Olympics 2021: How, When To Watch USWNT In Quest For Fifth Gold MedalThe USWNT is looking to avenge its fifth place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics when it takes the field in Tokyo in a few weeks.
USWNT Announces Olympic Roster For Tokyo GamesThe U.S. will look to avenge it's early exit in the 2016 Games when the first match in Tokyo kicks off on July 21 against rival Sweden.
US Women's Team Wants Soccer Federation To Repeal Anthem PolicyThe U.S. women's team also wants the federation to state publicly that the policy was wrong and issue an apology to the team's black players and supporters.
Red Stars Player Roots For Teammates In The World Cup Final"I hope my friends do well and do whatever they need to do. We'll be waiting for them back here in Chicago."
USWNT Jersey Sales Setting Records For Nike, FanaticsThe team's run through the Women's World Cup has a lot of fans jumping on the bandwagon.
U.S. Defeats England 2-1 To Advance To Women's World Cup FinalThe U.S. will now play the winner of Sweden and the Netherlands on Sunday in the Women's World Cup final at Stade de Lyon. The Americans are seeking their fourth title and are vying to be the first nation to win it back-to-back since Germany in 2003 and 2007.
Women's World Cup Semifinal Match: Where To Watch US Vs. EnglandThe USWNT has beaten Thailand, Chile, Sweden, Spain and France during the tournament. The team will now go up against England in the semifinals.
Women's World Cup: US Defeats France 2-1 This matchup was always expected to be a hard-faught game of back-and-forth possession and it lived up to its billing.
Women's World Cup Soccer Schedule: Where To Watch U.S. vs. FranceThe United States' women's national soccer team plays France in the quarterfinals of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Women's World Cup 2019: Things To Know About USWNT Vs. FranceThe USWNT and France, the leading favorites heading into the Women's World Cup, meet in the quarterfinals on Friday afternoon.
USWNT Fans Question Officiating On Penalty That Allows U.S. To Beat Spain 2-1Fans enjoyed seeing the USWNT beat Spain to advance in the Women's World Cup, but they question the call that led to a second penalty kick.