2019 women's world cup

A collection of 30 posts

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 21

June 30, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 21 by Lindsay Eanet

Netherlands 2-0 ItalyEurope is in the middle of a blistering heat wave, and after yesterday's fast-paced antics, the third hotly anticipated match of the quarterfinals moved a lot more slowly. Our heroes are hot and tired, and it's a lot harder to maintain your composure

Women's World Cup Notebook - Day 20

June 29, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook - Day 20 by Lindsay Eanet

USA 2-1 FranceLe Grand Match is over and we survived! The returning champions and the home team battled it out in front of an electric crowd at the Parc des Princes, and Megan Rapinoe further cemented herself as an American treasure, netting both the USWNT's

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 19

June 27, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 19 by Nicole Haase

England 3-0 NorwayI don't know about everyone else, but watching one game a day now is almost disappointing and it's hard to believe that after this weekend we'll be down to just three games. This one felt over with before it really even got started.

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 18

June 25, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 18 by Lindsay Eanet

Italy 2-0 ChinaWe're almost done with the round of 16! How's everyone feeling? Are you hydrated? Have you gotten enough rest? For our friends in France, are you dealing with the heat okay? It's weird to think of Italy as a Cinderella story in an

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 17

June 24, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 17 by Lindsay Eanet

USA 2-1 SpainWell, this certainly went differently than Jill Ellis probably expected. I hope we all learned a valuable lesson here about undervaluing your opponent and not starting Lindsey Horan and not using substitutions at potentially advantageous moments, Jill. Jenni Hermoso answered an early Megan

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 16

June 24, 2019

Women's World Cup Notebook: Day 16 by Nicole Haase

England 3-0 CameroonSo much happened in this game, much of which wasn't during the run of play and we're not sure that most of it even merits discussing here. That so many people are refusing to see the role of racism and colonialism in both