Tag: Women’s World Cup
Belgium joins the race alongside Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa and South Korea.
Molly Levinson, a spokesperson for the US women's players, said the group will 'eagerly look forward to a jury trial.'
Afghanistan's women's football team was formed in 2010 but some conservative-minded Afghans still oppose women playing sports.
The expansion will mean it will now be on par with the men's tournament which has had 32 teams since 1998.
Championship US sports teams are traditionally honoured with an invitation to the White House, though Donald Trump has at times revoked invitations.
More than 14 million Americans watched on television as the US women's football team clinched their fourth World Cup title, but the TV audience fails to break records.
The United States women’s national team will be honoured with a parade in New York City.
The future of the Netherlands women's football team looks bright – as long as investment continues in the game.
President Donald Trump joins the chorus of praise for the US women's football team in the wake of their World Cup triumph just days after a spat with the captain.
The US win their fourth women's World Cup with a 2-0 victory over the Netherlands.
Megan Rapinoe, scorer of braces in the wins over Spain in the last 16 and France in the quarter-finals, replaces Christen Press on the left of the attack.
Megan Rapinoe says FIFA's decision to allow the Copa America and the Gold Cup final to take place on the same day as the women's final is 'unbelievable'.
The Netherlands are relishing their underdog status ahead of the women's World Cup final against the US, according to Dutch midfielder Danielle van de Donk.
The first Lionesses recount their struggles back when women’s football was not supported as well as today.
United States attacker Megan Rapinoe describes herself as 'uniquely American' after being blasted by President Donald Trump for her planned White House boycott.
The women's World Cup semi-finals between England and America impressed audiences worldwide with a record-breaking of 11.7 million viewers.
Alex Morgan steps up on the big occasion with the winning goal against England to take the United States through to the final of another women's World Cup.
Defending champions United States reach the women's World Cup final for the fifth time following a 2-1 win over England.
Alex Morgan is willing to sacrifice winning the Golden Boot if it means the US wins the World Cup.
England coach Phil Neville hails the attacking talents of the US’ Megan Rapinoe.
Sweden end Germany's hopes of a third women's World Cup win, coming from behind for a surprise 2-1 quarter-final victory.
Megan Rapinoe strikes twice as the United States beat hosts France 2-1 in the women's World Cup quarterfinals, setting up a last-four clash with England.
Lucy Bronze’s marauding performance in the win against Norway is what led to England coach’s call for her to win the Ballon d’Or.
Rapinoe says the game against France will be a great match.