USWNT World Cup Parade: NYC Readies To Celebrate U.S. Women's National TeamRoaring crowds of enthusiastic fans are expected to pack Lower Manhattan Wednesday to celebrate the World Cup champion U.S. Women's National Team.
Women's World Cup Champ Tobin Heath Celebrated As NJ Hometown HeroA girls' soccer camp was taking place Tuesday at Tobin Heath Field in Basking Ridge, where a sign calls the Women's World Cup champion a "hometown inspiration."
USWNT's Crystal Dunn An Inspiration At Soccer-Crazy South Side High School On Long IslandAmong those being honored at Wednesday's parade recognizing the U.S. Women's National Team is a woman from Long Island. And let's just say soccer comes Crystal clear to her.
USWNT World Cup Parade: Preparations Underway For Massive NYC Ticker-Tape Parade To Celebrate World Cup Champion USWNTHuge crowds of enthusiastic fans are expected to greet the World Cup champion U.S. Women's National Team in the Big Apple on Wednesday.
Saluting The Champions: Officials, Sports Teams Across Tri-State Area Salute U.S. Women's World CupAs New York City - and the world - gets ready to cheer on the U.S. Women's National Team World Cup victory with a parade down the Canyon of Heroes Wednesday, the celebrations started early online.
USWNT World Cup Parade: NYC Events Planned To Celebrate Women's World Cup WinMayor Bill de Blasio tweeted after the team's victory Sunday, saying, "You have inspired the entire country -- and New York City knows how to celebrate champions."
U.S. Beats Netherlands, Wins 4th Women's World Cup TitleThe United States has won the Women's World Cup for the fourth time.
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. Continues Incredible Run, Ousts Determined England For Spot In Women's World Cup FinalAlex Morgan celebrated her go-ahead goal with a cheeky tea-sipping motion and Alyssa Naeher stopped a late penalty kick to send the United States into the final at the Women’s World Cup.
Women's World Cup Brings Hundreds Of Fans Together At Brooklyn Watch PartyWin or lose, fans say sports have a way of helping us put our differences aside and bringing everyone together to share pride in our country.
Crystal Dunn Chasing Something To Prove On U.S. Women's World Cup TeamThe 26-year-old native New Yorker said the experience of getting cut has made her into the player she is today.