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  • FCKC welcomes home World Cup champions

    At the FC Kansas City women’s soccer game on Monday against the Houston Dash, both teams welcomed home FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer players. The game ended in a 1-1 tie, with the FCKC point scored by World Cup player Lauren Holiday and the Houston Dash point scored by World Cup player Carli Lloyd. Video by Annie Schugart/aschugart@kcstar.com

FCKC welcomes home World Cup champions

At the FC Kansas City women’s soccer game on Monday against the Houston Dash, both teams welcomed home FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer players. The game ended in a 1-1 tie, with the FCKC point scored by World Cup player Lauren Holiday and the Houston Dash point scored by World Cup player Carli Lloyd. Video by Annie Schugart/aschugart@kcstar.com
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