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The United States beat Sweden 2-0 to win Group F in Le Havre at the Women's World Cup on Thursday night in Le Havre.
Alex Morgan took a big hit Thursday and left the game, but with a win over Sweden, the U.S. completed a clean sweep of the group stage.
The loss against Sweden in the 2016 Olympics did not sit well with the Americans. They have a chance to prove this is a very different team.
Will winning Group F hurt the USWNT's chances of another world crown? We break down the knockout scenarios ahead of Thursday's group finale.
Friends and family of the USWNT visited Omaha Beach and the Normandy American Cemetery on Tuesday. And they didn't have just any tour guide.
They were the team that changed it all for women's soccer -- and female athletes. Here are the golden memories of the heroes of '99.
Carli Lloyd responded to those criticizing USWNT World Cup celebrations by raising both hands chin high and making four tiny pitter-patter claps.
Coach Jill Ellis inserted Carli Lloyd into the starting lineup, and the veteran responded with two goals in the USWNT's 3-0 win over Chile.
While debate continues as to the sportsmanship of the U.S. beating Thailand 13-0, two of the players found common ground.
Lindsey Horan followed a unique path to get to where she is today, and it's paying off for the U.S. team at this year's Women's World Cup.
Thailand goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying endured a humiliating night conceding 13 goals to the U.S. but paid tribute to Carli Lloyd.