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How The Women's World Cup Works: A Guide For Everyone

In many ways, the Women’s World Cup is a lot like its male counterpart. In many ways, it isn’t. So with the tournament set to arrive this summer in France, we thought we’d explain how the Women's World Cup works in 2019.

The men’s World Cup has been around since 1930, but the women’s World Cup didn’t start until 1991. The men’s World Cup has 32 teams, the women’s just 24. The U.S. sucks at the men’s World Cup; the U.S. dominates at the Women’s World Cup.

Watch: USWNT’s Catarina Macario Abuses Italian Defender To Clinch Spot In UWCL Semis

Last week, Juventus sent shockwaves through Europe with a stunning upset of Lyon in the first leg of their Women’s Champions League quarterfinal. On Thursday, order was restored in the WoSo world thanks to Catarina Macario turning her Italian defender inside out. 

New USWNT Roster Last Chance For Players To Earn Spot In World Cup Qualifying

If you just look at the opponent, the USWNT’s April friendlies against Uzbekistan are likely to be fairly drab. Matches against the 48th-ranked team in the world in Ohio and Philadelphia, on the face of it, don’t really kindle much enthusiasm. But the April USWNT roster makes it clear: This is the final chance for some young players to earn a spot on the team at World Cup and Olympic qualifying this summer in Mexico.

What Does Dos A Cero Mean? Explaining The USMNT-Mexico Rivalry With One Score

The first time I heard it, I wasn’t quite sure what I was hearing. I attended the first USMNT-Mexico game after the 2002 World Cup meeting, a friendly in Houston, and kept hearing fans yelling “dos a cero.” I knew enough Spanish to translate the phrase, but I had no idea of the Dos a Cero meaning and history, let alone what it would turn into.

Little did I know back in 2003, but Dos a Cero would come to define the American perspective of the USA-Mexico men’s soccer rivalry for nearly two decades. 

Pese Al Empeño, Un Error De Celeste Espino Condenó Al Tri Femenil Ante Estados Unidos

Con el boleto al Mundial de Costa Rica en el bolsillo, la Selección de México Femenil Sub 20 soñaba con dar la sorpresa y batir a Estados Unidos en la final del premundial de la Concacaf. 

El deseo, sin embargo, duró apenas dos minutos con ocho segundos. Un error tremendo en la salida de la arquera Celeste Espino fue aprovechado por Michelle Cooper, la goleadora y mejor jugadora del torneo, para darle ventaja de camerino al USWNT.

Sanity Wins — Cindy Parlow Cone Re-Elected As U.S. Soccer President Defeating Carlos Cordeiro

U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) president Cindy Parlow Cone was re-elected for another four-year term after beating former president Carlos Cordeiro in a vote on Saturday.

Parlow Cone won 785.12 of the total weighted vote at the Annual General Meeting while Cordeiro won 698.26.

U.S. Soccer Federation To Adopt Legislation Addressing Homophobic Chants

The United States Soccer Federation on Friday moved to establish an official policy on banning anti-gay chants at all sanctioned games played in the country, regardless of what national teams are involved.

The resolution now awaits approval from the U.S. Soccer Federation rules committee.

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