatic and painful circumstances, via a 93rd minute own goal. Show More Summary

Expanded Field for Women’s World Cup Expands Interest in the Sport

The 24-team tournament in Canada also demonstrated the stark contrast between soccer’s haves, like Germany, and its have-nots, like Ivory Coast.

United States vs. Japan: Latest Form Guide, Reaction Before 2015 World Cup Final

Although there are some who would deny both United States and Japan have been the best two teams at this World Cup—supporters of France, Germany and England may argue that—there’s no doubt that since these two illustrious women’s football...Show More Summary

Women’s World Cup Third Place Game – England v Germany Open Thread

The very definition of anticlimax. Will England rise above its heartbreaking loss and clinch a medal? Happening simultaneously is the Copa America Final. No offense to any Argentineans reading this, but Chi-Chi-Chi, le-le-le!

Jill Ellis, a Serene and Innovative Tactician, Leads the U.S. Team

The England-born Ellis, while enduring widespread criticism, has constructed a stubborn defense and has been unafraid to bench established players or shift the alignment of the Women’s World Cup finalist.

Laura Bassett reflects on her semi-final own goal for Japan v England [video]

How do you explain scoring a 92nd minute own goal that knocks your own team out of the World Cup at the semi-final stage? England defender Laura Bassett has talked about the own goal that saw Japan beat England in the World Cup semi-final on Wednesday night. Show More Summary

Germany vs. England: Live Score, Highlights from Women's World Cup 3rdPlace Game

After suffering a pair of rough losses in the semi-final round of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Germany and England will square off in the third-place game at 4 p.m. ET (9 p.m. BST). Germany, which entered the tournament as the No. Show More Summary

Japan-England Women’s World Cup match draws 2.3 million viewers on Fox Sports 1

If there was any doubt over the appetite for soccer and the Women’s World Cup this summer, the ratings for Wednesday’s Japan-England match should settle the matter. Despite the United States not being involved and the game being on Fox...Show More Summary

Chile vs. Argentina: Live Score, Highlights from Copa America Final

The final of the 2015 Copa America is set to be played in Santiago on Saturday evening, with hosts Chile playing World Cup finalists Argentina. Chile finished top of their group with two wins and a draw, before progressing past holders...Show More Summary

Women's World Cup Schedule 2015: Guide, Predictions for Finals Fixtures

The United States and Japan have been the two dominant forces in women's football in the last four years, with an Olympic title and World Cup win to their names, respectively. But the latest and most significant chapter in their burgeoning...Show More Summary

Women's World Cup final: How the USA can write itself a perfect ending

Sometimes the narrative plays out better than even the most fanciful Hollywood scriptwriter could dream up. Such is the case for the U.S. national team's road to the Women's World Cup final against Japan on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET We had a quest. Show More Summary

United States vs. Japan: Updated Odds and Championship Predictions

The Women’s World Cup final takes centre stage on Sunday, as the United States and Japan battle it out in Vancouver in a repeat of 2011’s epic final. Four years ago, Japan emerged victorious on penalties following a 2-2 stalemate after...Show More Summary

Bayern and Germany Star Mario Gotze Throws out First Pitch at LA Dodgers Game

Mario Gotze scored the winning goal for Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, so he is unlikely to ever top that career highlight. Still, throwing out the first pitch at a Dodgers game is pretty cool. Gotze had that honour before Friday's...Show More Summary

VIDEO: I'm heartbroken and devastated - Bassett

England defender Laura Bassett talks at length to the BBC about coming to terms with her own goal which knocked the Lionesses out of the World Cup.

Team USA's final Women's World Cup challenge

The U.S. women's soccer team heads into World Cup finals showdown with long-term rival Japan

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