What Is Going to Happen in the World Cup’s Most Chaotic Group?
For the U.S., the Real Women’s World Cup Starts Now
The Front Line of the U.S. Women’s National Team Is a Seven-Headed Goal-Scoring Monster
What the Replay Reviews at the Women’s World Cup Don’t See
The 2019 Women’s World Cup Isn’t About Style Points
Alex Morgan Scored Five Goals in the U.S. Women’s Opener. Seems Like a Good Sign.
The Fate of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team May Rest on One Remarkable Midfielder
The Best Player in the Women’s World Cup Might Be Heading Home Early
The Most Interesting Thing About China’s Plan to Relentlessly Foul Germany: It Nearly Worked
How France Became the Women’s World Cup Favorite
Xavi Made Modern Soccer. Did the Game Leave Him Behind?
Even Instant Replay Couldn’t Ruin the Most Exciting Soccer Match of the Year
U.S. Soccer Fans Shouldn’t Trust the Process That Led to the Hiring of Gregg Berhalter
It’s Scary How Much Better France Could Become, If They Learn to Trust Themselves
It’s Impossible to Root Against Croatia. It’s Also Impossible to Root for Croatia.
We Have Yet to Find Out if Croatia’s Players Ever Get Tired
Whichever Country Has Kylian Mbappé Is Looking Good to Win the World Cup. (It’s France.)
England’s Sterile Dominance Over Sweden Relied, as Usual, on Corners and Free Kicks
Thibaut Courtois’ Elastic Limbs Carry Belgium Into World Cup Semifinals
Uruguay Had the Perfect Plan to Beat France. Uruguay Did Not Beat France.