United States Orlando Tickets
The United States women's national soccer team is the best in the world and they cemented that fact by lifting their third World Cup in 2015. It was a big win as, not only did the US retake the top spot in the FIFA Women's World Ranking, they also took revenge for Japan beating them in the last edition's final. This title is another addition to their long list of high profile wins, which includes four gold medals at the Olympic games, ten Algarve Cups and seven Four Nations Tournament triumphs. Now they are in line to face Brazil next and you can be there for this game as well. Just get your United States Orlando tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the Florida Citrus Bowl.
The reigning World champions are back in action as the United States Women's national soccer team gets ready to face their counterparts from Brazil. The US soccer team has been close to unbeatable over the last few years and they cemented their place as the best in the world by lifting their third World Cup in the year 2015.
There Goes the Whistle
The US women's soccer team played its first international game in 1985 when they faced the Italians in a friendly. They lost that fixture, but it turned out to be the start of something amazing as they went about stamping their authority on the sport.
Their first appearance in an international tournament came at the inaugural women's World Cup in 1991. They went unbeaten and beat Norway in the final to become the first world champions of women's soccer.
Since that World Cup win, the team has arguably been the best in the business. They have now won a total of three World Cups, the last of which came in 2015. They have also won four gold medals at the Olympic Games, seven CONCACAF Gold Cups, ten Algarve Cups and seven Four Nations tournaments.
Now they are busy preparing for their perennial rivals, the Brazilian women's national soccer team and you can be there to witness to this contest as well. Just grab your United States Orlando tickets and enjoy this clash, live at the Florida Citrus Bowl.