The Women’s Word Cup final between the United States and Japan starts at 7 p.m. ET on Fox. Try to remember that over the weekend as (...)
Why pick one USWNT central defender over the other? The World Cup Golden Ball shortlist is out, and it features three very deserving American candidates. Winger Megan Rapinoe, midfielder Carli Lloyd and defender Julie Johnston all made...Show More Summary
The 2015 Women's World Cup has featured amazing athletes dazzling us for weeks. Fans have been pouring out nationalist kumbaya feelings on Twitter, television and in the streets of host country Canada in record numbers. But those snapshot...Show More Summary
Japan and the U.S. will meet again in the final of the 2015 Women's World Cup on Sunday, resuming a rivalry that started when the former shocked the latter in the final of the 2011 edition of the tournament. Germany and England will battle for third place Saturday, and the BBC and Fox Sports will have full coverage of both matches. The U.S. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, coverage of the Women's World Cup and the U.S. national team was nonexistent at best, sexist at worst. Times have changed.
The U.S. women’s national team’s 2-0 victory over Germany in the World Cup semifinal on Tuesday was, in many ways, glorious. The Americans passed better, ran faster, and defended more fiercely than they had all tournament, thoroughly outplaying the top-ranked team in the world. Show More Summary
Lucas Vazquez and Kasey O'Brien TRMS World Cup correspondents (and intrepid interns) look at England's own-goal semi-final loss to Japan, sending Japan to...
Despite a quarterfinal berth, the Canadian women's soccer team didn't have a great World Cup showing. Head coach John Herdman's possession game plan was part of the problem.
President Barack Obama is skipping the FIFA Women's World Cup final between the United States and Japan on Sunday night. Instead, he has assigned a delegation of State Department officials and soccer stars to travel to the match, which...Show More Summary
The biggest day in women’s football is edging ever closer, with the United States and Japan set to renew their burgeoning rivalry at BC Place in Vancouver on Sunday. And everyone seems to have an opinion on which way this game is going to go. Show More Summary
Today’s Soccer Morning features listener calls as we discuss the latest Women’s World Cup, MLS, USMNT and Copa America news. You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page at www.worldsoccertalk.com/live. During the show, you … Continue reading ?
With much grinding and gnashing of teeth, as is customary when Brazil bow out of any tournament, it has been announced this week that Dunga will be staying on as Brazil coach for the World Cup qualifiers, scheduled to kick off in October. Suffice to say, the news has not been met in this corner of the world with the warmest enthusiasm. Show More Summary
Wales dual sport international Nia Jones joins football side Reading after being overlooked for the Netball World Cup.
A thrilling 2015 Women's World Cup comes to a close on Sunday, with the United States taking on reigning champions Japan for the right to be crowned champions in Vancouver. Jill Ellis takes her side into a repeat of the 2011 Women'sShow More Summary
The women's World Cup final between the United States and Japan on Sunday may not rival the Super Bowl, but soccer fans, wild with excitement, will be at viewing parties in bars, museums and homes across America. Last summer's viewing party for the men's World Cup drew 28,000 people to Chicago's Soldier Field. Show More Summary
Live analysis of the Women’s World Cup semifinal match between the U.S. and Germany.
If you're not watching the Women's World Cup, here's what you've missed: Team USA's electrifying performances against some of the top teams in the world, including a tense 2-0 victory over number-one-ranked Germany on Tuesday. The US...Show More Summary
Once again, the eyes of the world have turned to the sport of soccer. As Japan and America fight in the World Cup Final on July 5th, we see signs of progress and back steps in this edition of the Friday Sports Dump. The post A Red Card In The Name of Equality appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Mohammad Irfan has been recalled to the ODI team for the five-match series in Sri Lanka after recovering from a stress fracture of the pelvis sustained during the 2015 World Cup
The Women's Super League break should be extended after England's World Cup success, says Notts County boss Rick Passmoor.