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Silver Anniversary Season for Coach Becky Burleigh and Gators Soccer Begins This Weekend

Coach Becky Burleigh stunned the soccer community in 1995 when she arrived at the University of Florida to coach its brand new soccer program. Burleigh has accumulated 414 wins, 112 loses and only 36 ties in her 25-year spell as Florida soccer’s only head coach. Gators soccer will open up …

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United States Women’s Soccer Team Savor World Cup Victory

The United States women’s national soccer team is still celebrating its 2-0 win over the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday to successfully retain the Women’s World Cup title, and they set many records along the way. Dominant Individual Performances The squad that conquered France is arguably the best U.S. national team …

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The USWNT Reaches Third Consecutive FIFA Women’s World Cup Final

The United States National Women’s Team has reached the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final for the third consecutive time. The Americans aim to be the first team to win the competition in back-to-back years. Starting Lineups Both, Jill Ellis and Phil Neville decided to switch things up before meeting …

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U.S. Faces England in Semifinals

England, U.S.

What was once a tournament of 24, the Women’s World Cup is down to four remaining teams. England and the U.S. play at 3 p.m. in what will likely decided the Golden Boot for the tournament. Goal-Scorers Galore The top-three goal-scorers of the competition will take part in this game. …

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Norway Faces England in Replay of 2015 WWC Round of 16

England, Norway

Today, at 3 p.m., the quarterfinals of the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France kicks off. Norway and England will face each other, just as they did in 2015. In Canada, England got the better of Norway, coming back from a goal down to win 2-1. https://twitter.com/FIFAMuseum/status/1144227359219953665 England’s Path to …

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Martens Carries Netherlands to Quarterfinals Over Japan

Lieke Martens, Netherlands, Japan

The Netherlands and Japan faced off for a chance at a spot in the quarterfinals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Tuesday afternoon. Lieke Martens, who had largely been quiet for the Dutch, struck twice to help the Netherlands advance into the next round of play. Starting Lineups Here …

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USA Defeats Spain in Unconvincing Fashion to Advance in World Cup

The USWNT beat Spain 2-1 thanks to two Megan Rapinoe penalty kicks to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Monday. World Cup Title Defense Continues The US is advancing to the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the eighth consecutive time, dating back to …

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USWNT Faces Spain in Round of 16

The United States Women’s National Team continue to defend their title in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. After three games without conceding a single goal, they’ll clash with Spain in the knockout round on Monday. The American Dream After winning the tournament in 2015, the No. 1-ranked United States came …

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VAR Helps England Past Cameroon

VAR, England, Cameroon

As was expected, England got the better of Cameroon in their Round of 16 matchup. England won the game 3-0, but the scoreline flattered the Lionesses. As has been the case for much of the tournament, VAR played a major role in this game. England Start Quickly England’s first goal …

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England Face Underdogs Cameroon in Round of 16

In the first phase of the knockout rounds, England’s Lionesses will face the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon. While their nickname may suggest one thing, Cameroon come into the clash as heavy underdogs. Starting Lineups Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton and Jill Scott remain in the starting lineup for England. Cameroon move …

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