Wondering how the athletes at the World Cup spend game days? Ali Riley takes you through the last day the Football Ferns spent at the World Cup.
For New Zealand, greatness is this: scoring four goals in the tournament and earning its first point ever in a World Cup.
Ali Riley wants you to get to know the faces behind the Football Ferns.
The Football Ferns have a secret weapon to staying cool and hydrated in the heat.
Ali Riley and some of her Western New York Flash teammates display their talents and hobbies.
Ali Riley gives us a peek at what traveling with the Football Ferns is like.
Ali Riley takes us along as the Football Ferns hit the beach.
Ali Riley is back and introduces you to her New Zealand teammates.
Western New York Flash star Ali Riley and her teammates take on the unique fashions of the Royal Wedding, producing results as sartorially as curious as the real thing.
Ali Riley and some of her WPS Western New York Flash teammates order their favorite foods at a pancake house and invite espnW along for a culinary treat.
The Western New York Flash won its first game, 2-1, over the Boston Breakers. Riley talks to her teammates about what the win means, plans future scoring celebrations and introduces a new player.
Western New York defender and 2010 WPS rookie of the year Ali Riley previews the Flash's opener against the Boston Breakers on Sunday and has her teammates share what makes the Flash special.
In the second installment of Ali Riley's video blog she discusses the week's events in the soccer world and gets her Western New York Flash teammates' Women's World Cup predictions.
This is the first installment of a blog series by New Zealand star soccer player Ali Riley, following her journey as she prepares to lead the Kiwis into this summer's Women's World Cup in Germany.