What do you want to know about the Women's World Cup?

The United States players hold the trophy as they celebrate winning the Women’s World Cup final soccer match against The Netherlands at the Stade de Lyon in Decines, outside Lyon, France on July 17, 2019. There are a lot of “firsts” at this year’s Women’s World Cup, which begins July 20. It’s the first time 32 nations will compete — several making their World Cup debut — and it’s the first time two countries will host the event. It’s also the first year the United States women’s national team will play under new equal-pay agreements.

Among the firsts are several […]

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