1. U.S. Soccer to Host WWC Viewing Party in Chicago

    CHICAGO (June 26, 2015) – U.S. Soccer will host a 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Viewing Party for the U.S. Women's National Team Semifinal match against Germany on Tuesday, June 30 in Chicago's Lincoln Park...

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  2. Video: Wambach Drops F-Bomb in USWNT Pep Talk

    Abby Wambach is much older and is now coming off the bench for the US Women's National Soccer Team, but that does not mean she has lost her fire...

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  3. Video: Rodriguez Misses Wide-Open Chance

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  4. Julie Foudy: Despite Scoring Struggles, Expectations Still High for USWNT

    China has spent years hoping for a crack at the U.S. women's soccer team. That opportunity comes Friday, when the two teams face off in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals...

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  5. USWNT Confident Despite Personnel Obstacles, Goal Shortage

    If you've been enjoying this Women's World Cup - and how could you not be based on all the games we've seen? - it's impossible not to be excited about the four quarterfinals that will unfold Friday and Saturday...

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  6. Ellis: USWNT 'Capable of a Lot More'

    "It's not a matter of being satisfied. We're capable of a lot more, and I think that's the expectation on ourselves." .....

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  7. Clint Dempsey Suspended 6 US Open Cup Matches or 2 Years for Red Card

    Six days after getting suspended three MLS matches for tearing up the referee's notebook during a U.S. Open Cup match against the Portland Timbers , Seattle Sounders forward Clint Dempsey was suspended from U...

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  8. Early Look at Ali Krieger in ESPN's Body Issue

    Ali Krieger is currently anchoring the defense for the United States women's national team in a quest for their first World Cup in 16 years...

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  9. With the Pressure Mounting, Should Abby Wambach Start for the USWNT vs. China?

    Abby Wambach entered the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup with a burning desire to win her first World Cup trophy in Canada...

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  10. Good Intentions: The USWNT's Fired Kit Man

    Behind every U.S. World Cup team is a dedicated support staff that works long hours with little recognition...

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  11. Freddy Adu Scores 1st Goal in over 1,000 Days

    Freddy Adu scored his first goal in 1004 days as he hit the net for Finnish side kuPS's reserve team tonight.....

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  12. Klinsmann: Experience Key for Gold Cup Defense

    The time to experiment and introduce new talent into the U.S. Men's National Team is not over. It has just been put on pause.....

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  13. USA-Colombia Breaks FOX TV Record for Soccer

    There's a lesson Fox is learning with the Women's World Cup, and that's if you smack a red, white and blue flag on something—or black, white and slime, thankyouverymuch Nike—people will tune in...

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  14. Morgan Brian Set to Step into Spotlight

    The final whistle hadn't yet blown during Monday's round-of-16 match between the U.S. and Colombia, but U.S. manager Jill Ellis was already thinking ahead...

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  15. How Should USWNT Boss Jill Ellis Shape Her Midfield vs. China?

    The United States women's national soccer team suffered two potential blows to its FIFA Women's World Cup title hopes in the 17th and 42nd minutes against Colombia on Monday ...

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  16. Alex Morgan Always Wanted to Be a Star, and an Orca

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  17. How Losing Rapinoe and Holiday Will Affect U.S.

    The United States will face its biggest challenge yet in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals, and it will have nothing to do with the team across the field...

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  18. Wambach Apologies for Referee Comments

    United States striker Abby Wambach has apologised for her suggestion the referee targeted certain American players for yellow cards in her team's Womens World Cup game against Colombia on Monday...

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  19. Klinsmann on Dempsey's Incident: “It's a Mistake, and Mistakes Happen”

    U.S. Soccer released its 23-man roster for the 2015 Gold Cup on Tuesday, as well as an interview with head coach Jurgen Klinsmann...

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  20. Jurgen Klinsmann's U.S. Gold Cup Roster Favors Experience over Youth

    Jurgen Klinsmann has presided over a youth movement for most of the past year, but experience trumped potential when the U.S. coach named his roster on Tuesday for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup...

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  21. Dempsey, Altidore, Bradley Headline USA's CONCACAF Gold Cup Roster

    The U.S. Men's National Team released its final roster for the Gold Cup, including Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley and captain Clint Dempsey . .....

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  22. Wambach Slams 'Purposeful' Yellow Cards

    EDMONTON, Alberta — Abby Wambach controversially suggested that U.S. midfielders Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday had been "purposefully" given the yellow cards that will cause them to be banned for the Women's World Cup quarterfinal...

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  23. USA's Holiday Suspended for Potential Quarterfinal Match

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  24. Rapinoe: 'It's Do or Die Now'

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  25. USMNT Watch: Yedlin Loan Discussed, Gatt Gives Injury Update

    One of the key names to watch this summer in the United States men's national team talent pool is DeAndre Yedlin ...

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