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United States Women's National Team Profile

With four Women's World Cup titles, four Olympic gold medals and 10 CONCACAF Championships/Gold Cups to their name, the USA women's soccer team is the most successful women's side in history.

We have all you need to know about the USWNT including results, upcoming matches, key players, stats, and more.

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United States Women's National Team results

Date

Competition

Opponent

Result

Sept. 24, 2023

Friendly

South Africa

2-0, USWNT win

Oct. 26, 2023

Friendly

Colombia

0-0 tie

Oct. 29, 2023

Friendly

Colombia

3-0, USWNT win

Dec. 2, 2023

Friendly

China

3-0, USWNT win

Dec. 5, 2023

Friendly

China

2-1, USWNT win

Feb. 20, 2024

W Gold Cup group stage

Dominican Republic

5-0, USWNT win

Feb. 23, 2024

W Gold Cup group stage

Argentina

4-0, USWNT win

Feb. 26, 2024

W Gold Cup group stage

Mexico

2-0, USWNT loss

March 3, 2024

W Gold Cup quarterfinal

Colombia

3-0, USWNT win

March 6, 2024

W Gold Cup semifinal

Canada

2-2 (3-1 penalties), USWNT win

March 10, 2024

W Gold Cup final

Brazil

1-0, USWNT win

April 6, 2024

SheBelieves Cup

Japan

2-1, USWNT win

April 9, 2024

SheBelieves Cup

Canada

2-2 (5-4 penalties) USWNT win

United States Women's National Team schedule

Date

Time (ET)

Competition

Opponent

Venue

June 1, 2024

5 PM

Friendly

South Korea

Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, Colorado

June 4, 2024

8 PM

Friendly

South Korea

Allianz Field, St. Paul, Minnesota

July 13, 2024

3:30 PM

Friendly

Mexico

Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey

How to watch the United States Women's National Team

The place to watch the USWNT depends on which competition they play in.

For the Women's Gold Cup starting in February, fans can tune into Paramount+ to see the team. The SheBelieves Cup can be watched on the streaming service MAX and Turner Sports channels TNT or TBS. All USWNT games are streamed on Peacock with Spanish-language broadcasts.

United States Women's National Team 2023 World Cup review

The 2023 Women's World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand was a massive disappointment for the United States. The Stars and Stripes won just one of their four matches, bowing out against Sweden in the round of 16.

The USWNT's one win was against Vietnam, ranked 37th in the FIFA World Ranking, in the group stage. Their second and third group stage games were a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands and a 0-0 draw with Portugal. The team scored four goals from 9.3 expected goals.

Since then, the US Soccer federation has made a coaching change and a plethora of the more experienced players - namely Megan Rapinoe and Julie Ertz - retired from international play. World Cup coach Vlatko Andonovski was fired, and Chelsea manager Emma Hayes - regarded as the best manager in women's soccer - will take over after the European club season ends.

United States Women's National Team World Cup history

No team can better the USA's record in the Women's World Cup. 

The USA have featured in all eight editions of the tournament. Before their round of 16 exit in 2023, third place was their worst finish, occurring in 1995, 2003 and 2007. 

They have won the World Cup on four occasions, claiming the inaugural title in China in 1991 along with the 1999 edition on home soil, as well as the last two tournaments in 2015 and 2019. 

They finished as runners-up to Japan in the 2011 World Cup in Germany. 

In total, the Stars and Stripes have won 40 of their 50 matches at Women's World Cups, drawing six and losing four. 

The last World Cup in 2019 was the second time in history they won all of their matches in the tournament.

United States Women's National Team Gold Cup history

The Gold Cup, also known as the CONCACAF Women's Championship, has been kind to the USWNT. The Stars and Stripes have won the tournament that features North American and Caribbean countries all but two times, when Canada won it. The only time the USA didn't make at least the semifinals was 1998.

The 2024 edition of the tournament kicks off on February 17, with games taking place in Houston, Texas, Carson, California, and San Diego, California.

United States Women's National Team Olympics history

The USWNT has won four of the seven Women's Soccer tournaments in the Olympics, including the first-ever edition in 1996.

The team has not won either of the last two tournaments, with Germany winning in 2016 and Canada winning in 2020. Under Emma Hayes, the team will get a shot to win their fifth trophy in this competition in the summer of 2024.

The manager - Emma Hayes

Emma Hayes was announced as the replacement for Vlatko Andonovski late in 2023. Hayes has won the FA Women's Super League six times with Chelsea, including four straight leading into the current season, and she brought the club to its first-ever Women's Champions League final in 2020.

Hayes is regarded as one of the top managers in women's soccer due to her tactical knowledge and person-to-person management. She has never managed an international team, but she spent two years in the United States as the coach of the Chicago Red Stars from 2008-2010.

The sporting director - Matt Crocker

Matt Crocker is the technical director for the United States Soccer Federation, having previously worked in a similar capacity at Southampton FC in England. 

He was named to the role in April 2023 and officially began working for U.S. Soccer full-time in August 2023. He was been involved in overseeing the team and played a role in the hiring of Hayes and the re-hiring of USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter.

Key active players

NamePositionAgeUSWNT CapsUSWNT GoalsClub team
Rose LavelleCM289224Gotham FC
Lindsey HoranCM2913931Lyon
Trinity RodmanFW21287Washington Spirit
Sophia SmithFW233815Portland Thorns
Naomi GirmaCB23260San Diego Wave
Midge PurceFW28264Gotham FC
Lynn WilliamsFW305917Gotham FC
Alana CookCB26291Seattle Reign
Emily FoxRB25391Arsenal

Stats

Most appearances - Top 5 active players

Becky Sauerbrunn217 caps
Alex Morgan215 caps
Kelley O'Hara156 caps
Crystal Dunn125 caps
Lindsey Horan120 caps

Most goals - Top 5 active players

Alex Morgan121 goals
Lindsey Horan31 goals
Rose Lavelle24 goals
Lynn Willaims17 goals
Sophia Smith15 goals

Most appearances all-time

Kristine Lilly354 caps
Carli Lloyd316 caps
Christie Pearce311 caps
Mia Hamm276 caps
Julie Foudy274 caps

Most goals all-time

Abby Wambach184 goals
Mia Hamm158 goals
Carli Lloyd134 goals
Kristine Lilly130 goals
Alex Morgan121 goals

United States Women's National Team FIFA World Ranking

The USWNT is currently ranked second in the FIFA World Rankings, behind 2023 World Cup winners Spain. The USWNT was ranked first from June 2017 to August 2023, when it dropped to third - its worst ranking since the system launched in 2003 - behind Spain and Sweden. It moved up to second in the latest update in December 2023.

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