Women's Soccer

Megan Rapinoe Wins Everything The World Cup Has To Offer

In a month that’s seen the national discourse largely dictated by USWNT attacker Megan Rapinoe, it’s only fitting that the 34-year-old has finished her 2019 Women’s World Cup odyssey with the final’s game-winning goal, as well as the tournament’s two most prestigious individual awards: The Golden Boot (given to the leading scorer) and Golden Ball (given to the best player).

It was Alex Morgan who drew the foul in the area in the 60th minute, but Rapinoe stepped up to convert her third penalty of the tournament. 

Rose Lavelle’s Stunning Goal Encapsulates Brilliance Of Back-To-Back Champions

The USWNT made history today by becoming repeat champions of the Women's World Cup following a 2-0 victory over the Netherlands. For all the talk of a closing divide between the Americans and their European counterparts, this one wasn’t even close. It took an hour for the U.S. to find its opener, but the final score could’ve easily been five or six to zero.

Women's World Cup Final Referee One Of The Best There Is

FIFA announced the Women's World Cup final referee and fans of both sides should have no complaints with the choice.

Stéphanie Frappart of France will be the center referee for the USWNT’s match against the Netherlands on Sunday as Team USA seeks its second straight Women’s World Cup title and fourth overall.

Ellen White Probably Wants To Murder The VAR And We Don’t Blame Her

England does not like the VAR. The English FA, apparently full of Luddites, has been one of the last countries to begin to implement video replay, slow to accept that getting calls right is more important than anything else. 

Ellen White, England to her core, does not like the VAR either. She’d probably have the Golden Boot wrapped up by now were it not for video replay.

Alex Morgan’s Celebration Inspired A Team Called The Sod Poodles To Do A ‘Tea Party Cam’

The Alex Morgan tea-sipping celebration is catching fire across the country, even finding its way to a minor-league baseball game in the Texas Panhandle town of Amarillo.

Sunday Is Going To Be Amazing For Soccer Fans, But FIFA’s Scheduling Is An Insult To Women’s Soccer

Sunday will be perhaps the greatest day of international soccer viewing in the history of the sport.

At 11 a.m. ET, the United States takes on the Netherlands in the 2019 Women's World Cup final.

At 4 p.m. ET, Brazil hosts Peru in the 2019 Copa América final.

And at 9 p.m. ET, rivals Mexico and the U.S. face off in the 2019 Gold Cup final.

It’s a day full of big matches, and that’s not even counting the Africa Cup of Nations round of 16 and a couple big MLS clashes. 

Alex Morgan Says If Men Can Grab Their Sacks, She Can Sip Tea

It was, with all due respect to Alyssa Naeher, the most iconic moment of the USWNT’s 2-1 victory over England in the Women’s World Cup semifinals. Alex Morgan scored what proved to be the match winner, ran toward the sideline and pantomimed drinking a cup of tea

USWNT Vs. The Netherlands: Women’s World Cup Final Preview And Prediction

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final date and time has been decided: On Sunday, July 7, the USWNT will take on the Netherlands at 11:00 a.m. ET on Fox, while Spanish-language coverage will be provided by Telemundo. The venue will be the 59,186-seat Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon, the site of both semifinals. 

How To Watch Women's World Cup 2019 (TV, Streaming, Apps)

The Women’s World Cup is here. As the U.S. women’s national team begins its quest to repeat as world champion, there’s one thing on the mind of every soccer fan: How to watch Women's World Cup 2019?

The 2019 Women’s World Cup will be broadcast in the United States by FOX (English) and Telemundo (Spanish). But not every game will be on FOX or Telemundo, as both networks will spread the matches on its various networks.