2015 FIFA Womens World Cup
Not the world peace we deserve, but the world peace we need.
The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team on Friday was honored with a New York City parade and ceremony for defeating Japan to clench an historic World Cup victory.
The United States Women's National Team will get a paltry $2 million for its victory on Sunday. The men's German team got $35 million for winning the 2014 World Cup.
She broke it down...and she just couldn't stop.
The USA striker knew exactly where to find her after the final whistle.
The U.S. Women's National Team becomes the first squad to win three World Cup titles.
Because they're the 23 best friends that anybody could have.
The United States takes on Japan this Sunday in an epic rematch of the 2011 World Cup final, with USA hoping to capture a win in this arena for the first time since 1999.
We're all #ProudOfBassett.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
The English have united behind their team, despite their 2-1 loss to Japan.
The internet is bleeding red, white, and blue.
The U.S. played its best game of the tournament, dominating top-ranked Germany.
It's more than just Wambach, Pinoe, and Syd The Kid.
Their Women's World Cup journey is over.
In this exclusive clip, U.S. Women's National Team stars Abby Wambach and Sydney Leroux recall a moment of greatness.
Meet the ladies who play for your team (no, seriously though).
"We used to dress the girls as boys," Marco Aurelio Cunha said in a recent interview. Julie Foudy and Kate Markgraf, former professional women's players, responded to his comments today.
Apple's intelligent personal assistant appears to be a bit soccer-ignorant.
Rapinoe, Solo, Wambach, and the crew have you covered.
I would say the athletes competing in the Women's World Cup are tough as nails, but they probably eat nails for breakfast, so...
"For some reason, the world loves to show young women in pink and wearing princess dresses, but the truth is: these girls are badasses."
Car il n'y a pas que celle des hommes qui compte.
Soccer fans unite. It's about that time.
25 years after the first Women's World Cup, women's national teams are coming to FIFA's hit soccer video game. Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, and Christine Sinclair are all here.