2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 4th in FIFA Women's World Cup
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7hLiam Twomey

Hayes: England tops U.S. for women's game

England has overtaken the United States as the best place in the world to play women's football, according to Chelsea manager Emma Hayes.

Brandi Chastain encouraged by bravery of USWNT (1:38)
Alex Morgan calls USWNT lawsuit a 'no-brainer' (1:27)
How playing conditions factor into USWNT's fight for equality (1:59)
Foudy's top 2019 Women's World Cup contenders (2:11)
USWNT 'stuck in transition' ahead of World Cup (1:48)
Alex Morgan: USWNT need to take care of the ball better (0:55)
USWNT rebound after 'demoralizing defeat' to France (1:35)
Spain 0-1 United States: USWNT bounce back (1:12)
France 3-1 United States: Rough start to World Cup year (2:13)
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64dTom Marshall

Lozano, Morgan win CONCACAF player awards

It is the first player of the year award for Mexico's Hirving Lozano, while U.S. star Alex Morgan takes her fourth on the women's side.

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92dAssociated Press

Ex-USWNT star Parlow Cone makes U.S. Soccer VP bid

Parlow Cone scored 75 goals in 158 international appearances from 1995-2006, winning two Olympic gold medals and the 1999 Women's World Cup.

Julie Foudy assesses Mexico's failure, USWNT's dominance (3:51)
Panama 0-5 United States: USWNT cruising toward World Cup (1:57)
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194dSamuel Marsden

Barca bring in U.S. star Long to academy role

Barca say the objective of the New York academy is to "participate in the biggest competitions locally, such as the New York Club Soccer League."

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362dAssociated Press

U.S. first; England No. 2 in FIFA women's rankings

The United States remain at the top of the FIFA women's rankings after winning the SheBelieves Cup as England moved ahead of Germany into second.

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378dPA Sport

Neville: England outclassed by USA

Phil Neville admitted England Women were "beaten by the better team" in a 1-0 loss to the United States but challenged his players to learn from it.

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403dJeff Carlisle

Athlete Council support keys Cordeiro win

Experience and vision won Carlos Cordeiro the all-important Athlete Council vote and ultimately the election for U.S. Soccer president.