Women’s World Cup
The Japanese women’s soccer team outkicked the U.S. in the penalty-kick shootout finale to take the Women’s World Cup Sunday. John told the KCBS morning crew it was an exciting finish, especially for viewers who don’t follow soccer.
Bay Area soccer fans braved wind, fog and mist Wednesday in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza to watch the women’s World Cup semifinals.
The United States is in the World Cup final for the first time since 1999, and once again, it was Abby Wambach, along with former Cal star forward Alex Morgan, coming up big in a 3-1 victory over France.
San Francisco Recreation and Parks, with sponsorship from Visa, presents three big-screen broadcasts of the Women’s World Cup at Civic Center Plaza in July.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (CBS / AP) — The United States team, which includes Cal’s Alex Morgan, claimed the last spot in the 2011 women’s World Cup soccer tournament when they defeated Italy 1-0 on Saturday. A […]
California forward Alex Morgan, whose late goal against China last week helped preserve the U.S. women’s nearly six-year unbeaten streak at home, is the only college player on the roster for the World Cup qualifying tournament later this month.