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The NYC Ticker-Tape Parade Belongs To The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Now 

A ticker-tape parade through lower Manhattan is pretty much the quintessential homecoming for American heroes. So it’s fitting that the conquering U.S. women’s soccer team — which won the World Cup on Sunday — will get its second parade in four years down New York City’s “Canyon of Heroes” on Wednesday morning. That’s an appropriate […]

The U.S. Women Made Soccer History In Wildly Entertaining Fashion

A legacy takes shape every four years in the Women’s World Cup, a monthlong jaunt packed with defining moments. Yet even by those constraints — 31 days, seven matches, four win-or-go-home tests — this prolific, undeniable, captivating U.S. women’s national team seemed to stuff its trip with as many highlights as imaginable. When the dust […]

Can The U.S. Women Keep Up Their European Conquest?

After the U.S. women’s national team ousted Spain, four days before perhaps the most anticipated match in the history of the Women’s World Cup, Megan Rapinoe told reporters that she hoped the upcoming quarterfinal against host France would be a “total s—show circus” of a spectacle. It would become one because Rapinoe made it one. […]

The USWNT Is On To The Next Challenge — With An Eye On France

The U.S. women’s national team faced its most difficult test at this World Cup so far in its match Thursday against Sweden, and it wasn’t much of a test at all. The 2-0 scoreline doesn’t reflect it, but the Americans dominated the Swedes from the first whistle to the last. They possessed the ball 61 […]