- New York holding parade for champion US women's soccer team Updated: Jul-07-15 8:16 pm
NEW YORK - The confetti will be flying when the city holds a parade for the U.S. women's soccer team to celebrate its World Cup victory.
- Lauren Holiday plans to retire from US women's national team Updated: Jul-07-15 7:33 pm
LOS ANGELES - Midfielder Lauren Holiday says she plans to retire from the U.S. national team following its World Cup victory.
- US women begin home World Cup celebrations with LA fan rally Updated: Jul-07-15 6:20 pm
LOS ANGELES - Carli Lloyd looked out over the cheering mob of U.S. women's national team fans and raised an arm in triumph.
- Women's World Cup victors honored with rally in Los Angeles Updated: Jul-06-15 10:42 pm
LOS ANGELES - The Women's World Cup champions are back in the U.S. and will be honored with a rally in Los Angeles.
- Women's World Cup final seen by record 26.7 million in US Updated: Jul-06-15 5:48 pm
NEW YORK - The United States' win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final was the most viewed soccer game in the history of American television.
- US enjoys 1 final title celebration before leaving Canada Updated: Jul-06-15 5:33 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Megan Rapinoe strolled around taking selfies, occasionally sipping bubbly with her teammates and trying to balance the Women's World Cup championship trophy on her head.
- World Cup moments distanced women from FIFA scandal Updated: Jul-06-15 5:32 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - For a few moments over the past month, the Women's World Cup seemed to push aside the FIFA scandal that is simmering a half planet away.
- English FA apology for tweet about Women's World Cup team Updated: Jul-06-15 3:29 pm
LONDON - The English Football Association apologized for a tweet it subsequently deleted about its Women's World Cup team which prompted criticism across social media on Monday.
- World Cup champion Carli Lloyd eying return in 4 years Updated: Jul-06-15 3:22 pm
TRENTON, New Jersey - New Jersey native and World Cup champion Carli Lloyd says she thinks she will return to defend the United States' title in four years.
- City celebrates 3 Chicago players on US World Cup team Updated: Jul-06-15 10:00 am
CHICAGO - Three Chicago Red Stars players are on the U.S. women's soccer team that won the World Cup and the city is celebrating.
- Indiana celebrates US women's World Cup victory over Japan Updated: Jul-06-15 9:07 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Soccer fans in Indiana celebrated the U.S. women's soccer team winning the World Cup over Japan, with Indy Eleven celebrating while viewing their team's fall opener against the New York Cosmos.
- Carli Lloyd becomes Captain America for US women Updated: Jul-06-15 3:08 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - For a brief time Sunday night, Carli Lloyd's Wikipedia page listed her position as "President of the United States."
- Enveloped in controversy, Solo leaves as World Cup winner Updated: Jul-06-15 12:44 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Hope Solo walked out of BC Place on Sunday night with two pieces of coveted hardware and for the time being, more focus on her skill as a goalkeeper and less on her off-field travails.
- Japan emotional after World Cup loss Updated: Jul-06-15 12:32 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Japan clearly was not ready for Carli Lloyd.
- Keys to the US win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final Updated: Jul-05-15 11:53 pm
Keys to the United States' 5-2 win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final
- Abby Wambach's World Cup finale comes with coveted trophy Updated: Jul-05-15 11:39 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Abby Wambach lifted American coach Jill Ellis after the final whistle. She ran to the stands for a hug from her wife. And then along with Christie Rampone, she became the first American to lift the Women's World Cup championship trophy in 16 years.
- The Latest: Carli Lloyd wins Golden Ball as top player Updated: Jul-05-15 9:22 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The latest from the Women's World Cup final (all times local):
- FIFA executive Issa Hayatou to present World Cup trophy Updated: Jul-05-15 5:42 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - FIFA confirms that Senior Vice President Issa Hayatou will present the championship trophy at the Women's World Cup.
- Burlington holds watch party for US final match in World Cup Updated: Jul-05-15 9:28 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - The mayor and the city of Burlington are inviting soccer fans to cheer on the U.S. in its final match in the Women's World Cup.
- England beats Germany 1-0 in extra time to finish 3rd Updated: Jul-04-15 9:32 pm
EDMONTON, Alberta - Days after a gut-wrenching loss, England finished its deepest run in the Women's World Cup with an uplifting victory.
- As Women's World Cup draws to end, inequality remains Updated: Jul-04-15 7:44 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The most successful Women's World Cup concludes on Sunday when the United States and Japan take the field at BC Place.
- Ellis' college coach eager to watch US win World Cup final Updated: Jul-04-15 2:08 pm
William & Mary women's soccer coach John Daly laughs when asked if he sees any similarities in his coaching style and that of Jill Ellis, who is one victory from leading the United States to the Women's World Cup title.
- Aussie coach has advice for defending Japan Updated: Jul-04-15 11:05 am
EDMONTON, Alberta - Perhaps, Australia coach Alen Stajcic was on to something when he said, "We're not the Netherlands," in responding to question regarding how his team might defend against Japan in the quarterfinals.
- Africa's soccer strongman a candidate for FIFA president? Updated: Jul-04-15 4:57 am
DOUALA, Cameroon - The son of a sultan from northern Cameroon, Issa Hayatou has ruled African soccer for 27 years and counting, a decade longer than Sepp Blatter has been in charge of FIFA.
- Wambach says she just wants to win her last World Cup Updated: Jul-04-15 12:39 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia. - With the title match looming, Abby Wambach isn't mincing words.