The US Women’s National Team will host China on 27th May 2012 at 7pm (ET) in an International friendly match.


 

The match will serve as preparation for the
 London 2012 Olympics. USA are in Group G facing France, Colombia and Korea DPR.

 

US WNT Head Coach Pia Sundhage has recently been inviting players to attend various training camps to prepare for the London 2012 team selection. 
28 players are currently in New Jersey with Sundhage preparing for this Sunday’s match against China and the Team USA Olympic selection.

 

Both team’s rosters will be added to this page when they have been announced. 

 

Watch the match live on USSoccer.com. You can also follow Women’s Soccer United’s updates on our Official 
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TEAM NEWS / 27TH MAY 2012 – PIA SUNDHAGE NAMES 18 TO FACE CHINA:

Goalkeepers:
Nicole Barnhart,
Hope Solo

 

Defenders:
Rachel Buehler,
Meghan Klingenberg,
Amy LePeilbet,
Heather Mitts,
Kelley O’Hara,
Christie Rampone,
Becky Sauerbrunn

 

Midfielders:
Shannon Boxx,
Carli Lloyd,
Heather O’Reilly,
Megan Rapinoe,
Amy Rodriguez

Forwards:
Lauren Cheney,
Sydney Leroux,
Alex Morgan,
Abby Wambach

 


USA Starting Line-up: Solo, LePeilbet, Rampone (c), Buehler, O’Hara, O’Reilly, Boxx, Lloyd, Rapinoe, Morgan, Wambach 

 

China Starting Line-up: 1. Zhang, 3. Zhou (c), 4. Li, 5. Wang, 6. Ren 11. Lou, 12. Zhao, 14. Liu, 16. Wang, 18. Han, 25. Zhang

FULL-TIME / USA 4-1 CHINA:

Goals: Rui Zhang 23′, Morgan 34′, 50′, Gaoping Zhou 36′ OG, Wambach 83′)

 

 

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4 Comments
  1. Author
    Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    NWSL Update:
    The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) has announced that this Saturday’s game between FC Kansas City and the Boston Breakers will be rescheduled to a future date due to the ongoing situation in Boston. The game was scheduled to be played at 8:35 p.m. ET at Shawnee Mission District Stadium in Overland Park, Kansas.

  2. Sebastian Kanty 7 years ago

    almost forgot, why the heck did us soccer have such a huge score graphic? a fifth of the stream just vanished, so everybody could see that us and china played?…didn’t everybody already knew that…and what’s with the 80’s look, it looked awful, but i guess it’s better then no stream at all…

  3. Sebastian Kanty 7 years ago

    well, much better second half by the us, and they win pretty easily…the chinese stamina seems to have run out.,cheney and rapinoe were the best players in the second half, and maybe the game…usa will have too play better if they intend to play for gold in the olympics…but they somehow play better or more even with better teams. they play ok against low ranked teams, and teams high on the rankings, but have some issues with the teams in between..although they seem to win those games also, but not convincingly.

  4. Author
    Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Full-time: USWNT 4-1 China (Goals: Rui Zhang 23′, Morgan 34′, 50′, Gaoping Zhou 36′ OG, Wambach 83′)

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