PUMA y Manchester City presentan tercer kit previo a pretemporada por Asia

Jul 17, 2019

 
CDMX, México, julio 2019 – PUMA ha lanzado el tercer kit del Manchester City para la nueva temporada 2019/20 de cara a su llegada a Shanghai para un tour de pretemporada en el que tendrán cuatro juegos por Asia, el cual abarca cuatro ciudades: Nainjing, Shanghai, Hong Kong y Yokohama.
 
Siguiendo el exitoso lanzamiento a principios de mes de los nuevos jerseys de local y visita del City, el tercer kit se caracteriza por un brillante diseño gradiente de amarillo y color durazno, inspirados en el brillante estilo de juego del Manchester City dentro del campo.
 
El vibrante y disruptivo kit de colores encarna la modernidad del club, así como su misión de un juego atractivo, técnicamente habilidoso y de futbol de ataque, tanto del equipo varonil, femenil y categorías inferiores.
 
El entrenador del Manchester City Pep Guardiola comentó:” El futbol es una fuente de inspiración y goce para millones alrededor del mundo. En el campo, nuestro objetivo es jugar atacando y con un futbol entretenido, estoy encantado que el diseño de PUMA haya utilizado esta inspiración para nuestro tercer kit. Deseo poder ver el jersey sobre el campo esta temporada.”
 
El tercer kit de Manchester City estará disponible a partir del 19 de julio en: tiendas PUMA seleccionadas, Innovasport, Marti y Liverpool  a un precio de $1,499.00.
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Brazil to play Canada in opening match of FIFA U-17 World Cup 2019

Jul 11, 2019
Brazil to play Canada in opening match of FIFA U-17 World Cup 2019
The draw for the finals took place at the Home of FIFA in Zurich this Thursday, 11 July, revealing the fate of the 24 teams taking part in the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019. Brazil will play Canada in the opening match in Brasília (Gama) on 26 October.Further details on the draw are available on FIFA.com (direct link below).
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PUMA sorprende con el tercer kit del AC Milan 2019-2020

Jul 11, 2019

PUMA CELEBRA EL INICIO DE LA TEMPORADA 2019/20 CON FANS, LANZANDO EL TERCER KIT DEL MILAN

Herzogenaurach, Alemania, 10 de julio de 2019 – La empresa deportiva PUMA y AC Milan lanzaron ayer el tercer kit 2019/20, que se inspira en el fundador del club Herbert Kilpin.

Defendiendo el espíritu y la pasión de los aficionados del Milan, el kit fue lanzado en un evento exclusivo para fans The Roar of Milan (El Rugido del Milan) en Milán para marcar el inicio de la temporada 2019/20, antes de que el primer equipo masculino regrese a entrenar hoy. Los preparativos de la temporada continuarán en el centro de entrenamiento Millanello de Rossoneri antes de que el equipo se concentre en una gira de pretemporada por los Estados Unidos (vs. Bayern Munich y S.L. Benfica) e Inglaterra (vs. entre el 17 de julio y el 3 de agosto).

El tercer kit 2019/20 del AC Milan presenta una representación audaz y gráfica de la famosa declaración del fundador del club por Herbert Kilpin, quien describió los colores del club como: “Vamos a ser un equipo de demonios. ¡Nuestros colores serán rojos como las llamas y negros como el miedo de nuestros oponentes!” El diseño es símbolo de la juventud y energía del equipo AC Milan.

El jersey cuenta con la tecnología dryCELL de PUMA, una tecnología que controla la humedad que se incorpora al material para atraer el sudor de la piel a la superficie, lo que garantiza una interfaz seca en el cuerpo incluso durante el ejercicio intenso.

El tercer kit está disponible en tiendas PUMA seleccionadas, Innovasport, Liverpool, Net Shoes, Amazón y Deportes Martí a un precio de $1,499.00.

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PUMA PRESENTA EL NUEVO JERSEY DE RAYADAS 2019 – 2020

Jul 11, 2019

Monterrey, Nuevo León 17 de julio, 2019. Las Rayadas de Monterrey, mejor conocidas como “La Pandilla”, han demostrado ser una fuerza imparable en el balompié mexicano como uno de los equipos más fuertes de la Liga Mx Femenil. Para este Apertura 2019, presentan su nuevo uniforme, que portarán con la pasión y el orgullo que las caracteriza.

PUMA y Rayadas de Monterrey idearon un kit que toma como inspiración la creatividad y el movimiento de su ciudad. El nuevo jersey de local cuenta con formas dinámicas que crean la silueta de la letra “M”dentro de las rayas azules, luce cuello redondo, cuatro rayas en el lienzo frontal, los ribs de la manga en color rosa y el escudo especial propio del equipo femenil, mientras que en la espalda muestra un bloque de color blanco y sign off en color rosa con el cerro de la silla como ícono de la ciudad.

Por su parte, el kit de visita está inspirado en un mix de ideas relacionadas al Club, con la finalidad de crear un jersey con identidad que, al momento de portarlo, contagie el espíritu combativo y las ganas de hacer historia de las Rayadas. La nueva indumentaria presenta rayas que van de menor a mayor tamaño, usando una técnica de marca de agua en tonos blancos, cuello redondo y vivos en color rosa y azul cielo. 

La colección de local estará disponible a partir del 22 de julio en tiendas Innovasport, Liverpool, Sears, Netshoes, Martí y Amazon y en la tienda oficial del Club con un precio de $1,599.00 y la colección de visita estará disponible el 28 de agosto en las mismas tiendas

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Four venues appointed for historic FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019c

Jul 10, 2019
The Estádio Bezerrão in Brasília (Gama) will make football history on 26 October when it hosts the opening match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, the first-ever edition of this prestigious tournament to be staged in Brazil. The competition has previously served as a springboard for an array of world stars, such as Gianluigi Buffon, Francesco Totti, Ronaldinho, Xavi, Toni Kroos and Neymar.

The other tournament venues will be Goiânia’s Estádio Olímpico and Estádio da Serrinha, as well as the Estádio Kléber Andrade in Vitória (Cariacica), in line with FIFA and the LOC’s commitment to bringing the excitement of the FIFA U-17 World Cup to local communities that have never before hosted a FIFA event.The successors to current FIFA U-17 World Cup champions England will be decided on 17 November, also at the Estádio Bezerrão. Hosts Brazil, who are three-time winners of the tournament, will be preassigned to position A1 in the draw and will therefore feature in the opening match. The full match schedule is available on FIFA.com.“With their great passion for football and vast experience of organising world-class sporting events, I am convinced that Brazil and the Brazilian Football Association (CBF) will be fantastic hosts of this year’s FIFA U-17 World Cup. I believe that the four selected stadiums offer the right size and facilities for this competition, and we are very excited to bring this thrilling tournament to venues that have never hosted a FIFA event before. Thanks to the excellent cooperation and contribution of the CBF and Local Organising Committee, I am sure that we will be able to provide all teams, fans and officials with the best possible conditions,” said FIFA Chief Tournaments & Events Officer Colin Smith.Beside hosts Brazil, the following member associations have qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2019:AFC: Australia, Japan, Korea Republic and TajikistanCAF: Angola, Cameroon, Nigeria and Senegal*Concacaf: Canada, Haiti, Mexico and the USACONMEBOL: Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and ParaguayOFC: New Zealand and the Solomon IslandsUEFA: France, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain
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Official Emblem of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 unveiled

Jul 10, 2019
FIFA and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) are delighted to unveil the Official Emblem of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019. The emblem launch further whets appetites ahead of the draw, which will take place at the Home of FIFA in Zurich tomorrow, 11 July at 15:00 CET and will be live‑streamed on FIFA’s YouTube channel.

The emblem takes its inspiration from the country’s rich history and diverse landscapes, with a variety of distinctive elements coming together to form the shape of the tournament trophy. The base evokes the lush green of Brazil’s natural scenery. Sweeping vegetation leads the viewer’s eye past the intense reds of the Brazilian soil and yellowy orange of the country’s world‑famous gemstones towards a celebratory figure. That figure, in turn, reaches towards a ball, the design of which is inspired by the iconic curved columns of Brasília cathedral, a masterpiece by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.Football is every bit as fundamental to Brazil’s identity as are its landscapes and history. In addition to A Seleção‘s success on the pitch, the country’s experience as a host of global football competitions dates back almost 70 years to the 1950 FIFA World Cup™. More recently, the nation staged the 2014 FIFA World Cup™, which saw almost 3.5 million fans pack out stadiums in 12 Host Cities around the country.While recent major events held in Brazil have featured stars at the height of their careers, the FIFA U-17 World Cup brings together the best young footballers in the world for a unique opportunity to showcase their skills on the international stage.A string of big names – such as Fernando Torres, Gianluigi Buffon, Toni Kroos and James Rodríguez – have lit up the competition on their way to global fame. Brazilian fans will be hoping to catch a glimpse of the next Ronaldinho or Neymar, who competed in the tournament in 1997 and 2009 respectively. Moreover, with 24 teams participating, the football-loving locals are sure to be treated to a wide array of talent.The FIFA U-17 World Cup will take place from 26 October to 17 November 2019.Please visit https://www.fifa.com/u17worldcup for more information.
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FIFA launches child safeguarding programme and toolkit – FIFA Guardians™

Jul 10, 2019
FIFA Guardians™ is a new major initiative to help member associations and confederations around the world introduce stronger child safeguarding measures in football.Click HERE to read more about FIFA Guardians™Millions of children around the world are involved in football, almost all of whom follow a favourite team. Many children play in organised matches or kick-abouts and some also take an early interest in coaching and refereeing.However they may be involved in the game, what these children all have in common is the right to enjoy football in a safe environment and a culture of respect and understanding.With this firmly in mind, today FIFA launched a new dedicated programme and toolkit – FIFA Guardians™ – designed to enhance child safeguarding standards within football.Developed by FIFA together with its Child Safeguarding Expert Working Group, this new initiative aims at providing practical guidance to support the 211 FIFA member associations (MAs) in reviewing their existing safeguarding measures, to help prevent any risk of harm to children in football, and to appropriately respond if concerns arise.Containing practical guidance and support materials, the new online toolkit is based on “five principles and five steps” that are underpinned by recognised international standards and best practice in child safeguarding across sports. The FIFA Guardians toolkit is also based on the premise that keeping children safe from harm is “Up to all of Us”, no matter the country we are from or the role we hold in football.The FIFA Guardians programme will be rolled out in the coming months through a series of training modules and workshops to promote global awareness and its implementation in all FIFA MAs and by working together with the confederations.In launching the new programme today, FIFA Secretary General, Fatma Samoura, said:“FIFA’s vision is to promote the game of football, protect its integrity and bring the game to all. In realising this vision, we aim to ensure that involvement in football, in any form, is a positive experience for all children.“Furthermore, as the world governing body of football, FIFA has a duty and responsibility to ensure that those who play football can do so in a safe, positive and enjoyable environment.“Today’s launch is a landmark step for FIFA and the world of football in general, and I am confident that the FIFA Guardians programme will help to mobilise action and guide our 211 member associations around the world in reviewing and implementing their own safeguarding measures to keep children safe in football. FIFA believes this to be every child’s right.”Joyce Cook, FIFA Chief Member Associations Officer, added:“Whilst some member associations have well-developed policies and procedures in place, it is clear that many others are just starting out on their safeguarding journey.“FIFA’s new child safeguarding toolkit builds on the confidential reporting structures and safeguarding frameworks FIFA already has in place, and provides clear and practical guidance for our member associations and their stakeholders.“We will be rolling out the FIFA Guardians programme over the coming months, starting with a series of workshops and training modules to help address the needs of our members, as well as assisting them in developing partnerships with expert agencies and statutory authorities on the ground.“We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the members of FIFA’s Child Safeguarding Expert Working Group, who are leading experts in this field, for their support and expertise in developing the new toolkit.“We are delighted that they have also agreed to advise us in the further development of the FIFA Guardians programme, so that we can ensure the continued delivery of the most current and best possible guidance, to address the needs of our members in safeguarding children across the game.”To read more about the FIFA Guardians™ programme and FIFA’s child safeguarding toolkit, please click HERE.
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FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 to return to London on 2 – 4 August

Jul 9, 2019
  • 32 of the world’s best EA SPORTS FIFA 19 players will compete to become the official World Champion and win the top prize of USD 250,000
  • FIFA eWorld Cup will be live-streamed on FIFA’s and EA’s digital platforms and provide fans with the chance to experience the broadcasted event on-site at The O2 on 4 August
  • Limited event tickets are now available on fifa.com/fewc

FIFA has announced today that the FIFA eWorld Cup™ will return to London later this year, confirming that this season’s pinnacle event will once again take place at The O2 from 2 to 4 August 2019.

Having already played host to last year’s final, which saw Mosaad Aldossary crowned world champion, 32 of the world’s best EA SPORTS FIFA 19 players will compete once more at The O2. They will battle it out to become the FIFA eWorld Cup champion and to win a life-changing USD 250,000 in prize money, along with a trip to The Best FIFA Football Awards™.

As a further indication of the growing interest in competitive FIFA, the total prize money for the FIFA eWorld Cup has also been increased compared to last year’s final, and a total of USD 500,000 will be distributed among the 32 competitors.

Building on the profile of competitive FIFA this season, the culmination of this year’s EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series will offer fans an exciting three-day broadcast. Fans will also have the opportunity to experience the excitement and intensity of the broadcasted event at one of the world’s most iconic music and entertainment venues on August 04.

On-site guests will be able to meet well-known faces from the EA SPORTS FIFA scene such as Spencer Owen, Mike LaBelle and others, as well as watch the decisive matches of the FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 live in person.

Regular tickets will provide access for 4 August, including the two semi-finals as well as the final, while premium tickets will additionally offer exclusive access to the after-show party on 4 August and preferred seating. FIFA is proud to work with its worldwide partner Visa and to offer a discounted Visa pre-sale with reduced ticket prices, starting at £10 for regular tickets and £25 for the premium tickets.

Tickets are on sale now on fifa.com/fewc.

“After the incredible success of the tournament last year at The O2 in London, we are excited to once again host the FIFA eWorld Cup at such an iconic venue and to create a one-of-a-kind EA SPORTS FIFA event for the community,” said Christian Volk, Director of eFootball & Gaming at FIFA.

“With the increased prize money and a world title on the line, the tension will be higher than ever before and will create an incredible atmosphere. This season, we have seen a great appetite for content consumption of the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series and we are excited to give more fans the chance to witness the greatest competitive FIFA event to date either on-site or at home, as we crown the ultimate champion at The O2 after an exciting season.”

The top 32 players in the FIFA 19 Global Series Rankings will be determined after the FIFA 19 Global Series Playoffs, taking place from 5 – 7 July in Hamburg (Xbox) and from 12 – 14 July in Berlin (PlayStation).

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HE SÚPER CLÁSICO ARRIVES TO CHICAGOChivas de Guadalajara vs. Club América September 8th at Soldier Field

Jul 9, 2019


THE SÚPER CLÁSICO ARRIVES TO CHICAGO
Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Club América September 8th at Soldier Field 

CHICAGO, IL – July 8th, 2019 – PRIMETIME Sports, CD Chivas de Guadalajara, and Club América officially announced today that the internationally known Súper Clásico returns to the United States this September celebrating Mexico’s Independence month. This rivalry dates back to 1926 and was last played in Los Angeles in 2018 in front of over 60,000 fans. The latest edition of the Clásicowill be played at the legendary Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, September 8thand will be broadcast on Univision Deportes in the U.S. and on Televisa in Mexico.   El Súper Clásico involves the two biggest teams in Mexican soccer history and is considered one of the most prestigious sporting events in the Americas. Witnessing the rivalry match-up between Club América and CD Chivas Guadalajara is an unforgettable experience, giving fans in the United States the opportunity to attend an event like no other.  Various activities around the greater Chicago area will take place leading up to the game; including team legends, official mascots, trophies, celebrities, musical performances, food festival, as well as other celebrations that will be revealed as the game approaches.  Ticket pre-sale for Soldier Field patrons starts on Monday, July 15that 12:00 p.m. CST at Ticketmaster and for the general public on Friday, July 17that 12:00 p.m CST.  Tickets will be available at the stadium’s box office, Ticketmaster and select points of sale starting at only $40. For more information regarding this event please feel free to call 1-800-668-8080 or visit superclasicousa.com.

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USA WINS 2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP WITH 2-0 TRIUMPH AGAINST THE NETHERLANDS

Jul 7, 2019


Second-Half Goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle Lift USA to Victory; 
Rapinoe Wins Golden Ball as Tournament’s Best Player, Lavelle Receives Bronze Ball; 
Rapinoe Wins Golden Boot as Tournament’s Top Scorer, Alex Morgan Wins Silver Boot; 
The USA Finishes World Cup as the Highest Scoring Team in Tournament History;
Back-to-Back Championships Gives the USA Four Women’s World Cup Titles

LYON, France (July 7, 2019) – A sellout crowd of 57,900 fans that thundered “USA” chants throughout the game turned up at Stade de Lyon to witness the U.S. Women’s National Team claim its record fourth FIFA Women’s World Cup title with a 2-0 triumph over 2017 UEFA Women’s Euro champions the Netherlands.

Megan Rapinoe, who was awarded the Golden Ball as the tournament’s best player and the Golden Boot as its top scorer with six goals and three assists in 428 minutes played, opened the scoring for the USA in the second half from the penalty spot. Rose Lavelle, who was awarded the Bronze Ball as the tournament’s third best player, scored the USA’s second goal of the Final as the USWNT wrote another amazing chapter in the women’s soccer history books as the highest scoring team in Women’s World Cup history with 26 goals scored. The victory makes the USA only the second nation to successfully defend a World Cup crown.

U.S. head coach Jill Ellis, who is now only four wins short of becoming the winningest coach in USWNT history, made two changes to the USA’s starting XI from the semifinal, returning Rapinoe to the forward line alongside Silver Boot winner Alex Morgan (six goals, three assists in 490 minutes played) and offensive dynamo Tobin Heath, and inserting Samantha Mewis into midfield alongside defensive stalwart Julie Ertz and the all-around brilliant Lavelle.

The U.S. was methodical in its approach to the game, attacking the flanks of the Dutch defense early and often in an effort to spread the field and create chances for its plethora of attacking talents. Despite dominating 60 percent of possession in the first half, the U.S. initially had some difficulty with a packed-in Netherlands squad that played a four back with three midfielders sitting deep as neither team recorded a shot on goal in the first 20 minutes.

As the half wore on, the USA found set pieces as a productive avenue for generating shots on goal, ultimately ending the half with four on target that forced Netherlands goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal to make as many saves in the opening half as she’d had to make in the entirety of any previous match in the tournament.

Veenendaal, who was awarded the Golden Glove as the tournament’s best ‘keeper, showed why she had been given that distinction beginning in the 27 th minute when she batted away a blistering volley from Ertz. In the 27th minute, she then blocked a point-blank header from Mewis with her body before recovering to claw a Morgan redirection back into her arms as it rolled toward the goal line moments later. Veenendaal brilliantly denied Morgan a second time in the 40th minute when the U.S. forward curled a left-footed drive toward the bottom right corner.

After being held without a touch in the USA penalty area for nearly the entire opening 45 minutes, the Dutch conjured a late flurry of offense but was unable to truly trouble Alyssa Naeher in the U.S. goal as the USWNT defense cleared away three Netherlands crosses into the box.

At halftime, veteran defender Ali Krieger entered the game for right back Kelley O’Hara who was withdrawn after suffering a knock in the final moments of the first half.

Krieger proved an assured deputy as the U.S. continued its dominance in the second half, finally finding the crucial breakthrough near the hour mark. A long ball over the Netherlands defense for Morgan resulted in Stefanie van der Gragt missing an attempt to clear the ball and instead kicking Morgan in the midsection with a high boot. French referee Stephanie Frappart consulted a replay after the Video Assistant Referee contacted her and duly awarded the U.S. a penalty kick.

After Veenendaal made the first move, Rapinoe sent the spot kick into the lower right side of the goal to give the USA the 1-0 lead and become the oldest player (34 years and two days) to score in a World Cup final, breaking Carli Lloyd’s record set in the 2015 edition of the tournament.

Eight minutes later Lavelle gave the USA much-deserved breathing room with a fantastic strike into the lower right corner after carrying the ball from midfield to the edge of the Netherlands penalty area.

The 2-0 score line in favor of the U.S. forced the Netherlands forward, which opened up the game with the USA almost scoring several more goals on the counter-attack as Heath, Morgan and Dunn all drew impressive stops from Veenendaal over the final 20 minutes.

Naeher and the U.S. defense did their part at the other end, limiting the Netherlands to four second half shots, only one of which was on goal.

The USA’s historic World Cup title triumph that was celebrated by thousands of fans across France and the United States who attended matches and tuned into games in record numbers throughout the tournament comes 33 years and a continent away from the U.S. Women’s National Team first ever program win, a 2-0 result against Canada in Blaine, Minnesota on July 7, 1986.

Goal Scoring Rundown: 
USA – Megan Rapinoe (penalty kick), 61st minute: 
Ali Krieger’s attempted cross was deflected by a Dutch defender and arced into the Netherlands penalty area. Alex Morgan was first to the ball before taking a high boot from Stefanie van der Gragt in the right side of the box. After consulting with the VAR booth, referee Stephanie Frappart award the penalty kick. Rapinoe stepped to the spot for the third time in the tournament and coolly waited for Veenendaal to make the first move before dispatching the spot kick into the right side of the goal. USA 1, NED 0 [WATCH]

USA – Rose Lavelle (Samantha Mewis), 69th minute: Samantha Mewis picked out Lavelle with a short, sideways pass near midfield. With acres of space in front of her, Lavelle drove straight up field toward goal. As she approached the box, Lavelle feinted to the right to move her defender and create space for a low, left-footed shot into the bottom right corner for her third goal in her first World Cup. USA 2, NED 0 [WATCH] FINAL

Additional Notes:

  • This is the third World Cup in which the USWNT has never trailed throughout the tournament, a feat also achieved in 1991 and 2015.
  • The U.S. is unbeaten in its last 17 Women’s World Cup matches (14W-3D), winning the last 12 in a row. They are the only team to win 12 consecutive WWC matches, besting Norway’s run from ’95 to ’99. Seven of the USA’s 12 wins have been by multiple-goal margins.
  • After the win vs. the Netherlands, the USWNT is now 40-4-6 all-time in World Cup play, outscoring opponents 138-38 in 50 games. The 40 wins, 50 games-played and 138 goals scored are all FIFA Women’s World Cup records.
  • Megan Rapinoe is only the second player to start three Women’s World Cup Finals (2011, 2015, 2019), after Germany’s Birgit Prinz (1995, 2003, 2007).
  • The victory was the 102nd of Jill Ellis’ career at the helm of the USWNT. Only the late Tony DiCicco (105) has more.
  • The USWNT has had nine different goal scorers at this tournament. Only the 2003 German team (10) and the 1999 American team (10) have had more at a single WWC.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Netherlands
Date: July 7, 2019
Competition: 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup; Final
Venue: Stade de Lyon; Lyon, France
Kickoff: 11 a.m. ET (5 p.m. local)
Attendance: 57,900 (sellout)
Weather: 88 degrees, sunny

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

USA – Megan Rapinoe (penalty kick)          61st minute
USA – Rose Lavelle (Samantha Mewis)      69

Lineups:
USA: 1-Alyssa Naeher; 5-Kelley O’Hara (11-Ali Krieger, 46), 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Crystal Dunn; 16-Rose Lavelle, 8-Julie Ertz, 3-Samantha Mewis; 17-Tobin Heath (10-Carli Lloyd, 87), 15-Megan Rapinoe (capt.) (23-Christen Press, 79), 13-Alex Morgan
Substitutes not used: 18-Ashlyn Harris, 21-Adrianna Franch, 2-Mallory Pugh, 6-Morgan Brian, 9-Lindsey Horan, 12-Tierna Davidson, 14-Emily Sonnett, 18-Allie Long, 20-Allie Long, 22-Jessica McDonald
Head Coach: Jill Ellis

NED: 1-Sar Van Veendendaal (capt.); 2-Desiree Van Lunteren, 3-Stefanie Van Der Gragt, 20-Dominique Bloodworth, 6-Anouk Dekker (7-Victoria Pelova, 73); 14-Jackie Groenen, 8-Sherida Spitse, 10-Danielle Van De Donk; 21-Lineth Beerensteyn, 9-Vivianne Miedema, 11-Lieke Martens (19-Jill Roord, 71)
Substitutes not used: 4-Merel Van Dongen, 5-Kika Van Es, 13-Renate Jansen, 15-Inessa Kaagman, 16-Lize Kop, 17-Ellen Jansen, 18-Danique Kerkdijk, 22-Liza Van Der Most, 23-Loes Geurts
Head Coach: Sarina Wiegman

Stats Summary: USA / NED
Shots: 17 / 5
Shots on goal: 10 / 1
Saves: 1 / 8
Corner Kicks: 8 / 2
Fouls: 9 / 7
Offside: 3 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
NED – Sherida Spitse (caution)                 10th minute
USA – Abby Dahlkemper (caution)             41
NED – Stefanie Van Der Graft (caution)     60

Officials:
Referee: Stephanie Frappart (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Manuela Nicolosi (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Michelle O’Neill (IRL)
Fourth Official: Claudia Umpierrez (URU)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Megan Rapinoe

– ussoccer.com 

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