1. Spectators celebrating USA win at outdoor watch party on big screen
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Caroline Cappelletti, USA Women's Soccer Fan
CAPPELLETTI: "The women's team, they're like super heroes to me. I cried like every single goal. The're awesome, yeah."
REPORTER: "So what does this mean for women and girls in ths US?"
CAPPELLETTI: "It's so empowering. It's absolute magic to see them up there."
3. Fans chanting UPSOUND (English) "USA, USA"
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Gruen, USA Women's Soccer Fan
"There are not many things to be proud of right now in America, especially when you're a woman and, like, it feels like the world is kind of against you. But it felt like it was so much bigger than it was, you know"
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Gruen, USA Women's Soccer Fan
"Yeah. I watched like every game. The Rose Lavelle's goal was amazing -- any time Megan Rapinoe takes the field is amazing. Just like, also how much they love each other. I don't know. It's so good to see like a group of women supporting each other, lifting each other up. "
6. Pan from One World Trade Center tower to fans watching game
7. Fans watching screen
8. Zariah Silva watching game
9. Women watching big screen
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Zariah Silva, USA Women's Soccer Fan from Los Angeles
"Yeah it's like very inspiring, especially for me since I used to play. But for like little girls I get inspired by this. It's like someone to look up to. And they're such great role models for all the girls who get to play soccer have a chance to and are able to play soccer."
The United States won its record fourth Women's World Cup title and second in a row, beating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday night when Megan Rapinoe converted a penalty kick in the second half and Rose Lavelle added a goal.
In New York, hundreds gathered near the World Trade Center to watch the win on a giant screen.
Fans said the team's record win is an inspiration to women around the world.
"There are not many things to be proud of right now in America, especially when you're a woman and, like, it feels like the world is kind of against you. But it felt like it was so much bigger than it was, you know?," said Sarah Gruen after watching the team's win. "any time Megan Rapinoe takes the field is amazing."
Rapinoe was given a standing ovation by the crowd when she subbed out in the 79th minute. The crowd of 57,900 at Stade de Lyon for Le Grand Finale included French President Emmanuel Macron.