There's a time and a place to play with the dog. The 2015 Women's World Cup final is not that time. As the United States women's national team defeated Japan, 5-2, to become World Cup champions Sunday in Vancouver, a young boy tried to distract his dog from the game to gain some valuable attention. Show More Summary
This is borderline cruel. Brad Guzan, United States men's national team goalkeeper, is sitting there watching the Women's World Cup final with his teammates when USWNT star Carli Lloyd completes her hat trick with a jaw-dropping long-range strike. Show More Summary
Via SB Nation: "For the first time in her career, Abby Wambach is a World Cup winner. And after the final whistle blew in the United States' 5-2 win over Japan, she sprinted over to the stands to find her wife, Sarah Huffman, who was sitting in the front row with the rest of the American supporters."
Just a day after America celebrated its independence, the United States women's national soccer team won the World Cup, so it's safe to say that it's been a pretty good long weekend for all. See also: The 10 most American things that...Show More Summary
After the United States ran off to a 4-0 lead over Japan in the Women's World Cup final on Sunday, some game-related keywords started to trend on Twitter demonstrating the nationwide interest the U.S. women’s national team had captured. Show More Summary
Playing in a big game, United States women's national team star Carli Lloyd was ready for the spotlight yet again. Lloyd got the United States off to a fast start in the Women's World Cup final against Japan, scoring two goals in the first five minutes. Show More Summary
It’s kickoff time for the big rematch between the United States Women’s National Team and Japan. In 2011, the U.S. lost to Japan when they blew two leads and missed three penalty kicks. It’s time for these ladies to avenge their loss!...Show More Summary
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Here we go. The United States women’s national team is taking on Japan in the World Cup final. Follow along as we yell and jingoistically babble our way through the game while the Americans attempt to Do The Whole Shit for the first time since 1999. Read more...
The women of the United States national team know what happens when you take Japan lightly. Heavily favored going into the final at the 2011 World Cup, the U.S. twice allowed Japan to work their way back into the game before eventually losing in penalty kicks. "That heartbreak never goes away," Abby Wambach said, per Laura Vecsey of Fox Sports. 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 ?
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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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
Yesterday our nation celebrated the 239th anniversary of our Declaration of Independence. Foreign friends and not-so-friends — including Russian President Vladimir Putin — sent messages of congratulations to Americans and the United States. But ours is not the only Independence Day celebrated around the world. Today, July 5, the people of Cabo Verde celebrate the [...]Show More Summary
Is the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team “America’s Team”? As the team prepares for its possible third World Cup title today, the increased viewership and buzz after the team’s win over Germany has made them media darlings. It also highlights … Continue reading ?
The United States and Japan will add the latest intriguing chapter to their burgeoning rivalry in women’s soccer when the two nations face off in the 2015 World Cup final. Jill Ellis’ USWNT have been building momentum throughout this...Show More Summary
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Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos urged the country's nationals on Sunday to unite regardless of the outcome of the austerity referendum.