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US tops Oz in Women’s World Cup opener, Sapong and Williams earn PoTW honors, Union face Reading in friendly tonight, more
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US tops Oz in Women’s World Cup opener, Sapong and Williams earn PoTW honors, Union face Reading in friendly tonight, more

US powers through shaky start for 3-1 win over Australia. Sapong and Williams receive Player of the Week honors. Union face Reading tonight in annual friendly. FIFA news. More.

Women’s World Cup: USWNT 3-1 Australia
USWNT / Women's World Cup

Women’s World Cup: USWNT 3-1 Australia

Megan Rapinoe scored twice and Hope Solo was at her best as the US edged Australia to open their World Cup Campaign.

Analysis and player ratings: Union 1-2 NYCFC
Player ratings

Analysis and player ratings: Union 1-2 NYCFC

The Union were too quick to accept what NYCFC was giving them and failed to make the most of a match in which they should have claimed three points.

In Pictures: Union 1-2 NYCFC
Photo essays

In Pictures: Union 1-2 NYCFC

PSP photographer Daniel Gajdamowicz shares his look at the Union’s 2-1 loss to NYCFC.

US begins WWC play tonight, recaps and reaction to Union’s loss, more league, NT, and FIFA news
Daily news roundups

US begins WWC play tonight, recaps and reaction to Union’s loss, more league, NT, and FIFA news

US begins play in Women’s World Cup tonight against Australia. Recaps and reaction to Union defeat. League and national team results. More FIFA news.

Postgame video and quote sheet: Union 1-2 NYCFC
Postgame

Postgame video and quote sheet: Union 1-2 NYCFC

Mike and Eli’s postgame wrap. Jim Curtin’s postgame press conference. Interviews with Richie Marquez, Sheanon Williams and Zach Pfeffer. Quote sheet.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 New York City FC
Match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 New York City FC

CJ Sapong scored his fourth goal of the season, but a late Patrick Mullins goal gave NYCFC all three points in Philadelphia.

Recap: The Netherlands 3–4 USMNT
USMNT

Recap: The Netherlands 3–4 USMNT

On an historic night in Amsterdam, in a game in which both teams could have scored five or six or more goals—and combined for five goals in the second half—the US beat the Netherlands for the first time ever, 4–3.