The US Women's National Team is doing what every team wants to do these days, win the World Cup! After a very tough group of games against good competition, I believe they have a very good chance to do it. So, I've written a little article to start us thinking like the rest of the world and maybe inspire some of you who are very passionate about the sport to join us in backing this amazing team!
As a fan of the US women's soccer team, I was so happy to see them winning their first ever World Cup game. It makes me think that if the US women's soccer team worked harder, they would definitely go deep in the tournament and win it! Now they need to win against Germany in another round of qualifying. But, I know it won't be easy, they play very tough opponents and have a quality coach in Pia Sundhage. But I'm sure if we keep pushing, they will give it their all against Germany. The other game they will face might not be as tough as the first one, but it will still be a tough challenge.
For those of you who do not know much about US women's soccer, let me start by giving you a little history about the team. Our country has a rich soccer tradition, so it is no surprise that the US women's soccer team is so passionate. I was really very surprised to see the support for this team amongst the fans, which is very impressive. I also love how soccer has become a part of our culture here in the United States. Soccer games are not only watch on TV anymore, people can even download live soccer games to their smart phones so they can follow their favorite team.
Our team has a lot of great female players, but we have a couple of huge stars among them. One of my favorites is goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris. She is extremely athletic and strong, and has a great attitude. Ash is from Dallas, Texas, and is now playing for the Boston Breakers in the W Soccer League. She is a starter, but looks at her role as a backup to Hope Solo.
Another great player on our team is Ali Krieger. She is from New York and is currently playing for the University of Maryland. She is one of the best attacking players in the NCAA, and is very exciting on the field! She is a senior, so you have to think she will be one of the main players for the US women's soccer team in the future.
We have some amazing female players and some of the best coaches in the country. We are definitely a team to beat in any game. Now that you know a little more about US women's soccer, go out and support us on the field. We are going to win this thing!
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Amy Wambach was born in Southern California. She played the defensive midfield during her years at Pepperdine University, where she also began a dance career. After college she joined the US National Team, which went on to represent the United States in the 1996 Olympics. Later in her career she played for several different ...
The National Women's Soccer League, commonly abbreviated as the W Soccer league, is an amateur women's soccer league governed by its teams, and in some cases with a partial management agreement with the United States Soccer Federation. At the higher level of the US league system, it constitutes the highest level of soccer in ...