us women's soccer team
“My one and only mission has always been to do what is best for our Federation," Carlos Cordeiro wrote in a letter announcing his immediate resignation.
“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.
Rather than, you know, less than the men's team.
Our U.S. Women's National Team deserves better.
The women’s team ranks in the top half-percent of the “most-played” teams.
The president offered some words of praise to the women's national soccer team, plus an unexpected 2016 endorsement.
“I want to play with the boys."
"You want to get in on the ground floor."
On Sunday, July 5, 2015, the U.S. Women's Soccer team captivated a proud nation. Following the painful defeat to Japan in the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2011 and a grueling four-year wait, the U.S. Women's Soccer team came to win.
We’ve been fighting since 1999 for salaries and bonuses and continuing to get paid more, but now with the fan support and