As Women's World Cup Rolls on, USWNT Eager to Start Its Title Defense
Monday, 10 June 2019 () The U.S. women's national team and Thailand will be the final sides to begin play at the 2019 Women's World Cup, and on the eve of the match, coach Jill Ellis addressed fresh criticism from Hope Solo and Carli Lloyd's role on the team.
The Women’s World Cup starts on Friday. FIFA is desperately trying to prove that it takes women’s soccer seriously, faced with discrimination scandals and a huge pay gap compared to male superstars. Anna Bevan reports.
After thrashing Thailand 13-0 in their opening World Cup game, veteran US forward Carli Lloyd and team-mate Mallory Pugh say they hope the four day break between matches will help their team's chances..
The U.S. Women's National Team began defense of its 2015 Women's World Cup title Tuesday with a game against Thailand. It's the first of three matches for the... NPR Also reported by •RTTNews •CBS News •SBS
England face Argentina tonight knowing a victory will all but guarantee their place in the Women’s World Cup knockout stages. Phil Neville’s Lionesses... talkSPORT Also reported by •RTTNews •Newsday •CBS News
Alex Morgan tied the American record with five goals, four in the second half, as the U.S. women's national team started defense of its FIFA Women's World Cup... Reuters Also reported by •SoccerNews.com •talkSPORT