The 2019 U.S. Women’s Soccer World Cup Championship Shirts, Official Jerseys and other USWNT Gear

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The United State Women’s National Team is the world’s best once again; successfully defending their 2015 World Cup championship in a 2-0 victory over the the Netherlands in the 2019 Women’s World Cup championship match.

This is the fourth time in history that the USWNT can call themselves World Champions.

After a scoreless 45 minutes in the first half in Lyon, France, the Americans would score two goals in the second. The Americans nearly scored on multiple occasions in the first half, but didn’t succeed. The team went and scored two goals in the second; the first from Megan Rapinoe and the other from Rose Lavelle.

The winning goal came when Team USA was awarded a penalty kick after Alex Morgan was taken down in the box by a Stefanie van der Gragt high boot. Confirmed by Video Assistant Referee, Rapinoe stepped up and kicked in the winning goal. USA’s manager became the first to win the international competition twice and remains undefeated at Women’s World Cup.

Get U.S. Women’s World Cup T-Shirts, Jerseys

Now that Team USA has completed their journey from tournament favorites to World Champions. You can grab up some of the 2019 World Cup Championship gear like World Cup Champions performance t-shirts that you saw the team wear on the podiums, official Nike USWNT 2019 World Cup jerseys, World Cup champion adjustable cap, or a simple Team USA Dri-FIT t-shirt. To jump in on the best USWNT football merchandise, click here:

Check out more of the best USWNT World Cup gear from the 2019 competition.

Having defeated Spain in the Round of 16 then downed France and England as the USWNT continued through their knockout stage of the bracket to set up the finale with the Dutch.

“Extremely American” Rapinoe Powers USWNT

This is the United States record fourth Women’s World Cup title in another amazing performance and shut out. The somewhat controversial pink-haired U.S. captain Rapinoe again led the way ..

Two days after her birthday and sparring with President Trump on Twitter, Rapinoe pushed the ball past Sari van Veenendaal to not only score the winning goal but notching her 50th international goal and the sixth of the 2019 World Cup. With those numbers, Rapinoe won the Golden Ball trophy as tournament’s scoring leader.

“I think that I’m particularly and uniquely and very deeply American,” Rapinoe told ESPN. “If we want to talk about the ideals that we stand for, all the songs and the anthem and sort of what we were founded on, I think I’m extremely American.”

At 34 years of age and likely her last World Cup, Rapinoe became the oldest player to score in a Women’s World Cup championship match. Afterwards, Rapinoe she struck a victorious pose with arms stretched out.


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