Women's World Cup

13 June 2017
Australia – backed my prime minister Malcolm Turnbull – are bidding to host the Women's World Cup in 2023.
23 April 2016
Videogame developer EA Sports is currently putting the finishing touches to its team list for FIFA 17. Who’ll be added to the 650-strong sides included last year? Ben Wilson runs down the essential new (or returning) inclusions…
11 January 2016
A record-breaking World Cup and the first ever Women's FA Cup final to be held at Wembley... 2015 was quite a year for women's football. FFT’s Harriet Drudge takes a look at the on-pitch success, picking out six of the top performers...
25 November 2015
Australia will be expected to claim the AFC men's Team of the Year award for 2015 after lifting the Asian Cup on home soil in January.
27 October 2015
United States legend Abby Wambach will hang up her boots for the final time in December, she announced on Tuesday.
9 September 2015
One month out from the A-League season's scheduled start, FFA chief David Gallop said there may be a delay due to an ongoing dispute.
10 July 2015
The Women’s World Cup suggests that if Lions can’t hit targets, maybe Lionesses deserve more funding instead, argues Neil Humphreys.
7 July 2015
The newly minted world champions took the stage in Los Angeles to thank fans for their support during their World Cup run.
6 July 2015
The United States' 5-2 rout of Japan drew millions of television viewers in the US, surpassing ratings from the iconic 1999 final.
6 July 2015
Women's World Cup champions United States were far too good for Japan, admitted losing coach Norio Sasaki.


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