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Ticket prices skyrocket for U.S.-France WC match

Megan Rapinoe chats with ESPN FC about the USWNT's win over Spain, her second penalty kick of the game and the U.S.'s upcoming showdown with France.

Ticket prices for the United States' quarterfinal match against France at the Women's World Cup are skyrocketing, with one seller listing a pair of tickets for more than $11,000 on the secondary market.

The U.S. labored its way into the quarterfinals with a 2-1 win against Spain on Monday to set up a match against hosts France on June 28 in Paris, in what looks to be one of the more sought-after tickets in women's sports in recent years.

The least expensive ticket on the resale site StubHub.com...

Sweden advance to quarterfinals, emerge as World Cup dark horse

PARIS, France -- Sweden booked their place in the World Cup quarterfinals on Monday thanks to a 1-0 win against Canada. The Olympic runners-up are emerging like real dark horses in the competition and will be full of confidence when they face Germany in the next round on Saturday. Here are five takeaways from their victory at the Parc des Princes on Monday.

More drama

In terms of football, the last 16 of this 2019 Women's World Cup has not always been spectacular. But it has packed drama, from...

Atlanta's Barco out at least two weeks with injury

A pair of goals from Brandon Vazquez led Atlanta United past Columbus and into the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup.

Atlanta United standout midfielder Ezequiel Barco will miss at least two weeks due to a knee injury, coach Frank de Boer told reporters on Monday.

Barco suffered the injury during the club's win over the Columbus Crew in U.S. Open Cup play last Tuesday.

According to De Boer, Barco was kicked in the knee on multiple occasions in the contest.

The 20-year-old Barco also was named to his second straight MLS All-Star game. He has four goals and one assist in eight games (six starts) this season.

The...

Any questions how the U.S. will bounce back from mistakes? Not anymore

REIMS, France -- For all the goals, celebrations and wins of the past two weeks, the World Cup in some ways began Monday for the United States with a mistake.

Not a cataclysmic error or a failure of character. Just a mistake.

But World Cups can turn on one mistake. This one, resulting in the U.S. allowing its first goal in 674 minutes, didn't. Not yet.

With the ball at her feet, the place where she has the best claim to being among the best goalkeepers in the world, Alyssa Naeher picked the wrong...

USWNT lawsuit in the news, but pay equality a global fight at Women's World Cup

PARIS -- The biggest game of the Women's World Cup happens here Friday night, a mouthwatering quarterfinal between France and the United States. It is the ubertalented hosts against the best team on the planet. It is a showdown, a prizefight, a classic. It is the type of match that, played to its peak, might well define a tournament.

Just not this time.

Not this time, not at this tournament, not at an event where so, so many players from so, so many teams have decided to use this moment, the most...

MLS All-Stars: Wondo, Pomykal join Ibra, Rooney

Kylian Mbappe discusses a potential move to Major League Soccer in the future and also admits his admiration for LeBron James.

Major League Soccer has announced the full 26-man squad for next month's All-Star game against Atletico Madrid in Orlando.

The league on Friday revealed MLS' Fan XI selections, which included LAFC's Carlos Vela, D.C. United's Wayne Rooney, Orlando City's Nani, LA Galaxy duo Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jonathan dos Santos, and veteran U.S. stars Graham Zusi of Sporting Kansas City and Atlanta goalkeeper Brad Guzan.

The final 15 team selections were made on Monday. All-Star coach James...