First FIFA Women’s World Cup TM in Asia-Pacific Region 16 December 2019: A minimum of five stadiums in each country would host the tournament with up to 100 training sites available to competing teams across the two nations. As part of its plan to host a ground-breaking FIFA Women’s World CupTM, the Australia New Zealand
The FIFA Women’s World Cup and two men’s continental championships will all be decided this Sunday as the summer of soccer reaches its apex. The defending champions United States faces reigning European champions the Netherlands in the World Cup final in Lyon, France. For the first time since 2011, the United States men and Mexico
The quarterfinal stage of the Women’s World Cup begins later on Thursday with Norway and England meeting in Le Havre. England is the favorite to repeat the result of the last time these two teams played each other at a World Cup. England came out 2-1 winners in the round of 16 at the 2015
The eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off on Friday when hosts France play South Korea at the Parc des Princes in Paris. France, with home field advantage and a very good team, is considered one of the two big favorites to lift the trophy for the first time. The other is
(WFI) Australia seems determined to host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, adding more financial support to its bid.
(WFI) Artificial turf did have an impact on play at the Women’s World Cup, according to a report by the FIFA Technical Study.
July 3 – The FIFA president isn’t coming to the Canada 2015 final, but the U.S. vice president is. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver
July 1 – United States FIFA rights-holder FOX may score record ratings for the July 5 Women’s World Cup final. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver on the FOX set-up.
July 1 – The lame duck FIFA boss will stay in Zurich due to “current commitments”. Christian Radnedge reports from Montreal
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