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July 15th, 2015

US Women’s Soccer Team Wins ‘Best Team’ At 2015 ESPYS

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The United States Women’s soccer team won the award for best 2015 team at the ESPYS on July 15 and this just put the icing on the cake of their 2015 FIFA World Cup win!

We are so overjoyed with the success and recognition of the US Women’s National Team for winning the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup! The women were in full force at the ESPYS and accepted the award for “Best Team” on July 15! The beat out some pretty big names like the New England Patriots and Chicago Blackhawks. Click here to read more

July 15th, 2015

Hope Solo Sparkles In Long-Sleeve Gown At 2015 ESPY Awards

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Talk about a stunning lady! Hope Solo walked the red carpet at the 2015 ESPY Awards, and she couldn’t look better. Even in the heat, she went with long sleeves, and let’s just say — she looked HOT!

With head-to-toe sparkles and flashy jewelry from NSR Nina Runsdorf, US Women’s Soccer star Hope Solo is already a major winner, especially this year, but she’s also rocking her fashion! She absolutely wow’d us all on July 15 when she stepped onto the red carpet in a long-sleeved, low back Badgley Mischka gown full of sparkles.
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July 14th, 2015

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Stuns On ‘Sports Illustrated’ Covers: See Them All

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The U.S. women’s national soccer team took home the World Cup — and that’s not all! Each and every athlete has her very own ‘Sports Illustrated’ cover — what a way to celebrate! See each and every one right here.

Sports Illustrated just did the coolest thing ever. Considering the U.S. women’s national soccer team made history by being the first to win three Women’s World Cups, it is only right that Sports Illustrated made history by giving all 23 players and coach, Jill Ellis, their very own covers — wow. Each of the players looks stunning on their covers — do you agree?
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July 10th, 2015

The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Needs To Be Paid As Much As The Men’s

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It was a historic moment today, July 10, when for the first time in history, a women’s team — the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team — was honored with a ticker tape parade in New York City. Now, let’s honor them in an even more important way — with equal pay!

When the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team took first place, winning the World Cup on July 5, America went wild! America went bananas to such an extent that 25.4 million people watched the final game, beating the men’s World Cup viewership. In fact, it was the most-watched soccer event in U.S. history! So, if that’s true — the American public loves women’s soccer and our team is the best in the world — why do the players earn nearly 40 times less than male team players?! Talk about inequality!
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July 7th, 2015

Carli Lloyd: U.S. Soccer Star Predicted Clutch Goal-Scoring Weeks Before World Cup

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U.S. soccer star Carli Lloyd was the star of the Women’s World Cup finals…but she could’ve told you weeks ago that would happen! After scoring three goals during her team’s HUGE win against Japan on July 6, Carli revealed she actually predicted her clutch goal-scoring back in May.

Carli Lloyd, 32, made history on July 6, by completing a hat trick just 16 minutes into the Women’s Soccer World Cup Finals, but before the game, she actually thought she’d score even more than that! In all their other games in the tournament, the USA never even scored three goals total, but Carli said she just knew she’d have a big game in the finals — and that was weeks before play even started!
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July 7th, 2015

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Making 40 Times Less Than Winning Men’s Team — Fans Outraged

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The United States’ Women’s National Soccer Team had a huge victory against Japan to win the World Cup on July 5…but they won’t even come CLOSE to making as much money as the winning men’s team did in 2014. Oh — and fans are NOT happy about it!

Whoa, this is pretty shocking. While it’s nothing new that women are making less money than men, the difference between how much the World Cup champion U.S. Women’s Soccer Team is making compared to what their male counterparts did in 2014 is absurd. Check out some outraged fan reactions to the revelation!
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July 6th, 2015

Women’s Soccer Hairstyles: World Cup Updo Inspiration

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Team USA kicked butt as they defeated, well, everyone, and took the World Cup on July 5. The women’s team rocked some cool hairstyles that are easily to re-create, on and off the field!

Whether you’re planning to spend your summer in cleats, in the pool or at the mall, these sporty hairstyles work on everyone for every day! Braids, ponys and cute pixies, seen on members of the United States women’s national soccer team, are fun and festive! Get the looks below.
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July 5th, 2015

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015: Carli Lloyd Awarded Golden Ball

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The U.S. Women’s National Team beat Japan 5-2 and Carli Lloyd was given several awards, including the highly coveted golden ball!

The United States Women’s National Soccer Team won the FIFA Women’s World Cup July 5 and it was thanks to all the unbelievable women on the team! Several awards were handed out after the big win. Hope Solo was awarded the golden glove award and Carli Lloyd took home the silver boot and the golden ball!
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July 5th, 2015

US Women’s Soccer Team Wins The 2015 FIFA World Cup — Fans Rejoice

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U-S-A! U-S-A! The United States Women’s soccer team took home the 2015 FIFA World Cup and fans couldn’t be prouder! After beating Japan in a thrilling 5-2 victory, the champions are being showered with praise on social media. See their tweets here!

We are sending out a HUGE shout out to the US Women’s National Team for winning the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup! Team captain Carli Lloyd, 32, led the ladies to a 5-2 victory over Japan, scoring 3 goals! It was the first World Cup victory for the Americans since 1999 so fans are rightfully exploding with excitement on social media! Click here to read more

July 5th, 2015

Women’s World Cup: Carli Lloyd Scores Two Goals In First Five Minutes

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The USA Women’s soccer team is off to an incredible start in the final game of the World Cup, Carli even made a goal from half field!

The USA Women’s National Team is absolutely killing it in their highly anticipated game against Japan! Carli Lloyd, 32, scored not one but TWO goals within the first five minutes of the game. It was one of the most incredible moments World Cup  history!
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July 1st, 2015

Alex Morgan: Fans Freak Out On Twitter After FIFA References Soccer Star’s Looks

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FIFA is under fire! Ahead of the 2015 Women’s World Cup semi-final match, the organization posted an article about U.S. soccer star Alex Morgan, controversially referencing her looks while describing her — and fans are outraged!

Alex Morgan25, is one of the stars of the United States’ Women’s World Cup soccer team, but some people are, unfortunately, paying more attention to the way she looks than her stellar skills on the field. Even FIFA, the organization responsible for the tournament, described the soccer star in a controversial way before the United States’ game against Germany on June 30, and they definitely felt the backlash on Twitter.
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June 27th, 2015

Abby Wambach Drops F-Bomb During Huddle With Team USA At World Cup Match — Watch

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We hear you loud and clear, Abby Wambach. In an attempt to rally her team, the U.S. soccer star dropped the F-bomb during a huddle as Team USA battled against China in the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-finals on June 26. Click to WATCH!

Hey, it worked! United States soccer star Abby Wambach, 35, was caught on camera dropping the F-bomb during an intense team huddle before the second half of the team’s FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final match-up against China on June 26 in Canada. Abby’s word definitely got the team pumped because they won!
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