2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
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11hJeff Carlisle

Legal fees drive $5.5M rise in USSF 2020 deficit

U.S. Soccer's projected 2020 deficit is set to grow $5.5 million due mostly to expenditures of $9m on legal fees devoted to various lawsuits.

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3dJonathan Johnson

Rapinoe urges Messi, Ronaldo to fight inequality

Megan Rapinoe believes superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic should do more to tackle racism and sexism.

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5dReuters

USWNT's Rapinoe wins Women's Ballon d'Or

United States midfielder Megan Rapinoe won the women's Ballon d'Or award on Monday after helping her country to retain the World Cup in France.

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23dReuters

Rapinoe wants investment in women's soccer

Megan Rapinoe has said she hopes for more investment in the women's domestic league and better pay for club players as well as the national sides.

USWNT put 6 past Costa Rica in friendly (1:49)
26d
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29dGraham Hays

Judge rules USWNT suit qualifies as class action

A motion was granted for class certification in the gender discrimination lawsuit between members of the U.S. women's national team and the USSF.

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29dESPN

Rapinoe wants 'super extreme' racism action

United States national team co-captain Megan Rapinoe has said players who are not incensed by racism are "part of the problem."

Carli Lloyd scores twice to lead USWNT past Sweden (1:31)
29d
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37dGraham Hays

USWNT has 3 first-timers on new coach's roster

With Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan unavailable, new coach Vlatko Andonovski selected 24 players for games against Sweden and Costa Rica.

Andonovski: Jill Ellis raised the standard for the USWNT (1:55)
40d
Courage dismantle Red Stars to repeat as NWSL champions (1:26)
41d

RankingsFIFA Women's World Cup

Goal Difference231st
Goals Scored261st
Assists191st
Goals Conceded3Tied-2nd