February 26 – Mexico shocked the USA with a 2-0 win in the Dignity Health Park stadium in Carson, Los Angeles, on a stunning night of Gold Cup football. This may be the inaugural W Gold Cup but it is already delivering the drama, emotion and surprises of the men’s version.
February 26 – Argentina closed out their group matches in the Dignity Health Park stadium in Carson, Los Angeles, with a 3-0 win over the Dominican Republic. It was less comfortable than they were probably expecting but still guarantees them progression to the quarter finals of the W Gold Cup this weekend.
February 25 – Canada controlled their second Group C match against Paraguay from start to finish in the Shell Energy Stadium in Houston to guarantee qualification for the knock out rounds that begin next weekend in Los Angeles.
February 26 – Costa Rica kept themselves in contention for a quarter final spot with a 2-0 win over a battling El Salvador. Both goals were breakaways scored by Priscilla Chinchilla.
February 24 – In an exciting end-to-end encounter at the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego Brazil beat Colombia 1-0 with a Duda Santos goal to secure their spot in the knockout rounds and send a message to the USA women’s team that they mean business.
February 24 – Puerto Rico delivered one of those Gold Cup nights at the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego that will live long in the memory, stunning Panama with a 2-1 win that positions them for qualification for the quarter finals at their first appearance at a major finals.
February 24 – The USA put four past Argentina at the Dignity Health Park stadium, scoring three in eight minutes in the first half, to stamp their authority on the W Gold Cup and guarantee progression to the quarter finals.
February 23 – Mexico dispatched Dominican Republic 8-0 in the second round of Group A games to put behind their failure to score against Argentina well and truly behind them, and warm them up for what will be a big night at the Dignity Health Stadium on Monday against the USA.
February 23 – With the W Gold Cup closing out the first round of group games, Concacaf has announced another sponsor partner with Hilton becoming the confederation’s Official Hotel Partner for the 2024 Champions Cup and the 2024 W Gold Cup.
February 22 – The Canadian Soccer Players’ Association, which represents the national women’s team, has filed a $40 million lawsuit against 15 current and former board members of Canada Soccer alleging “negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.”
February 23 – Canada eased passed El Salvador 6-0 at the Shell Energy Stadium in Houston in the opening game of their W Gold Cup campaign.
February 23 – Paraguay opened Group C with a 1-0 win over Costa Rica in the Shell Energy Stadium in Houston.
February 22 – U.S. Soccer have partnered up with New York Life on a multi-year deal that will make it the federation’s official life insurance partner.
February 22 – The US women’s team, undergoing a regeneration of their squad as they work out who make selection for the Olympics this summer, still have the oldest team competing at the W Gold Cup.
February 22 – Brazil stuttered to a 1-0 win over Puerto Rico to open their W Gold Cup campaign on what for them was a chilly evening for the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, but for lovers of the beautiful game a heart warming reminder of why this is truly the world’s game.