Taking a historic step, Sports Illustrated is celebrating the World Cup-winning team’s spectacular tournament run with a remarkable 25 different covers. The second goal never came, and Norse midfielder Maren Mjelde made them pay, nabbing the equalizer with a beautiful free kick after the jump. But the biggest talking point of the night — goals or a wasteful Germany aside — why is Germany wearing red and Norway white?
Last week, FIFA announced the location of the women’s 2015 World Cup final in Vancouver, Canada.
This is the first time a championship game will ever be played on turf and the members and fans of the USWNT are in an uproar on Twitter. Wambach, the ringleader of the Twitter protest, believes turf changes the nature of the game.  Not only are players more injury-prone on turf, but they lose their consistency changing from grass to turf.
I think we need to start petitioning FIFA to not let games be played on Field turf for the World Cup.
Other players, both current and former, have backed Wambach in her efforts to sort the issue. The battle for grass in the women’s 2015 World Cup is just under way but there is plenty of time to pull out the victory.  One thing is for sure, these women are not going down without a fight.
Congratulations to Abby Wambach who was named the 2011 AP Female Athlete of the Year today. The 31-year old forward won the award easily, recieving 65 of the 214 votes cast by members of the Associated Press.


Wambach is the first individual soccer player (man or woman) to win one of the AP’s annual athlete awards, which began in 1931.
Japan won the Women’s World Cup 2011 with a stunning, come-from-behind win on penalty kicks. Wambach, 31, had said she considered her long and glorious career — she's an Olympic gold medalist and the third-leading goal-scorer in U.S. Japan's Homare Sawa (center) celebrates scoring her side's second goal during the final match between Japan and the United States at the World Cup 2011. Japan's midfielder Homare Sawa scores the go-ahead goal against Sweden in their Women's World Cup semifinal match and Japan will play U.S. Each of the 23 members of the team will be honored individually, with additional covers of head coach Jill Ellis and a team photo rounding up the 25.
Germany looked to be cruising to another big defeat on Thursday, dominating the early stretches of its second group game against Norway.
The victory comes barely four months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the nation. It was the most gut-wrenching, most emotional and most dramatic final in the history of the Women's World Cup. She is the best player because of already scoring four goals from midfield in five games for Japan in the 2011 World Cup tournament. He likes collecting photographs of celebrities, posting breaking news and writing articles to comment on outstanding events in the field of entertainment.
Anja Mittag put them up 1-0 in just the fourth minute, and the Germans pressed on, bombarding the Norway goal.


Place Stadium contains 55,000 seats and a retractable roof that will help maximize the amount of fans that come to the game.
It produced the most surprising, most gloriously happy and most deserving world champion women's soccer has yet seen.
From the Brandi Chastain-highlighted 1999 final to last week's comeback win over Brazil, the United States had never missed in a penalty kick shootout at the World Cup.
She came into the World Cup with just one all year and then missed on numerous chances in the first two games.
Moreover, the Japan’s captain Sawa is a powerhouse in midfield who provides for their side leadership, experience and goals. While this may seem like a smart choice by FIFA, there is only one problem: the field is artificial turf. That all changed Sunday night in Frankfurt, Germany, as the United States missed its first three penalties in the shootout, falling to surprise winners Japan 3-1 on penalty kicks in the final of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011.



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