Live updates: 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final Sunday, July 5, 2015 BC Place, Vancouver Join us for live updates as the United States and Japan face off in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final in Vancouver. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET, and our updates will begin about 30 minutes before. Follow @ MiguelCominguez Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
BBC Sport takes a look at eight of the best goals from the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.
If you need a break from the RibFest, duck into Crew and watch the Women's World Cup Final. Crew says, "We'll be airing the game and cheering on our ladies as they go for the cup and a head up in a storied rivalry of recent years. Japan bested us in 2011, and we fired back with an Olympic win the following year. Show More Summary
Despite a less than impressive Group stage for the United States where, even after they went undefeated, the team looked uninspiring and short on goals, this US Women’s National Team has grown through this tournament and improved game after game. … Continue reading ?
I know, going to jail sounds scary to me too. FIFA president Sepp Blatter and secretary general Jerome Valcke aren't at the Women's World Cup final. Partially because they have a lot of work to do in cleaning up FIFA, but also partially because they're scared of getting arrested. Show More Summary
Updates from Times editors and reporters on the Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Japan, a rematch of the 2011 final.
Despite scheduling that saw the U.S. Women’s National Team play every World Cup knockout match on a weekday evening, record numbers of Americans have tuned in to support their squad on the team’s march to today’s final. But has the … Continue reading ?
On Sunday night, the United States women's national team will look to exact revenge against the team that broke its heart in the Women's World Cup final four years ago. To get everyone ready for the rematch, a fan has created a hype tape. Show More Summary
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Japan and the USA will once again meet to decide the outcome of a major tournament, with the two heavyweights of women's football set to go head-to-head on Sunday, July 5, in the final of the 2015 Women's World Cup. Nadeshiko Japan beat...Show More Summary
The United States women's national team battles defending champion Japan on Sunday in an attempt to wrestle the World Cup title back in their possession after losing to them four years ago in the final. Vancouver hosts the final in what...Show More Summary
Here’s everything you need to know about the USA vs Japan game — the biggest game the US Women’s National Team has faced since they won the 2012 Olympic gold medal when they defeated Japan in the final. Tonight is the … Continue reading ?
The Nadeshiko have gotten into the final almost under the radar quietly crafting an exposition of efficient technical soccer. They have been no scoring outbursts in their unbeaten run in this World Cup. They tend to score early and rely on Barcelona like sterile domination with their passing efficiency. Aya Miyama, now in her third […]
How will the Women's World Cup final unfold? Here's what you should be keeping an eye out for. For the third consecutive major tournament, the United States and Japan have reached the final. The Japanese denied the Americans the World...Show More Summary
Here we go again, a third consecutive meeting between the U.S. and Japan in a major tournament. This time in the final of the 2015 Women’s World Cup. The U.S. has talked about their heartbreaking 2011 final loss as motivation … Continue reading ?
Early Copa America exit a year after the humiliation against Germany in the World Cup, where is its football heading?
Tonight, the United States takes on Japan in the highly-anticipated Women’s World Cup Finals in Vancouver, British Columbia. Despite ample conflicting information from FIFA, you can tune in to see the match at 4 p.m. local time (PDT). Team USA has persevered thus far. Show More Summary
Game and broadcast info | Pre-match coverage | How the U.S. got here Game and broadcast info United States vs. Japan Where: BC Place (capacity 54,500) in Vancouver, B.C. When: 7 p.m. Eastern time TV and Web broadcasters: Fox, Telemundo, NBCDeportes.com, Fox Sports Go, FoxSoccer2Go.com FIFA rankings: United States, No. 2; Japan, No. 4 How […]
Women’s World Cup Golden Ball finalist Megan Rapinoe could have the best birthday of her life Sunday if the U.S. women’s (...)
Former Scotland scrum-half Mike Blair says there's nowhere to hide in modern rugby's hi-tech pre-season training.