The U.S. Women's National Team continues to break records. The team's 5-2 win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final was not just the highest-scoring final in tournament history. It was also the most-watched soccer match in U.S. television...Show More Summary
It was a win for both the U.S. women's soccer team and local sporting-goods shops. In advance of the Women's World Cup championship match on Sunday, many retailers preordered team shirts and jerseys... To view the full story, click the title link.
Whether Tweeting about an incredible @hopesolo save, watching replays of one of Celia Sasic’s six goals, reading analysis from sideline reporters, or rooting on your home team with lots of Twitter emoji, #FIFAWWC fans turned to Twitter to be a part of all the action.
When Carli Lloyd missed her penalty kick in the 2011 Women’s World Cup final against Japan, the fate of the USWNT was all but sealed. Lloyd’s miss was the second of three missed penalties for the US, and since that defeat, the team has...Show More Summary
While he was undoubtedly trying to pay the U.S. women's soccer team a major compliment on their 5-2 victory over Japan in last night's World Cup match, Fox News' Brian Kilmeade may have inadvertently said something about Americans in general that could easily be taken the wrong way.
More than 20 million people tuned in to watch the U.S. women win it all on Sunday.
Did everyone tune in to the Women’s World Cup Finals Sunday evening? If you are a lesbian, you did, because that was a thing that all living lesbians were required by law to do. It was so exciting! Our ladies beat the Japanese ladies, and America is the champion of the Women’s World Cup for the first time since 1999. Show More Summary
Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features an interview with Jonathan Tannenwald to discuss USA’s victory in the Women’s World Cup final. Listen to the episode above or here. You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE … Continue reading ?
In a record-shattering World Cup final, the U.S. Women’s soccer team beat Japan 5-2. For their win, the U.S. team will earn $2 million. By comparison, Germany received $35 million in 2014 after winning the Men’s World Cup Final in Brazil. Show More Summary
As of this writing, I’m super excited for the Women’s World Cup final tonight. It’s USA vs. Japan and I’m psyching myself up by shouting, “USA, USA!” But only in my head. Now, these two teams faced each other in the last World Cup final back in 2011, when Japan beat the U.S. so the … Continue reading News in Asia is Stoked for Women’s World Cup
Eniola Aluko on why Manchester United need a women's team and how England celebrated their play-off win.
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is World gone mad: What you may have missed on Sunday Kos... The Southern heritage that Lost Causers would like us to ignore, by Susan Grigsby The legitimate, though unpopular, case for more politiciansShow More Summary
Fox Sports just finished televising the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Of the 12 announcers calling games, 11 of them were American and 1 was a Canadian. And American soccer survived. The biggest storyline when it came to Fox’s World Cup coverage was their focus on American Soccer Announcers. Show More Summary
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer is pushing for the city to host a ticker-tape parade to honor the U.S. women’s soccer team.
David Beckham isn't the only one who knows how to bend a ball. Soccer star Carli Lloyd showed off her ball control skills yesterday in the US women's team's world cup victory against Japan. In the first 16 minutes of the game, Lloyd scored three of the US team's five goals. Show More Summary
Now that the Women’s World Cup is over, one might ask: Are countries with more gender equality more successful on the women’s soccer field? It sure does look like it, if you take a quick glance at country rankings and tournament history. While the men’s game has historically been dominated by the likes of Brazil, Argentina, […]
The U.S. team's rout of Japan in yesterday's Women's World Cup final has led to talk that Carli Lloyd, winner of the Golden Ball as the tournament's best player, should be put on the $10 bill. But, while the chances that honor goes to her are probably not very high, the odds are considerably better that Lloyd will be seeing plenty of U.S. Show More Summary
The Women’s World Cup final between the U.S. and Japan drew a record U.S. audience for a soccer game carried by a single network, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings released by Fox. An... To view the full story, click the title link.
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The 2015 Women's World Cup has come to a close in Canada, with the United States claiming the title for a third time. Who were the best individual performers of the tournament? Bleacher Report's Michael Cummings joins Ryan Bailey to pick his team of the tournament for the 2015 World Cup. Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com