Why the USA-France World Cup match is biggest game in women’s soccer history

Nancy Armour of USA Today –

It’s the biggest game in women’s soccer, ever.

Tonight’s World Cup quarterfinal between the top-ranked U.S. women and host France has been sold out for weeks.

And if previous games at this World Cup are any indication, half of France will likely be watching the game while ratings in the United States could threaten the record set for the 2015 World Cup final, when the Americans walloped Japan on the way to their third title.

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Final score: USA 2, France 1.

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