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USWNT continue World Cup dominance in win over Chile

Carli Lloyd made it six straight World Cup games with a goal, Julie Ertz also scored in 3-0 win

Women’s World Cup: How to watch United States vs Chile, reading material and more

The Stars and Stripes are back in action today at noon

New dad, new team: Philadelphia Lone Star Women head coach juggling responsibilities

Charlie Flowe was announced as the head coach of Philadelphia Lone Star’s WPSL team a week before the birth of his first child

United States makes a statement with 13-0 win over Thailand to open Women’s World Cup

Alex Morgan had five goals to lead Team USA to a lopsided win to open the defense of their World Cup title

Women’s World Cup: How and where to watch United States vs Thailand, reading material and more

The USWNT begin their World Cup defense today at 3 p.m.

Philadelphia Lone Star Women host first ever home games amidst start of World Cup fever

Lone Star will play their first ever WPSL home games on Saturday and Sunday at the South Philadelphia Super Site

Women’s World Cup Day 1: Game thread, reading material and how to watch

Host France kicks off the 2019 World Cup against South Korea at 3 p.m.

Where to watch the Women’s World Cup in and around Philadelphia

The USWNT begins their defense of their 2015 title on June 11, but the tournament starts this Friday

Villanova women win Soccer Six tournament

The hosts tied Penn on points but won the head-to-head tiebreaker to claim the trophy for the first time

Villanova women’s team hosting four Philly rivals for series of exhibition games

Five D1 women’s teams from Philly will square off in games at Villanova on Saturday starting at 8:30 a.m.

Two players with ties to the Philadelphia area selected in NWSL draft

Mount Laurel, N.J. native Kenie Wright and Penn Fusion WPSL alum Kaylan Marckese were both fourth round picks by Sky Blue FC

Messiah standouts awarded national player of the year in men’s and women’s soccer

Nick West and DJ Cole were each named DIII National Player of the Year by the United Soccer Coaches