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Taylor Swift’s Epic ‘1989’ Tour: Every Night With Us Is Like a Dream

By Rob Sheffield

Rob Sheffield

Welcome to New York! Ish! Taylor Swift brought it all back home last night, or at least to New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, for her 1989 Tour. Never one to do things halfway, Swift has made this a pop show — or rather the pop show, as far as 2015 is concerned. The whole night was a two-hour pop-blitz spectacle, where the songs retain all the teardrops-on-my-guitar intimacy of her early days, except blown up into massive electro-warrior emotional avalanches pushing the can’t-even-ometer into the red. This show had it all: life lessons (“You are not the opinion of someone who doesn’t know you!”), synth-disco raves, acoustic ballads, explosions, video interviews with her cats, sparkle-intensive costume changes, a Weeknd duet and oh yeah, the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team parading through the crowd to “Style” in front of 60,000 screaming fans. That kind of night.

When Bruce Springsteen plays NYC, he likes to joke about how the city’s beloved hometown icons — Sinatra, the Statue of Liberty, the sports teams — are rooted in Jersey. There was an element of that when Swift kicked off with her new theme song “Welcome to New York,” explaining, “Although we’re in New Jersey, our story opens in New York.” But these songs aren’t really about any particular city any more than they’re about any particular boy — they all take place in the galaxy Taylor creates in her songs, one where everything orbits around one girl’s mood swings, where boys are disposable and cats are keepers, where girlfriends matter and lying about your feelings is not how things are done around here. (A handwritten sign taped to a door backstage: “Cats Roaming. Do Not Open.” Only on Planet Tay.) It was the kind of show that could only make emotional sense in a stadium this size.

As always, the hardcore fans were a crucial part of the spectacle, in full gear with their costumes and glowsticks. The crowd was, as Taylor said, “jumping and dancing and loud and lit up and dressed up.” There was a gang of girls with their birthdates bedazzled on their shirts a la the 1989 logo—2004, 2007, etc—while their moms proudly repped 1976. Two girls with matching lightboards, one saying WE’RE TOO BUSY DANCING and the other TO GET KNOCKED OFF OUR FEET. A couple of girls with homemade Mean Girls -style shirts announcing, “You Can’t Swift With Us.” The fan faves were probably the girls carrying giant Starbucks venti cups as big as they were, with the logo tweaked to STARBUCKS LOVERS and Taylor’s face in the middle. That’s how a Swift show works: You love the players and you love the game.

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“We all have different insecurities, different fears, different scars,” Taylor announced. “There are many different types of people here tonight. But we have one thing in common: When we feel great amounts of joy or great amounts of pain, we turn to music, and that’s why we’re here tonight.” The show was a marathon—19 songs, stretching almost to midnight. The new songs, despite their studio sheen, really kick live—especially synth-pop epiphanies like “New Romantics” (where Taylor’s male harem of private dancers toted her around on a park bench) and “Blank Space.” She rocked a glow-in-the-dark polka-dot ensemble for “How You Get The Girl,” as her dancing boys twirled neon umbrellas and her band staged an extremely welcome twin-guitar duel. She picked up her trusty acoustic guitar for “Can’t Feel My Face” with the Weeknd, whose hair might have been the most truly 1989 thing in sight.

She radically revised the oldies, which did not stop anyone from singing them. “I Knew You Were Trouble” began with a slow creepy goth-industrial intro — loads of the Sisters of Mercy’s Andrew Eldritch in her vocals! Floodland , holla! — before the drums kicked in and turned it into a rock-me-Amadeus stomp. “Love Story” became a synth ballad, as she whisked around the stadium on her magic levitating catwalk. Even better was the hair-metal version of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” which has never-ever-ever sounded this nasty–Taylor in leather at the lip of the stage, doing a perfect version of the Slash guitar slouch, shoulders hunched, hair falling over face. Who knows, maybe Tay will do an full-on Headbanger’s Ball album next time.

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And because she’s Taylor, she talked the talk. You have never heard a pop star say “Let me clarify that statement” more times in one night. It got heavy, like when she confessed, “Real talk, Jersey: I haven’t always felt like I have real friends, or any friends at all.” She gave the crowd her list of friendship requirements (“You have to like me” and “you have to want to spend time with me,” with various codicils and subclauses). She also told us, “If I had my way, everything would be simple for all of you. I wish nobody would ever mess with your mind. I wish nobody would wait two days to text you back, when you know they had their phone with them the whole time!” That line got one of the biggest roars of the night.

But the hugest moment had to be “Style,” when she brought out the U.S. soccer team, just a few hours after their ticker-tape victory parade. They looked like they were having a blast, strutting down the catwalk, waving giant flags. (After the show they gave her a SWIFT #13 team jersey.) She also brought out Project Runway host Heidi Klum, who if memory serves is from one of the countries the U.S. team aufed in the tournament. (Let the healing begin!) Tay’s been preaching the girl-bonding gospel so long, it’s easy to take that part of her game for granted — but that’s just a measure of how much she’s changed the pop-star landscape. For “Bad Blood,” she struck a pose with video comrades Hailee Steinfeld, Lily Aldridge, Gigi Hadid and Lena Dunham — she shows off her girlfriend collection the way rock bands like Guns N Roses or Great White used to make videos where the girlfriends lounge around the soundstage.

(And speaking of Taylor girlfriends, a sincere question: have Haim always been this good? I wasn’t a fan going in but their opening set was fire, roughing up their pop hits and doing a fantastic version of “Oh Well,” by the Peter Green edition of Fleetwood Mac, which sounds sounds so snotty as a sullen-teen-girl anthem — “Don’t ask me what I think of you / I might not give the answer that you waaant me toooo.” Somewhere, Peter Green must be proud these black magic women have given this song a new life.)

As usual for a Swift show, the quiet moments were some of the most intense, especially “Clean,” “This Love” and the piano medley of “Enchanted” and “Wildest Dreams,” where she whipped out the piano-hair windmills. One of the highlights was “You Are In Love”—not just a deep cut, but a bonus track—where she led the whole crowd in a sing-along. Funny how all the state-of-the-art special effects can’t hold a glowstick to the visceral power of 60,000 fans singing about love pains.

It all ended with “Shake It Off,” with fireworks, confetti and dancing boys in purple Angus Young schoolboy outfits. All night, the Eighties concept took many different forms — from the pre-show mix tape (Human League, Toto, Fine Young Cannibals and my girl Tiffany) to the beats. But mostly, it’s in the way she embodies the Eighties ideal of a pop star — Madonna, Prince, Bruce — as an auteur who makes every album, every tour something new. Honestly, if Taylor Swift had just done the Red tour all over again, plugging in the new songs with some greatest hits, that would have been fine with absolutely everyone. Taking the easy way would have been 100 percent good enough. It just wasn’t what she wanted to do. Instead, she wanted to push a little harder and make a gloriously epic pop mess like this. What a night.

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1. “Welcome to New York” 2. “New Romantics” 3. “Blank Space” 4. “I Knew You Were Trouble” 5. “I Wish You Would” 6. “How You Get the Girl” 7. “I Know Places” 8. “All You Had to Do Was Stay” 9. “Can’t Feel My Face” with The Weeknd 10. “You Are in Love” 11. “Clean” 12. “Love Story” 13. “Style” 14. “This Love” 15. “Bad Blood” 16. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” 17. “Enchanted”/“Wildest Dreams” 18. “Out of the Woods” 19. “Shake It Off”

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It's official: Fans will be able to shake it off with Taylor Swift all through 2015.

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It’s official: Fans will be able to shake it off with Taylor Swift all through 2015.

The singer officially announced a 1989 World Tour Monday morning (Nov. 3), writing on Twitter , “So yeah, #The1989WorldTour is happening!! Go to http://TaylorSwift.com  for details. I CANNOT WAIT!”

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The tour will kick off in Louisiana on May 20, 2015 and will hit North America and Europe before heading to Australia in December 2015.  Vance Joy , whose song “Riptide” Swift memorably covered last month, is supporting all North American dates. Shawn Mendes will also join the tour for select performances, per her official site . General public tickets for the North American leg will go on sale Nov. 14; American Express cardholders and members of the TaylorSwift.com email list will be able to purchase tickets Nov. 7. 

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May 20, 2015 – Bossier City, LA – CenturyLink Center May 22, 2015 – Baton Rouge, LA – LSU Tiger Stadium May 30, 2015 – Detroit, MI – Ford Field June 2, 2015 – Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center June 3, 2015 – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena June 6, 2015 – Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field June 8, 2015 – Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena June 9, 2015 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena June 13, 2015 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field June 20, 2015 – Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany – Lanxess Arena June 21, 2015 – Amsterdam, North Holland Netherlands – Ziggo Dome June 23, 2015 – Glasgow, Scotland United Kingdom – SSE Hydro June 24, 2015 – Manchester, NW England United Kingdom – Arena June 27, 2015 – London, England United Kingdom – British Summertime Hyde Park July 6, 2015 – Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre July 7, 2015 – Montreal, QB – Bell Centre July 11, 2015 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium July 13, 2015 – Washington, DC – Nationals Park July 18, 2014 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field July 24, 2015 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium July 25, 2015 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium August 1, 2015 – Vancouver, BC – BC Place Stadium August 4, 2015 – Edmonton, AB – Rexall Place August 5, 2015 – Edmonton, AB – Rexall Place August 8, 2015 – Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field August 15, 2015 – Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium August 17, 2015 – Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena August 18, 2015 – Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena August 25, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center August 26, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center August 29, 2015 – San Diego, CA – PETCO Park September 4, 2015 – Salt Lake City, UT – EnergySolutions Arena September 5, 2015 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center September 6, 2015 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center September 9, 2015 – Fargo, ND – Fargodome September 11, 2015 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center September 12, 2015 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center September 16, 2015 – Indianapolis, IN – Bankers Life Fieldhouse September 17, 2015 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena September 18, 2015 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena September 21, 2015 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center September 22, 2015 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center September 25, 2015 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena September 26, 2015 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena October 2, 2015 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre October 3, 2015 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre October 8, 2015 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena October 9, 2015 – Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center October 10, 2015 – Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center October 13, 2015 – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center October 14, 2015 – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center October 17, 2015 – Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium October 20, 2015 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena October 21, Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum Complex October 24, 2015 – Atlanta, GA – Georgia Dome October 27, 2015 – Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena October 31, 2015 – Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium

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See Over 57 of Taylor Swift's 1989 Tour Guests Take the Stage with Her

Taylor Swift might be a solo artist, but she definitely isn't alone in the friend department. The "Bad Blood" singer proved that she has several buddies in very high places, and she can even get them to join her on the stage no matter what city she's in.

During her 1989 Tour Swift welcomed a bunch of her celebrity pals to share the stage with her. The performances included some of our favorite music artists like Justin Timberlake and Mary J. Blige. Plus, there were also non-singers who took to the stage, such as Ellen DeGeneres and Julia Roberts. There were so many surprise appearances that it was hard to keep up with all of the unforgettable moments. Luckily we've got the history-making performances in one place.

Keep scrolling to see all of Swift's special guests.

May 30, 2015

Victoria's Secret models Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt struck a fierce pose on stage in Detroit, Michigan.

Swift's gal pal Hadid even danced to the music while on stage in Detroit, Michigan.

Imagine Dragons member, Dan Reynolds, belted out a song with Swift in Detroit, Michigan.

June 6, 2015

The country band Little Big Town took to the stage in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

June 12, 2015

Echosmith singer Sydney Sierota graced the stage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Actress Mariska Hargitay and model Cara Delevingne shared the spotlight with Swift in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

June 13, 2015

Encore! Hargitay had a double dose of fun in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with Swift.

June 27, 2015

Martha Hunt, Kendall Jenner , Serena Williams , Karlie Kloss , Gigi Hadid, and Cara Delevingne, showed Swift major love in London, England.

July 10, 2015

The U.S. Women's National Soccer team celebrated winning the FIFA World Cup with Heidi Klum and Swift in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

The Weekend sang a duet with Swift in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Hailee Steinfeld , Lily Aldridge , Gigi Hadid, and Lena Dunham all reunited in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

July 11, 2015

Nick Jonas took fans by surprise as he hit the stage in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

In East Rutherford New Jersey Swift showed off her squad with appearances from Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Uzo Aduba , Karlie Kloss, Behati Prinsloo , and Gigi Hadid.

July 13, 2015

Grammy award winning singer Lorde joined swift during the Washington, D.C. stop.

July 14, 2015

Jason Derulo showed Swift his support during the Washinton, D.C. stop.

July 18, 2015

Andy Grammer hopped on stage during Swift's performance in Chicago, Illinois.

Empire 's Serayah McNeill song along with Swift in Chicago, Illionois.

July 19, 2015

Australian model Andreja Pejic and British model Lily Donaldson took to the stage in Chicago, Illinois.

Sam Hunt serenaded Swift and the crowd in Chicago, Illinois.

July 25, 2015

Swift performed with Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller, aka MKTO, in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

July 24, 2015

Walk the Moon's Nicholas Petricca had fun on stage in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

August 1, 2015

The duo Nico and Vinz showed up at Swift's Vancouver performance.

August 8, 2015

Fetty Wap made a surprise appearance during the Seattle, Washington leg of the tour.

Singer Ciara and her boyfriend football player Russell Wilson were on stage during the Seattle, Washington show.

August 14, 2015

Fifth Harmony lit up the stage in Santa Clara, California.

August 15, 2015

Julia Roberts and musician Joan Baez united with Swift in Santa Clara, California.

In Santa Clara, California English girl group Little Mix performed with Swift.

August 21, 2015

NBA star Kobe Bryant shocked guests during a Los Angeles, California show.

OneRepublic's frontman Ryan Tedder rocked with Swift in Los Angeles, California.

August 22, 2015

In Los Angeles, California Uzo Aduba had fun on stage with Swift.

Mary J. Blige showed Swift and her fans love in Los Angeles, California.

Actors Chris Rock and Matt LeBlanc teamed up with model Sean O'Pry to surprise concert goers in Los Angeles, California.

August 24, 2015

Swift brought Alanis Morissette to the stage during a performance in Los Angeles, California.

Ellen DeGeneres made everyone laugh while on the stage in Los Angeles, California.

The Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines joined Swift for a duet in Los Angeles, California.

August 25, 2015

Beck and St. Vincent wowed Swift's fans during another surprise in Los Angeles, California.

John Legend surprised Swift's fans during a show in Los Angeles, California.

August 26, 2015

Selena Gomez surprised fans in Los Angeles, California.

Lisa Kudrow sang "Smelly Cat" in Los Angeles, California with Swift.

Justin Timberlake joined Swift during one of her five performance in Los Angeles, California.

August 29, 2015

Singer OMI united with Swift for a surprise performance in San Diego, California.

Avril Lavigne rocked the crowd during Swift's San Diego, California show.

September 9, 2015

Wiz Khalifa brought a lot of energy to Houston when he performed "See You Again" with Swift.

September 16, 2015

In Indianapolis, Indiana, The Band Perry encouraged Swift to join them with her guitar.

September 18, 2015

The sparkles and fringe were doubled when Sydney Sierota hit the stage during the Columbus, Ohio stop.

September 21, 2015

Country music star, Dierks Bentley, united with Swift for the ultimate surprise in Kansas City, Missouri.

September 25, 2015

Steven Tyler brought the house down when he surprised concert goers in Nashville.

September 26, 2015

British singer Leona Lewis joined the party to sing a duet of her hit "Bleeding Love" with Swift.

Steven Tyler came back for another round with T. Swift and fans.

September 29, 2015

Nelly had too much fun with Swift and Haim as they belted out their tunes in St. Louis, Missouri.

October 2, 2015

Keith Urban rocked the stage with Swift in coordinating all black outfits in Toronto, Canada.

October 3, 2015

Charli XCX had too much fun on stage with Swift during a performance in Toronto.

October 17, 2015

Ellie Goulding joined her bff to perform her hit "Love Me Like You Do" in Texas.

October 21, 2015

In Greensboro, North Carolina, Swift channeled her country heritage during a sassy duet of "Little Red Wagon" with Miranda Lambert.

October 27, 2015

Miami Heat's basketball star Dwyane Wade represented during Swift's stop in Miami.

Pitbull, also known as Mr. 305, shocked fans with a Cameo during the Miami show for the 1989 Tour.

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Concert goers in Tampa, Florida received a very special Halloween surprise when Idina Menzel joined Swift to sing "Let it Go" from Frozen .

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Taylor swift's surprise songs from night 2 of the eras tour in milan, including an interesting reputation song, share this article.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour continued its international journey on Sunday night in Italy (afternoon in the United States) with the second of two shows in Milan. The now 14-time Grammy winner will be touring almost non-stop for the entire year, and at each show she adds two “surprise songs” to her 44-song, three hour plus set list.

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For the second night in Milan, Swift continued the double mashups that she loves so much. On guitar, she played “Mr. Perfectly Fine” from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) combined with “Red” from Red. On piano, Swift went with a mashup of “Getaway Car” from Reputation and “Out Of The Woods” from 1989. 

🚨| Taylor Swift's Surprise Songs for 'The Eras Tour' in Milan, Italy! #MilanTSTheErasTour – the 1/Wonderland (Mashup) and I Almost Do/The Moment I Knew (Mashup) – Mr Perfectly Fine/Red (Mashup) and Getaway Car/Out Of The Woods (Mashup) pic.twitter.com/JEW1HqlIM3 — The Eras Tour (@tswifterastour) July 14, 2024

With the potential announcement of Reputation (Taylor’s Version) looming, some fans found the playing of “Getway Car” with “Out Of The Woods” intriguing. Could she be hinting at a departure from 1989 Taylor’s Version into maybe a new one?

Next up, Swift heads to Gelsenkirchen, Germany for two shows starting July 17.

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Taylor Swift swallows bug in Milan, leaves audience feeling like they're 'The 1'

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Taylor Swift left the crowd in Milan, Italy thinking they were "the 1" after her acoustic set.

In a sleek sunrise orange dress, Swift grabbed her guitar and stepped up to the microphone.

"I try to challenge myself to do things I've never done before or songs I haven't played for a long time," she said to the sold-out San Siro Stadium in Italy's fashion capital.

"I've never done this one in the acoustic section before so ..." Swift said strumming "The 1." The track was a part of year one of the Eras Tour and served as the opening number to the "Folklore" era. When Swift scrambled her show in Paris and combined "Folklore" and "Evermore" into one set, "Cardigan" became the opener.

The singer mashed in "Wonderland" from "1989 (Taylor's Version)."

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Italian audience to Taylor: 'You're very beautiful.'

Before she could begin her piano selection, the Italian audience chanted, "Sei bellisima," which translates to "you're very beautiful."

Speechless, Swift cupped her mouth and said: "Wow, no one has ever been this nice to me in my entire life."

"I bet this time of night you're still up," she sang from her flower-painted piano. The opening line of "I Almost Do" from "Red (Taylor's Version)" excited the crowd. The wristbands lit up in bright blue and the moment was beautiful until an insect flew into Swift's mouth , causing her to pause and cough.

"There's so many bugs here tonight," she said.

For the third time on the Eras Tour , a bug has interrupted the Eras Tour. On night three in Wembley Stadium, she asked the London crowd to keep singing "All Too Well" after an insect flew into her mouth. On night three in Chicago, a similar instance happened at Soldier Field.

Swift finished the chorus of "I Almost Do" in Milan before mashing in her tragic heartbreak song, "The Moment I Knew." She has one more performance in Milan.

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USWNT 1-0 Mexico takeaways: How much is left to learn before the Olympics?

HARRISON, NEW JERSEY - JULY 13:  Sophia Smith #11 of the United States is defended by Karen Luna #5 of Mexico during the first half at Red Bull Arena on July 13, 2024 in Harrison, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/USSF/Getty Images for USSF)

The U.S. women’s national team ’s send-off series is more about learning than celebrating.

For much of the first 45 minutes, the pregame celebration of the 1999 Women’s World Cup-winning team was the most excitement offered in Harrison, New Jersey as the U.S. kicked off its Olympic send-off games against Mexico.

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After a handful of missed chances in the first half, Trinity Rodman , Mallory Swanson and Sophia Smith finally combined to give the U.S. the lead.

But the U.S. scored just one goal from 17 total shots, and the game showed how much more the USWNT needs to grow into head coach Emma Hayes’ system with the Olympics just a few weeks away.

The weather was also a factor, with soupy conditions thanks to the heat and humidity, and loud boos accompanied Korbin Albert’s arrival on the field, as well as her first few touches.

“For the chances we’ve created, we’re not hitting the frame enough,” said Hayes afterwards. “I still think that’s something to add. But I think the difference in momentum from first half, the second half was even bigger for us. Much more control. But I think we’re only scratching the surface.”

Meg Linehan, Steph Yang and Jeff Rueter discuss the key moments…

It took a while, but the U.S. attack found a goal

Throughout the 2024 season, Rodman has been working to refine her chance creation game. She hasn’t struggled to find targets with the Washington Spirit , as they were among the NWSL ’s best teams before the Olympics break.

However, the focus on getting her final ball refined is paying off with the USWNT. Already a first-choice option at right wing in 2023, Rodman’s crosses and through balls have kept her in the lineup this year despite having not yet scored for her national team in 2024. Sequences like the one that led to the game’s only goal reinforce why she’s likely to stay in the lineup this summer.

Throughout the first hour, the United States struggled to threaten goalkeeper Esthefanny Barreras. Their build-up was often plodding as the team works to install Hayes’ tactical tenets into their second nature decision-making. The result was that Mexico was able to comfortably shift side to side to keep up with the USWNT’s angles of build-up — that is, until the 64th minute.

International Goal No. 2️⃣0️⃣ Sophia Smith is the 11th player in #USWNT history to reach 20 goals before turning 24 years old! #USWNT x @VW pic.twitter.com/XdV2ljCy5v — U.S. Women's National Soccer Team (@USWNT) July 13, 2024

Rather than recirculate, Rose Lavelle — who spent most of her shift operating in the right half-space as an off-center playmaker — spotted Rodman sprinting down the right flank and rewarded her with a well-weighted pass. Rodman advanced the ball to the edge of the box before centering to Swanson, who prodded it to her left to find Sophia Smith. Smith calmly moved the ball to her right foot before finding the far side of the net for her 20th international goal.

It’s understandable why Hayes wants to establish more sustainable possessive principles into her players, both to try facilitating more in-game chances while diminishing opponents’ chances to trouble the USWNT defense. Like we saw in the W Gold Cup quarterfinal against Colombia, however, the collective pace and versatile skillsets of Swanson, Smith and Rodman makes this team incredibly difficult to contain in transition moments. If the USWNT is going to make a run for the gold in Paris, it’s almost certain these fast-break moments will be crucial to winning close contests.

Jeff Rueter

A good but not great (yet) midfield

The U.S. midfield was all about Lavelle this game. She was the one covering ground, finding space and getting the offense set up in front of goal. While it’s good to see her able to set up the space in front of her quickly, the team needs more out of Lindsey Horan to really capitalize on Lavelle.

It did help that Sam Coffey was also clicking in this game, often successfully reading Mexico’s offense and coordinating with Tierna Davidson to cut off play and restart the ball from the back. But Horan was too prone to turnovers or pressuring ineffectively for the 65 minutes she was on the field. A little more aggressive counter-pressure might have yielded results for Mexico off of Horan and you definitely don’t want that from your captain right before a tournament.

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On the other hand, we also got a look at Croix Bethune and Jaedyn Shaw in the midfield, if only for part of the second half. They were in a line with Rodman in a 4-2-3-1 and both worked at coming central or rotating out to the wing to be available, an exciting addition to an offense that has incredible tools to fulfill their stated philosophy of being fluid and adaptable.

“I think we’re working on being a little more tactically flexible and when things felt like it wasn’t working in the first half, I think we want to do something a little different in the second half,” said Lavelle afterwards. “And so I think me going deeper just kind of happened, it worked. But we’re trying to, as a group, learn how to adjust on the fly and be a little smarter with our adjustments during the games.”

“There’s no denying when the game opens up, I think we thrive,” added Hayes. “My goal is to thrive in all moments. We still have a lot of learning to do with that as a team, as a collective.”

How did the crowd respond to Korbin Albert?

Korbin Albert entered the match in the 65th minute, replacing Horan in the midfield. Hayes previously made entreaties for fans not to boo Albert, but on Saturday the sold-out crowd of 26,376 at Red Bull Arena did not hold back with their reaction — both upon her entrance to the match, and the first few times she touched the ball.

“She’s been a delight to coach. I think she’s had a really, really tough time. She’s really struggled, and I think some of that has shown in her performances,” Hayes said last month . “Understandably. She’s a young person and having to deal with a lot of criticism, rightfully so. She can hear the noise in the stadium. That’s affected her.”

Arguably, the crowd’s reaction in New Jersey was one of the loudest ones following public discovery and reporting around Albert’s social media activity, including sharing anti-LGTBQ+ content . Albert apologized at the time via a post on her Instagram Stories, which are designed to be temporary posts.

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Hayes, for her part, fully backed Albert as a player and a person last month, saying she earned her Olympic roster spot fully on merit.

“All I can say, firsthand, having spent limited time with Korbin, is that she really is a lovely person and someone who really values the most important things; that she’s spending time working on herself, as we all do, and I look forward to building on that with her,” Hayes said. “I want everybody to know that my job is to make sure I keep doing that. I want the fans to really embrace Korbin, because I do. I think she’s a tremendous human being.”

Meg Linehan

A work in progress?

June’s friendlies were teeming with feel-good factors as the program kicked off the Hayes era. Lavelle celebrated her 100th cap. Lily Yohannes marked her debut with a cooly taken shot. Before and after games, the first regular interactions with Hayes helped the media fully acclimate to the dawn of whatever is to come under her leadership.

Although today’s game and Tuesday’s against Costa Rica are nominally friendlies, they’re unlikely to feel as breezy as last month’s matches. Upon appointing Hayes, U.S. Soccer made a calculated gamble that hiring her was worth a lost half-year of having a permanent coach on the touchline. Interim coach Twila Kilgore operated in line with Hayes’ vision, as has been made clear by the simultaneous wanes and emergences of several players in the USWNT pool.

Still, the team is adjusting to Hayes’ management — especially tactically. Throughout the first half, a team already languishing in the summer afternoon heat looked even slower in build-up as they tried to refine their new training. Goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher will start in Paris and her dependable shot-stopping under pressure will benefit the team, but playing out of the back has never been her forté for club or country.

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On Saturday, Hayes looked to build out of the back rather than having Naeher heave long kicks into the attacking half. Naeher’s primary recipient was Davidson, a former longtime club teammate at Chicago with whom she seemingly would have an established passing partnership. However, Mexico pounced on two different weak passes from Naeher to Davidson in the opening 23 minutes, both times creating immediate danger in the box despite failing to convert either chance.

Seemingly, Hayes will want her team to start with Davidson or Naomi Girma collecting the ball before shuttling it to their nearest full back to begin working up the pitch. Jenna Nighswonger and Emily Fox were more common targets for the center backs’ distribution than Coffey or Horan in midfield. The midfield partners struggled to get on the ball in the first half, more often providing an outlet to their full backs for quick one-twos to create space from a marking defender.

It wasn’t always pretty, and it led to a fairly demure first half, but it’s becoming increasingly clear how this team might operate under Hayes. All that’s needed is time to work out the wrinkles.

How did the team honor the 1999 World Cup winners?

Members of the 1999 World Cup-winning USWNT were in attendance and were honored before the match. It was slightly surreal to see the 1999 trophy paraded through the stadium alongside the players in replica ‘99 jerseys, reissued by Nike for the tournament’s 25th anniversary. Mia Hamm led the group along the sideline, cool in sunglasses and the 9, more gregarious with the cameras this time around than her shyer 1999 self.

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Members of the 1985 USWNT were also in attendance and it was affecting seeing three different generations of players handing off accolades between them, from the first players to officially play international matches for the U.S., to the squad that helped explode women’s soccer into the American cultural consciousness, to the squad now trying to live up to a legacy while creating their own identity.

There were a couple of 1999 final nods too: goalkeeper Saskia Webber brought back the red, white and blue hair dye, and USWNT press officer Aaron Heifetz wore the exact same vest he wore in 1999.

Stars and Stripes Forever @saskia_webber pic.twitter.com/fyolxghbX4 — U.S. Women's National Soccer Team (@USWNT) July 13, 2024

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What’s next for the USWNT?

The United States faces Costa Rica at Audi Field in Washington, D.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16. It’s the final game before the U.S. opens the Olympic tournament against Zambia in Group B on July 25 at 3 p.m. ET in Nice, France.

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