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Women’s World Cup

2 Apr 2021
President of FIFA Gianni Infantino names host cities for 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
2 Jul 2019
The US women's soccer team is making headlines at the World Cup in France. When it comes to their presence not only on the football pitch but also in society, they are in a class of their own.
27 Jun 2019
Arsène Wenger on his management style and the Women's World Cup.
22 Jun 2019
A French TV report on Women's World Cup seen as sexist
13 Jun 2019
The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team is suing U.S. Soccer for 'purposeful gender discrimination.' Some of the Democratic contenders for the presidency are calling for equal pay for the women's team.
8 Jun 2019
Women's World Cup: on target for less sexism?
8 Jun 2019
France got the Women's World Cup started with a 4-0 win over South Korea in front of expectant fans. DW's Sophie Serbini was in Paris to witness a fine performance in an atmosphere that promises much for the future.
6 Jun 2019
Women's World Cup: Why the best female footballer is not taking part.
31 May 2019
Three African teams have qualified for football’s Women's World Cup in France: Nigeria, Cameroon and South Africa. AFP reviews each squad.
17 May 2019
The Women’s World Cup trophy returns to France on Tuesday. The trophy conducted a whistle-stop tour of 24 nations who will take part in the tournament. The most coveted prize in women’s soccer went on display at a primary school in Paris.

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