- Women's soccer fever grips England in historic World Cup run Updated: Jun-30-15 12:48 pm
MANCHESTER, England - The movie "Bend It Like Beckham" first got Kiera Burke interested in soccer. During the 2012 Olympics, she went to Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium to watch the women's teams from United States and Canada play a thrilling semifinal.
- Brad Davis scratched from US Gold Cup team; Garza added Updated: Jun-30-15 12:39 pm
CHICAGO - U.S. midfielder Brad Davis will miss the Gold Cup with a knee injury.
- Lloyd once nearly quit; the US team is sure glad she didn't Updated: Jun-28-15 4:17 pm
MONTREAL - Carli Lloyd's career is defined by big moments.
- Australia looks forward to a bright future Updated: Jun-28-15 2:20 am
EDMONTON, Alberta - What Australia's Alen Stajcic wouldn't give for his team to be like Japan one day.
- German midfielder's status unknown for World Cup semi vs USA Updated: Jun-27-15 3:14 pm
MONTREAL - Germany midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan has a hyperextended left ankle and the team is not certain if she will play in Tuesday's World Cup semifinal against the United States.
- US defeats China 1-0, plays Germany in World Cup semifinals Updated: Jun-27-15 12:56 am
OTTAWA, Ontario - Carli Lloyd finally was able to express her creativity on field.
- The artificial turf at the World Cup is still raising issues Updated: Jun-26-15 6:26 pm
OTTAWA, Ontario - The fields are heating up, there are little black rubber pellets everywhere, and feet are covered with blisters.
- FIFA issues warning to Wambach after officiating remarks Updated: Jun-25-15 10:33 pm
OTTAWA, Ontario - FIFA has issued a warning to U.S. forward Abby Wambach for comments she made about the officiating in a match against Colombia at the Women's World Cup.
- Paraguay revokes immunity for soccer headquarters Updated: Jun-25-15 4:05 pm
ASUNCION, Paraguay - Paraguay's president has signed a law repealing the immunity that the headquarters of South America's soccer confederation enjoyed for nearly two decades.
- Opposition: SAfrican soccer officials shielded from scrutiny Updated: Jun-25-15 2:14 am
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - South African soccer officials are being deliberately shielded from scrutiny over FIFA-related bribery allegations surrounding the country's successful 2010 World Cup bid, an opposition politician said Wednesday.
- US searching for offense heading into World Cup quarters Updated: Jun-24-15 5:33 pm
EDMONTON, Alberta - The United States is still looking for its offense at the Women's World Cup even though its stellar defense has it three wins from a title.
- Olympic-style opening ceremony set at Marshall soccer event Updated: Jun-24-15 3:09 am
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - An Olympic-style opening ceremony will be held at a youth soccer tournament featuring teams from 13 states at Marshall University.
- US-Colombia seen by 4.7 million on Fox Sports 1 Updated: Jun-23-15 5:19 pm
NEW YORK - The United States' second-round win over Colombia was the second-most-watched match of this Women's World Cup on U.S. television.
- Klinsmann picks 17 of 23 World Cup vets for Gold Cup Updated: Jun-23-15 4:12 pm
CHICAGO - The U.S. roster for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup will look a lot like the American team at last year's World Cup.
- Morgan, Lloyd score in 2-0 US victory over Colombia Updated: Jun-23-15 12:20 am
EDMONTON, Alberta - Now that Alex Morgan has a goal, she doesn't want to look back on the opportunities she's missed.
- Veteran Christine Sinclair helps lead Canada to quarterfinal Updated: Jun-22-15 6:48 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Christine Sinclair grabbed her water bottle and began spraying in triumph as the dejected Swiss walked off the field a few feet away.
- China advances with 1-0 victory over Cameroon Updated: Jun-20-15 11:11 pm
EDMONTON, Alberta - It was abundantly clear on both sides of the ball: China's defense is the reason the team is headed for the quarterfinals.
- Germany beats Sweden, China ousts Cameroon at WWCup Updated: Jun-20-15 10:06 pm
OTTAWA, Ontario - Germany provided a dominating reminder of why it is deserving of its favorite tag at the Women's World Cup by beating Sweden 4-1 on Saturday to progress to the quarterfinals.
- Former Seattle US attorney now represents FIFA amid scandal Updated: Jun-18-15 7:52 pm
SEATTLE - Former Seattle U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan is on the legal team representing FIFA amid its corruption scandal.
- US-Nigeria draws 3rd-largest Women's World Cup audience Updated: Jun-17-15 5:15 pm
NEW YORK - The TV audience for the U.S. team at the Women's World Cup keeps growing.
- Swiss bank named in FIFA indictment opens investigation Updated: Jun-17-15 8:48 am
ZURICH - Swiss private bank Julius Baer says it is investigating its involvement in a FIFA corruption case and is cooperating with authorities.
- Wambach's goal gives US a 1-0 win over Nigeria Updated: Jun-17-15 12:48 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Abby Wambach is used to scoring with her head. She's not sure how she got her latest goal.
- Alex Morgan in starting lineup for US against Nigeria Updated: Jun-16-15 7:42 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Forward Alex Morgan was in the starting lineup for the United States' match Tuesday against Nigeria at the Women's World Cup.
- Blatter not going to New Zealand for U20 World Cup final Updated: Jun-16-15 6:35 am
ZURICH - FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not go to New Zealand for the Under-20 World Cup final on Saturday.
- Leroux won't likely be booed this time Updated: Jun-16-15 4:41 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - U.S. forward Sydney Leroux was born in Canada and grew up in the suburbs of Vancouver. But because her father is American, at 14 she moved to Arizona in hopes of playing for the U.S. team.