Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Per its title, the home video release Women's World Cup Soccer USA 2003 features a filmed record of the Women's World Cup, 2003, an event that took place in October of that year and marked the first FIFA Women's World Cup match in history. In that event, which unfolded at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, Germany battled Sweden for the title. Maren Meinert and Hanna Ljungberg spent the entirety of the game vying with each other and alternating with scored points, eventually tying up the game. Finally, Nia Kuenzer - a second-half substitute - brought victory home for her native Germany by scoring a final goal in the eighth minute of overtime, bringing the final score to 2-1, and making this cup one of the most gripping soccer matches in recent history. Released by the K.C. Sales label, Women's World Cup Soccer USA 2003 enables at-home soccer fans to relive the excitement again and again.