U.S. Women's World Cup champions honored in New York City | USA TODAY

U.S. Women's World Cup champions honored in New York City | USA TODAY



The U.S. women’s soccer team won its fourth World Cup title July 7 — and Wednesday it will celebrate in style with a ticker tape parade in New York.

The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m ET at The Canyon of Heroes along Broadway from Battery Place to City Hall, where a ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m ET.

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10 Comments on "U.S. Women's World Cup champions honored in New York City | USA TODAY"

  1. Go hell lady with purple hair should out of U.S. cuz she pulled flag down

  2. annnnnd…..nobody cares.

  3. I think it's embarrassing to have these anti-American b**** and the spotlight. They are unpatriotic and they do not need to be in our country. Far as I'm concerned we lost by having these losers

  4. USA part of Great Britain..

    Queen eblizabeth 2 as leader of USA not Donlad Trump..

  5. No-class dykes who got beaten by an under age 15 boys team!!🤣🤣🤣

  6. Ridiculous nonsense.

  7. Did you know that these women who won it were beaten by 15 year old boys in soccer. Pathetic.

  8. The men getting paid 10 times more than the women, is like paying the Browns 10 times more than the Patriots.

  9. The Beckys have done it again!

  10. Trump is more American than that whole team together is

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