FIFA Women’s World Cup expansion gives hope to future debutants

FIFA Council expanded Women’s World Cup to 32 sides 2023 edition set to be first to feature eight extra teams New quota offers hope for potential debutants worldwide Coming off the back of the global success and interest the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ enjoyed, the expansion of the 2023 edition

Corsie: Scotland’s World Cup experience was really enjoyable

Scotland captain Corsie says it was “powerful moment” to be at a World Cup Outlined that expectations are now much higher for her team Praised her country’s fans as “the best in the world” ‘No Scotland, No Party’ will be imprinted in the memories of those who attended any of Scotland's matches

Ellis to relinquish USA reins

Jill Ellis will quit as USA coach following their France 2019 victory tour She is the only coach to win two FIFA Women’s World Cups Ellis called her tenure the “honour of a lifetime” Jill Ellis, who recently became the first coach to win two FIFA Women’s World Cups™, has announced she

Sheroes: Mrs Pogba lights the way for three footballing sons

Our #Sheroes video series is highlighting some amazing women off the pitch This one spotlights the mother of the three footballing Pogba brothers Yeo Moriba wonders if her football ability was genetically passed to her sons If raising twins, and a younger son, alone on the Renardiere housing estate in Roissy-en-Brie, France wasn’t

Cristiane’s header voted Hyundai Goal of the Tournament

Fans on chose Cristiane’s strike as Hyundai Goal of the Tournament The 34-year-old scored a wonderful header against Australia The Brazilian beat nine other candidates to the award Football fans celebrated an impressive 146 goals during the 52 matches at the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, meaning that the ball hit

Nigeria’s Oshoala creates a work of art

Asisat Oshoala showcased her speed, technique and balance Scored the only goal by a Nigeria player at France 2019, and what a goal it was too Vote now for the Hyundai Goal of the Tournament Nigeria struggled to shine in attack at the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™. Goalless against Norway and

Nchout’s last-minute wonder goal

Ajara Nchout’s stunning last-minute strike against New Zealand was a crucial one The second of her two goals that day took Cameroon into the last eight Vote now for the Hyundai Goal of the Tournament Cameroon battled hard in their opening two Group E matches against Canada and the Netherlands but came away

South Africa’s off-field driving force

Lauren Duncan leads operations off the field for South Africa Says experience at first Women’s World Cup was “out of this world” Hopes sponsors will come on board for Banyana Banyana The city is Le Havre, the venue is Stade Oceane, and the crowd is going wild after CAF Women’s Player of