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  • England beats Germany 1-0 in extra time to take third place in Women's World Cup

    England beats Germany 1-0 in extra time to take third place in Women's World Cup
    Fara Williams scored on a penalty kick in the 108th minute, helping England beat Germany 1-0 on Saturday for third place in the Women's World Cup. It was England's first win in 21 meetings against Germany, and secured the team's best finish in its...
  • Orlando City earns 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake despite Kaká red card

    Orlando City earns 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake despite Kaká red card
    SANDY, Utah – The moment was certainly the most stunning of Kaká's short Major League Soccer career. What the Brazilian superstar had done at the beginning of the game against Real Salt Lake was what many would expect from the former Ballon d&...
  • Early criticism of Jill Ellis turns to awe as U.S. reaches World Cup final

    Early criticism of Jill Ellis turns to awe as U.S. reaches World Cup final
    Two weeks ago, Jill Ellis was anything but a genius. As her U.S. team struggled through group play at the Women's World Cup, the coach was being called unprepared, uncreative and unresponsive. And those were the compliments. Then, after a second-...
  • Greg Solawa gears up to play for Ohio State soccer team after surgery

    Greg Solawa gears up to play for Ohio State soccer team after surgery
    The final match of Greg Solawa's club soccer career took place on Friday, June 26, but he couldn't contribute in his customary role at attacking midfielder. His Chicago Magic U18 team played at the Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, Indiana. Solawa...
  • More heartbreak for England's national soccer team

    More heartbreak for England's national soccer team
    England's national teams keep finding ways to make agonizing exits from major soccer tournaments. Penalty-shootout defeats? There have been six of those by England's men alone since the World Cup semifinals in 1990. Refereeing injustices? England...
  • US in Women's World Cup finals at SoccerFest

    US in Women's World Cup finals at SoccerFest
    Lehigh Valley soccer fans can cheer on the U.S. Women's team as they go up against Japan in the Women's World Cup finals Sunday at Lehigh Valley SoccerFest and Viewing Party at SteelStacks. Fans can watch the bug match on two giant outdoor LED screens...
  • England wakes to more heartbreak for national soccer team

    England's national teams keep finding ways to make agonizing exits from major soccer tournaments. Penalty-shootout defeats? There have been six of those by England's men alone since the World Cup semifinals in 1990. Refereeing injustices? England...
  • U.S. vs. Japan: How they match up in Women's World Cup final

    U.S. vs. Japan: How they match up in Women's World Cup final
    USA VS. JAPAN A quick look at who has the edge in Sunday's Women's World Cup final: Attacking: Japan's passing game is the best in the world and it will give the U.S. fits. Plus, the Japanese share the scoring as much as they share the ball, with...
  • Women's World Cup: Japan keenly remembers 2012 Olympic loss to U.S.

    Women's World Cup: Japan keenly remembers 2012 Olympic loss to U.S.
    VANCOUVER, Canada — While the U.S. is using its loss to Japan in the last Women's World Cup final as motivation heading into Sunday's rematch, the Japanese are rallying around an even fresher result. Three years ago the U.S. beat Japan, 2-1, in...
  • A Lot On The Line In World Cup Final

     A Lot On The Line In World Cup Final
    VANCOUVER, Canada — There is more at stake than mere global soccer supremacy when the U.S. and Japan meet in the Women's World Cup final Sunday. For a generation of U.S. players, led by star forward Abby Wambach, the game will provide one last...
  • Americans focus on another shot at elusive World Cup crown

    Americans focus on another shot at elusive World Cup crown
    There is more at stake than mere global soccer supremacy when the U.S. and Japan meet in the Women's World Cup final Sunday. For a generation of U.S. players, led by star forward Abby Wambach, the game will provide one last chance at a title that has...