(WFI) Artificial turf did have an impact on play at the Women’s World Cup, according to a report by the FIFA Technical Study.
June 30 – Canada had the will to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup – but not the way… Close to best-attended women’s tournament… TV ratings in USA continue to surge. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver
June 22 – Umbro’s Canadian licensee and distributor owes creditors nearly $41 million and has until August to file a reorganization proposal, INSIDER has learned. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver.
June 19 – A senior FIFA marketing executive is trying to keeping a stiff upper lip amid the corruption scandal enveloping world football.
June 18 – INSIDER writer Bob Mackin gives an update from his on the ground reporting for the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada.
June 9 – One in seven Canadians tuned into the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 kickoff match on June 6.
April 1 – Hawk-Eye is the official goal-line technology provider for this summer’s Women’s World Cup, FIFA confirms.
March 19 – The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 awaits more sponsors, but it now has an official collector coin – 10 to be precise. Bob Mackin reports.
Oct. 2 – FIFA is facing a lawsuit challenging its plans to stage the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada on artificial turf.
June 6 – Canada marks milestone … Sheikh Salman sends best wishes to Japan … Strong ticket sales in Israel … Beach Soccer World Cup draw in Tahiti … More inside this Newsdesk …