From America's highs to defending champion Spain's lows, Julie Foudy sinks her teeth into the top moments at the 2014 World Cup as the tournament wraps up in Brazil.
Don't tell Americans we can't win. Now, with a whole nation chanting "I believe" behind them, the U.S. men actually believe they can beat Belgium and move on in the World Cup.
With an American coach who was born in Germany and a melting-pot roster of stars, the U.S. team that will run onto the field Thursday epitomizes the wonderful diversity of the World Cup.
Soccer is embedded in Brazilian culture, but the opportunities for girls to play are minimal. It's time the beautiful game is for boys and girls alike.
With just a year before the 2015 Women's World Cup -- and the U.S. women on their second head coach since early 2013 -- Jill Ellis knows the pressure is on and discusses her plans in a Q&A with Julie Foudy.
Fifteen years have passed since the U.S. women last won a World Cup. New national team head coach Jill Ellis has what it takes to end that streak, writes Julie Foudy.
To survive, the NWSL needs more than just the wild success of the Portland franchise, Julie Foudy says, but with the support of U.S. Soccer, she sees a chance for the league to find stability.
Tom Sermanni's dismissal from the U.S. women's national team was a shocking one. So, why did it happen, and happen now? Who will replace him? Julie Foudy weighs in.
Crazy Norwegian outfits! Fanatical Dutch fans! Babushkas! These are just a few of the things Julie Foudy already loves about Sochi.
When Julie Foudy saw all of Hannah Kearney's reaction to taking home bronze instead of gold in the Olympic moguls event in Sochi, she could completely relate to the her raw and honest emotion.
Julie Foudy knows the nerves, adrenaline and competitiveness that every Olympian experiences. Here are her tips for athletes as they head into the Sochi Games.
Nostalgia leads to brilliance! Julie Foudy crams her kids, their bikes and a whole lot of gadgets into the family car for a glorious, 10-hour road trip to Lake Tahoe.
Julie Foudy and Brandi Chastain travel to Brazil through the U.S. State Department's SportsUnited to encourage girls to play soccer and to convince the country to support their dreams.
As her children start playing sports, Julie Foudy's Mother's Day wish is to give them the balanced, loving support she got from her parents.
Saturday's launch of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) brings one question to the lips of many: Will the third version of a women's professional soccer league be the charm?
Julie Foudy discusses her involvement in the Nine for IX series and says scouring over 1999 World Cup footage reminded her of how much fun the U.S. team had en route to its historic victory.