We won! We won! WE WON!!!!

What better way to round out your 4th of July weekend and kick off your week than with the US Women’s National Team’s decisive victory over Japan? In an incredible display of athleticism and teamwork, these women dominated the field and showed the world what it looked like to play like a girl. The team also made history last night with the highest scoring final in Women’s World Cup history. Even the President himself gave Carli Lloyd a Twitter shoutout and invitation to The White House for her contribution to the win. Their dedication, perseverance, and positivity made them an unstoppable force that couldn’t be ignored. We’re so proud!

For the first time in 17 years, the FIFA Women’s World Cup is back in the hands of the U.S. Women’s National Team, who defeated Japan 5-2 on Sunday before an estimated crowd of 53,341 in Vancouver, Canada.
Their tenacity and excellence has inspired a whole new generation of girls and boys to go out and work their hardest at pursuing their dreams.

Check out some of our favorite posts from around the web, highlighting this victory!


And this one cracked us up. Position: President.

Congrats, US Team, we’re celebrating with you! What was your favorite moment?