Olympics 2021: USWNT Faces Netherlands In Quarterfinals, Things To Know About Rematch Of 2019 World Cup FinalThe USWNT made it through the group stage but a matchup looms with a familiar foe, the Orange Lionesses, whom the U.S. beat to win the World Cup in 2019.
Olympics 2021: USWNT Vs. Australia, 5 Things Fans Should KnowOne match left for the Americans in the group stage and another familiar opponent stands in the way of a knockout stage berth.
Olympics 2021: USWNT Vs. New Zealand 5 Things To KnowAfter a stunning loss in their opener, the USWNT look to rebound against New Zealand in their second group match. Here's what you should know.
Olympics 2021: Sweden 'Hands Down' Biggest Threat To USWNT In Group StageCBSSports.com soccer writer and Attacking Third podcast host Sandra Herrera previews the USWNT heading into the Olympic soccer tournament.
Olympics 2021: How, When To Watch USWNT In Quest For Fifth Gold MedalThe USWNT is looking to avenge its fifth place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics when it takes the field in Tokyo in a few weeks.
Carli Lloyd, Tobin Heath Making 4th Olympic Appearance For USWNT, Julie Ertz Also Heading To TokyoThe U.S. will look to avenge it's early exit in the 2016 Games when the first match in Tokyo kicks off on July 21 against rival Sweden.
USWNT Star Carli Lloyd Pays Homage To Eagles With Goal Celebration At Lincoln Financial FieldThe USWNT is in town and Delran, New Jersey native Carli Lloyd put on a show for the home crowd.
'I Know That I Definitely Could Do It': USWNT Star Carli Lloyd Entertaining Idea Of NFL Kicking CareerIt didn't take long for NFL teams to come calling after USWNT star Carli Lloyd drilled a 55-yard field goal at Eagles' practice.
US Women's National Soccer Team Holding Free Public Practice At Lincoln Financial FieldThe practice will be held Aug. 28 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field.
US Women's National Soccer Team's Game At Lincoln Financial Field Sets Attendance RecordMore than 44,000 tickets have been sold.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Reignites Pleas For Equal Pay After World Cup WinIn March, 28 players on the team sued the United States Soccer Federation, claiming earning as little as 38% of what their males counterparts.