The USWNT squares off against France on Friday, looking to make its eighth-straight World Cup semifinal appearance. Should U.S. fans be worried about France’s recent success against the Americans? That, plus a look at the other quarterfinal matchups in today's World Cup Daily.
The Women's World Cup group stage wraps up on Thursday as the USWNT looks to beat Sweden. But before the game, learn about how 13-year-old Olivia Moultrie is already changing the future of American soccer.
Argentina is looking for its first win of the Women's World Cup today, in hopes of advancing to the knockout stage. It’s doing so after only announcing it would pay players in its domestic league a few months ago.
Norway is trying to advance to the Women's World Cup knockout stage without its best player. Why is Ada Hegerberg, the world's best player, sitting out of the tournament? The answer in today's World Cup Daily.
As the FIFA Women's World Cup enters its second weekend, we take a look at some of the stadiums that are being used in this year’s tournament and wonder why France’s largest football venue is not being used.
Every day during the tournament, SI will be bringing you the latest involving stories that go beyond the pitch. As France gets set to play its second game of the Group Stage, we tell the story behind the logo for this year’s tournament and examine how World Cup logos have changed over the years.
Every day throughout the tournament, SI will be bringing you the latest involving stories that go beyond the pitch.
As the USWNT gets set to play its Women's World Cup opener, we give you a brief look back at the U.S.’s 1991 World Cup title run in the first-ever WWC.
Every day throughout the World Cup, SI will be bringing you the latest involving stories that go beyond the pitch. Today, we take a look at why for so many countries banned women from playing professional soccer for decades on end.