June 26 – A top FIFA official does not rule out one of the three female members of the executive committee running for the top job in world football. Christian Radnedge reports from Vancouver.
Nov. 7 – The Asian Football Confederation launched its Women’s Football Day at a ceremony in the Malaysian capital city.
March 7 – FIFA ExCo member Moya Dodd unveils the AFC’s Women’s Football Strategic Plan 2013-2019… AFC general secretary says women’s football in Asia has entered a new era.
Feb. 7 – The president of FIFA is concerned by Brazil’s absence from the upcoming U-17 Women’s World Cup.
Jan. 16 – FIFA Executive Committee member Moya Dodd says the first women’s football task force has put the governing body “on track” to develop the game worldwide. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Nov. 25 – Canada’s Labatt Breweries becomes the second national sponsor of the 2015 Women’s World Cup… FIFA launches Facebook page dedicated to women’s football.
Aug. 10 – Barack Obama pays tribute the US women’s team after they beat Japan 2-1 at Wembley Stadium to claim their third successive Olympic football title. INSIDER’s Bob Mackin reports.
Aug. 7 – Japan and USA, the 2011 Women’s World Cup football finalists, meet again Thursday for Olympic gold at Wembley Stadium. INSIDER’s Bob Mackin reports on two dramatic semi-finals.
July 20 – Team GB women’s football side drew 0-0 against Sweden today in their first match ever in front of a crowd. Stuart Pearce’s Olympics men’s team take on Brazil in today’s double-header at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough in northeast England. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports.
3/2/2011 Steffi Jones eyes full stadiums for this summer’s tournament in Germany and believes that the women’s game in England is on the cusp of a breakthrough. She talks to INSIDER’s European correspondent James Corbett.