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Women's World Cup TV Ratings Are Higher Than the Men's!

The ratings for the 2019 Women’s World Cup championship game are in and the women’s game was watched by a lot more people than last year’s men’s championship game!

Deadline reports that it looks like the final number of U.S. viewers for the women’s 2019 game will be around 19 million people. If this number holds, the game will be the second-most watched soccer match in U.S. history.

In comparison, the amount of people who watched the men’s championship game in 2018 on Fox was just 11.3 million people.

When the USA women’s team won the game on Sunday, fans in the crowd were heard shouting “equal pay!” If you didn’t know, the female players make much less money than male players despite being more popular with fans.

United States Team Wins Women's World Cup 2019!

The United States women are winners again!

The U.S. Women’s national soccer team successfully took home the title once again at the 2019 Women’s World Cup final on Sunday (July 7) in Lyon, France.

The team won 2-0 against the Netherlands, securing their forth World Cup title overall and second championship in a row.

U.S. players Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle scored goals in the second half.

Plenty of celebrities were also in attendance at the game, including Jessica Chastain and Sebastian Stan, who prepared with patriotic face paint to cheer on the women. Check out Jessica painting Sebastian‘s face!

Congratulations to the U.S. Women’s team!

Women's World Cup Final 2019 USA Vs. Netherlands - Where to Stream & Watch!

The United States women’s national soccer team and the Netherlands women’s national soccer team are going head-to-head for the title of 2019 Women’s World Cup champions on Sunday (July 7).

The game airs at 11 a.m. ET, and will be held at Stade de Lyon in Lyon, France.

You can watch the game on TV channels like Fox (including Fox Sports Go online and the app) and Telemundo (and Telemundo Deportes), or you can stream it on fuboTV, which you can try for free.

The U.S. is in the final for the fourth time, while the Dutch team are in the final for the first time. The U.S. is heavily favored to win the title.

England and Sweden will also kick off at 11 a.m. ET in the third-place match.

Hope Solo Gets Booed at Rio Olympics 2016 Over Zika Posts

Hope Solo catches a ball while playing in the Women’s Group G first round match between the United States and New Zealand during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games held at Mineirao Stadium on Wednesday (August 3) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

The 35-year-old goalkeeper helped her team to victory 2-0.

During the game, the Brazilian crowd booed her every time she touched the ball and chanted “Zika” from the stands.

This all refers to Hope‘s recent tweets about how she was preparing for the Games with a mosquito net on her head and a big bottle of insect repellent, which you can see below.

“I was pretty focused on the game,” Hope said after the game. “What goes on around me in the stadium, honestly, it doesn’t really matter.”

35+ pictures inside of the U.S. women’s soccer team playing in Rio…More Here! »

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Spain Wins World Cup, Beats Netherlands 1-0 in Extra Time

Spain takes home the trophy at the end of the World Cup final soccer match between the Netherlands and Spain at Soccer City on Sunday (July 11) in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Spain won the World Cup for the first time, 1-0, after extra time thanks to a goal by midfielder Andres Iniesta (pictured here). He struck with only four minutes remaining!

Andres is going to be celebrated for many years to come. Congrats, Spain!!!

FYI: Germany won third place during yesterday’s match.