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FIFA’s first ever Cup analysis

While the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ concluded in style in Lyon on 7 July, the tournament will once again take centre stage in Milan on 22 September, with

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History is in Progress

-for the US, Sweden, and the Netherlands As the curtains have closed on the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, a new FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking order has been established. It will come

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Referee Statistics: France 2019

A few days after French referee Stephanie Frappart blew the final whistle at the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019, FIFA reflected with satisfaction on the performance of the referees

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Slaying Motherhood and the Field

Amy Rodriguez is a world champion, two-time Olympic gold medallist and USA legend. But she is so much more besides. In 2013, when she was 26 and excelling for club

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Morgan Dazzles the Books

USA’s path to the world crown at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France™ began with a raft of records falling and Alex Morgan at the centre of it. The

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Champagne and Trophy in Hand

After winning the Women’s World Cup, the United States continued to celebrate on their return home. The United States’ Women’s World Cup celebrations continued as they returned home on Monday.

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For Jakobsson, her Country, and Brother

On Saturday evening in a sizzling Rennes, Sweden wrote history. For the first time in 24 years they managed to beat Germany and knock them out of a major competition.

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USA vs. England, is History Due to Repeat itself?

The first of the France 2019 semi-finals pits USA against yet another pretender to their throne, and this test could well be the holders’ stiffest yet. England have improved with

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Women Taking over the Football Field

The biggest women’s sports tournament of 2019 will begin in Paris on Friday. The top 24 teams in the world will be descending on France to compete for the title

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