1. USWNT Point the Way to the Future with Memorable Women's World Cup Campaign

    For 16 years, the United States women's national team lived in the shadow of 1999. But after Sunday's romp in Vancouver, the '99ers now have company in the annals of U.S. soccer lore...

    Michael Cummings Written by Michael Cummings about 1 day ago 10,210 reads 14 comments

  2. Lionel Messi's Continued Heartbreak with Argentina Should Not Alter His Legacy

    For Lionel Messi , undoubtedly the biggest disappointment of his career to date produced one of the iconic sporting images of recent times...

    Alex Dimond Written by Alex Dimond about 1 day ago 34,788 reads 157 comments

  3. England Twitter Account Removes Controversial Tweet as Footballers Return Home

    The England Twitter account posted, and then swiftly deleted, a tweet that referred to the England women's football team as "mothers, partners and daughters" (h/t Tom Warren of The Verge): And @england 's own goal has been deleted...

    Tom Webb Written by Tom Webb about 1 day ago 12,318 reads 31 comments

  4. U.S. Midfielder Carli Lloyd Soars in Popularity with Hat Trick in Cup Final

    After Carli Lloyd scored her second goal in the first five minutes of Sunday's World Cup final, so many people were going to her official website that it crashed...

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  5. Alexis Sanchez's Disappointing Copa Forgotten with Title-Winning Penalty

    One of the many fascinating aspects of football is the tension between individual and collective glory. The team wins, but some of its members are more important to the triumph than others...

    Tim Vickery Written by Tim Vickery about 1 day ago 16,898 reads 32 comments

  6. Javier Mascherano Denies Brawling with Ever Banega After Copa America Defeat

    Argentina's Javier Mascherano has denied rumours of a brawl with team-mate Ever Banega in the wake of the Copa America final defeat to Chile...

    Tom Webb Written by Tom Webb about 1 day ago 14,055 reads 33 comments

  7. Mexico Gold Cup 2015: Full Roster, Group Stage Schedule and Predictions

    The biannual CONCACAF Gold Cup kicks off in the United States and Canada on July 7, as the top countries from North America, Central America and the Caribbean gather to compete in the 23rd edition of the tournament...

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  8. Twitter Reacts as Portugal Enigma Nani Joins Fenerbahce

    Portuguese winger Nani has joined Turkish side Fenerbahce from Manchester United for a reported fee of £3.5 million...

    Tom Webb Written by Tom Webb about 1 day ago 20,303 reads 25 comments

  9. Mexico Are Still in Good Shape Up Top Despite Losing Chicharito for Gold Cup

    Mexico's chances of winning the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup took a hit on Wednesday when Javier Hernandez left El Tri's friendly against Honduras with an upper-body injury...

    Joe Tansey Written by Joe Tansey about 1 day ago 6,362 reads 40 comments

  10. USA vs. Honduras: Date, Time, Live Stream and 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Preview

    The United States men's national team kicks off its 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, on Tuesday night against Honduras...

    Joe Tansey Written by Joe Tansey about 1 day ago 10,689 reads 12 comments

  11. Wambach Finally Gets Her World Cup Title

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Prior to the start of Sunday's World Cup final, both the United States and Japan stayed in their pregame huddles long enough that center referee ...

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  12. USA vs. Japan: Winners and Losers from Women's World Cup 2015 Final

    The United States defeated Japan 5-2 on Sunday in Vancouver, British Columbia, to become the first team to win the FIFA Women's World Cup three times...

    Michael Cummings Written by Michael Cummings about 1 day ago 49,652 reads 71 comments

  13. Lloyd: 'Feel Like I Blacked Out'

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  14. Carli Lloyd's Heroics Lead USWNT to 3rd Women's World Cup Title

    Carli Lloyd wanted to leave a legacy. In the end, she wrote a legend. The United States dominated Japan on Sunday evening in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final in Vancouver, winning 5-2 to become the first country to lift the trophy three times.

    Michael Cummings Written by Michael Cummings about 2 days ago 98,582 reads 155 comments

  15. Vine: USWNT Lift World Cup Trophy

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  16. Image: Wambach Gets Captain's Armband for Last Time

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  17. Video: Donovan Leads 'I Believe' Chant

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  18. The American Outlaws on Twitter

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  19. Report Suggests That Leo Messi Turned Down Copa America Player of the Tournament

    The above video shows a trophy, believed to be the Copa America player of the tournament award, being dragged away before Saturday night's post-match celebrations...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 2 days ago 89,022 reads 247 comments

  20. USA vs. Japan: Live Score, Highlights from Women's World Cup Final

    Live updates : 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final United States 5-2 Japan (full time) GOALS : Carli Lloyd (USA) 3', 5', 16'; Lauren Holiday (USA) 14'; Yuki Ogimi ...

    Michael Cummings Written by Michael Cummings about 2 days ago 401,229 reads 587 comments

  21. Lionel Messi Critics Miss the Mark After Argentina Defeat

    Searching for a reason behind Argentina's substandard performance in letting slip the Copa America title, captain Lionel Messi is an easy and visible target...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 2 days ago 27,803 reads 123 comments

  22. Chilean Boy Takes Selfie with Clearly Devastated Leo Messi After Copa Final

    This Vine really should have sad violin music playing over it. After Argentina's crushing penalty loss to Chile in the Copa America final, one Chilean ball boy couldn't resist taking a selfie with Leo Messi ...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 2 days ago 80,522 reads 27 comments

  23. Di Maria Rues Missed Chances

    Argentina winger Angel Di Maria hailed Chile's tactics in the Copa America final, but admitted his side wasted their chances to win the game.....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 2 days ago 1,891 reads 0 comments

  24. 5 Lessons Learned for Brazil from the Copa America

    As Chile lifted their first ever Copa America title on Saturday night, Brazil were left to rue another chance gone begging. But now a sense of fear and panic is beginning to settle in around the Selecao...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 2 days ago 2,087 reads 11 comments

  25. Stephen Keshi Sacked as Nigeria Boss

    Stephen Keshi has been sacked as coach of Nigeria and replaced by Shaibu Amodu, the country's Football Federation (NFF) has announced.....

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