• Anson Dorrance on the Women's World Cup, the USA's strengths and challenges, and the 'civil war' in girls soccer
    We check in with Anson Dorrance, who coached the USA to the title of the inaugural Women's World Cup in 1991.
  • Cup finals are rarely 'one for the neutrals'
    It's certainly a shame that two attractive sides filled with lucrative amounts of talent failed to put on the show that the global audience was hoping to see.
  • U.S. defender Chris Richards' Bayern Munich experience prepped him well for U-20 World Cup
    Alabama native Chris Richards is optimistic about the USA's chances against France.
  • Tom Sermanni, former USWNT, WUSA and NWSL coach, on taking New Zealand to the Women's World Cup on short notice
    Sermanni, who coached the USA in 2013-14, will coach the Football Ferns, who upset England, 1-0, in a warm-up game on Saturday.
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