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2019 women's world cup

  • “Well done to Sweden but it is a nonsense game,” England coach Neville told the BBC, contradicting his comments on ...

    Sweden benefited from poor defending and the video assistant referee to beat England 2-1 in the women’s World Cup third place playoff match on Saturday.

  • Ninth-ranked Sweden will face No. 2 Germany in a quarterfinal on Saturday in Rennes.

    Stina Blackstenius scored early in the second half and Sweden advanced to the quarterfinals at the Women’s World Cup with a 1-0 victory over Canada on Monday night.

  • President Donald Trump praised the United States for winning the Women's World Cup, but Jill Ellis is not sure her team will visit the White House.

  • It was business as usual for the three-times World Cup winners but for England there was agony as skipper Steph Houghton missed an 84th-minute penalty ...

    Defending champions United States reached the women’s World Cup final for the fifth time after an incident-packed 2-1 win over England, who missed a late penalty, on Tuesday.

  • Megan Rapinoe converted a pair of penalty kicks to set up the United States’ much-anticipated quarterfinal rendezvous with the hosts.

    Spain tested the United States like no other team at the Women’s World Cup.

  • Rapinoe scored in the 61st minute after a video review determined Stefanie van der Gragt had fouled Alex Morgan with a kick to the shoulder in the penalty area.

    The United States women’s soccer team was as good as American players promised — maybe even better.

  • The African side thought they had pulled a goal back after the break through Nchout, but their despair increased when it was disallowed after a VAR review ...

    England progressed to the quarter-finals of the Women's World Cup with a 3-0 victory over an enraged Cameroon side who protested after two VAR decisions went against them.

  • “We are shocked and disappointed with today’s decision, but we will not give up our hard work for equal pay,” Molly Levinson, spokeswoman for the women’s players, said in a statement. “We are confident in our case and steadfast in our commitment to ensuring that girls and women who play this sport will not be valued as lesser just because of their gender.”

    A federal judge threw out the unequal pay claim by players on the U.S. women’s national soccer team in a surprising loss for the defending World Cup champions but allowed their allegation of discriminatory working conditions to go to trial.

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