Second-Half Goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle Lift USA to Victory; The USA Finishes World Cup as the Highest Scoring Team in Tournament History; Back-to-Back Championships Gives the USA Four Women's World Cup Titles.
Alex Morgan Scores Game-Winner on Her 30th Birthday, Now Tied for Golden Boot Lead; Alyssa Naeher Makes Three Saves, Including Crucial Late-Game Penalty Kick Stop; Christen Press Scores in First Start of 2019 World Cup; USA Will Play Netherlands-Sweden Winner in World Cup Final on Sunday, July 7 at 11 a.m. ET.
Jozy Altidore's 66th-Minute Strike Is Fifth of His Career in Gold Cup Play; USA Keeps Clean Sheets in All Three Group Matches for Second Time in Its History; USA Moves on to Quarterfinal Matchup vs. Curaçao in Philadelphia on June 30 at 8 p.m. ET.
Carli Lloyd's Two Goals Set Record as She Scores in Sixth consecutive World Cup Match; Julie Ertz Scores While Tierna Davidson Picks Up Two Assists in First WWC Start; U.S. Closes Group Play vs. Sweden in Le Havre on Thursday, June 20 at 3 p.m. ET.
Alex Morgan Scores Seventh Goal of Tournament, Rose Lavelle Also Tallies; Morgan Wins Golden Boot, Julie Ertz Golden Ball, USA Wins Fair Play Award; USA Will Conclude 2018 Schedule with Pair of Friendlies Abroad in November.
Having achieved its primary goal of qualifying for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, Canada is now getting ready to take on the current World Champions USA on Wednesday, 17 October at 20:00 ET/17:00 PT.
Morgan and Lavelle Bag Braces, Horan, Dunn and Heath Also Score; U.S. WNT Now Awaits Group B Results That Will Determine Semifinal Opponent; USA's Semifinal Match Set for Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. CT at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas