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U.S. WNT Routs Russia 8-0 in Second Leg in Front of 16,133 Fans at Georgia Dome

  • Amy Rodriguez, Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Lauren Holiday, Heather O’Reilly and Christen Press Each Tally Second-Half Goals
  • Two Russia Own Goals Stake USA to 2-0 Lead
  • WNT Now Prepares for 2014 Algarve Cup Being Played from March 5-12 in Portugal; USA Opens Tournament Against Japan on March 5 in Group B Play

ATLANTA (Feb. 13, 2014) – The U.S. Women’s National Team scored seven goals in the second half to roll past Russia for the second match in a row, this time topping its 7-0 victory five days ago in Florida with an 8-0 victory at the Georgia Dome. The match was originally scheduled for Wednesday but was moved due to inclement weather in the Atlanta area.

Amy Rodriguez, Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Lauren Holiday, Heather O’Reilly and Christen Press each tallied second-half goals, and the USA forced Russia into two own goals to gain the early advantage.

The USA extended its home unbeaten streak to 80 games (70-0-10) and its current overall unbeaten streak to 42 games (36-0-6) dating back to March of 2012. The eight goals are the most for the team since the USA crushed Costa Rica 8-0 to open its post-Olympic Fan Tribute Tour on Sept. 1, 2012.

Next up for the U.S. WNT is the 21st edition of the Algarve Cup in Portugal. The USA was placed in Group B and opens the event on March 5 against Japan. The U.S. also faces Sweden (March 7) and Denmark (March 10) before the placement matches on March 12. Kickoff times and venue location will be announced soon.

Unlike the 7-0 victory against Russia on Feb. 8 in Boca Raton, Fla., the USA struck within the first 15 minutes as Russia scored an own goal in the 11th minute. Rapinoe took a corner kick from the left side and Russia goalkeeper Maria Zhamanakova was able to deflect it. The ball stayed in the box where defender Whitney Engen ripped a shot off of the left post that ricocheted off Russia’s Elena Terekhova’s leg and over the goal line.

Russia’s defense again broke down to open the second half when Rapinoe whipped in a cross from the left side and Russia captain Ksenia Tsybutovich failed to intercept. Instead, with Wambach in the vicinity, Russia defender Valentina Orlova inadvertently knocked the ball with her left leg into the net for a 2-0 USA lead in the 50th minute.

It was the first time in 30 years of U.S. WNT history that the team had benefited from two own goals in a match.

From that point on, the U.S. WNT took care of business with back-to-back goals in a two-minute span. In the 52nd minute, Rodriguez’s powerful left-footed volley off a perfect O’Reilly service from the right wing pushed the U.S. lead to 3-0. It was Rodriguez’s 27th-career goal and O’Reilly’s 49th-career assist. She is now one assist from tying Shannon MacMillan for sixth on the all-time list.

In the 54th minute, Wambach was surprisingly unmarked by Russia’s defense as she executed a tap in of Rapinoe’s cross from the left to put the USA up 4-0. With the goal, Wambach extended her world record total to 165.

In the 65th minute, Rodriguez dropped the pass back just outside the box to 20-year-old Morgan Brian who drilled a shot from 23 yards out. The ball deflected off Rapinoe’s head and into the left side of the net for a 5-0 cushion. Zhamanakova had no chance to react to the deflection and Rapinoe now has 24 goals in her career.

The USA scored three more goals in the final 10 minutes. Holiday, who was a 68th-minute substitute for Brian, capitalized on a penalty kick attempt in the 81st minute after she was taken down in the box. O’Reilly converted in the 83rd minute as she darted past several defenders to knock home a pass from Christen Press just inside the right corner of the six-yard box. It was her 39th-career goal. Press capped things off three minutes later as she cut to her right inside the penalty area and rifled her shot into the upper left corner for her 11th goal in only 15 appearances. Rapinoe notched her second assist of the match on Press’ score.

Additional Notes:

  • The U.S. WNT improved to 7-0-1 all-time against Russia.
  • The USA is now 16-0-3 under head coach Tom Sermanni.
  • In Georgia-based games, the USA is 8-0-0 all-time.
  • At halftime, Sermanni switched goalkeepers, sending on Jill Loyden for Hope Solo. It was Loyden’s first appearance since splitting time with Solo during a 5-0 victory against the Korea Republic on June 20, 2013.
  • Sermanni made seven changes to the starting lineup from the USA’s 7-0 victory against Russia on Feb. 8 in Florida. The four repeat starters were goalkeeper Hope Solo, defender Ali Krieger and midfielders Carli Lloyd and Heather O’Reilly.
  • The starting back four featured Kelley O’Hara at left back, center backs Rachel Van Hollebeke and Whitney Engen, and Ali Krieger at right back.
  • Fayetteville, Ga., native Kelley O’Hara received her first cap of 2014 and saw her first game action since her start since June of 2013. As previously planned, Sermanni played O’Hara for approximately a half hour as she works her way back from a major ankle surgery. Kristie Mewis entered the match for O’Hara in the 34th minute.
  • Abby Wambach and Amy Rodriguez, who were both second-half subs in the previous match, got starts up front. Wambach and Rodriguez started together for the first time since Dec. 8, 2012, when Rodriguez earned her 100th-career cap and was the team captain during a 2-0 victory against China PR in Detroit.
  • Wambach made her 188th start and moved past Kate Markgraf (187 starts from 1998-2010) into sixth place on the all-time list.
  • O’Reilly earned her 196th cap and is now four games away from becoming the ninth WNT player to reach the 200-game mark.
  • Holiday earned her 97th cap after she came on for Brian and should be the next U.S. player to hit the century mark.
  • Sermanni switched up the front line late in the game with Sydney Leroux coming in for Rodriguez in the 75th minute and Christen Press replacing Wambach in the 81st minute.
  • Rodriguez’s goal was her first since giving birth to her son last August and she made her first start since becoming a mom.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Russia
Date: Feb. 13, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Georgia Dome; Atlanta, Ga.
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. ET
Attendance: 16,133
Weather: 72 degrees, indoors

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA                         1 7 8
RUS                          0 0 0

USA – (Own Goal) Elena Terekhova                       11th minute
USA – (Own Goal) Valentina Orlova                      50
USA – Amy Rodriguez (Heather O’Reilly)             52
USA – Abby Wambach (Megan Rapinoe)               54
USA – Megan Rapinoe (Morgan Brian)                   65
USA – Lauren Holiday (penalty kick)                      81
USA – Heather O’Reilly (Christen Press)                83
USA – Christen Press (Megan Rapinoe)                  86

Lineups:
USA:
1-Hope Solo (21-Jill Loyden, 46); 11-Ali Krieger (4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 62), 6-Whitney Engen, 16-Rachel Van Hollebeke, 5-Kelley O’Hara (19-Kristie Mewis, 34); 9-Heather O’Reilly, 25-Morgan Brian (12-Lauren Holiday, 68), 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe; 8-Amy Rodriguez (2-Sydney Leroux, 75), 20-Abby Wambach (capt.) (23-Christen Press, 81)
Substitutions Not Used:
3-Christie Rampone
Head coach: Tom Sermanni

RUS: 12-Maria Zhamanakova; 3-Valentina Orlova, 18-Elena Medved (11-Anna Sinyutina, 85), 7-Ekaterina Dmitrenko (15-Ksenia Kovalenko, 88), 19-Ksenia Tsybutovich (capt.); 4-Svetlana Tsidikova (22-Daria Makarenko, 56), 13-Alla Sidorovskaya, 20-Nelli Korovkina, 23-Elena Morozova (14-Anastasiya Chevtchenko, 46), 17-Ekaterina Pantyukhina (16-Elena Kostareva, 68), 10-Elena Terekhova (8-Karina Bliskaya, 70)
Substitutions Not Used:
1-Elvira Todua, 2-Marina Pushkereva, 9-Alena Andreeva, 21-Alena Beliaeva
Head coach: Sergey Lavrenty

Stats Summary: USA / RUS
Shots: 24 / 4
Shots on Goal: 17 / 0
Saves: 0 / 9
Corner Kicks: 8 / 1
Fouls: 9 / 8
Offside: 1 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
None

Officials:
Referee: Melissa Paola Borjas Pastrana (HON)
Assistant Referee 1: Milagros Leonardo (DOM)
Assistant Referee 2: Mark Sauro (USA)
Fourth Official: Katja Koroleva (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Heather O’Reilly

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Russia 
Date: Feb. 13, 2014 
Competition: International Friendly 
Venue: Georgia Dome; Atlanta, Ga. 
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. ET 
Attendance: 16,133 
Weather: 72 degrees, indoors

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F 
USA                         1 7 8 
RUS                          0 0 0

USA – (Own Goal) Elena Terekhova                       11th minute 
USA – (Own Goal) Valentina Orlova                      50
USA – Amy Rodriguez (Heather O’Reilly)             52
USA – Abby Wambach (Megan Rapinoe)               54
USA – Megan Rapinoe (Morgan Brian)                   65
USA – Lauren Holiday (penalty kick)                      81
USA – Heather O’Reilly (Christen Press)                83
USA – Christen Press (Megan Rapinoe)                  86

Lineups: 
USA: 
1-Hope Solo (21-Jill Loyden, 46); 11-Ali Krieger (4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 62), 6-Whitney Engen, 16-Rachel Van Hollebeke, 5-Kelley O’Hara (19-Kristie Mewis, 34); 9-Heather O’Reilly, 25-Morgan Brian (12-Lauren Holiday, 68), 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe; 8-Amy Rodriguez (2-Sydney Leroux, 75), 20-Abby Wambach (capt.) (23-Christen Press, 81)
Substitutions Not Used: 
3-Christie Rampone 
Head coach: Tom Sermanni

RUS: 12-Maria Zhamanakova; 3-Valentina Orlova, 18-Elena Medved (11-Anna Sinyutina, 85), 7-Ekaterina Dmitrenko (15-Ksenia Kovalenko, 88), 19-Ksenia Tsybutovich (capt.); 4-Svetlana Tsidikova (22-Daria Makarenko, 56), 13-Alla Sidorovskaya, 20-Nelli Korovkina, 23-Elena Morozova (14-Anastasiya Chevtchenko, 46), 17-Ekaterina Pantyukhina (16-Elena Kostareva, 68), 10-Elena Terekhova (8-Karina Bliskaya, 70) 
Substitutions Not Used: 
1-Elvira Todua, 2-Marina Pushkereva, 9-Alena Andreeva, 21-Alena Beliaeva 
Head coach: Sergey Lavrenty

Stats Summary: USA / RUS 
Shots: 24 / 4 
Shots on Goal: 17 / 0 
Saves: 0 / 9 
Corner Kicks: 8 / 1 
Fouls: 9 / 8 
Offside: 1 / 2

Misconduct Summary: 
None

Officials: 
Referee: Melissa Paola Borjas Pastrana (HON) 
Assistant Referee 1: Milagros Leonardo (DOM) 
Assistant Referee 2: Mark Sauro (USA) 
Fourth Official: Katja Koroleva (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Heather O’Reilly

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Beach Soccer National Team Opens Important 2019 with Domestic Training Camp

CHICAGO (Jan 23, 2019)—The U.S. Beach Soccer National Team will gather for its first training camp of 2019 in Huntington Beach, Calif. from Jan. 24-27. The camp kicks off an important year for the Beach NT, as it will aim to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup with a top-two finish at the 2019 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship. The USA is seeking its first qualification to the biennial World Cup since 2013.

U.S. Beach NT head coach Eddie Soto has called 16 players to the Beach NT for its year-opening camp.

U.S. Beach Soccer National Team Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Aldo Balsano (Miami, Fla.), Juan Cervantes (Los Angeles, Calif.) 
DEFENDERS (10): Tanner Akol (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Christian Blandon (Hollywood, Fla.), Fredo Dilbert (Miami, Fla.), Ryan Futagaki (Gahanna, Ohio), Irvin Garcia (Mesa, Ariz.), Bryce Kaminski (San Clemente, Calif.), Jason Leopoldo (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), David Mandragon (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Oscar Reyes (Santa Ana, Calif.), Jason Santos (Cardiff by the Sea, Calif.)      
FORWARDS (4): Alessandro Canale (Venice, Calif.), Cory Keitz (Armada, Mich.), Nick Perera (Carlsbad, Calif.), Gabriel Silveira (San Francisco, Calif.)                                                         

 It’s the first event for the Beach NT since last fall’s Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where the USA won the consolation bracket with a come-from-behind victory over Spain. Ten players return from that tournament roster, while eight return from the USA’s 2017 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship campaign.


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WNT Defeats Spain 1-0 in First Match Between Nations

ALICANTE, Spain (Jan. 22, 2019) – The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Spain 1-0 in the first international meeting between the two teams thanks to a second half goal created by a strong individual effort from halftime substitute Christen Press.

The first 45 minutes began with both teams wrestling to impose their style on the match, but after a hard-charging opening 10 minutes from Spain, the U.S. began flexing its muscles, nearly taking the lead in the 14th minute. A corner kick from the right wing was misjudged by Spain goalkeeper Sandra Paños and reached Megan Rapinoe on back left post. Her bicycle-kick attempt was pushed away by a recovering Paños as Julie Ertz crashed in looking to get her head on the ball, which slipped just past Rose Lavelle, who couldn’t react in time to stab home the loose ball at the right post.

The U.S. held the upper hand for the remainder of the half, carving out its best chances via crosses into the box, but the breakthrough did not come until the second half, when U.S. head coach introduced a trio of substitutes, including Press who fashioned the opening goal. Receiving the ball at midfield, Press turned one defender and headed directly for goal, sprinting past another before sending a shot from wide left of the goal toward the right post before it was knocked in by Spain defender Irene Paredes in the 54th minute.

From there, the U.S. looked the dominant team, creating numerous opportunities to extend its lead through Alex Morgan, Mallory Pugh and Ertz, but needed only the single goal to secure the victory after a stout defensive performance buttressed by goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher’s fine day in net when called upon.

Up Next: The WNT returns to the USA for the beginning of the eight-game, home portion of Countdown to the Cup. The opening match of the 2019 SheBelieves Cup vs. Japan at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pa. on Feb. 27 (7 p.m. ET; FS1). The U.S. will also face England on March 2 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. (4:30 p.m. ET; FOX) and Brazil on March 5 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. (8 p.m. ET; FS1) during the SheBelieves Cup.

Social: Follow the #USWNT on Facebook; Twitter and Instagram.

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Christen Press (Rose Lavelle), 54th:
The USA broke up a Spain attack at midfield and Rose Lavelle played the ball to Press near the center circle. She turned a defender and headed directly toward goal, then sprinted past a second defender and clipping a low shot from wide left of the goal toward the right post. Before the ball could reach the line, Spain defender Irene Paredes attempted to clear it but ended up putting it into her own goal. USA 1, ESP 0 [WATCH] FINAL

Additional Notes:

  • Since the 2017 SheBelieves Cup, the USA has failed to score in just one game (vs. Australia at the 2017 ToN); a 34-game span. Tonight’s goal marked the USA’s 30th consecutive match scoring a goal.
  • Alyssa Naeher earned her 41st career cap tonight. She has 22 career shutouts and is the fifth goalkeeper in U.S. history to earn 30 or more caps.
  • Becky Sauerbrunn earned her 151st cap tonight. She is now the 20th player – and only the third who has played exclusively as a defender – to feature 150 times for the U.S. WNT.
  • Julie Ertz, who did not dress for the match vs. France, made her 74th international appearance tonight. She has scored 18 international goals.
  • Rose Lavelle, who also did not dress for the game vs. France, made her first start and appearance of this year. It was cap No. 21 for Lavelle, who has scored six international goals.
  • Tobin Heath is another player who did not dress vs. France but took the field vs. Spain to make her 143rd international appearance for the USA. In 2018, Heath scored seven goals in only 10 appearances.
  • Megan Rapinoe captained the USA tonight. Rapinoe, who did not suit up vs. France, earned her 146th cap for the U.S WNT. She was the team-leader in assist last year with 12.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Spain
Date: January 22, 2019
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Estadio José Rico Pérez; Alicante, Spain
Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. ET (8:30 p.m. local)
Attendance: 9,182
Weather: 52 degrees, partly cloudy

Scoring Summary:           1             2             F
USA                                      0             1             1
ESP                                       0             0             0

USA – Christen Press (Rose Lavelle)          54th minute

Lineups:
USA: 1-Alyssa Naeher; 2-Emily Sonnett (12-Tierna Davidson, 46), 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Crystal Dunn; 8-Julie Ertz (25-McCall Zerboni, 69), 9-Lindsey Horan (11-Mallory Pugh, 46), 16-Rose Lavelle (3-Sam Mewis, 76); 17-Tobin Heath (20-Jessica McDonald, 60), 13-Alex Morgan, 15-Megan Rapinoe (capt.) (23-Christen Press, 46)
Substitutes not used: 10-Carli Lloyd, 24-Ashlyn Harris, 27-Andi Sullivan
Head Coach: Jill Ellis 

ESP: 13-Sandra Paños; 8-Marta Torrejón (capt.) (7-Marta Corredera, 65), 4-Irene Paredes, 20-Andrea Pereira, 16-Mapi León; 6-Vicky Losada (21-Andrea Sánchez Falcón, 60), 15-Silvia Meseguer, 11-Alexia Putellas; 9-Mariona Caldentey (18-Aitana Bonmatí, 73), 10-Jennifer Hermoso (22-Nahikari García, 79), 19-Amanda Sampedro (17-Lucía García, 73)
Substitutes not used: 1-Lola Gallardo, 23-Sun Quiñones, 5-Ivana Andrés, 3-Leila Ouahabi, 2-Celia Jiménez, 12-Marta Carro, 25-Ángela Sosa, 24-Alba Redondo
Head Coach: Jorge Vilda

Stats Summary: USA / ESP
Shots: 9 / 4
Shots on Goal: 3 / 2
Saves: 2 / 2
Corner Kicks: 4 / 1
Fouls: 17 / 8
Offside: 6 / 4

Misconduct Summary:
ESP – Silvia Meseguer (caution)  74th minute

Officials:
Referee: Stéphanie Frappart (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Manuela Nicolosi (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Solenne Bartnik (FRA)
Fourth official: Victoria Beyer (FRA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Christen Press

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Berhalter Selects Final 23-Player Travel Roster for U.S. MNT Matches Against Panama and Costa Rica

CHICAGO (Jan. 22, 2019) – U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Gregg Berhalter has selected the final 23-player travel roster that will prepare to face regional foes Panama and Costa Rica in the team’s opening matches of 2019.

The MNT hosts Panama on Jan. 27 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. (8 p.m. ET; ESPN2, UniMás, UDN). The USA then closes its annual January Camp with a match against Costa Rica on Feb. 2 at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif. (3:30 p.m. ET; FOX, UniMás, UDN). Fans can follow both matches on U.S. Soccer’s official Facebook, Twitter (@ussoccer_mnt) and Instagram (@ussoccer_mnt) accounts.

A total of 28 players gathered on Jan. 7 at the Elite Athlete Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., for the annual January Camp. The delegation travels to the Phoenix area this afternoon to begin final preparations ahead of the Panama match.

“We’ve had a great two weeks in Chula Vista focusing on building team culture, style of play and competing every day,” Berhalter said. “The entire group has worked hard and brought an excellent mindset, and we thank them for the consistent effort thus far. We look forward to continuing to build on these ideas in Phoenix and measure our progress in the game against Panama.”

DETAILED ROSTER BY POSITION (Club; Caps/Goals):
GOALKEEPERS (2): Sean Johnson (New York City FC; 5/0), Zack Steffen (Columbus Crew SC; 6/0)

DEFENDERS (8): Reggie Cannon (FC Dallas; 2/0), Nick Lima (San Jose Earthquakes; 0/0), Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls; 2/0), Daniel Lovitz (Montreal Impact/CAN; 0/0), Mark McKenzie (Philadelphia Union; 0/0), Keegan Rosenberry (Colorado Rapids; 0/0), Auston Trusty (Philadelphia Union; 0/0), Walker Zimmerman (LAFC; 4/1)  

MIDFIELDERS (10): Paul Arriola (D.C. United; 17/2), Corey Baird (Real Salt Lake; 0/0), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC/CAN; 142/17), Russell Canouse (D.C. United; 0/0), Marky Delgado (Toronto FC/CAN; 6/0), Jonathan Lewis (New York City FC; 0/0), Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy; 5/1), Djordje Mihailovic (Chicago Fire; 0/0), Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders FC; 5/0), Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew SC; 11/0)

FORWARDS (3): Jeremy Ebobisse (Portland Timbers, 0/0), Christian Ramirez (LAFC; 0/0), Gyasi Zardes (Columbus Crew SC; 40/6)

Four players were released back to their clubs: goalkeepers Alex Bono and Tyler Miller, defender Justen Glad and midfielder Kellyn Acosta.

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MNT Jan 22, 2019

BTC: MNT Fosters Team Cohesion During January Camp

Do you have 24-down? One of the key pillars for the U.S. Men's National Team in 2019 January Camp is team building. Go Behind the Crest as MNT players bond over crossword puzzles, a team barbecue and FIFA while continuing to train and learn a new style of play under head coach Gregg Berhalter. Read more
MNT Jan 22, 2019
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Lineup Notes: A New Challenge, USA Faces Spain in Alicante

USA vs. SPAIN Date: Jan. 22, 2019 Venue: Estadio José Rico Pérez Broadcast: ESPN2, UDN Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. ET Starting XI vs. Spain: 1-Alyssa Naeher; 2-Emily Sonnett, 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Crystal Dunn; 8-Julie Ertz, 9-Lindsey Horan, 16-Rose Lavelle; 17-Tobin Heath, 13-Alex Morgan, 15-Megan Rapinoe (capt.) Subs: 3-Samantha Mewis, 10-Carli Lloyd, 11-Mallo Read more
WNT Jan 22, 2019

Familiar Faces: Jozy Altidore and Jordan Morris Stop by January Camp

As the 2019 U.S. Men’s National Team January Camp progresses, the group welcomed two familiar faces to Chula Vista during the weekend. Veteran forwards Jozy Altidore and Jordan Morris were invited to visit the Elite Athlete Training Center to get their first taste of this new era of the National Team. “I was invited by Gregg Berhalter to come observe the group and kind of be a fly Read more
MNT Jan 21, 2019
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PREVIEW: WNT & Spain Face Each Other for First Time in History | Tuesday, Jan. 22 | 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 & UDN

The USA is coming off a 3-1 loss to 2019 Women’s World Cup hosts France on January 19 in Le Havre and will now look to get back to its winning ways when it faces Spain on Jan. 22 at Estadio José Rico Perez in Alicante (2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 & UDN). Spain will also be in France this summer after qualifying for its second Women’s World Cup. A less than full-strength U.S. Read more
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