Doubles from Alessia Russo and Beth Mead and a debut goal from 20-year-old Grace Clinton helped England thrash Austria 7-2 in a women's international friendly in Algeciras, Spain, on Friday.
Canada legend Christine Sinclair bid an emotional farewell to international soccer on Tuesday with one final match that brought an end to a superlative career.
Christine Sinclair is arguably one of the last few women's players whose star won't be recognized to the full extent of her talent. That is her extraordinary legacy.
Jaedyn Shaw scored the go-ahead goal in the 79th minute to give the United States women a 2-1 victory over China on Tuesday night in the Americans' final match of the year.
Trinity Rodman had a goal and two assists to help the United States beat China 3-0 in an exhibition match in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Saturday.
Christine Sinclair's farewell tour got off to an excellent start as Canada defeated a second-string Australia side 5-0.
Matildas captain Sam Kerr will miss Australia's upcoming international friendlies against Canada in Langford and Vancouver because of a foot injury.
There's no denying that Jaedyn Shaw, Mia Fishel and Alyssa Thompson are the future of the USWNT but, when given the opportunity to shine, it's clear they can also be the present.
Mia Fishel and Jaedyn Shaw both scored their first international goals and the United States defeated Colombia 3-0 on Sunday.
The performance bore a strong resemblance to what the world saw of the United States at the Women's World Cup: the good, the bad and the ugly of that.
Alex Morgan missed a penalty at the end of the first half and the United States settled for a scoreless draw with Colombia in a friendly in Sandy, Utah, on Thursday night.
The Matildas will renew their rivalry with Olympic champions Canada as they bring their momentous 2023 to a close in Vancouver.