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Your CONCACAF Women’s Champions: The United States National Women’s Team

The U.S. Women's National Team defeated Costa Rica 6-0 at PPL Park in Chester Pennsylvania, to capture the CONCACAF Women's Championship, 24 October 2014.  The final score was 6-0.  (Photo via U.S. Soccer)

Congratulations, indeed.

And what … a … show. With 11,625 in attendance at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania, the U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Costa Rica in a definitive display of, well, top-flight fútbol. The final score, USA 6-0 CRC.

Of note, well, yes you might have noticed something in the scoreline. There may be no I in team, but there is an A, and today A was for Abby. Continuing her world-record setting season, Abby Wambach notched another four goals today.

No, that is not a typo. She scored four goals.

We might, however, note that there is, in fact, an I in individual, and it is worth observing that the USWNT swept the individual awards.

Right. Something about congratulations to the CONCACAF Women’s Champions.

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@ussoccer_wnt. “Final: USA 6, CRC 0.” Twitter. 26 October 2014.

U.S. Soccer. “WNT Rolls Past Costa Rica 6-0 to Win 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship Crown”. 26 October, 2014.

The Time for All Good Fans to Come to the Aid of the US Women’s National Team

The United States Womens National Team advanced to the CONCACAF final against Costa Rica with their 3-0 win against Mexico.  The victory also earned the American team their ticket to the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup.

Good news, everyone!

24 OCTOBER 2014: Christen Press crosses against Mexico at PPL Park. (Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)Really. The United States Womens National Team topped Mexico 3-0 Friday night at PPL Park.

The 8,773 people who showed up saw a CONCACAF semifinal game folded in there, as well. The final is today: U.S. vs. Costa Rica.

Congratulations are definitely in order. That much is obvious.

Oh, and by the way, this is also happening:

Abby Wambach continues to add to her world goal scoring record after tallying career goals No. 172 and 173 against Haiti on Oct. 20 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. On June 20, 2013, Wambach passed the legendary Mia Hamm to become the world’s all-time leading scorer when she pounded in four goals against South Korea at Red Bull Arena. Hamm had 158 international goals from 1987-2004. The match against Haiti marked the 111th win for the USA in a game in which Wambach has scored at least one goal (111-2-8). Wambach has scored 48 goals in her past 59 games over 2012, 2013 and 2014. She is also third all-time in assists with 65, behind only Kristine Lilly (105) and Hamm (144).

Oh, yes. Congratulations. Y’think?

Kickoff is 6 pm Eastern; game is broadcast on FOX Sports 1.