Megan Rapinoe said her decision to announce her retirement before the Women's World Cup will help the U.S. team better focus on its attempt to win a third straight world championship.
Eight months out from a home Women's World Cup, a boot to the face turned into six months on the sidelines for Matildas goalkeeper Teagan Micah.
The KNVB has removed a training video of the women's national team from its social media account after claims the squad were mocking the haka.
Trying to limit yourself to a list of 10 players who won't star at the Women's World Cup is impossible; here's our definitive guide.
Here's the complete list of 2023 Women's World Cup rosters as the tournament starts July 20 and runs through August 20 in Australia and New Zealand.
Here's your USWNT player guide! From Alex Morgan to Megan Rapinoe, get to know everyone on the Women's World Cup roster on and off the field.
Mia Hamm and her USWNT teammates tell ESPN what it was like when Hamm had to step in as goalkeeper during the 1995 Women's World Cup.
The ninth edition of the Women's World Cup starts on July 20 in Australia and New Zealand. Here's everything you need to know about this historic tournament.
United States women's national team forward Trinity Rodman said the reigning world champions expect to win the World Cup this summer.
Canada national team captain Christine Sinclair will travel to her sixth Women's World Cup as she leads the Olympic gold medalists squad named on Sunday.
Filipinas coach Alen Stajcic hopes the past year-and-a-half has helped his side close the gap with the opposition they will face in their FIFA Women's World Cup debut.
Hours after Megan Rapinoe announced she'll retire after the World Cup, her USWNT teammates reacted with an outpouring of emotion for the veteran.
The USWNT has one final friendly before leaving for the World Cup. What does it need to get done before boarding the plane to New Zealand?
France's Amandine Henry will miss the Women's World Cup due to a calf injury, the French Football Federation said on Friday.
The U.S. women's national team has made strides in becoming more inclusive, and the diverse squad heading to the World Cup is only the beginning.
U.S. midfielder Lindsey Horan and forward Alex Morgan were named as co-captains of the team that will begin its quest for a third consecutive Women's World Cup title in two weeks.
All African teams will head into the Women's World Cup as underdogs, but Nigeria have twice made the knockout rounds and will be out to prove they are still Africa's dominant force.
Indigenous flags of Australia and New Zealand will be flown at all Women's World Cup games, after FIFA approved a request from Australia and New Zealand football organisations.
Before Alex Morgan, Crystal Dunn, Kate Markgraf and Joy Fawcett were USWNT moms, there was Joan Dunlap, the trailblazer who changed what was possible.
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