2011 Women's World Cup

Looking Back At The 2011 Women's World Cup, An All-Time Great International Tournament

The 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup was not only the best women's football tournament of all time, it stands up against any international football tournament, anywhere, ever.

Abby Wambach Is Destined For Greatness

Abby Wambach leads the USA attack into the World Cup Final. Wambach and the Americans were eliminated in the last two World Cups at the semifinal stage. Now, she seems destined to lead the USA to victory.

No Time For Celebration: How The United States Should Move Forward In The Women's World Cup

The United States pulled off a fantastic comeback win over Brazil on Sunday, but the game exposed the problems with the USWNT. Coach Pia Sundhage will need to make adjustments to convincingly defeat France.

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Football Across The Gender Divide

The Women's World Cup has been great entertainment so far. But what would co-ed football look like, and what would it mean for a sport that remains as traditional in its attitudes as the day it was born.

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