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USWNT upcoming schedule: Hayes’ team beat South Korea (twice) ahead of Olympics

The Emma Hayes era is finally upon the United States women’s national team, and she has two more friendlies before she leaps into the cauldron in a bid to fix the USWNT’s (relative) Olympic woes.

Hayes won her first two games in charge of the USWNT, with resounding 4-0 and 3-0 victories against South Korea showcasing how much depth and talent she has at her disposal. But everyone is expecting a gold medal in Paris this summer to really get her USWNT coaching career off and running.

The Yanks won gold medals in four-of-five Olympics from the sport’s 1996 debut in the Games through 2012, but lost in the 2016 quarterfinals and won bronze in 2020.

[ MORE: USWNT records — most goals, caps, wins ]

It’s a new but not entirely new era, as two top-10 cap winners are still in the squad with Alex Morgan and Becky Sauerbrunn. Penalty-stopping hero Alyssa Naeher remains in the pool, and captain Lindsey Horan has been around since 2013.

16-year-old Lily Yohannes scored on her debut in the 3-0 friendly win against South Korea and Hayes may have a new rising star, with the Ajax midfielder set to be a big part of Hayes’ squad in the coming years.

Longtime Chelsea boss Hayes was hired in November 2023 and now all eyes are on her to see how the four-time World Cup-winning USWNT fare.


USWNT in 2024: Results, upcoming schedule

*if necessary

W Gold Cup
vs Dominican Republic — Feb. 20 — Won 5-0
vs Argentina — Feb. 23 — Won 4-0
vs Mexico — Feb. 26 — Lost 2-0
vs Colombia — March 3 — Won 3-0
vs Canada — March 6 — Drew 2-2, won 3-1 on pens
vs Brazil — March 10 — Won 1-0 Recap, highlights

SheBelieves Cup
vs Japan — April 6 — Won 2-1
vs Canada — April 9 — Drew 2-2, won 5-4 on pens

Friendlies
USWNT 4-0 South Korea — June 1 — Hayes wins debut — Recap, highlights
USWNT 3-0 South Korea — June 4 — Highlights
vs Mexico — 3:30pm ET July 13 in Harrison, New Jersey
vs Costa Rica — 7:30pm ET July 16 in Washington, D.C.

Olympics
vs Zambia — 3pm ET July 25 in Nice
vs Germany — 3pm ET July 28 in Marseille
vs Australia — 1pm ET July 31 in Marseille
*Quarterfinals — August 3
*Semifinals — August 6
*Bronze medal match — 9am ET August 9
*Gold medal match — 11am ET August 10


USWNT in 2023: Results

Friendly
vs Wales — July 9 — Won 2-0

World Cup
vs Vietnam — July 21 — Won 3-0
vs Netherlands — July 26 — Drew 1-1
vs Portugal — Aug. 1 — Drew 0-0
vs Sweden — Aug. 6 — Drew 0-0, lost 5-4 on penalties

Friendlies
vs South Africa — Sept. 21 — Won 3-0
vs South Africa — Sept. 24 — Won 2-0
vs Colombia — Oct. 26 — Drew 0-0
vs Colombia — Oct. 29 — Won 3-0
vs China — Dec. 2 — Won 3-0
vs China — Dec. 5 — Won 2-1