U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy and other members of Congress will introduce a bipartisan resolution in support of the United States Soccer Federation's bid for the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup, which would be hosted by both America and Mexico.

"Women's soccer is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, and no country is better positioned to showcase the sport than the United States," said the members in a joint statement.

"The Women's FIFA World Cup is poised to break attendance records, generate economic growth and tourism, and lead to further development in women's soccer and youth sports. With state-of-the-art infrastructure and a plethora of potential host cities, holding the tournament in the United States would set a new standard for quality and security. We look forward to working with the White House, relevant federal agencies, and our state and local partners to support the efforts of the U.S. Soccer Federation to bring the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup to the United States."

Women's soccer continues to see exponential growth. The United StatesWomen's National Team (USWNT) is the most successful Women's National Team in the world, winning four Women's World Cups (1991, '99. 2015, '19).

America previously hosted the Women's World Cup in 1999 and 2003, which are both considered successes and catalysts for increased interest in women's soccer across the U.S.

"We are confident the United States and Mexico can host the largest women's sporting event in history, fostering international goodwill, and inspiring young players worldwide and showcasing limitless possibilities in women's soccer," said U.S. Soccer Federation President Cindy Parlow Cone in a release.

In 2018, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives agreed to a resolution in support of the U.S. Soccer Federation's successful bid for the upcoming 2026 FIFA Men's World Cup, which will be hosted in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

If this upcoming resolution became a successful bid, America would the Men's and Women's World Cups in back-to-back years.

“We are incredibly thankful for the support from Congress for the U.S. Soccer’s New Heights Bid to bring the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup to the United States and Mexico. Women’s soccer has seen increased investments and groundbreaking achievements in revenue, viewership, and participation across the globe. Our joint bid not only promises to set attendance and financial records but also underscores our commitment to gender equality by hosting back-to-back Men's and Women's World Cups," said Cone.