Here is all you need to know about the 2019 Women's World Cup, including team previews, schedule, how to watch and latest news.
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It's clear that while the Americans won another World Cup, the rest of the universe is putting a dent in their soccer hegemony.
The USWNT is in the midst of changing the world, and Megan Rapinoe is leading the way with her unflappable conviction and uncanny ability to score.
The USWNT claimed its second straight World Cup and fourth overall after a 2-0 victory against the Netherlands.
Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle both scored in the second half to lead the U.S. women to their second straight World Cup title and fourth overall.
No one questions whether the USWNT is the heavy favorite to win the World Cup, but that doesn't mean the Netherlands aren't up for a fight.
Their team is legit. Their fans are passionate. The Dutch have a lot of reason to believe in themselves ahead of the Women's World Cup final.
As the USWNT continues to celebrate its latest World Cup win, we look ahead to what's in store for it and other 2019 alums for the 2023 edition.
Jackie Groenen scored in extra time to give the Netherlands a 1-0 win over Sweden at the Women's World Cup on Wednesday.
An unlikely hero. An unlikely team. The Netherlands should not be overlooked when it faces the USNWT in the World Cup final.
Netherlands became the third team to book their place in the Women's World Cup semifinals after beating Italy 2-0 in Valenciennes.
The Netherlands reached the women's World Cup quarterfinals for the first time when Lieke Martens's penalty earned them a 2-1 victory over Japan.
Which teams will reach the semifinals in France? Who will meet in the final? And which players should win the Golden Glove and Golden Ball?
The Dutch won all three games in the group stage of the World Cup, but they haven't reached their peak yet, and the front four must be better.
Netherlands maintained their perfect record at the Women's World Cup, beating Canada 2-1 to win Group E on Thursday.
Vivianne Miedema scored twice as the European champions beat Cameroon 3-1 on Saturday to reach the last 16 at the Women's World Cup.
The Netherlands had plenty of chances to score but had to wait for the 92nd minute to break the deadlock against a tough New Zealand defense.
Substitute Jill Roord headed home a stoppage-time winner as the Netherlands finally broke down New Zealand's defence to emerge with a 1-0 triumph.
Since the 2015 Women's World Cup, few teams have improved as much as the Netherlands.
The Matildas will enter the World Cup on their worst losing run in three years after a 3-0 thrashing by the Netherlands.