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  • DateTuesday, April 8, 2014
  • VenueNational Training Center; Carson, Calif.
  • Kickoff12:00 AM
  • Attendance75

OTD 2009: Michael Bradley Brace and Another Dos a Cero

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U.S. Soccer Offers VIP Behind-the-Scenes Patrons Program During Copa America Centenario

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Highlights: WNT Defeats Costa Rica 5-0 in 2016 Olympic Qualifying Opener

The #USWNT defeated Costa Rica in the opening game of qualification of for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Carli Lloyd, Crystal Dunn, and Christen Press all grabbed a goal and Alex Morgan scored twice as the USA won 5-0.

WNT Opens 2016 Olympic Qualifying with Big 5-0 Win vs. Costa Rica in Frisco

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