FIFA Women's World Cup (WWC)

WWC: After one last Chelsea title, Emma Hayes now focused on USWNT

After guiding Chelsea to the Women's Super League title for the seventh time, Emma Hayes is a woman with just one job. Hayes can fully concentrate on being coach of...

WWC: Brazil awarded 2027 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Brazil will host the 2027 Women's World Cup, the FIFA Congress voted Friday in Bangkok, Thailand. Members chose Brazil...

WWC: Former USWNT star Carli Lloyd announces pregnancy

Former United States Women's National Team star Carli Lloyd announced Wednesday that she is expecting her first child...

WWC: U.S., Mexico end joint bid for 2027 Women’s World Cup

The U.S. and Mexico are withdrawing their joint bid to host the 2027 Women's World Cup. U.S. Soccer and...

WWC: Superstar Alex Morgan left off USWNT Gold Cup roster

Longtime star Alex Morgan isn't part of the United States Women's National Team roster that will compete in...
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WWC: Ex-USWNT standout Sam Mewis retires at 31

Sam Mewis, part of the United States' winning FIFA Women's World Cup team in 2019, announced her retirement from soccer on Friday. The 31-year-old midfielder...

WWC: U.S., Mexico make joint bid to host ‘27 Women’s World Cup

The United States and Mexico submitted a joint bid to stage the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup on Friday. The neighboring countries are up against...

WWC: USWNT names Emma Hayes next head coach

U.S. Soccer has finalized an agreement to make Emma Hayes the next full-time head coach of the U.S. women's national team. The contract will make...

WWC: Reports: Chelsea FC’s Emma Hayes in line to be USWNT’s coach

The United States Women's National Team may soon have esteemed Chelsea FC manager Emma Hayes as its new head soccer coach. After Chelsea's 6-0 win...

WWC: FIFA suspends Spain federation president for kissing player

FIFA suspended Royal Spanish Football Federation president Luis Rubiales for at least 90 days after he refused to step down following his unsolicited kiss...

WWC: USWNT drops to No. 3 after early World Cup exit

Sweden has ended the United States' six-year reign atop the FIFA women's soccer world rankings. No. 1 since June 2017, the Americans also dropped out...
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