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19th Most Memorable Women’s World Cup™ Moment: Sissi decides all-time classic

19th most memorable women’s world cup™ moment: sissi decides all-time classic
In 1999, Brazil's Sissi decided this match versus Nigeria with one of the best free kicks in tournament history. Sissi's golden goal ended the match and Nigeria's tournament in dramatic fashion.
FOX Sports - Published

Defender Estelle Johnson targets Cameroon success at Women's World Cup

defender estelle johnson targets cameroon success at women's world cup
Defender Estelle Johnson says she is relishing the chance to help Cameroon succeed at the 2019 Women's World Cup in France.
BBC News - Published

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Scottish buzz ahead of Women's World Cup [Video]Scottish buzz ahead of Women's World Cup

Scotland internationals Hayley Lauder (left) and Joelle Murray say there is a real buzz ahead of this summer's Women's World Cup and insist they are not just there to make up the numbers

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 01:51Published

“You’re inspirational to us” | When England’s Rachel Daly met Nance [Video]“You’re inspirational to us” | When England’s Rachel Daly met Nance

With World Cup ’19 almost upon us, PayPal is helping to power the passions of inspirational young women across grassroots football: Nance became a coach after slipping out of the game aged 16, now..

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 02:37Published

Lloyd, Ellis feeling good after win in World Cup warm-up [Video]Lloyd, Ellis feeling good after win in World Cup warm-up

Captain Carli Lloyd and head coach Jill Ellis feeling good after 3-0 win over South Africa in warm-up match for next month's Women's World Cup

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:29Published

Phil Neville: I'm absolutely convinced England will have a good World Cup [Video]Phil Neville: I'm absolutely convinced England will have a good World Cup

Phil Neville believes he is taking a squad “full of world-class players” to the Women’s World Cup and is “absolutely convinced” England will enjoy a successful tournament.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:40Published

Neville: Why I left out devastated Izzy [Video]Neville: Why I left out devastated Izzy

Phil Neville explains why Izzy Christiansen missed out on a place in England Women’s World Cup squad.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 01:00Published

Biggest Surprise Names On US Women's World Cup Roster [Video]Biggest Surprise Names On US Women's World Cup Roster

On this week's episode of Planet Futbol, Grant Wahl and Luis Miguel Echegaray are joined by Meg Linehan from the Athletic to talk about the US Women's World Cup Roster.

Credit: Sports Illustrated     Duration: 01:07Published

Major Storylines Entering The Women's World Cup [Video]Major Storylines Entering The Women's World Cup

Alexi Lalas joins Planet Futbol to discuss what he is looking forward to this summer during the 2019 Women's World Cup. For more Planet Futbol subscribe to SI TV.

Credit: Sports Illustrated     Duration: 01:56Published

'We're split over Women's World Cup' [Video]'We're split over Women's World Cup'

Footballing couple Kirsty Linnett and Chris Wood support each other in their professional careers, but the Liverpool and Burnley strikers are split over the upcoming Women's World Cup.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 04:28Published

Former England stars say Women's World Cup win is possible with a bit of luck [Video]Former England stars say Women's World Cup win is possible with a bit of luck

Former England internationals Kelly Smith and Rachel Yankey say that with a bit of luck England can go on to win the 2019 World Cup in France. The pair were speaking at a FIFA Women’s World Cup..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:45Published

Amateur vs Bayern Munich Pros! | Shooting Challenges: Timbsy vs The World [Video]Amateur vs Bayern Munich Pros! | Shooting Challenges: Timbsy vs The World

Bayern Munich Ladies players Lina Magull and Jovana Damnjanović take on Timbsy in some shooting challenges in the latest episode of Timbsy vs The World. How will Timbsy fare against Champions League..

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 13:37Published

The Eclectic French Stadiums Hosting the 2019 World Cup [Video]The Eclectic French Stadiums Hosting the 2019 World Cup

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will kick off in June at these 9 French stadiums.

Credit: Conde Nast Traveler     Duration: 02:15Published

History of the Women's World Cup [Video]History of the Women's World Cup

With the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup set to kick off this June, here’s a quick history of the competition.

Credit: Glamour     Duration: 02:59Published

Football Is About To Change Forever! | France 19 [Video]Football Is About To Change Forever! | France 19

The 2019 World Cup is upon us and we’ll be covering it like no-one has done before. Its time to change the face of football forever.Music Licensed By:Audio NetworkDon't forget to tune in every Monday..

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 02:12Published

Neville: I wanted my players to suffer! [Video]Neville: I wanted my players to suffer!

England head coach Phil Neville says he deliberately disrupted his side in the second half of the 2-1 win against Spain in order to test their character ahead of this summer’s Women’s World Cup.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 00:30Published

Lucy Bronze believes England can win FIFA Women's World Cup [Video]Lucy Bronze believes England can win FIFA Women's World Cup

England Women right-back Lucy Bronze says she believes England are contenders to win the FIFA Women's World Cup this year in France.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:40Published

 

Women's World Cup 2019: Abby Wambach's neat goal from 2015 - 19 days to go

women's world cup 2019: abby wambach's neat goal from 2015 - 19 days to go
BBC Sport remembers Abby Wambach's final competitive goal for the USA in a 1-0 win over Nigeria at the 2015 World Cup.
BBC Sport - Published Also reported by •BBC News

MCA failed to clear security dues: RTI

The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has failed to clear the dues for seven Indian Premier League (IPL) seasons to the Mumbai Police which organises elaborate security for the IPL and other matches..
Mid-Day - Published

Midfielder Nyandeni left out of South Africa's women’s World Cup squad

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Experienced midfielder Nompumelelo Nyandeni was a surprise omission as South African coach Desiree Ellis named a 23-player squad headlined by African Women’s Footballer of..
SBS - Published

Riley wants World Cup push to raise profile in rugby-mad New Zealand

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand captain Ali Riley is aware of the pressure on her team to win a game at next month's women's World Cup in France but feels it is nothing compared to having spent much..
SBS - Published

Waltzing Matilda: Kerr's leadership lauded as World Cup campaign looms

At next month's Women's World Cup in France, Australian ace Sam Kerr has an opportunity to put a global stamp on the world game.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

World Cup shines spotlight on gender pay disparity

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The players set to light up the Women's World Cup in France next month may play for big-name clubs like Barcelona, Arsenal and Juventus but, although salaries are improving, they..
SBS - Published

Game needs to embrace knowledge of female coaches, says Sundhage

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - With the majority of the 24 teams at the Women's World Cup coached by men, the game needs to embrace the wealth of experience that female soccer coaches have to offer, former..
SBS - Published

FIFA seeks a billion World Cup viewers to boost women's game

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - FIFA is hoping that over a billion viewers tune in to the Women's World Cup in France as it continues strategic efforts to grow the game around the globe, but the governing body..
SBS - Published

Brazil optimistic for Women's World Cup despite nine-game losing run

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Once one of the most feared nations in women’s football, Brazil head to the World Cup in France in the midst of their worst run in history.
SBS - Published

Japan head to France 2019 with one eye on Olympics

TOKYO (Reuters) - Although Japan head to France for the women’s World Cup focussed on the task at hand, it is only natural that Asako Takakura’s young team should have one eye on the Tokyo 2020..
SBS - Published

Experienced Kumagai ready to lead young Japanese side

TOKYO (Reuters) - When Japan won the women’s World Cup in 2011, Saki Kumagai was just 20 years old but eight years and over 100 caps later, the Olympique Lyonnais defender is preparing to lead a..
SBS - Published

U.S. favourites in toughest-ever Women's World Cup field

Hundreds of thousands of tickets have been sold and world governing body FIFA is banking on the women's game taking a huge step forward on the back of a successful tournament.
SBS - Published

Expectation levels soaring for England's Lionesses

LONDON (Reuters) - As a player Phil Neville was used to the often ridiculous expectation levels surrounding England before major tournaments and they are soaring again ahead of the Women's World Cup in..
SBS - Published

U.S. to focus on firepower in search of fourth World Cup

The decision by the squad to file a lawsuit in a California court alleging "institutionalized gender discrimination" under the Equal Pay Act earlier this year has cast a shadow over their preparations,..
SBS - Published

Germany keeper Schult battling to be fit for World Cup

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Almuth Schult was named on Tuesday in their Women's World Cup squad, but coach Martin Voss-Tecklenburg said the experienced goalkeeper's participation depended on..
SBS - Published

Soccer - Japan pick teenager Endo, omit Tanaka for World Cup

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan coach Asako Takakura included 18-year-old forward Jun Endo but omitted prolific striker Mina Tanaka from her squad for the women's World Cup on Friday.
SBS - Published

Meet the FIFA Women's World Cup fans: Japan

As part of a continuing series, SBS News looks at the local fans of some of the nations competing in the Women’s World Cup in June. Here we catch up with two young players that have come to Australia..
SBS - Published

Houghton first England pick in unconventional World Cup unveiling

LONDON (Reuters) - England soccer captain Steph Houghton was the first player named in the country's Women's World Cup squad on Wednesday, in an unconventional unveiling dribbled out on social media,..
SBS - Published

Hosts France drop PSG's Katoto from women's World Cup squad

PARIS (Reuters) - Women's World Cup hosts France left out Paris St Germain striker and league top scorer Marie-Antoinette Katoto from a 23-strong squad announced by coach Corinne Diacre on Thursday.
SBS - Published

Hegerberg not included in Norway's squad for Women's World Cup

The Olympique Lyonnais striker has not featured for Norway since they were knocked out of the Women's European Championship in 2017 without scoring a goal.
SBS - Published

Frappart becomes first female referee to officiate in Ligue 1

Frappart, the only referee from France who will be officiating at the Women's World Cup to be held in the country from June 7 to July 7, was also the first woman to officiate a Ligue 2 (second-tier)..
SBS - Published

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