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Going to the Women’s World Cup? You might not sit with your family and friends

SBS Wednesday, 22 May 2019
FIFA has received a mountain of complaints after it was revealed those who have bought tickets to the Women's World Cup football event in France may not be sitting with their families and friends.
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