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Women's World Cup '23: Australia-New Zealand bid to learn fate on June 25

In her acceptance speech for Best Female Athlete, Alex Morgan sends a message about teamwork and rallies for the rights of female athletes.
Julie Foudy discusses a judge ruling against the USWNT in favor of US soccer in equal pay lawsuit.
Two-time World Cup winner Carli Lloyd selects the best attributes from her teammates to create an ideal player.
USWNT star Carli Lloyd joins Herculez Gomez to reminisce on the 1999 World Cup and how it impacted her career.
New USWNT coach Vlatko Andonovski addresses the pressure of coaching the two-time reigning World Cup winners.
Megan Rapinoe sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN and discusses the impact Donald Trump's tweets had on the USWNT at the World Cup.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN, Megan Rapinoe jokes about running for president and discusses the responsibility she feels to inspire change.
Megan Rapinoe uses the platform of the USWNT's World Cup winning celebrations to call for unity and less contention in society.

The 2023 Women's World Cup host will be picked by FIFA's ruling council on June 25.

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The contest is between Brazil, Japan, Colombia and a joint bid from Australia and New Zealand.

In an open vote of the 37-member FIFA Council, the result of each round of balloting and each voter's choice will be made public.

FIFA inspection teams visited the four bid candidates in January and...

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Brazil women claim gold at Pan American Games after Colombia win

The Brazilian side came out on top in Toronto.

The Brazil women's team won the gold medal at the Pan American Games on Saturday, after defeating Colombia 4-0.

Veteran striker Formiga set Brazil on their way with a seventh minute goal as she headed home a free kick.

The score remained 1-0 until after half-time while Colombia goalkeeper Paula Forero had to be substituted after a collision with her own defender. 

Brazil then took advantage in the second half and Maurine Dorneles, Andressa and Fabiana all struck in the final...

United States beat 10-player Colombia 2-0 to advance to quarterfinals

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The United States advanced to the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup, beating 10-player Colombia 2-0 on Monday night in Edmonton.

Alex Morgan got the U.S. on the board early in the second half beating Colombia backup goalkeeper Stefany Castano at the near post to give her team the lead. Carli Lloyd added another goal from the penalty spot to effectively put the match away in the 65th minute.

Less than two minutes into the second half, Colombia's starting keeper Catalina Perez took Morgan down...

Carney, Williams fuel England past Colombia, into knockout round

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England's Karen Carney started the scoring in the 15th minute.

Karen Carney and Fara Williams scored first-half goals, and England beat Colombia 2-1 in Montreal on Wednesday to reach the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup.

The Lionesses (2-1) finished second to France in Group F on goal difference and will play Norway on Monday in the round of 16.

Colombia (1-1-1) already had clinched a second-round berth; their opponent has not been determined.

Carney scored in the 15th minute with a left-footed shot through the legs of goalkeeper Sandra Sepulveda, who...

Mexico settles for draw with Colombia after late goal ruled out for foul

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Daniela Montoya's booming goal from outside the penalty box in the 82nd minute helped Colombia recover for a 1-1 draw against Mexico in the women's World Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick, on Tuesday.

The late draw keeps both countries in search of their first World Cup victories.

Veronica Perez put Mexico up 1-0 in the 35th minute, turning after a corner kick and firing a right-footed shot that Colombian goalkeeper Castano Cardoso Derly Stefany was unable to keep from just crossing the line.

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