FIFA Women’s World Cup is on fire

If you haven’t been watching, you should find the last two US games and catch up. The team is on fire! The games have been sensational, words cannot describe.

Japan and Sweden are tied up right now. If Sweden wins, the US will have to play a team that just beat them. If Japan wins, we’ll be watching the same sides that we saw live in the friendly here in Cary last month!

DO NOT MISS the final on Sunday! Go USA!

Meet the best women soccer players on the planet

These are the smartest players in the world. They will destroy you. Watching them move the ball is better than poetry.

And we hung out with them on Wednesday.

Literally. Even though the official roster for the United States Women’s National Soccer Team has just recently been announced, we were lucky enough to host a friendly with Japan at the Cary soccer park, right here in town – and we were 15 feet from the field! And after they shredded on the field for an hour and a half, they came over to hang out with their fans and sign autographs. The US Women’s National Soccer Team been doing this for decades. They are truly amazing people.

Don’t miss this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, starting in Germany on June 26th. 16 teams battle it out towards the final match on July 17.

Here’s Amy Rodriguez (who scored the first goal of the 2-0 victory) and Abby Wambach (my personal hero) signing Wren and Reiley’s jerseys. Holy crap.