It all comes down to this! The United States Women’s Soccer Team has made it to the Women’s World Cup Final and they face the team that beat them in the last tournament! Team USA plays Japan for the World Cup and HollywoodLife.com has the hook-up so you don’t miss a second of this incredible game!
It’s Japan Vs. USA — Part II! Four years after Japan defeated the United States Women’s National Soccer Team in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final, the two teams meet again for the rematch! Japan wants a repeat championship victory, while Team USA is looking for their first World Cup in over 15 years! Which team’s World Cup dreams will come true?
The stage has been set, as these two teams will clash on the field of Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium on July 5. The game starts at 7:00 P.M. EST and you don’t want to miss this one! This is the pinnacle in women’s soccer so make sure you’re ready when the match kicks off!
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One day after their Independence Day, the US Women’s Soccer Team is looking to bring the cup back to America. They’re also looking for revenge, as Japan narrowly defeated the US Women’s Team at the 2011 World Cup Final. Carli Lloyd, Christen Press, Sydney Leroux and Abby Wambach will make sure things go differently this time!
Though, the star of Team USA has been Hope Solo. She proved why she might be the best goalkeeper in the game today! She only allowed a single goal in the entire tournament — in the first round match against Australia. Since then, Holo has been a BRICK WALL, blanking out Sweden, Nigeria, Columbia, China and even Team USA’s biggest challenge, the number 1 ranked Germany!
Though Japan hasn’t been as dominant, they still found the right moves to make it to the World Cup Final. They shut out Switzerland, Cameroon and Ecuador in the Group Stage of the tournament, allowing only a single goal to be scored on them in that stage. Japan held back the Dutch, defeating the Netherlands, 2-1. In the Quarterfinals, Japan sent Australia down under, 1-0, and overcame England, 2-1, when English player Laura Bassett accidentally scored on her own goal! Yikes!
Will Japan make it two in a row, or will the United States secure their first World Cup victory since 1999? Be sure to tune in and see every exciting minute! Don’t forget to share your thoughts during the game with @HollywoodLife!
HollywoodLifers! Which team are you rooting for? Do you think it’ll be a great game?
— Jason Brow