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Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer

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Tomorrow, the Bay Area Cyber-Rays and the Atlanta Beat will compete for the first championship of the Women's United Soccer Association. The professional league features many of the world's best female players. Host Melissa Block talks with American Brandi Chastain, captain of the Cyber-Rays, about the championship game, and the future of the league.

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