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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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Rose Lavelle, Undefeated

A couple hours before the U.S. women’s national team’s showdown against France in the quarterfinals of the 2019 World Cup, word began to spread that Lindsey Horan, one of the

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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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A Consultation with ‘Panico’

In 1991, Italy had Carolina Morace; in 1999 they had you. Who do you think will be Italy’s star of 2019?

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Inspiring Woman in Football

“I think it’s a real comfort for them to read that the idols and role models of today’s national team have been children, that they’ve had problems and they thought it was scary to go to football camp without their parents or best friends.

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Diversity Award Finalists!

FIFA can today announce the list of finalists for the third edition of the FIFA Diversity Award, with the winner to be revealed at an award ceremony in London on

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Spain takes the W

FIFA U-20 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2018 Japan takes the L this time… ​Spain take on Japan with the trophy at stake La Rojita lost to the Asians in the final of

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