Carli Lloyd came up big again. Three times. And with it came the Americans’ elusive third Women’s World Cup title.
Soccer coaches say being able to watch elite female soccer players from their home state has made a difference to the girls they teach and thousands of others across the state.
With five days to prepare and two opponents that should cause minimal resistance on the path to the semifinals, the USWNT has adequate time and a strong need to change the structure of its system.
Christie Rampone breaks down how she keeps up with the demands of soccer as well as the demands of being a mom.
United States Women’s National Team defender Christie Rampone discusses her flair for upbeat music as well as her liking to country music.
Rampone will be making her fifth World Cup appearance. Only eight other soccer athletes, male or female, can make that claim.
New Jersey has 19 representatives in the upcoming Olympic games
So they didn’t win a championship. New York City still gave the U.S. Women’s World Cup team a warm welcome home. One by one, tired and disappointed players trudged off the bus and were greeted with cheers and waves from appreciative fans who didn’t seem to mind a bit that they came up short.
All over the Tri-State, people gathered to watch the US women’s national soccer team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup final, through moments of elation and despair.
The Women’s World Cup championship is underway in Germany and many soccer fans around the Tri-state area are hoping for an American victory against Japan.