The American women's national football team won the prize for the best team at the ESPYS 2019 in Los Angeles on Wednesday and # 13 Alex Morgan won the individual honor of Best Female Athlete. Megan Rapinoe is depicted on the microphone while the team accepts the Best Team prize at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday night

The American women's national football team celebrated its victory for the women on both shores on Wednesday, honored with a ticker-tape parade in New York City before flying to the west coast and collecting trophies at The ESPYS in the evening.

The FIFA champions won the prize for the best team of the year at the show in honor of the top athletes and sporting moments of the past year and # 13 Alex Morgan won the female athlete of the year.

& # 39; Sorry, but this is probably the second best trophy we've won this week, & # 39; Morgan said jokingly, lifting her individual trophy.

Megan Rapinoe told the audience when she represented her team on stage to found the group trophy: & # 39; I dropped the F-bomb in every phase of the last four days, so we'll save you that & & # 39;

That was after she accidentally flashed the audience when her black tuxedo jacket opened and exposed her left breast and she got up from the front row, a wardrobe malfunction caught by cameras showing the show's internal food.

An ABC spokesperson said the show would be further processed for the mountain and western time zones.

Comedian Tracy Morgan chaired the show on Wednesday evening at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

During her time on the microphone, football player Morgan thanked ESPN for her recent deal to wear NWSL games.

& # 39; When the World Cup is over, it is the professional competition that we constantly have to step up and grow, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Investments in women and girls should not only take place on the playing fields, but also in the stories of badass, great women who continue to show that we are more than just athletes. & # 39;

The American women's national football team won the prize for the best team at the ESPYS 2019 in Los Angeles on Wednesday and # 13 Alex Morgan won the individual honor of Best Female Athlete. Megan Rapinoe is depicted on the microphone while the team accepts the Best Team prize at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday night

The American women's national football team won the prize for the best team at the ESPYS 2019 in Los Angeles on Wednesday and # 13 Alex Morgan won the individual honor of Best Female Athlete. Megan Rapinoe is depicted on the microphone while the team accepts the Best Team prize at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday night

During her time on the microphone while accepting her individual prize, the best female athlete winner and football player Alex Morgan (photo) thanked ESPN for her recent deal for wearing NWSL games. & # 39; When the World Cup is over, it is the professional competition that we constantly have to step up and grow, & # 39; she said

During her time on the microphone while accepting her individual prize, the best female athlete winner and football player Alex Morgan (photo) thanked ESPN for her recent deal for wearing NWSL games. & # 39; When the World Cup is over, it is the professional competition that we constantly have to step up and grow, & # 39; she said

During her time on the microphone while accepting her individual prize, the best female athlete winner and football player Alex Morgan (photo) thanked ESPN for her recent deal for wearing NWSL games. & # 39; When the World Cup is over, it is the professional competition that we constantly have to step up and grow, & # 39; she said

& # 39; Investments in women and girls should not only take place on the playing fields, but also in the stories of badass, great women who continue to show that we are more than just athletes, & # 39; said Alex Morgan.

Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock announced the best team prize and said: & # 39; Everyone who favors equal pay, say yes & # 39 ;.

The crowd responded with a song that was heard a lot in recent days, screaming & # 39; equal pay! & # 39; together.

The American women's team has called on the American football federation to receive a reward equal to that of their male counterparts.

Academy Award Winner Sandra Bullock (photo) announces the best team prize and says: & # 39; Everyone who favors equal pay, say yes & # 39 ;. The crowd responded with a song that was heard a lot in recent days, screaming & # 39; equal pay! & # 39; together

Academy Award Winner Sandra Bullock (photo) announces the best team prize and says: & # 39; Everyone who favors equal pay, say yes & # 39 ;. The crowd responded with a song that was heard a lot in recent days, screaming & # 39; equal pay! & # 39; together

Academy Award Winner Sandra Bullock (photo) announces the best team prize and says: & # 39; Everyone who favors equal pay, say yes & # 39 ;. The crowd responded with a song that was heard a lot in recent days, screaming & # 39; equal pay! & # 39; together

Rapinoe (right) told the audience when she represented her team on stage to found the group trophy: & # 39; I dropped the F-bomb in every phase of the last four days, so we'll save you that & # 39;

Rapinoe (right) told the audience when she represented her team on stage to found the group trophy: & # 39; I dropped the F-bomb in every phase of the last four days, so we'll save you that & # 39;

Rapinoe (right) told the audience when she represented her team on stage to found the group trophy: & # 39; I dropped the F-bomb in every phase of the last four days, so we'll save you that & # 39;

That was after Rapinoe (second from the right) accidentally flashed the audience when her black tuxedo jacket opened and uncovered her left breast and she got up from the first row, a wardrobe malfunction caught by cameras showing the show's internal feed . Rapinoe is depicted with Russell Wilson (left), Ciara (second from left) and her partner, Sue Bird (right)

That was after Rapinoe (second from the right) accidentally flashed the audience when her black tuxedo jacket opened and uncovered her left breast and she got up from the first row, a wardrobe malfunction caught by cameras showing the show's internal feed . Rapinoe is depicted with Russell Wilson (left), Ciara (second from left) and her partner, Sue Bird (right)

That was after Rapinoe (second from the right) accidentally flashed the audience when her black tuxedo jacket opened and uncovered her left breast and she got up from the first row, a wardrobe malfunction caught by cameras showing the show's internal feed . Rapinoe is depicted with Russell Wilson (left), Ciara (second from left) and her partner, Sue Bird (right)

The American football team for men is paid much more than the ladies' team, despite the fact that women receive more income and are considerably more successful.

The women have won four World Cups since 1991, while the best the men have ever played on FIFA's world scene in third place in 1930.

& # 39; Keep fighting for equality, & # 39; Billie Jean King told the team from the stage earlier in the show.

Carli Lloyd informed the crowd that the team had done their hair and makeup during the flight from New York while accepting the Best Team award in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Carli Lloyd informed the crowd that the team had done their hair and makeup during the flight from New York while accepting the Best Team award in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Carli Lloyd informed the crowd that the team had done their hair and makeup during the flight from New York while accepting the Best Team award in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Carli Lloyd informed the crowd that the team had their hair and makeup done during the flight from New York.

& # 39; We look pretty fantastic, I think, & # 39; said Lloyd. & # 39; It was an incredible journey. This is the next world championship. & # 39;

Other athletes recognized the victory of the Women & # 39; s World Cup from the podium, including Drew Brees, winner of the best record-breaking performance.

& # 39; It will be forever in history & # 39 ;, said the new Lonzo Ball player from New Orleans Pelikans on the red carpet. & # 39; I don't even watch football and I watched it. That means a lot. & # 39;

& # 39; We look pretty fantastic, I think, & # 39; said Lloyd. & # 39; It was an incredible journey. This is the next world championship. & # 39; The team is on the red carpet at the EPSYS in Los Angeles on Wednesday

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup selection, by Position and Club

KEEPERS (3):

  • Adrianna Franch * (Portland Thorns FC)
  • Ashlyn Harris ** (Orlando Pride)
  • Alyssa Naeher ** (Chicago Red Stars)

DEFENDERS (7):

  • Abby Dahlkemper * (NC Courage)
  • Tierna Davidson * (Chicago Red Stars)
  • Crystal Dunn * (NC Courage)
  • Ali Krieger *** (Orlando Pride)
  • Kelley O & # 39; Hara *** (Utah Royals FC)
  • Becky Sauerbrunn *** (Utah Royals FC)
  • Emily Sonnett * (Portland Thorns FC)

MIDFIELDERS (6):

  • Morgan Brian ** (Chicago Red Stars)
  • Julie Ertz ** (Chicago Red Stars)
  • Lindsey Horan * (Portland Thorns FC)
  • Rose Lavelle * (Washington Spirit)
  • Allie Long * (Reign FC)
  • Samantha Mewis * (NC Courage)

FORWARD (7):

  • Tobin Heath *** (Portland Thorns FC)
  • Carli Lloyd **** (Sky Blue FC)
  • Jessica McDonald * (NC Courage)
  • Alex Morgan *** (Orlando Pride)
  • Christen Press ** (Utah Royals FC)
  • Mallory Pugh * (Washington Spirit)
  • Megan Rapinoe *** (Reign FC)

* First Ladies World Cup

** Second World Cup Ladies

*** Third Ladies World Cup

**** Fourth World Cup Ladies

Source: American football

The ESPYS gather top sports and entertainment stars to commemorate the past year in sports by recognizing important sporting achievements, commemorating unforgettable moments and greeting the leading artists and performances.

The show recognizes achievements in a wide range of categories and showcases inspiring human stories through three pillar awards: the Arthur Ashe Award for courage, the Jimmy V Award for perseverance and the Pat Tillman Award for Service.

The ESPYS support ESPN & # 39; s ongoing commitment to the V Foundation for Cancer Research, launched by ESPN with the late Jim Valvano in 1993.

Valvano was a legendary North Carolina State University basketball coach and ESPN commentator. Since 1993, the Foundation has funded more than $ 225 million in national cancer research grants by allocating 100 percent of direct donations to cancer research and programs.

At the end of the show, Tracy Morgan said: & # 39; Let's pay these ladies and cure cancer! & # 39;

ENTIRE LIST OF ESPYS WINNERS IN 2019

Best male athlete: Giannis Antetokounmpo

Best female athlete: Alex Morgan

Best Breakthrough Athlete: Saquon Barkley

Best game: Rams beat Chiefs on Monday Night Football

Best academic athlete: Zion Williamson

Best record breaking performance: Drew Brees

Best games: Katelyn Ohashi

Best viral sporting moment: Katelyn Ohashi & # 39; s perfect 10

Best Upset: Andy Ruiz Jr. beats Anthony Joshua

Best international football player for men: Lionel Messi

Best international soccer player for women: Sam Kerr

Best NFL player: Patrick Mahomes

Best MLB player: Christian Yelich

Best NHL player: Alexander Ovechkin

Best driver: Kyle Busch

Dear NBA player: Giannis Antetokounmpo

Best WNBA player: Breanna Stewart

Best boxer: Canelo Álvarez

Best MMA hunter: Daniel Cormier

Best male golfer: Brooks Koepka

Best female golfer: Brooke Henderson

Best male tennis player: Roger Federer

Best female tennis player: Serena Williams

Best male action Sports athlete: Nyjah Huston

Best Female Action Athlete: Chloe Kim

Best Jockey: Mike Smith

Best male athlete with a handicap: Mark Barr

Best female athlete with a disability: Allysa Seely

Best bowler: Norm Duke

Best MLS player: Zlatan Ibrahimović

Best NWSL player: Sam Kerr

Dear Esports moment: oLarry returns to NBA2k

Best WWE moment: Roman Reigns returns to WWE Raw

Best team: US Women & # 39; s National Soccer Team

Best moment: Lindsey Vonn, Rob Gronkowski and Dwyane Wade

Best comeback: St. Louis Blues wins the Stanley Cup

SPECIAL PRICES

Jimmy V Award for perseverance: Rob Mendez

Arthur Ashe Award for courage: Bill Russell

Pat Tillman Award for service: Kirstie Ennis

Best coach: Jim Calhoun

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