Luke Boehm (facing camera), 14, high-fived his 18-year-old brother, Lance Boehm as the Kansas City residents joined other soccer fans Tuesday night in the Power & Light District to watch the U.S. play Germany in the FIFA Women’s World Cup semifinals. The United States won the match 2-0 to advance to Sunday’s championship match, where the will face the winner of Wednesday night’s semifinal match between Japan and England.
Luke Boehm (facing camera), 14, high-fived his 18-year-old brother, Lance Boehm as the Kansas City residents joined other soccer fans Tuesday night in the Power & Light District to watch the U.S. play Germany in the FIFA Women’s World Cup semifinals. The United States won the match 2-0 to advance to Sunday’s championship match, where the will face the winner of Wednesday night’s semifinal match between Japan and England. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Luke Boehm (facing camera), 14, high-fived his 18-year-old brother, Lance Boehm as the Kansas City residents joined other soccer fans Tuesday night in the Power & Light District to watch the U.S. play Germany in the FIFA Women’s World Cup semifinals. The United States won the match 2-0 to advance to Sunday’s championship match, where the will face the winner of Wednesday night’s semifinal match between Japan and England. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

KC fans show pride in sport and country at Women’s World Cup watch party in the Power & Light District

June 30, 2015 08:38 PM