Several players took to social media to express their World Cup elation.
Wambach celebrated the U.S. victory over Japan in the Women's World Cup final by racing to the stands to kiss her wife — a poignant moment that wasn't lost on gay rights supporters watching on television.
The USWNT proved they're the best in the world, and that it isn't particularly close. Better luck next time, rest of the world. It would have been cool if the United States had merely won the Women's World Cup. They were playing in the...Show More Summary
For a time when she was younger, Carli Lloyd wasn't sure she belonged on the U.S. national team.
After a very flat, uninspiring push through pool play, these women picked one HELL of a time to peak. Read More...
(Reuters) - The Twitterverse lit up with references to the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor after the 5-2 U.S. victory over Japan in the Women's World Cup championship match but other Twitter users called those comments offensiv...
In last night’s much-anticipated rematch against Japan (U.S. lost in 2011 on penalty kicks), the U.S. Women’s National Team came out on top in the Women’s World Cup final. This marks the third World Cup title the U.S. women have earned. The first in 1991, 1999 and now, in 2015. The game opened with incredible […]
Even though the match was all but over after about eight minutes, the Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Japan on Sunday night drew a huge overnight television rating for Fox and likely will become the most-watched soccer match in U.S. television history when the final numbers come out later Monday afternoon. […]
The USA’s emphatic 5-2 victory over Japan in the FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2015™ final, America’s first Women’s World Cup championship since 1999, posted a prodigious 15.2/27 metered market household rating/share
Here's one way the official Twitter feed of U.S. soccer celebrated the American victory at the Women's World Cup in Canada. We've got an idea for a new $10 & $1 @federalreserve. How about the best Women's Player and Goalkeeper in the World. pic.twitter.com/gJ2aRc36Yz — U.S. Soccer WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) July 6, 2015 No wonder. The stars […]
To the victors... go the BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE!!! Moments after crushing Japan and taking back the World Cup, the U.S. Women's National Team partied their faces off in an epic locker room celebration. Check out the pics... Carli Lloyd,…
Here's one way the official Twitter feed of U.S. soccer celebrated the American victory at the Women's World Cup in Canada.No wonder. The stars of the U.S. women's team are world-beaters, far more accomplished than their male counterparts...Show More Summary
On Sunday team USA’s all-star striker Abby Wombach gave new meaning to the chant, “I believe that we will win.” Wombach, who as BuzzFeed notes has scored a remarkable 183 goals in 274 games, making her the sport’s leading inte… The post Abby Wombach Kisses Her Wife After Winning the World Cup, Proves #LoveWins: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Bravo, U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, on defeating Japan to win a third World Cup. An audit found that Fulton County paid big bucks for an IT company to basically do... nothing? Fulton County Superior Court Magistrate Judge Karen Woodson was carjacked at gunpoint in northeast Atlanta last night.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
The US scored four goals in the first 15 minutes and went on to win the Women's World Cup final 5-2 in one of the great American soccer performances ever. While the US has long been a superpower in women's soccer, this was the first World Cup title for this generation of US players. Show More Summary
Nicole Dabeau was in the crowd when the United States won their third Women’s World Cup.… READ ON
The US Women's World Cup team wasn't without its controversy. But its consistent winning shows uncanny leadership principles.
FOX’s first major tournament of its 12-year TV deal with FIFA has ended with a bang for the network. In its month-long coverage of the Women’s World Cup, FOX broke TV records and put on first-class coverage that will go a long way to … Continue reading ?