“USA! USA!” The chant was heard many times at Schenley Plaza Sunday night as the U. S. women’s soccer team scored early and often to win the World Cup, 5-2.
The United States won their third Women’s World Cup title and first since 1999 with a convincing 5-2 win over Japan Sunday night.
Carli Lloyd buried a penalty kick, Hope Solo got another shutout and the United States beat top-ranked Germany 2-0 on Tuesday night to advance to the title match at the Women’s World Cup.
The U.S.A. boasts all-American tourist spots from sea to shining sea.
The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off this weekend and if you’re not watching, you should be.
These 10 members of the United States Women’s National Team are making their first appearance in a World Cup.
The Women’s World Cup begins on Saturday. What are the US’ chances? Take a look.
Although their fates remain a mystery, these few moments of glory will always be remembered…by them.
These World Cup fans have a leg-up on us all when it comes to showing their patriotism and we all need to take cues from their American ways. Here are 17 World Cup fans that are more prepared for the 4th of July than you:
You’ll notice the ratings for this World Cup are highest in the Northeast, where folks try rather hard to look most enlightened. And you may also notice by the time the U.S. team lost to Belgium, some of them had already jumped ship.
They captured the eyes and hearts of a suddenly awakened soccer nation, who gathered in unprecedented numbers to watch the world’s game.
Highly physical, probably defensive and anxiety-ridden for sure. Not exactly the kind of happy football that fans have enjoyed so far at the World Cup, but it’s the likely scenario for Tuesday’s second-round match between Belgium and the United States.
In what is perhaps the most anticipated game for the USA thus far in the 2014 World Cup, Belgium is the only thing standing in the way of a round of 8 spot and Jurgen Klinsmann’s squad.
Pittsburgh is getting into the USA World Cup action, by having a watch party at Stage AE.
The popularity of soccer is growing in the United States.