The U.S.-North Korea Olympic women’s soccer game on July 31 is sure to draw global attention
Thank you, ladies of Japan and the United States. Thanks to you, the next time someone whines about the lack of excitement in soccer, we get to punch that person in the face.
The women’s World Cup title game, between the U.S. and Japan, in Frankfurt, kicks off at 2:45 Eastern time today. Here are five things to watch for in of the most highly anticipated games in U.S. soccer history.
If America wins this World Cup, can we just bronze Abby Wambach’s head?