They will head back to their base at the National Sports Institute in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, to continue preparing for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in November.
The Papua New Guinea Under-20 women’s soccer team gained a lot of experience during their seven-match US tour.
Coach Lisa Cole was satisfied with the tour, saying that despite the results, all players were given the game time.
The PNG U-20 Women's team didn't qualify for the U-20 Women's World Cup as the OFC spot was claimed by New Zealand. However, they were given a bid as the host nation for the tournament in November.
The team had their first friendly against the US U-20 women's team during the U-20 Women's Tri-Nations match that was held in May, where US defeated them 10-0.
They also travelled to Korea for a friendly in June and hope to have more friendly matches after the US trip within the region to get them ready.