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FIFA Women's World Cup

FIFA President Gianni Infantino Open To Changing Calendar After Arsene Wenger World Cup Proposal

Mar 20, 2021 Stats Perform

Arsene Wenger has proposed radical alterations to the international calendar, and Gianni Infantino insists FIFA must be open to any changes.

FIFA To Open Up Voting For Future Women's World Cup Hosts

Mar 20, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The decision to bring the women's tournament into line with the men's was announced on Friday after an online meeting of the 37-member FIFA Council.

FIFA Provides Breakdown Of Expanded Women's World Cup Field

Host Australia and New Zealand automatically qualify, with their slots taken directly from the quotas allocated to their confederations.

FIFA Women's World Cup In 2021 Can Be Turning Point For India: Bala Devi

Sep 29, 2020 Abdul Gani

Manipuri striker Bala Devi all set to play for Rangers FC in Scottish Women's Premier League.

Australia, New Zealand To Co-host 2023 Women's Football World Cup

The winning bid proposed 12 cities with seven in Australia and five in New Zealand. It includes the main stadium used for the 2000 Sydney Olympics

09 June, 2020

Brazil Withdraws Bid To Host 2023 Women's World Cup

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Brazil has withdrawn from the list of of candidates to host the 2023 Women's World Cup ahead of this month's vote, leaving three bids in the running

20 December, 2019

FIFA Considering Biennial Women's World Cup, Says Gianni Infantino

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After the success of the 2019 Women's World Cup, FIFA chief Gianni Infantino is not ruling out the tournament being staged every two years

26 September, 2019

U-17 Women's World Cup 2020: Asia's Line-Up Complete, North Korea And Japan Join Hosts India In Finals


Both North Korea and Japan exited the U-17 FIFA Women's World Cup at the quarter-final stage last year in Uruguay. The 2020 edition will take place from November 2 to 21 in India

08 July, 2019

FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: 5 Things We Learned From US' Historic Title Run

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After a thrilling 2-0 victory over the Netherlands in the finals, the U.S. became back-to-back champions and broke a number of records

06 July, 2019

FIFA Could Expand Women's World Cup To 32 Teams

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Gianni Infantino said the success of this Women's World Cup could lead to an expansion for the next tournament in 2023.

26 June, 2019

Netherlands And Italy To Meet In Women's World Cup Quarters As Asian Sides Exit

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Asia's last representatives at the Women's World Cup were both knocked out on Tuesday, with Netherlands and Italy going on to the quarters.

14 June, 2019

FIFA Women's World Cup: Brazil's Marta Equals Miroslav Klose's Record And Sets New Milestone In Football History

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In a loss to Australia in the ongoing FIFA Women's World Cup, Brazil's Marta equaled German Miroslav Klose's record of 16 WC goals. Also, she became the first player (male or female) to have scored in six five different editions of the global showpiece event.

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