The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 has placed women’s soccer in the forefront of the map. Twenty-four countries representing the best in the world have managed to inject a shot of adrenaline, enthusiasm and passion to the already most played sport in the world … soccer! Amongst this amazing lineup of international talent, our very own Portland based Thorns FC had a chance...
Sports Illustrated created one cover for each of the 23 U.S. Women’s National Team soccer players, coach Jill Ellis and a team shot to honor their World Cup win. And then they plugged them all into one GIF for your perusal. http://itsalwayssunnyindetroit.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/25-USWNT-SI-covers-GIF.mp4 [@SInow] How you doin’, Tobin Heath? Sports Illustrated
NEW YORK (AP) Officials say they're planning to unfurl the world's largest free-flying American flag from the George Washington Bridge as a tribute to the World Cup soccer champions. The 450-pound flag is to be flown between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday as New York City throws a ticker-tape parade for the players. Its stripes are about 5 feet wide. The stars measure about 4 feet in...
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Michael Chow-USA TODAY SportsThe U.S. Women’s National team won its first World Cup in 16 years on Sunday by dominating defending champion Japan 5-2. Carli Lloyd recorded a first-half hat trick as the U.S. women scored four goals in the opening 16 minutes. Lauren Holiday and Tobin Heath also scored for the U.S., while Yuki Ogimi and Julie Johnston (own goal) scored for Japan...
Listen, WNT USA striker Abby Wamabach scored her second goal of the night with a fine header at the StubHub center in a friendly against Mexico in this video but...it is Tobin Heath's 'flip flap' move to the assist that has the buzz here. The US Womens National Team beat Mexico 5-1.[Planet Futbol]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
In their penultimate tune-up match before heading north to Canada for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, the United States Women’s National Team sought nothing more than a sharp, confidence-building performance against Mexico on Sunday night at the StubHub Center. Sharpness, they exuded; confidence, they certainly built. A brace each from Sydney Leroux (28′, 61′) and Abby Wambach...
At just 26 years of age, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team forward Tobin Heath is a three-time national champion, titles she won as a North Carolina Tar Heel; a two-time
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