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  1. Germany chases history in Women's World Cup final

    Associated Press

    No women's team has been able to successfully defend a World Cup or Olympic title. Never has a team looked as likely to do so as Germany.

    Story | Conversation | September 29, 2007
  2. Ryan, team leaders decide Solo should miss game

    Associated Press

    Outspoken U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo will not be with the team for Sunday's third-place game against Norway in the Women's World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | September 29, 2007
  3. Brazil leans on Marta for its title hopes

    Associated Press

    Like just about all the great Brazilian soccer stars, Marta Vieira da Silva is known by a single name.

    Story | Conversation | September 24, 2007
  4. U.S. and England renew friendships

    Associated Press

    American Cat Whitehill spotted her English friend Rachel Unitt in the hotel lobby and jumped off the sofa to give her a bear hug.

    Story | Conversation | September 20, 2007
  5. Denmark coach banned for two games

    Associated Press

    Denmark's coach received a two-game suspension Saturday for ''physical contact" with an assistant referee, adding another incident to the team's turbulent World Cup campaign.

    Story | Conversation | September 15, 2007
  6. Denmark team demands more answers

    Associated Press

    Denmark demanded more answers Friday following a FIFA investigation into why two men with video cameras were hiding behind a two-way mirror in the team's meeting room.

    Story | Conversation | September 14, 2007
  7. England's Smith won't kiss boots again

    Associated Press

    England forward Kelly Smith will not be kissing her soccer boots if she scores again at the Women's World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | September 13, 2007
  8. World Cup sparks interest in women's soccer in China

    Associated Press

    The World Cup has sparked some interest in women's soccer in China, where the sport is generally thought of as a game for boys.

    Story | Conversation | September 12, 2007
  9. Blatter favors Women's World Cup expansion

    Associated Press

    FIFA president Sepp Blatter favors expanding the Women's World Cup to 24 teams despite the 11-0 rout in the tournament opener.

    Story | Conversation | September 11, 2007
  10. North Korea a tournament dark horse

    Associated Press

    North Korea rarely allows its less-than-average men's soccer team to participate in international tournaments. The secretive Stalinist state has no such qualms about its high-performing women.

    Story | Conversation | September 09, 2007
  11. Australia's Tom Sermanni hired as new U.S. women's coach

    Associated Press

    Tom Sermanni, who led Australia to the quarterfinals at the last two Women's World Cups, has been chosen as the new coach of the U.S. women's soccer team.

    Story | Conversation | October 30, 2012
  12. U.S. women's coach Pia Sundhage steps down, takes over Sweden

    Associated Press

    After leading the U.S. women's soccer team to two Olympic gold medals and its first spot in a World Cup final in more than a decade, coach Pia Sundhage is stepping down.

    Story | Conversation | September 01, 2012