The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to kickoff on Saturday with the USA’s first match getting underway on Monday. Here are the four players your eyes should be on as the US takes aim at its third World Cup championship.
All in all the year will be remembered as a success after the USMNT advanced out of a very difficult group at the World Cup.
Here are the five reasons you’ll want to tune into each of the final to games in a historic 2014.
On October 10th, the legendary international career of Landon Donovan will officially come to a close. Donovan, 32, was left off the 2014 World Cup roster and announced his retirement from international soccer shortly after. […]
Germany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But that’s only one of the stories. Here are 5 things you may have missed from finals week.
From 64 teams and 62 matches, the 2014 FIFA World Cup is now down to two, Argentina and Germany. This World Cup has featured unlikely superstars like James Rodriguez and Guillermo Ochoa, a record number of goals, and a few Cinderellas that advanced much further than anyone could have expected. With just one match (and a useless 3rd place game) to go, it’s time to take a look back on the six most unbelievable results of the 2014 World Cup.
The popularity of the World Cup in the United States was not a reflection on the countries newfound love for a game they’ve never cared about before, it was a direct representation of how much the people of the United States love cheering for a team that plays for the United States.
The 2014 World Cup is down to four teams. But plenty of stories are still swirling around. Here are five things you missed.
Here are the four reasons why Americans should hold their heads high and take away from the 2014 World Cup that their team greatly outplayed anything that was expected of them.
Penalty shootout may be the most exciting thing soccer has to offer, but is it really the best way to determine which team continues on in the sports’ biggest competition?