2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
USWNT denied win in final moments of Australia clash (1:37)
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5dAAP

USWNT hand Matildas reality check

The United States Women's National Team defeated Australia after scoring in 24 seconds, but the Matildas were left to lament missed chances.

Youthful USWNT beats Australia in international friendly (1:31)
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Lindsey Horan speaks out about latest allegations of abuse in NWSL (1:49)
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6dCaitlin Murray

Why USWNT may be better off losing in Australia

The U.S. women are visiting a tough Australia team for two friendlies, but there's method behind the move. Defeats could do them good, too.

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22dESPN

USWNT adds youth to squad vs. Australia

Becky Sauerbrunn, Rose Lavelle and Catarina Macario were among 22 named to the USWNT for two matches vs. Australia this month.

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24dReuters

USWNT's Lloyd ends career as Gotham lose

Two-time World Cup winner Carli Lloyd walked off the pitch for the last time on Sunday, as the Chicago Red Stars beat her NJ/NY Gotham FC 1-0.

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28dReuters

USWNT to play two-game series in Australia

The United States national women's team will head to Australia this month for a two-friendly series against the 2023 World Cup co-hosts.

Is Carli Lloyd the most clutch player in USWNT history? (1:04)
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Carli Lloyd thanks USWNT behind-the-scenes staff (1:25)
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42dJeff Carlisle

Sauerbrunn: 'Heavy' days amid NWSL fallout

USWNT defender Becky Sauerbrunn described the last several weeks, in which allegations have roiled the NWSL, as "heavy" and "really tough."

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44dESPN

FIFA begin women's football advisory board

FIFA announced that consultations will be held with clubs, leagues and member associations "to take informed ideas to a broader audience."

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48dESPN

USSF president 'heartbroken' over NWSL abuse

U.S. Soccer president Cindy Parlow Cone has said she is "heartbroken" over allegations of abusive behaviour in the National Women's Soccer League.

RankingsWomen's Olympic Tournament

Goal Difference2Tied-4th
Goals Scored123rd
Assists74th
Goals Conceded10Tied-7th