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U.S. Soccer to Offer VIP Travel Program During 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada

CHICAGO (March 5, 2015) – U.S. Soccer is organizing a VIP travel program for a small group of fans to experience the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup as part of the U.S. Soccer Delegation in Canada. This unique fundraiser, called the “Patrons Program,” will support upcoming soccer development initiatives and continue to grow the sport in the United States.

The Patrons Program is available for individuals, families or corporate groups, and is fully customizable to the party’s travel schedule. Group-stage experiences and opportunities around the knockout rounds and finals will enable fans to follow the U.S. Women’s National Team with an array of high-access benefits, including the following:

  • Luxury accommodations and breakfast each morning
  • Official tickets and MATCH hospitality
  • Behind-the-scenes access to U.S. WNT training session
  • Meet and greet with top USA staff
  • Exclusive gifts and apparel
  • Ground transportation to official events
  • Cultural excursions and more

U.S. Soccer is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Participation in the Patrons Program is made possible through an impactful donation to U.S. Soccer, part of which is tax-deductible. VIP package donations begin at $9,250 per person.

Program proceeds will provide critical support for U.S. Soccer’s mission, helping provide need-based scholarships for talented young players, high-performance National Team programming, and elite coaching instructors to benefit all levels of soccer in our nation.

Space in the Patrons Program is very limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information or to reserve a spot, contact

Patrons with daughters born in 2000, 2001 and 2002 may consider enrolling their daughters in the U.S. Soccer Girls Fantasy Camp (June 7-13 in Winnipeg, Canada), a training camp and fan experience led by former Women’s National Team player Lindsay Tarpley. Interested guests can also contact for more information.

U-17 MNT Eyes Guatemala in Third Match at CONCACAF U-17 Championship

The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team has gained control of Group A at the 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

The USA (2-0-0, 6 points) hopes to maintain its strong start when it faces Guatemala (1-1-0, 3 points) at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 5, at Estadio Francisco Morazán. The game will be live on FOX Sports 2.

The U.S. is coming off a 2-0 victory against Trinidad & Tobago that included a first-half goal from Joe Gallardo and a second-half tally from Haji Wright. Gallardo is the tournament’s leading goal scorer with four scores.

Guatemala is coming off a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Jamaica on Monday. The score was tied at 1-1 until Jamaica’s Donovan Dawkins scored the game-winner in second-half stoppage time.

Here is the USA’s history against Guatemala at this tournament:

  • The USA has posted a perfect 4-0-0 record against Guatemala in this tournament, including three shutout victories. The U.S. has outscored Guatemala 13-1.
  • The U.S. defeated Guatemala 1-0 on Nov. 12, 1988, at the CONCACAF U-16 Championship in Puerto España, Trinidad & Tobago.
  • At the 1992 CONCACAF U-16 Championship, the USA earned a 3-0 win on Aug. 14 during its 3-0-0 performance in Group C play.
  • The USA took first place in Group A with a 3-0 win against Guatemala on March 9, 2003, at the CONCACAF U-17 Tournament in Guatemala City.
  • At the 2013 CONCACAF U-17 Championship, the USA won Group C with a 1-0 victory against Guatemala on April 11. Corey Baird’s 49th-minute goal off of a Rubio Rubin assist held up as the U.S. advanced to the quarterfinals.

Algarve Cup Quote Sheet: WNT vs. Norway - March 4, 2015

U.S. WNT head coach Jill Ellis

On the match:
“I thought the game was played at a high-level. We hadn’t faced Norway in a long time and we knew we had to be prepared and ready. They gave us some good challenges and it was obviously a good transition that led to a very good goal. But overall, it was a very good game and I’m very pleased that we came out with three points against a very tough opponent.”

On giving up a goal against the run of play:
“I thought we dominated the match and in the first half we were a bit unfortunate not to come away with the goal, but this team showed good resolve. To give up a goal and come back and be able to fight and battle, and put ourselves in the position to get three points, I’m pleased. Those are certainly some things to take away from this game.”

On opponents playing defensively against the USA:
“We saw it with England and we saw it again today. I think teams’ best opportunities are probably countering against us because we do like to attack, we like to get forward. I thought today our players found good spaces to turn in the pockets. I thought today we had good sequences, finding a central ball or a wide ball. We got plenty of balls in the box and a bunch of corner kick opportunities. Now, we need to focus on two things:  our service in the box needs to be better, at times we’re hitting that front post player and we have to eliminate that, and then we have to be more aggressive and be in better position to win the set pieces.”

On Carli Lloyd’s performance:
“She’s a warrior; a big-game player and she loves tournaments. She’s just a spirit right now, and I’m so pleased because she’s had a lot of chances in previous games and for her to find the back of the net, it gives her confidence. Moving forward it’s the expectation for her to do that time and time again.”

U.S. WNT Forward Abby Wambach

On Carli Lloyd and her performance:
“Carli seems to also be setting up plays or finishing on the end of plays and it shows how much she’s worked over the years. She wants to be one of the best players in the world and I think to be able to do that you have to be making play like she did today, and consistently so. She’s been doing that for us for the years. Leading into this World Cup, she’s poised to give us a better opportunity of winning because she does so many good things.”

On the team’s evolution the last couple of months:
“We’re in the midst of an evolution and a process and working on a lot of things. We’re working on the things that we want to focus to exploit in other teams. You’re seeing more consistency, a bit more connectedness and the relationships on the field are building for sure.” 

On Hope Solo almost making the save on the Norway goal:
“Truthfully I think she saves that ball in certain ways and certain moments. That’s just her getting a little bit more time on the field; getting back into the rhythm of training. I think if that’s a World Cup game, that ball gets tipped over the bar and we’re still tied zero-to-zero.”

U.S. WNT Goalkeeper Hope Solo

On the match:
“I thought was a very back-and-forth game, a very physical game. I thought Julie Johnston played incredible in the back line and I was really proud of our defense. Players were going hard for tackles, we stayed with the game plan, we didn’t stress too much when they scored and we knew the goals were going to come.”

On what Carli Lloyd brings to the team:
“Carli is the mentality of this team. She holds everyone accountable; you do what you can to make this team win and she doesn’t let you get away with anything else. That’s the true leader she’s proven that she will get the job done.” 

On being back with the team:
“This was a happy moment. I’ve dealt with a lot of the emotions that I was harboring in the last 30 days. I dealt with that back in Seattle. I came in feeling free, feeling good and feeling like I dealt with things that I needed to deal with, and kind of with a new look on things. I felt refreshed; I felt great coming in. I would say I¹m more focused. Not more, or less emotional, just focused. That’s what I needed to be to help lead this team to the World Cup. Just focus on the game, on my teammates and focus on soccer.” 

U.S. WNT Midfielder Carli Lloyd

On making a big play to equalize:
“I hate losing…I’m a winner and I want to go out there and win. It might not be pretty, it might not be a shutout, but that’s what we need to do. I’m a veteran and I have to lead this team and show up in big moments.” 

On having Hope Solo back with the team
“It’s really good to see Hope back. We’re close and we’re rooming again during this trip. The most important thing is her happiness. She’s making strides every day and the team has welcomed her. She’s obviously human and people make mistakes, but she’s learning and growing and I think she will be fine.”

Photo Gallery: WNT Scores 2-1 Comeback Win against Norway

Photos from the USWNT's 2-1 comeback triumph over Norway in the teams' opening Group B match at the 2015 Algarve Cup in Portugal. The U.S. fell behind to a first-half header by Norway's Ada Hegerberg, but a second-half double from Carli Lloyd (her eighth multi-goal game in her WNT career) pushed the USA to victory. 

The USA next plays Switzerland on Friday at 12 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1 and fans can also follow everything happening with the WNT during the 2015 Algarve by following @ussoccer_wnt on Twitter and Instagram @ussoccer_wnt

Selección Femenina Venció a Noruega 2-1 en Copa Algarve 2015

VILA REAL DE SANTO ANTONIO, Portugal (4 de marzo, 2015) – La Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos abrió su campaña por la Copa Algarve 2015 con una victoria de 2-1 contra Noruega en el Estadio Municipal de Vila Real de Santo Antonio.

La mediocampista Carli Lloyd anotó los goles 62 y 63 de su carrera, uno de zurda y el otro de penal, sacando a EE.UU. del déficit de un gol con el que terminó el primer tiempo.

Con la victoria, EE.UU. tiene un registro de 28-19-2 contra Noruega. La Selección Femenina aumenta su registro a 54-12-10 en la Copa Algarve.

Estados Unidos ahora tiene en la mira su segundo partido del torneo contra Suiza el 6 de marzo. El partido empieza a las 12 p.m. ET en vivo por FOX Sports 1. En los otros partidos del día, Dinamarca venció a Japón 2-1, China y Brasil empataron a cero goles, Suiza ganó 2-0 contra Islandia, Suecia venció a Alemania 4-2 y Francia ganó 1-0 contra Portugal.

Estados Unidos se enfrenta a Suiza en su segundo partido de la Copa Algarve el 6 de marzo, 12 p.m. ET.
Información de transmisión: FOX Sports 1
Social: Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt, @ussoccer_esp); Facebook; Instagram

Resumen de Goles:
NOR – Ada Hegerberg (Kristine Minde), minuto 43: Noruega atacó por la banda derecha y Kristine Minde mandó un balón al centro del área perfectamente elevado para su compañera. Ada Hegerberg saltó para encontrarse con el balón, enviándolo hacia el centro de la portería. Hope Solo alcanzó a tocar el balón y desviarlo, pero no lo suficiente para mandarlo por arriba de la portería. El balón pegó en el travesaño y cruzó la línea de gol. USA 0, NOR 1 

USA – Carli Lloyd (Christen Press), minuto 55: Christen Press y Carli Lloyd combinaron para igualar el marcador en el minuto 55. Press controló el balón por la banda derecha y lo pasó directamente hacia adelante para Lloyd. Lloyd tocó dos veces hacia el centro antes de disparar con la zurda y enviar el balón al fondo de la red. USA 1, NOR 1 (VER GOL)

USA – Carli Lloyd (penal), minuto 62: En el minuto 62, el disparo de Christen Press pegó contra la mano de la capitana Trine Ronning adentro del área y el árbitro apuntó al punto penal. Carli Lloyd hizo lo suyo, haciendo retumbar la red con un fuerte penal precisamente ejecutado. USA 2, NOR 1 (VER GOAL)

Atajadas Claves y Jugadas Peligrosas:
USA – Ali Krieger, minuto 4: Noruega atacó por la banda derecha y mandó un balón cruzado al centro del área grande. La portera estadounidense Hope Solo salió a atrapar el balón en el aire pero se resbaló por entre sus manos. La pelota cayó adentro del área y Emilie Haavi se abalanzó, disparando hacia la portería, pero Ali Krieger estaba atenta, bloqueando el tiro con su cuerpo.

NOR – Silje Vesterbekkmo, minuto 9: Carli Lloyd recibió el balón justo afuera del área grande y encaró a dos defensas. La hábil mediocampista se llevó la pelota entre las dos, entrando a encarar a Silje Vesterbekkmo en el área grande, pero la portera de Noruega alcanzó a bajar a tiempo para desviar su tiro al ras del pasto.

USA – Christen Press, minuto 32: Parecía que EE.UU. iba a abrir el marcador en el minuto 32 cuando Ali Krieger intentó enviar el balón hacia adelante y rebotó en una defensa de Noruega. El balón le cayó a Christen Press, quien lo tocó dos veces antes de soltar un tiro de larga distancia con potencia que pasó por entre la multitud y por un lado de la portera, pero que estalló contra el poste.

USA – Hope Solo, minuto 54: Lene Mykjaland mandó un tiro de esquina que se estancó entre varias jugadores. Solveig Gulbrandsen se aprovechó de la confusión y disparó, pero Hope Solo atajó y Carli Lloyd despejó fuera de peligro.

USA – Hope Solo, minuto 77: Noruega se encontró con el balón al borde del área grande y mandó un fuerte disparo a la portería. Hope Solo hizo la atajada, pero el balón rebotó peligrosamente frente a la portería. Solo alcanzó a recuperar y controlar el balón antes de que Noruega reaccionara.

En la mira:

  • Abby Wambach jugó en su partido 235 con la Selección Femenina, lo cual la pone en el sexto lugar en la lista histórica de EE.UU. Delante de ella está Joy Fawcett en el quinto lugar, con 239 partidos de 1987-2004.
  • Lori Chalupny y Megan Rapinoe ahora tienen 97 partidos con EE.UU., y están a solamente tres partidos de llegar al centenario. 

- Resumen de Juego de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos -

Encuentro: Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos vs. Noruega
Fecha: 4 de marzo, 2015
Torneo: Copa Algarve; Grupo B
Sede: Estadio Municipal de Vila Real de Santo Antonio
Inicio: 2 p.m. ET
Asistencia: 500
Clima: 63 grados Fahrenheit, parcialmente nublado

Resumen de anotaciones:     1          2          F
USA                                        0          2          2
NOR                                       1          0          1

NOR – Ada Hegerberg (Kristine Minde)                   minuto 43
USA – Carli Lloyd (Christen Press)                           55
USA – Carli Lloyd                                                     62

USA: 1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 26-Julie Johnston, 16-Lori Chalupny (25-Meghan Klingenberg, 46); 10-Carli Lloyd, 12-Lauren Holiday (15-Megan Rapinoe, 90+1), 14-Morgan Brian, 23-Christen Press (17-Tobin Heath, 78); 13-Alex Morgan (2-Sydney Leroux, 78), 20-Abby Wambach (capt.) (8-Amy Rodriguez, 56)

Suplentes no utilizadas: 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 19-Rachel Van Hollebeke, 22-Crystal Dunn, 24-Ashlyn Harris

Directora Técnica: Jill Ellis

NOR: 12-Silje Vesterbekkmo; 6-Maren Mjelde, 7-Trine Rønning (capt.), 2-Marita Lund, 3-Inger Ane Hole; 17-Lene Mykjåland, 8-Solveig Gulbrandsen (14-Gry Tofte Ims, 74), 20-Emilie Haavi (19-Marie Markussen, 69); 18-Kristine Minde, 8-Isabel Herlovsen, 21-Ada Hegerberg.

Suplentes no utilizadas: 1-Ingrid Hjelmseth, 4-Melissa Bjånesoy, 5-Hedda Gardsjord, 10-Maria Thorisdottir, 11-Ida Elise Enget, 13-Ingrid Moe Wold, 15-Anja Sønstevold, 16-Andrine Hegerberg, 22-Cathrine Dekkerhus, 23-Cecille Fiskerstrand

Director Técnico: Even Pellerud

Resumen estadístico: USA / NOR
Tiros: 12 / 5
Tiros a Gol: 7 / 4
Atajadas: 3 / 4
Tiros de Esquina: 8 / 3
Faltas: 5 / 11
Fuera de Lugar: 4 / 0

Resumen de penalidades:
NOR-Trine Ronnin (amonestación)                 minuto 62

Árbitro: Esther Staubil (SUI)
Árbitro Asistente 1: Belinda Brem (SUI)
Árbitro Asistente 2: Susanne Kung (SUI)
Cuarto Oficial: Gladys Lengwe (ZAM)

Jugador del Partido Budweiser: Carli Lloyd

WNT Opens Algarve Cup with 2-1 Victory against Norway

VILA REAL DE SANTO ANTONIO, Portugal (March 4, 2015) – Led by midfielder Carli Lloyd’s second-half brace, the U.S. Women’s National Team overcame a first-half deficit and defeated Norway 2-1 in Group B play at the 2015 Algarve Cup at Municipal Stadium.

Lloyd scored an 18-yard equalizer in the 55th minute and followed with a 62nd-minute penalty kick for the USA. In Wednesday’s other Group B match, Switzerland defeated Iceland 2-0. 

The USA resumes Group B action when it takes on Switzerland on Friday, March 6, at Vila Real de Santo Antonio (12 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1). 

The WNT also donned their blue-gradient Nike away kit for the first time against Norway. 

Goal Scoring Rundown:

NOR – Ada Hegerberg (Kristine Minde), 43rd minute: Against the run of play, Norway’s Minde crossed the ball in from the right side to an unmarked Hegerberg in the middle of the box. Hegerberg rose up with a crisp header from seven yards out toward the center of the goal frame. U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo got a glove on the ball, but the deflection was not enough as it clipped the crossbar and crossed the goal line for the Norway lead. USA 0, NOR 1

USA – Carli Lloyd (Christen Press), 55th minute: Press’ through ball down the right side to Lloyd was partially deflected by Norway’s Inger Ane Hole, but Lloyd quickly gained possession. Lloyd spun counter clockwise to create a gap and from 18 yards out, ripped a shot into the left of the frame to tie the score. It was Lloyd’s first goal of 2015. USA 1, NOR 1 (SEE GOAL) 

USA – Carli Lloyd (penalty), 62nd minute: Christen Press drew a penalty kick when her shot from outside the box struck Norway defender Trin Ronning’s right arm. Lloyd took the subsequent penalty and placed it perfectly into the upper right corner of the frame for her second tally in a seven-minute stretch. In addition to her first two goals of the year, Lloyd is now up to 63 for her career. USA 2, NOR 1 (FINAL) (SEE GOAL 

Key Saves and Defensive Stops:
USA – Ali Krieger, 4th minute: Norway crossed the ball into the box from the right side and USA goalkeeper Hope Solo was unable to corral through traffic. Norway’s Emilie Haavi had a couple chances to score with Solo off of the line. Her first attempt struck teammate Ada Hegerberg. The second chance was then blocked by Krieger near the goal line as the U.S. surrendered a corner kick and came away unscathed. 

NOR – Silje Vesterbekkmo, 9th minute: Carli Lloyd stepped up to steal the ball from Norway in the midfield. She juked to the left to evade Norway captain Trine Ronning at the edge of the box and then shot left-footed toward the far right post. Vesterbekkmo alertly saved with her left foot to give up a U.S. corner kick. 

NOR – Silje Vesterbekkmo, 32nd and 33rd minutes: Norway’s goalkeeper faced an onslaught of USA scoring chances during this stretch, opening with a Lauren Holiday corner kick from the left side. Holiday’s delivery threatened the goal and Vesterbekkmo punched it away. Shortly after, Christen Press drove a low, long-range shot that ricocheted off of the left post. Then in the 33rd minute, Alex Morgan tried to flick the ball over Vesterbekkmo, but she sacrificed her body to deflect it away. 

USA – Hope Solo, 54th minute: Off of a Lene Mykjaland corner kick from the right side, the ball bounced among a scrum in the box and then was up for grabs as Solveig Gulbrandsen had space with a left-footed shot. Gulbrandsen fired toward the left of the frame, but Solo was up to the task with a close-range reaction save. 

Milestone Watch:

  • Abby Wambach made her 235th appearance and ranks sixth on the all-time WNT list, four games behind fifth-place Joy Fawcett (239 games from 1987-2004).
  • Defender Lori Chalupny and midfielder Megan Rapinoe earned their 97th-career caps. They are three appearances away from hitting the century mark, which 30 other WNT players have reached.
  • Goalkeeper Hope Solo earned her first win of the year and 125th of her career. She trails only Briana Scurry (133) on the all-time list. 

Next on the Schedule:
The U.S. WNT faces Switzerland in Group B play at the 2015 Algarve Cup on Friday, March 6. Kickoff is at 12 p.m. ET at Vila Real de Santo Antonio.
Broadcast information: FOX Sports 1
Social: Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt; @ussoccer_esp); Facebook; Instagram 

Additional Notes:

  • The USA moved to 28-19-2 all-time against Norway.
  • The U.S. is now 2-1-0 in 2015.
  • Head coach Jill Ellis’ lineup featured a 4-4-2 formation, anchored by goalkeeper Hope Solo who returned from a 30-day suspension to make her first appearance of 2015.
  • In front of Solo was a defensive line that included Ali Krieger at right back, Lori Chalupny at left back and the center back tandem of Becky Sauerbrunn and Julie Johnston. Johnston made her first appearance of the year and earned her sixth-career cap.
  • The USA midfield featured the same four players for a third straight game, with Lauren Holiday and Morgan Brian playing centrally, Carli Lloyd on the right side and Christen Press on the left.
  • Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach were paired up top, with Wambach wearing the captain’s armband.
  • To open the second half, Meghan Klingenberg replaced Chalupny at left back.
  • In the 78th minute, Tobin Heath entered for Press and then in the 79th minute, Sydney Leroux made her first appearance of the year when she replaced Morgan.
  • In the first minute of second-half stoppage time, Megan Rapinoe subbed in for Holiday.
  • Lloyd recorded the eighth multi-goal game of her WNT career. She had four multi-goal games in 2014 alone.

- U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report - 

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Norway
Date: March 4, 2015
Competition: 2015 Algarve Cup – Group B
Venue: Municipal Stadium; Vila Real de Santo Antonio, Portugal
Kickoff: 2 p.m. ET
Attendance: 500
Weather: 63 degrees, cool and clear 

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F
USA                            0          2          2
NOR                            1          0          1

NOR – Ada Hegerberg (Kristine Minde)                    43rd minute
USA – Carli Lloyd (Christen Press)                            55
USA – Carli Lloyd (penalty kick)                                62 

USA: 1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 26-Julie Johnston, 16-Lori Chalupny (25-Meghan Klingenberg, 46); 10-Carli Lloyd, 12-Lauren Holiday (15-Megan Rapinoe, 90+1), 14-Morgan Brian, 23-Christen Press (17-Tobin Heath, 78); 13-Alex Morgan (2-Sydney Leroux, 78), 20-Abby Wamach (capt.) (8-Amy Rodriguez, 56)
Subs Not Used: 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 19-Rachel Van Hollebeke, 22-Crystal Dunn, 24-Ashlyn Harris
Head coach: Jill Ellis

NOR: 12-Silje Vesterbekkmo; 6-Maren Mjelde, 7-Trine Rønning (capt.), 2-Marita Lund, 3-Inger Ane Hole; 17-Lene Mykjåland, 8-Solveig Gulbrandsen (14-Gry Tofte Ims, 74), 20-Emilie Haavi (19-Marie Markussen, 69); 18-Kristine Minde, 8-Isabel Herlovsen, 21-Ada Hegerberg
Subs Not Used: 1-Ingrid Hjelmseth, 4-Melissa Bjånesoy, 5-Hedda Gardsjord, 10-Maria Thorisdottir, 11-Ida Elise Enget, 13-Ingrid Moe Wold, 15-Anja Sønstevold, 16-Andrine Hegerberg, 22-Cathrine Dekkerhus, 23-Cecille Fiskerstrand
Head coach: Even Pellerud 

Stats Summary: USA / NOR
Shots: 12 / 5
Shots on Goal: 7 / 4
Saves: 3 / 4
Corner Kicks: 8 / 3
Fouls: 5 / 11
Offside: 4 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
NOR – Trine Ronnin (caution)                        62nd minute

Referee: Esther Staubil (SUI)
Assistant Referee 1: Belinda Brem (SUI)
Assistant Referee 2: Susanne Kung (SUI)
Fourth Official: Gladys Lengwe (ZAM)

Budweiser Woman of the Match:  Carli Lloyd

U-20 WNT Preps for First Internationals of New Cycle

Along the coast of La Manga, Spain, the U.S. U-20 WNT is preparing to play three matches in a 10-team invitational tournament. Head coach Michelle French and defenders Natalie Jacobs and Sabrina Flores speak on the benefits of international competition early in the cycle.

Boletos Para Serie de Despedida de la Selección Femenina Salen A La Venta En Marzo

CHICAGO (4 de marzo, 2015) -- Boletos salen a la venta durante el mes de marzo para los tres partidos de la Serie de Despedida de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos antes de partir para la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015 en Canadá.

EE.UU. jugará contra la República de Irlanda el domingo, 10 de mayo, a las 11:30 a.m. PT, en Avaya Stadium en San José, California; México el domingo, 17 de mayo a las 6:30 p.m. PT en StubHub Center en Carson, California, y República de Corea el sábado, 30 de mayo, a las 4:30 p.m. ET, en Red Bull Arena en Harrison, Nueva Jersey.

Estados Unidos vs. México
Boletos a la venta: 13 de marzo a las 10 a.m. PT.
Boletos disponibles por medio de, llamando al 1-888-929-7849, y en la taquilla del StubHub Center (abierta de lunes a viernes, 12 p.m. a 6 p.m.). Grupos de 20 personas o más pueden obtener un formulario de solicitud grupal en o llamando al 312-528-1290.

Estados Unidos vs. República de Corea
Boletos a la venta: 20 de marzo a las 10 a.m. ET.
Boletos disponibles por medio de, llamando por teléfono al 1-800-745-3000 y en todas las sucursales de Ticketmaster en el área metropolitana de Nueva York/Nueva Jersey (incluyendo varias tiendas Walmart), al igual que en la taquilla de Red Bull Arena (abierta de lunes a viernes, 11 a.m. a 6 p.m.).

Estados Unidos vs. República de Irlanda
Boletos a la venta: 27 de marzo a las 10 a.m. PT.
Boletos disponibles por medio de, por teléfono llamando al 1-800-745-3000 y en todas las sucursales de Ticketmaster en el Área de la Bahía de San Francisco (incluyendo varias tiendas Walmart y Supermercados Chávez).

Ultimate Fan Tickets (paquetes especiales VIP que incluyen un boleto óptimo, una camiseta oficial de la Selección hecha específicamente para la persona, acceso VIP al campo antes y después del partido y otros beneficios únicos) están disponibles exclusivamente por medio de

Los dos partidos en California serán transmitidos por FOX Sports 1. El partido en Nueva Jersey será transmitido por medio de ESPN y Watch ESPN al igual que por Univision Deportes. Los aficionados pueden seguir todos los partidos de la Selección Femenina por Twitter @ussoccer_wnt y @ussoccer_esp.

Antes de la Serie de Despida, la Selección Femenina participará en la Copa Algarve 2015 en Portugal del 4 al 11 de marzo, abriendo su paso por el Grupo B hoy contra Noruega a las 2 p.m. ET (FOX Sports 1), en el Estadio Municipal en Vila Real de San Antonio. Después se enfrenta a Suiza el 6 de marzo a las 12 p.m. ET, y termina la fase de grupos contra Islandia el 9 de marzo a la 1:30 p.m. ET. Un partido para determinar el puesto final se jugará el 11 de marzo.

Después de la Copa Algarve, la Selección Femenina regresa a casa a jugar contra Nueva Zelanda el sábado, 4 de abril, en Busch Stadium en St. Louis. El partido inicia a las 2:30 p.m. CT y será transmitido por FOX Sports 1. Se han vendido más de 30,000 boletos, más que para ningún otro partido independiente de la Selección Femenina en la historia de 30 años del programa. (BOLETOS).

Este verano, Estados Unidos se enfrentará a Australia, Suecia y Nigeria en el Grupo D de la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015. EE.UU. abre contra Australia el 8 de junio en Winnipeg Stadium, seguido por Suecia el 12 de junio en Winnipeg y Nigeria el 16 de junio en BC Place en Vancouver.

La Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015 se llevará a cabo del 6 de junio al 5 de julio y los 52 partidos se transmitirán en vivo por FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2 y en tabletas y dispositivos móviles por la aplicación FOX Sports GO y

Across the Academy – March 4, 2015

Academy Coaching Spotlight: Molding the Elite Player: LA Galaxy U-15/16 head coach Mike Munoz spoke with about how U.S. Soccer and the LA Galaxy are working together to provide an effective development model for players from the youth level all the way up to the first team. “The Galaxy is a first-class organization, all the way from the top down,” Munoz said. “Everybody has bought into what we’re doing. The youth development piece is a huge component in terms of our success going forward as a club. … There’s now a clear pathway starting from 10 years old all the way up to the first team, at every step, at every level. U.S. Soccer has really evolved in terms of their methodology, style of play and what they look for in a player. It’s a very professional approach.”

U-17 MNT Leads Group A Through Two Games at CONCACAF U-17 Championship: The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team is atop Group A with a 2-0-0 record and plus-7 goal differential after a 2-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago on Monday. Nomads SC alum Joe Gallardo netted his fourth goal of the tournament in the first half against Trinidad and former LA Galaxy Academy forward Haji Wright tallied in the second half. Gallardo scored three goals in the USA’s 5-0 victory against Cuba on Friday.

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ACADEMY QUICK HITS (Feb. 28-March 1):

  • West Conference: The Pateadores U-17/18s tied a season high with five goals, including a brace from Luis Leon, en route to a 5-3 victory against Arsenal FC. Noah Leong, Cesar Murillo and Eder Oliva also added a goal apiece to move to 14-4-7 (1.96 points per game) in second place in the Southwest Division behind Real Salt Lake AZ. Pateadores is in the midst of a six-game unbeaten streak (5-0-1).
  • Central Conference: Sporting Kansas City’s U-17/18 team looked like it was on the verge of a draw against Lonestar SC Academy on Saturday. That notion was put to bed as Daniel Salloi and Fernando Borges scored back-to-back goals in the closing minutes for a 4-2 victory. Sporting Kansas City moved to 7-7-2 on the season (1.44 points per game) in the Frontier Division.
  • East Conference: Only three players accounted for a combined seven goals between the South Carolina United Battery Academy and North Carolina Fusion in their thrilling U-15/16 clash. Charles Grondines’ lone tally in the 72nd minute proved to be the winner as South Carolina United Battery earned the 4-3 victory. His teammate Robert Robinson scored three first-half goals. On the flip side, North Carolina Fusion’s Omar Rivera recorded a hat trick. South Carolina United Battery sits in fourth place in the Southeast Division at 11-6-8 (1.64 points per game).

Academy Honors:

  • Academy Player of the Week: U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team and LA Galaxy U-17/18 defender Malcolm Jones earned Academy Player of the Week accolades for his performance during the Galaxy’s 3-0 victory against De Anza Force this past weekend. Jones scored his third goal of the season and anchored a defensive line that has now posted 11 shutouts in 24 games while allowing only 22 goals all season – the fewest in the Southwest Division.
  • Academy Referee of the Week: Michael Shepherd, a 29-year-old Grade 7 referee from southern California, was named Academy Referee of the Week for his performance during three matches over this past weekend between Pateadores and Arsenal FC. This is Shepherd’s first season working in the Development Academy.

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U-16 BNT Headed to Netherlands International Tournament: The U.S. Under-16 Boys’ National Team is bound for Rotterdam, Netherlands, for a March 7-16 trip to take part in the Netherlands International Tournament. A 21-player roster will represent the USA in the four-team tournament. Eighteen of the 21 players currently play in the Development Academy. The camp will be highlighted by matches against the Republic of Ireland on March 11, the Czech Republic on March 13 and the Netherlands on March 15.

Hackworth Names 36-Player Roster for U-15 BNT Camp in Florida: U.S. Under-15 Boys’ National Team head coach John Hackworth has selected a 36-player group to compete at a domestic camp from March 7-15 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is the U-15 BNT’s first camp of the year. The camp features 32 players currently registered with Development Academy clubs.

Registered full-time or developmental Academy players are not eligible to tryout with a different Academy club until after the conclusion of the Academy Playoffs/Showcase on June 26. If a team qualifies for the Finals, those players will not be eligible to attend tryouts for another Academy club until after the conclusion of the Finals on July 18. 

  • Open tryouts during the Academy season are not recommended
    • Development Academy Clubs should move away from an open tryout format as a valuable way to identify and select players, especially during their current season.
    • Clubs should use a scouting system to identify players with specific skills and qualities and/or a trial format to further evaluate and compare any elite prospects among an existing core group of returning players.
    • Please contact your Technical Advisor with any questions.



Date Matchup Result Venue Attendance Goal Scorers
July 14, 2010 U-20 WNT vs Ghana Under-20 Women 1-1 D Rudolf-Harbig Stadium; Dresden, Germany 9,430 Leroux
July 17, 2010 U-20 WNT vs Switzerland Under-20 Women 5-0 W Rudolf-Harbig Stadium; Dresden, Germany 17,234 Mewis, Leroux (3), Bywaters
July 21, 2010 U-20 WNT vs Korea Republic Under-20 Women 1-0 W FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Stadium; Bielefeld, Germany 5,420 Leroux
July 25, 2010 U-20 WNT vs Nigeria Women 1-1 D FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Stadium; Augsburg, Germany 0 Brooks