When it comes to soccer—er, football, depending on where in the world you are—the American women are the best in the world, having won their third title in 2015.

Fox Sports, which is broadcasting the Women’s World Cup in the U.S. this summer, highlights that fact in its “All Eyes on Us” campaign for the worldwide sporting event, taking place this June in France.

While the above spot, “Goliath,” showcases the entire team, the below spots take closer looks at some star players, including midfielder Megan Rapinoe in “The Warrior” and forward Alex Morgan in “The Finisher.”

​The Warrior

The Finisher


Client: Fox Sports

EVP, Head of Marketing: Robert Gottlieb

SVP, On-Air Promotions: Bill Battin

SVP, Consumer Marketing: Whit Haskel

VP, Brand Marketing: Nancy MacDonald

VP, Creative: Blake Danforth

Sr. Creative Director: Steve Lewis

VP, Production: Claudina Mercado

Director, On-Air Promotions: Jessica Scharer, Meghan de Andrade

Production Assistant: John Tyler Osborn

Agency: W+ K New York

Executive Creative Director: Karl Lieberman

Creative Director: Gary Van Dzura, Christine Gignac

Copywriter: Matt Mulvey

Art Director: Lawrence Melilli, Meredith Marino

Head of Integrated Production: Nick Setounski

Executive Producer: Alison Hill

Producer: Dom Tunon

Account: Mike Welch, Matt Agnrisani, Alex Scaros, Liz Lindberg

Project Management: Yann Samuels, Carly Lissak

Director of Business Affairs: Patrick O’Donoghue

Business Affairs: Lindsey Timko, Andrea Sierra, Madeleine Hale

Traffic: Sonia Bisono

Production Company: Supply & Demand

Director: Joseph Kahn

Executive Producer: Tim Case, Jeff Scruton

Line Producer: Ron Mohrhoff

HoP: Nathan de La Ronda


VFX Supervisor / Lead Flame Artist: Patrick Munoz

VFX Supervisor / Flame Artist: Jake Montgomery

VFX Supervisor / CG Artist: Andy Boyd

Lead Flame Artist: Brian Hajek

Nuke Compositor: Rodrigo Jiminez

CG Lead: Zak DiMaria

CG Artist: Ben Martin and Jean Salazar

Executive Producer: Asher Edwards

Producer: Ashley Greyson

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