Megan Rapinoe: ‘I’m down with’ booing of FIFA boss

When it was revealed that Megan Rapinoe had been picked for a doping test, the room deflated in unison. Such has been Rapinoe’s pull these last few weeks that posing questions to the first coach to win the Women’s World Cup twice did not have quite the allure as talking to the 34-year-old who now

‘We’re crazy, that’s what makes us special,’ says Megan Rapinoe

In pictures: US women win World Cup title US captain Megan Rapinoe lifts the World Cup trophy after the Americans defeated the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday, July 7. In pictures: US women win World Cup title Allie Long, left, and Alex Morgan celebrate in the postgame confetti. In pictures: US women win World Cup title

USWNT vs. Netherlands: US team crowned world champion after 2-0 win with goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle

Competing in its first World Cup final, few gave the Dutch hope. The reigning European champion it may be, but it had not yet come up against the best team in the world, the dominant force of its generation. The Netherlands held on for over an hour but two goals within eight minutes sealed the

2019 Women’s World Cup: Where to watch the final match

Passionate Yanks from sea to shining sea are understandably psyched. After all, it is Independence Day weekend. And a US win isn’t without precedent. The US women’s national soccer team has previously won the cup three times (more than any other country.) But something feels even more special this time around… Meanwhile, the Netherlands are

England vs USA: English women chase World Cup history against ‘the team everyone wants to beat’

If the US is to successfully defends its title, it will certainly have done it the hard way because should the defending champion see off Phil Neville’s team, it will have beaten the No 4. (France) and No.3 (England) ranked teams in the world in the knockout stages. Like any match which induces feverish excitement

US beats France to reach Women’s World Cup semifinals

Every blockbuster needs a fine storyline and the script for this quarterfinal is one that will stand the test of time because it was Megan Rapinoe — the USWNT co-captain who had irked US President Donald Trump earlier in the week — who was the match winner, scoring in each half to secure a hard-fought

Cameroon distraught over VAR decisions as England reaches last eight at Women’s World Cup

The protests took the gloss off the England win, its second biggest at the finals stage, with angry manager Phil Neville claiming they had damaged the image of women’s football in front of a big global audience. ‘That was not football,” he said. Host France joined them in the last eight later Sunday with a

Vatican cancels football match with Vienna over anti-abortion protests

The match, which was scheduled to take place Saturday at the Mariahilf football club in the Austrian capital, was called off after several Austrians lifted up their shirts to reveal pro-choice messages painted on their stomachs and backs while the countries’ anthems were playing before kick-off. One player wrote the slogan “my body my rules”

Women’s World Cup: Record-breaking feats, empty seats — the story so far

From record-breaking matches to empty seats and ferocious debates, a lot has been learned from the group stages of the Women’s World Cup. US still the ones to beat Questions were being asked about defending champions the US before the start of the tournament. Was the defense solid enough? Would a squad consisting of largely

Women’s World Cup: Goalkeepers and VAR taking center stage in France

Japan may have ultimately fallen to a 2-0 defeat to England in its final group game, but goalkeeper Ayaka Yamashita certainly stood out, as has many a goalkeeper in this tournament. Were it not for the goalkeeper’s acrobatics in Nice the defeat to an England team which has now won eight matches in a row

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