Hope Solo and Carli Lloyd leading the US out onto the pitch while Cat Whitehill commentates is now one of my favorite things.

I don’t know what I was expecting, but that was NOT it.

polarischaser11:

this-is-soccer:

This week starts CONCACAF Women’s Championship!

First Stage - USWNT vs Trinidad & Tobago
Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 7:30 CT. Sporting Kansas City, Kansas City.

Are your ready?




Are my ready what?

polarischaser11:

this-is-soccer:

This week starts CONCACAF Women’s Championship!

First Stage - USWNT vs Trinidad & Tobago

Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 7:30 CT. Sporting Kansas City, Kansas City.

Are your ready?

Are my ready what?

(via kriegerssmile)

Carli Lloyd vs. the Brazilians

captainuswnt:

First this happened:

And the Brazilian did what Brazilians always do:

And Carli was just like:

And then the rest of the team came to fight Carli

And they were like:

And Carli just walks away like:

Nevr 4get.

me: (thinks something mean)
me: dont be fucking rude
epitomeofloyalty:

Steal Her Look: Ashlyn Harris
BALR Bergkamp 69 Legends Shirt ($95)Gap Camo Pant ($60)Ray-ban Liteforce Wayfarer Rb4195 ($220) Nixon ‘The Time Teller’ Watch ($95) Nike Premier Soccer Ball ($30)


Perpetual, overwhelming swag..Priceless

epitomeofloyalty:

Steal Her Look: Ashlyn Harris

BALR Bergkamp 69 Legends Shirt ($95)
Gap Camo Pant ($60)
Ray-ban Liteforce Wayfarer Rb4195 ($220)
Nixon ‘The Time Teller’ Watch ($95)
Nike Premier Soccer Ball ($30)

Perpetual, overwhelming swag..Priceless

(via wash-spirit)


U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo (R) hits the ball in front of team mate Catherine Whitehill during the Four-Nation women’s soccer tournament in Guangzhou January 26, 2007.


I don’t know if there’s a picture that I enjoy more in this world

U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo (R) hits the ball in front of team mate Catherine Whitehill during the Four-Nation women’s soccer tournament in Guangzhou January 26, 2007.

I don’t know if there’s a picture that I enjoy more in this world

(Source: baby-hope, via kriegerssmile)

productofcanada:

thrace-:

The joke that keeps on giving.

I often wonder if Erin really intentionally used this as a Cinderella reference all along.

Peasant named Ella gets unexpectedly swept off her feet by an unlikely but undeniably charming suitor. True love prevails despite the improbability of it all. Peasant marries the Prince and they live happily ever after.

Nice coincidence or impeccable foresight there Erin.

*Ahem* http://youtu.be/F0zd-jROvLM

(Source: youtube.com, via wash-spirit)