Take a look at some of the best social media posts wishing the U.S. good luck:Can’t wait to watch this team play @USWNT ! USA!!— Mia Hamm (@MiaHamm) June 11, 2019The @USWNT is something to smile about. It was great to celebrate with them back in 2015 and I’m excited to root them on in their drive to earn their fourth star. Best of luck to these champions for equality, on and off the field. #OneNationOneTeam pic.twitter.com/AHcHGATy5S— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) June 11, 2019Let’s go USA! @FIFAWWC #daretoshine https://t.co/ciLWxFST1F— Kristine Lilly (@KristineLilly) June 11, 2019Game Day!!! Go USA, you got this!!🇺🇸 https://t.co/HrRrXYI4AX— joy fawcett (@joyfawcett14) June 11, 2019🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❗️Sending our best to the @USWNT as they begin their #WWC2019 🏆 quest today vs. Thailand (3 p.m. ET @FOX, @Telemundo).We support you. Make us proud in France! #OneNationOneTeam ✊ pic.twitter.com/Bs0o7iVGnN— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) June 11, 2019Just out of rehearsal and racing to my iPad to watch WOMEN’S WORLD CUP!!! Go, USA!!!!!!!!! @USWNT— Uzo Aduba (@UzoAduba) June 11, 2019Good luck, @USWNT!Bring home number 4 🏆#OneNationOneTeam pic.twitter.com/1LJGcUj9wH— LAFC (@LAFC) June 11, 2019Finally made it to a @FIFAWWC in person! We are watching and cheering on the @USWNT from @Space_Station – go #USA!📍Reims, France pic.twitter.com/eb8uP44QJl— Anne McClain (@AstroAnnimal) June 11, 2019Let’s roll, @USWNT! 🙌Good luck from all of us here in KC. Go get number four! #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/u5cWYYOOUo— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) June 10, 2019🇺🇸 @hopesolo predicts @USWNT will hit Thailand for six 💥 pic.twitter.com/urUVcKtuQG— B/R Football (@brfootball) June 11, 2019Whether you’re back in the States or here in France,we’re all #OneNationOneTeam.It’s go time, #USA! pic.twitter.com/POQXxreZvw— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) June 11, 2019 As the U.S. Women’s National Team opens its title defense against Thailand on Tuesday, several former national team players and a variety of fans shared a special message in the moments leading up to kickoff. Stars from the 1999 championship team like Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, former President Barack Obama and several other prominent athletes around the United States took a minute to share their support as the first match got underway.