It’s been in the offing for a couple of weeks now, and Galatasaray have now made it official: Lukas Podolski will complete his move to the Turkish club today. The German World Cup winner will sign his contract at the Turk Telekom Arena...Show More Summary
On the 25th anniversary of the 1990 World Cup - how did Italia 90 change England as a country?
USWNT player Abby Wambach will be chasing more than a soccer ball this Sunday as she prepares for her fourth and final World Cup appearance. While Wambach has two Olympic gold medals, a Silver Ball, a Bronze Boot, and the prestigious...Show More Summary
Christie Rampone was a fresh-faced 24-year-old when she played in her first Women's World Cup in 1999. And the U.S. won.
The U.S. women's national soccer team beat Germany 2-0 on Tuesday night, securing a spot for the American women in the 2015 FIFA World Cup final. The U.S. will now play Japan in the final game at 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Team USA will take on Japan Sunday in the final of the 2015 Women's World Cup
A look at the two teams meeting in the third-place game of the Women's World Cup on Saturday in Vancouver, Canada.
Japan will take on the United States Sunday in final of the 2015 Women’s World Cup due to outstanding tournament performances from players on both teams. The United States have turned a corner in their last two matches and are looking like a squad worthy of a world championship. Show More Summary
MONTREAL - Carli Lloyd was still in high school the last time the U.S. won a Women's World Cup. But she hasn't forgotten the experience.
Boss Mark Sampson wants England to achieve more history by beating Germany to third place at the Women's World Cup.
The world saw England get knocked out of the FIFA Women's World Cup on Wednesday in the worst way possible. What the world didn't see, or hasn't seen yet, was Japan celebrating in the most unique way possible. It's not so much weird as it is completely mesmerising. We dare you to watch it just once. [YouTube, h/t Dirty Tackle] Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Laura Bassett says she is "heartbroken" at scoring the own goal that ended England hopes of winning the Women's World Cup.
Japan edged the United States in penalty kicks to capture its first Women's World Cup trophy four years ago. Now the reigning champions will face off with the Americans once again in a highly anticipated championship rematch. The weekend slate also includes the third-place game between Germany and England. Show More Summary
Germany and England both suffered crushing defeats in their semi-final matches of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. The losses for both sides set up an intriguing third-place match for Saturday, as both teams look to end their World Cup...Show More Summary
Japan have a chance to defend their FIFA Women’s World Cup title against the United States on Sunday. It’s a rematch of the 2011 final as well as the Olympic gold-medal match they played a year later, and it’s an invitation for the Japanese...Show More Summary
Now that the final Women’s World Cup match is set, there is only one game left to decide the winner of the tournament. As a re-match of the 2011 World Cup final, this game will be a test of physicality as … Continue reading ?
As the U.S. women's national soccer team tries Sunday to claim its first World Cup since 1999, the sport itself appears to be in great shape. More girls and women than ever are participating at the high school and college levels, and the best even have a chance to make money by playing professionally.
Japan beat England, 2-1, to reach the Women’s World Cup final, but by another measure of team performance, expected goals, England came out on top, 1.48-0.87.
As the USWNT soccer team prepares for Sunday’s World Cup showdown with Japan, U.S. soccer fans are celebrating FIFA’s recognition of three of their most prominent players, midfielders and veterans Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd, as well as newcomer defender Julie Johnston. Show More Summary
The USA will enter Sunday's 2015 Women's World Cup final as favourites over defending champions Japan, but after the shocking upset loss in 2011, don't expect the Americans to take their opponents lightly. OddsShark has the Stars and...Show More Summary