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USWNT’s ‘Victory Tour’ brings World Cup champions to Soldier Field in October

The U.S. women’s national team will face South Korea in Jill Scott’s final match as head coach.

USWNT is coming to Chicago in October.
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The United States women’s national team will complete its “Victory Tour” in celebration of winning the 2019 Women’s World Cup at Soldier Field in October. The match against South Korea’s national team will be the final match ever coached by Jill Ellis, who announced her upcoming resignation from the program recently.

USWNT will play five games as part of the “Victory Tour” to hype the team that captured the nation’s attention after a thrilling World Cup run. The first match will be Aug. 3 against Ireland at the Rose Bowl. The tour will also pass through Philadelphia, Charlotte and St. Paul, Minnesota.

The world champions will take the field at 1 p.m. CT on Oct. 6 to face the Korea Republic at the home of the Bears, who will be on the other side of the country playing the Raiders on the same day. It’s the only game during the run that will be broadcast on ESPN, with ESPN2 and FS1 covering the other four games.

Tickets for the USWNT match at Soldier Field will go on sale to the public Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. CT through US Soccer’s website.