FIFA World Cup

The former officer spied on rival bids and then kept tabs on Qatar’s critics in the soccer world, an investigation by The Associated Press found.
USSF President Cindy Parlow Cone wants the men’s national team to allow the reallocation of FIFA’s World Cup payments to the federation to the women’s team.
In an interview with Marie Claire, the soccer star says it didn’t hurt the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team one bit.
The World Cup soccer star said she could take a hit in the NFL and deal with the pressure after a video of her practice with the Philadelphia Eagles went viral.
The Icon Award winner said the World Cup champs were "heroes and icons for standing up."
The U.S. Women’s National Team co-captain reportedly signed with Penguin Press for a book about her life AND with Razorbill for a book for young people.
“I think we’re one step away from just saying a racial slur on national television, from the president of the United States," says soccer star.
Americans are exhausted of "the fighting and the negative," the team's co-captain said.
The soccer star reached out to NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio hoping for a replacement.
“We have to love more, hate less,” Megan Rapinoe gave a speech about tolerance at a parade celebrating the U.S. women’s soccer team for winning their fourth World Cup.
The star Women’s National Team co-captain gives us the mantra we all need.
The former president said he was "proud to rep" the world champions in a photograph posted online.
The Democratic senator introduced a bill that would cut off all federal funding when the U.S. hosts the men's international soccer tournament.
"People aren't going to watch," he claims. The Women's World Cup final drew a 22% larger audience than the men's game last year.
The president said closing the gender pay gap in soccer involves looking at "who's taking in what." The women's team has generated more revenue than the men's in recent years.
The U.S. women's team co-captain took home the coveted Golden Boot and Golden Ball awards.
The chants began when FIFA President Gianni Infantino walked on the field for the postgame ceremonies.
Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle both scored during the team's second consecutive World Cup victory.