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This #GivingTuesday you can help support AASA by supporting programs that build awareness of the sport and organization

Help AASA develop the youth and women's game this Giving Tuesday

Team USA completed competition in the World Cup in Istanbul, Turkey. The team was amazing and is now ranked 15th in the world!. In addition, our Captain, Nico Calabria finished the tournament with 8 goals – one off from the most scored by any player in the tournament! As you may recall, the team had matches against England, Argentina and Indonesia in their group. The team advanced to the round of 16, a first! However, the team fell to Haiti in double over-time. Overall, this squad out competed any US team that has gone to the World Cup in its history. ESPN had two reporters following the World Cup and recently published this article. This article is worth the read to learn more about the team, the organization, and the World Cup experience. In addition, Veo camera produced a short video of the World Cup that will help you feel the experiences of the team.

AASA's focus in 2023 will be to develop the youth and women's game to help promote the sport and build awareness of the organization around the country. Please consider making a donation today to help support these goals.