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Women's World Cup host vote will still be secret

FIFA will still decide the host of the Women's World Cup in secret, unlike the new open vote held last year for the host of the 2026 men's tournament.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

FIFA still keeping host of women's World Cup a secret

FIFA will still decide the host of the Women's World Cup in secret, unlike the new open vote held last year for host of the 2026 men's tournament. The 2023 bidding process was launched Tuesday, and..
CBC.ca - Published

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Female referees: A new era in football? [Video]Female referees: A new era in football?

In the run-up to the FIFA Women's World Cup in France in June, female referees are making major strides.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:28Published

Amateur vs Man City Pros! | Shooting Challenges: Timbsy vs The World [Video]Amateur vs Man City Pros! | Shooting Challenges: Timbsy vs The World

Man City Women's forwards Georgia Stanway and Caroline Weir take on Timbsy in some shooting challenges in the latest episode of Timbsy vs The World. Who should Timbsy take on next?

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 14:18Published

Get to Know Abby Wambach, American Soccer Icon & Activist for Equality & Inclusion | The 2019 MAKERS Conference [Video]Get to Know Abby Wambach, American Soccer Icon & Activist for Equality & Inclusion | The 2019 MAKERS Conference

Abby Wambach talks about her childhood growing up in Rochester, N.Y., becoming a national champion during her freshman year of college, and her career-ending highlight winning the 2015 FIFA Women's..

Credit: MAKERS Conference 2019     Duration: 05:13Published

We want to turn Bronze into Gold - Alex Scott [Arsenal & England Ladies] [Video]We want to turn Bronze into Gold - Alex Scott [Arsenal & England Ladies]

Alex Scott of Arsenal & England talks to AFTV about the Women's World Cup, Arsenal and transfers. SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://goo.gl/Zq9NcA AFTV ONLINE SHOP : http://goo.gl/rin8oW AFTV APP: IPHONE :..

Credit: ArsenalFanTV     Duration: 11:37Published

Cricket World TV - Charlotte Edwards Interview [Video]Cricket World TV - Charlotte Edwards Interview

England Women's captain Charlotte Edwards looks ahead to a busy year for her side which includes the Women's World Cup and the Twenty20 World Cup. Jim White asks the question at Loughborough.

Credit: cricketworld     Duration: 04:04Published

 

Unlike men's World Cup, no public vote on women's event host

FIFA will still decide the host of the 2023 Women's World Cup in secret, unlike the new open vote held last year for host of the 2026 men's tournament
USATODAY.com - Published Also reported by •FOX SportsSeattle Times

8 Players Who Will Shine at the 2019 Women's World Cup

8 players who will shine at the 2019 women's world cup

SI.com - Published

Ante Milicic named interim Matildas coach after Alen Stajcic sacking

Ante Milicic, a two-time World Cup assistant with the Socceroos, has succeeded Alen Stajcic as Matildas coach to guide them at the Women's World Cup.
SBS - Published

Ante Milicic confirmed as Matildas coach for Women's World Cup

Football Federation Australia has confirmed Ante Milicic will coach the Matildas at the Women's World Cup in France later this year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Refs 'training' with VAR for Women's World Cup

Training paves the way for world governing body FIFA to approve the use of video reviews at this year's tournament in France.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Download your 2019 Sunday Age sports calendar

Check out all the details for the big sports events of 2019 right here, including AFL, AFLW, NBL, international cricket and soccer's Asian Cup and Women's World Cup.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Matildas lock in Argentina, South Korea and New Zealand friendlies

Australia will take on Argentina, South Korea and New Zealand in a series of home friendlies ahead of the 2019 Women's World Cup.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sinclair named Canada's top women's player for 14th time

Sinclair struck the winner in a 7-0 victory over Panama that secured Canada's place at next year's Women’s World Cup, helping push her tally to 177 career goals.
SBS - Published

Revenge, of sorts, at last: Matildas draw Italy in World Cup group

Thirteen years on from the heartbreak of Kaiserslautern, the Matildas will open their 2019 Women's World Cup campaign against Italy.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Matildas to face Brazil, Italy and Jamaica in Women's World Cup

The Matildas will face teams from Europe, South American and the Carribbean at the Womens World Cup next year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Champions U.S. get favourable draw in Women's World Cup

PARIS (Reuters) - World champions the United States will be favourites to lift a record fourth Women's World Cup following the draw for next year's tournament on Saturday, while hosts France play the..
SBS - Published

Matildas in top-seeded group for women's World Cup draw

Australia could face Brazil, European champions the Netherlands or Asian rivals Japan in the Women's World Cup group stage after being drawn among the top seeds.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

England midfielder Nobbs to miss Women's World Cup through injury

LONDON (Reuters) - England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs will miss next year's Women's World Cup in France after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, the English FA said on..
SBS - Published

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