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Women’s World Cup one year later: Cameroon

Women’s World Cup one year later: Cameroon

Kila Kehlabvem June 25, 2016 0

The Lionesses, as the Cameroon national team is called, did not sell for more than a franc prior to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. They were a little-known team from the Congo Basin.

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Rampone, now 41, says USWNT career likely over

Rampone, now 41, says USWNT career likely over

The Equalizer Staff June 24, 2016 7

Christie Rampone turns 41 years old on Friday, a birthday which up until recently looked like it could come with the feat of becoming the oldest Olympic soccer player ever. But last month, Rampone withdrew

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Swiss rise; Top 10 unchanged in FIFA rankings

Swiss rise; Top 10 unchanged in FIFA rankings

The Equalizer Staff June 24, 2016 27

The first 10 positions of the FIFA Women’s World Ranking went unchanged in the latest edition released on Friday, with the United States still at No. 1 following a triumph at the 2015 World

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Rapinoe, Lloyd return to USWNT training camp

Rapinoe, Lloyd return to USWNT training camp

The Equalizer Staff June 23, 2016 283

The United States women’s national team received good news some six weeks aheado the Rio 2016 Olympics with the return of Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe. Both Lloyd and Rapinoe have been sidelined with

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US to play Costa Rica in Olympic send-off on July 22

US to play Costa Rica in Olympic send-off on July 22

The Equalizer Staff June 14, 2016 455

The United States women’s national team will play its Olympic send-off match against Costa Rica on July 22 at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, and by then, U.S. coach Jill Ellis says she

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The most exciting women’s soccer games ever

The most exciting women’s soccer games ever

The Equalizer Staff June 10, 2016 17

Soccer has been spreading steadily across the globe for the past century or so, but perhaps no sector has experienced quicker growth than the women’s game recently. This increased interest and better global competition

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England women bizarrely qualify for Euro 2017

England women bizarrely qualify for Euro 2017

The Equalizer Staff June 9, 2016 22

England’s national women’s soccer team, the Lionesses, have qualified for Euro 2017 — and they found out in the airport. On Wednesday, an administrative error emerged meaning that that England’s 7-0 win against Serbia on

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PHOTOS: U.S. women defeat Japan, 2-0

PHOTOS: U.S. women defeat Japan, 2-0

The Equalizer Staff June 6, 2016 19

The United States women’s national team defeated Japan, 2-0 on Sunday in Cleveland, Ohio, in a weather-shortened match. Julie Johnston and Alex Morgan scored for the U.S., which we detailed here. And U.S. coach

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USWNT Things Learned: Ellis’ lineup seems to be set

USWNT Things Learned: Ellis’ lineup seems to be set

Ray Curren June 6, 2016 890

It will be 59 days between the U.S. national team’s 2-0 win over Japan Sunday and its Olympic opener in Belo Horizonte, Brazil against New Zealand. That seems like a decent amount of time,

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Morgan, Johnston lift U.S. past Japan in rematch

Morgan, Johnston lift U.S. past Japan in rematch

The Equalizer Staff June 5, 2016 507

Lightning didn’t strike twice on Sunday for the U.S. women’s national team after a bizarre 3-3 draw with Japan on Thursday, but once was enough to halt the rematch in the 76th minute. Julie

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