As the USWNT continues to celebrate its latest World Cup win, we look ahead to what's in store for it and other 2019 alums for the 2023 edition.
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An emotional Marta bid farewell to another unsuccessful World Cup campaign on Sunday with a challenge to Brazil's women: work harder and do more.
Amandine Henry scored in extra time as France beat Brazil 2-1 at the Women's World Cup in Le Havre to send Les Bleues into the quearterfinals.
France were hardly at their best but found a way to score in extra time and remain unbeaten against Brazil.
We examined every shootout kick taken in the history of the women's Olympic and World Cup tournaments. The results show specific paths to victory.
Marta's penalty sent Brazil into the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup with a win against Italy, giving her 17 career goals in the tournament.
With Marta playing in her fifth World Cup, soccer's stars tell the same tale: As a teammate? She's a dream. As an opponent? A nightmare.
Brazil midfielder Andressa Alves will be out of the rest of the Women's World Cup after suffering a left hamstring injury during training on Monday.
Australia is only the second team in Women's World Cup history to come back from two goals down, beating Brazil only after a VAR-confirmed own goal.
Australia staged a remarkable three-goal comeback to beat Brazil 3-2 and pick up three crucial points in Group C at the Women's World Cup.
Brazil played coy on the status of star player Marta, who is recovering from a thigh injury, ahead of its Women's World Cup match against Australia.
An opening World Cup loss didn't rattle Australia. Instead of worrying over high expectations, the Matildas are focused wholeheartedly on Brazil.
Brazil's Cristiane scored a hat-trick as the former finalists sealed a superb 3-0 victory over women's World Cup debutants Jamaica.
Six-time FIFA Player of the Year Marta will miss Brazil's Women's World Cup opener against Jamaica on Sunday.
Brazil star Marta is optimistic she will fully recover from a left thigh injury before the women's World Cup starts in France next month.
The Brazilian Football Confederation says star forward Marta has injured her left thigh and is undergoing physical therapy.
Brazil will have to discover some of its luster if the team hopes to win a first Women's World Cup championship.
Brazil's 41-year-old midfielder Formiga is set to become the first player, male or female, to participate at seven World Cups.