U.S. WOMENS NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM
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U.S. Womens National Soccer Team Tickets
Head Coach: Vlatko Andonovski
Rivals: Canada, Japan
All-Time Greats: Abby Wambach, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Hope Solo, Michelle Akers, Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan
US Women’s National Soccer Team TicketsThe US Women’s National Soccer team is currently the dominant soccer team in the world. On July 7, 2019, the US women’s team defeated the Netherlands, 2-0, in the Women’s World Cup final to lift that trophy for a record-extending fourth time. That match was watched by 16 million people in the United States. Although that Women’s World Cup was played in France, the US women’s national soccer team plays on American soil several times throughout the year, providing ample opportunities to catch them live. You’ll also be joined by many others as crowd sizes for its home matches in 2019 ranged from 12,914 to 49,504, the latter a record crowd for a US friendly. If you’d like to catch this team live, grab your red, white and blue gear and make your way to the stadium. First, get your US Women’s National Soccer team tickets at StubHub.
Where does the US Women’s National Soccer Team play its home matches?The US Women’s National Soccer Team ensures that fans throughout the country can watch them play. In 2019, the squad played in front of ticket holders in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Florida, Colorado, California, Missouri, New Jersey, Minnesota, North Carolina, Illinois and Ohio.
What competitions does the US women’s national soccer team take part in?The US Women’s National Soccer Team mainly focuses on the Women’s World Cup and the Olympics. The former is played every four years with the 2023 edition taking place in July and August of that year. The host(s) will be announced in June 2020. The Olympics are also held every four years. The 2020 women’s soccer competition is scheduled for July 22-Aug. 7 in Japan. The team does need to qualify for these events, but they generally do so with ease. In fact, the US Women’s National Soccer Team has advanced to the Women’s World Cup semifinals in every edition of the competition since its inception in 1991.
How often does the US Women’s National Soccer Team play?From 2015-19, the US women’s national soccer played 16-26 matches per year with more taking place in the Women’s World Cup years of 2015 and 2019 (26 and 24) and the Olympics year of 2016.
Who are the US Women’s National Soccer Team’s rivals?The US Women’s National Soccer Team has rivalries with Canada and Japan. A fascinating battle between the US and Canada in an Olympic semifinal in 2012 has been described as one of the best games in the sport’s history. The US’ four goals were enough to overcome Canada’s Christine Sinclair’s hat trick. The team’s rivalry with Japan reached an apex when the Japanese side defeated the US in the 2011 Women’s World Cup final and the US gained measures of revenge with victories in the final at the 2012 Olympics and 2015 Women’s World Cup.
Who are some of the best players in US Women’s National Soccer Team history?It’s difficult to narrow down a list of all-time greats for this storied team, but few would leave out Abby Wambach, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Hope Solo, Michelle Akers, Carli Lloyd or Alex Morgan. Wambach and Hamm had previously held the world record for goals scored. Lilly has more caps for her national team than any player in the world: 354. Solo has more appearances for her national team than any goalkeeper in world history: 202. Akers, who retired in 2000, was often referred to as a "warrior." Lloyd and Morgan are a couple of the stars on the current squad. Lloyd had a memorable hat trick in the 2015 Women’s World Cup final while Morgan’s highlights include scoring the match-winner in that epic Olympic semifinal with Canada in 2012.
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