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FIFA Women's World Cup

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  • New soccer tournament promotes SteelStacks fest

    New soccer tournament promotes SteelStacks fest
    Get pumped for the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup by watching regional soccer players compete for top honors at the new Great Lehigh Valley Soccer Festival Saturday and Sunday at Lehigh County Sports Fields.
  • Bethlehem's SoccerFest viewing parties to show women's World Cup games

    Bethlehem's SoccerFest viewing parties to show women's World Cup games
    More than 52,000 soccer fans swarmed Bethlehem's SteelStacks complex to watch FIFA World Cup games from Brazil last year during the first Lehigh Valley SoccerFest. Now it's the women's turn. SoccerFest returns in June to SteelStacks for 2015 FIFA...

    Chicago Red Stars' Christen Press embraces soccer, World Cup challenge

     Chicago Red Stars' Christen Press embraces soccer, World Cup challenge
    Christen Press once had five days to save her soccer career. It seems unfathomable now, but the Chicago Red Stars and U.S. women's national team striker almost walked away from the game. In 2012, the Women's Professional Soccer league was about to...

    2015 travel, from major anniversaries to sporting events

    2015 travel, from major anniversaries to sporting events
    The year 2015 teems with major anniversaries, from the 50th remembrance of the Selma Bridge Crossing in Alabama to the 450th birthday of St. Augustine, Fla., and the 800th staging of the Lord Mayor's Show in London. Check these out on our annual calendar,...

    Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf

    Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf
    A coalition of women's soccer players led by U.S. star Abby Wambach has withdrawn its gender discrimination suit against FIFA and will play this summer's World Cup in Canada on artificial turf. The men's tournament has always been played on grass and in...