With the quarterfinals concluded, we look ahead to the semifinals of the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Here are the superstars to look for, the stories to follow and all the details on how to watch.
The United States had three match points in its World Cup clash with Sweden on Sunday. It couldn't capitalize on any of them.
Today's Women's World Cup matches: Australia vs. Ireland, New Zealand vs. Norway. Here are the superstars to watch for, the stories to follow and all the details on how to watch.
The United States will be playing for an unprecedented three-peat at the Women’s World Cup. It won’t be easy for the No. 1 team in the world.
We asked our panel of FOX Sports soccer experts to predict which team has the best chance at spoiling things for the USWNT. Here's what they had to say:
Dutch forward Vivianne Miedema and England’s Leah Williamson are among the stars of women's soccer who won’t be playing in the World Cup.
Rapinoe announced last weekend that she will retire from competitive soccer at the end of the current season.
To win a World Cup, a nation will have to play eight games, up from the seven in place since 1974.
Argentinians in the Bay Area could hardly contain their excitement when soccer icon Lionel Messi led team Argentina to victory over France in the World Cup with penalty kicks.
The Argentina superstar is finally a World Cup champion.
The United States, Mexico and Canada will stage soccer’s biggest event in less than 3½ years.
Mbappé's hat trick in the final catapulted him to Golden Boot status -- the top goal scorer of the tournament.
FIFA has a prize fund of $440 million to give out, with Sunday's champion slated to take home $42 million.
France and Kylian Mbappé are headed back to the World Cup final for a much-anticipated matchup with Lionel Messi after ending Morocco’s historic run at soccer’s biggest tournament.
Sports writer Grant Wahl’s wife has revealed what led to his death while he was covering the World Cup last week.
Morocco has never before been to a World Cup semifinal.
France is on course to become the first team since Brazil in 1962 to win back-to-back World Cups.
The video shows the mother and son adorably holding hands, dancing in circles and in front of the crowd.
Grant Wahl, one of the most respected soccer writers in America, died after collapsing at the World Cup.
Grant Wahl was 'working on his story on his laptop' at Qatar's Lusail Stadium during a quarterfinal World Cup game before he collapsed.