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US Women's Soccer - World Cup preparations

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by BGRed, Jul 17, 2018.

  1. BGRed

    BGRed Starter 15 Year Member

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    Draw to be held next Saturday.

     
  2. BGRed

    BGRed Starter 15 Year Member

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    World Cup Draw tomorrow on FS2 (11 AM) - will be captivating television.

    We'll be the top seed in a group and get one of each of the other four Pots. Numbers are their world ranking.

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    No group can contain more than one team from each confederation apart from UEFA, which have nine teams, where each group must contain either one or two UEFA teams.
     
  3. BGRed

    BGRed Starter 15 Year Member

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    A decent draw for us; but, with Sweden for the 6th time in group play. Top two move on for sure and the third place team has a chance as well. 24 total teams for 16 knockout spots.

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  4. BGRed

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    US Women lost their 2019 friendly opener to France, 3-1, in France. Several US starters were out of the lineup due to illness or injury and France is #3 in the world, Not an impressive showing for sure; but, at least there are explainable excuses for the loss.

    Up next is a match in Spain on Tuesday. 1:30 PM US Central time on ESPN2.

    Other upcoming matches:
    27 Feb - 5 March: SheBelieves Cup
    Japan in Philadelphia
    England in Nashville
    Brazil in Tampa

    4 April - Australia in Denver
    7 April - Belgium in LA

    12 May - South Africa in Santa Clara
    16 May - New Zealand in St Louis
    26 May - Mexico in Harrison NJ

    Then, it's off to the World Cup in early June.
     

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