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1 August 2016
We counted down our 25, and the toughest exclusion was an early, forgotten pioneer. Scott French on our 'No. 26' who maybe should've been higher on the list:
29 July 2016
Now that you've seen who we ranked in our Top 25 of the best United States women's national team players...you do the same!
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29 July 2016
The U.S. won the first Olympic women's soccer competition in 1996 in Atlanta, and many of those players are still involved in the game. Beau Dure gets you up to date.
ISI-J Brett Whitesell
28 July 2016
It's the big question: Michelle Akers or Mia Hamm (or Abby Wambach)? Who is the greatest? Tony DiCicco coached both Akers and Hamm, and he told FFT who he'd pick...
28 July 2016
The first major star, and the pioneer that brought the USWNT into the spotlight. Scott French on our No. 1:
28 July 2016
At No. 2 on our list is a player whose greatness is known by just her first name.
28 July 2016
The margins between the top three are razor thin. Jeff Kassouf on the world's all-time leading goal-scorer:
28 July 2016
Checking in at No. 4 is the United States' ironwoman. Beau Dure explains why she is ranked so high:
28 July 2016
We're into the top five now - the legends-only club. Dan Lauletta looks at the program's most understated player, a theme among the top five...
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28 July 2016
Sure, you remember that wild 2012 semifinal and Carli Lloyd's gold-medal heroics. But many defining moments came before those. Jen Cooper looks back.

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