The U.S. women’s national team will take the pitch again in December, hosting China for a pair of international friendlies.
The USWNT most recently claimed a 3-0 win over Colombia, following a 0-0 draw against the World Cup darling in the first of two friendlies in October.
In September, the team bested South Africa in two friendlies, rebounding from a disappointing World Cup run. The shootout loss to Sweden in the Round of 16 marked the earliest-ever World Cup exit for the USWNT. That came after the team’s worst-ever group-stage result, which included a 3-0 win against Vietnam on July 21, followed by a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands on July 26 and a 0-0 draw with Portugal on Aug. 1.
Ahead of the World Cup, the USWNT kicked off the year with two resounding wins against World Cup co-host New Zealand, then swept its three games in the SheBelieves Cup, its next two friendlies against Ireland and its World Cup send-off match against Wales.
The USWNT has a 12-4-0 (W-D-L) record so far this year. Here’s everything you need to know about the rest of the USWNT’s 2023 schedule.
The USWNT will host China in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Frisco, Texas, to close out its 2023 schedule.