2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
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10dGraham Hays

What's next for the USWNT?

As Jill Ellis' era comes to a close with the USWNT, Vlatko Andonovski and Laura Harvey are front-runners to take over as the next coach.

USWNT draw Jill Ellis' final game in charge (1:18)
11d
Ellis: There's a shelf life to this job and that's healthy (0:59)
12d
Rapinoe: Next USWNT coach has big shoes to fill (0:47)
13d
Long, Pugh shine in USWNT's win vs. South Korea (1:16)
13d
Ellis: 2019 World Cup took program to 'a whole other level' (0:46)
14d
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17dJoey Lynch

Sources: Arsenal won't let coach talk to USWNT

The search for the next boss of the USWNT has hit a roadblock, with the USSF hampered in its attempts to interview Arsenal's Joe Montemurro.

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24dESPN

USWNT star Rapinoe takes FIFA's The Best prize

United States national team star Megan Rapinoe claimed FIFA's The Best award, given to the top women's player, at a ceremony in Milan on Monday.

Lloyd: I want to keep playing until my body can't go anymore (1:59)
43d
Lloyd lifts USWNT with double against Portugal (1:42)
43d
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43dAssociated Press

USWNT cruise as manager Ellis ties victory mark

Carli Lloyd scored twice in first half at the United States beat Portugal 2-0 in an international friendly on Tuesday in Saint Paul, Minn.

Carli Lloyd cools NFL kicker talk for now (0:47)
44d
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49dAssociated Press

Lloyd, U.S. breeze past Portugal in Philly

Carli Lloyd had a goal and an assist in front of her hometown fans as the U.S. women continued its post-World Cup tour with a 4-0 win over Portugal.

RankingsFIFA Women's World Cup

Goal Difference231st
Goals Scored261st
Assists191st
Goals Conceded3Tied-2nd