2010 World Cup winner David Villa showed he hasn't lost any of the ruthlessness that has brought him over 250 career goals with an inch-perfect free-kick for New York City FC Saturday night. With so much of the attention focused on the...Show More Summary
Hope Solo’s personal life has been riddled with controversy, but that hasn’t affect her game play. She left the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada as a winner on Sunday night. Solo didn’t have much to say about her win, but she was apparently happy. Show More Summary
VANCOUVER — Atop BC Place’s championship stage Sunday, 21 U.S. women’s national team players formed a semi-circle around Abby Wambach and Christie Rampone. The squad’s longest-serving members accepted the gold-plated World Cup trophy from FIFA senior vice president Issa Hayatou and, on the count of three, hoisted it to the heavens. It was a moment […]
FOX was number one with adults 18-49 and with total viewers.
The US Women's Soccer Team's Christie Rampone, Amy Rodriguez, and Shannon Boxx all have two things in common - they are all World Cup champions, and they're all celebrating their win the only way they know how: with their children by...Show More Summary
This is what love is. Soccer star Abby Wambach shared a kiss with wife Sarah Huffman after the U.S. beat Japan 5-2 and won the FIFA Women's World Cup on Sunday in Vancouver, Canada. Photographers were there to capture the sweet moment...Show More Summary
After the U.S. team won the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday, a joyous Abby Wambach—who has scored more goals than any other soccer player, male or female, in U.S. history—spotted a friendly face in the crowd. It was her wife, Sarah...Show More Summary
Men's teams that are disqualified in the first round make $8 million. Women's World Cup champs make 4 times less
This wasn't just the third World Cup title for the United States, it also represented them putting aside some ghosts in their past. The United States women are champions. They had one of the most dominant performances ever in a Women's...Show More Summary
Despite a near blowout, the match sets a new record for the sport. read more
Last night, the U.S. Women's National Team exploded for four goals in the first 16 minutes of the World Cup final (including three from Carli Lloyd alone) en route to a 5–2 rout of Japan, who'd defeated them on penalty kicks in the final four years ago. It's the Americans'... More »
The #WWCFinal that saw Team USA beat Japan 5-2 was a massive recoord-setting ratings hit for ABC. Here are the details
With the US Women’s National Team advancing to the 2015 World Cup Final in a rematch against Japan, the biggest media storyline was whether or not the game would surpass the 16 year old record of the 1999 World Cup Final as the most watched women’s soccer game of all-time. Show More Summary
July 5th might end up becoming a national holiday of its own if last night is anything to go by. The 5-2 FIFA Women's World Cup final victory by the U.S.A. over reigning champions Japan on Sunday was history in the making with the winners now the only team ever to win the tournament three times. Show More Summary
The USA’s emphatic 5-2 victory over Japan in the Women’s World Cup final, America’s first Women’s World Cup championship since 1999, posted a 15.2/27 metered market household rating/share (7:00-9:00 PM ET), according to Nielsen. It is the highest metered market … Continue reading ?
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