United States vs. Mexico women's soccer: Unbeaten women play friendly at RFK Stadium
Matches have been few and far between for the United States Women's National Team lately, but on Tuesday night, they'll take on one of their rivals in the district.
The ladies will play Mexico in an international friendly at RFK Stadium Tuesday, their first game since defeating South Korea 5-0 in New York on June 20.
In that match, striker Abby Wambach scored twice to pass United States soccer legend Mia Hamm as the world's all-time leading goal scorer among women.
The United States has not lost a match in 2013, going 9-0-2 in 11 matches this year. They're the top ranked team in the world and are riding a 34-game unbeaten streak which dates back to March 5.
The national team has not played in Washington since May 10, 2008, when they routed Canada 6-2 at RFK. The women have never lost in D.C., going 7-0 in their previous seven visits to the nation's capital.
Mexico dropped its last decision to the United States on Jan. 24, 2012, a 4-0 loss in a 2012 Olympic qualifier held in Vancouver.
Tuesday's game kicks off at 8 p.m. and will be aired on Fox Sports 1.