Mia Hamm describes what stood out to her most over the course of the three-week run in Germany.
See the best action photos from Sunday's Japan vs. USA match.
When her kids became interested in soccer, Abby Wambach's mom checked out a book about it from the library. Her daughter took it from there.
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ABC and ESPN will be celebrating Title IX's anniversary with a lineup on women's sports programming on June 23.
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For much of this Women's World Cup, destiny seemed to be the U.S.'s constant companion. In Sunday's final it proved fickle, as Japan claimed its first title, writes Jeff Carlisle.
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U.S. Women's soccer star Abby Wambach says she's proud of her team despite the loss to Japan in penalty kicks.
Dates: June 26 - July 17, 2011
Host Nation: Germany
Group A: Germany, Canada, Nigeria, France
Group B: Japan, New Zealand, Mexico, England
Group C: United States, North Korea, Colombia, Sweden
Group D: Brazil, Australia, Equatorial Guinea, Norway
U.S. Soccer stars Hope Solo and Alex Morgan talk about their Women's World Cup experience. Plus, Colin Cowherd discovers Hope Solo's grandmother lives in his hometown.
U.S. players acknowledge disappointment but give lots of credit to Japan.
Kelly Smith is the best women's soccer player ever produced by England, the country that invented the game. After a struggle with alcohol abuse and depression, the former Seton Hall star is sober and focused. Her story is one of six told in espnW's HERoics soccer film series. Watch the full documentary »