• FIFA withdraws claim of 1M WWC tickets sold

    12 days ago - By ESPN

    PARIS - FIFA has withdrawn a claim that 1 million tickets have been sold for the Women's World Cup and now says the total includes people paying nothing to attend games, including VIPs and even medical staff.
    FIFA deleted a tweet posted on Tuesday that said: "One million tickets for the FIFAWWC 2019 have now been sold!"
    The sport's governing body told The Associated Press on Wednesday that 1 million tickets had been "allocated," which includes those sold to fans and provided for free.
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  • Miami Bar Offered Free Shots for Every Alex Morgan, Team USA Goal in World Cup

    Miami Bar Offered Free Shots for Every Alex Morgan, Team USA Goal in World Cup

    12 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    As the shots were raining down on Thailand's goal at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France on Tuesday, so too were they going down at American Social Brickell in Miami...
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  • Women's World Cup Schedule 2019: Updated Fixtures, Live Stream for All Groups

    12 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    The second round of group-stage fixtures will get under way at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup on Wednesday when tournament hosts France will seek to build on their winning start...
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  • A 13-0 World Cup Rout? Thailand Is as Proud as Ever

    12 days ago - By NYT

    The women's loss to the United States produced the most lopsided score in World Cup history. But soccer fans in Thailand say they were just happy their team was there.
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  • Raining Goals on Thailand Wasn't an Accident. It Was the U.S. Gameplan

    12 days ago - By NYT

    A World Cup contender and its coach make no excuses for a show of overwhelming force.
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  • LEGO Women's World Cup - USWNT's record setting night

    12 days ago - By ESPN FC

    Relive the United States' historic 13-0 win over Thailand to start their 2019 Women's World Cup in a LEGO reenactment.
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  • Canada, Jamaica, Argentina, and more are proof the U.S.' 13-0 win is good for women's soccer

    Canada, Jamaica, Argentina, and more are proof the U.S.' 13-0 win is good for women's soccer

    13 days ago - By Fox Sports

    The Women's World Cup Live crew weighs in on why the United States' rout of Thailand in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup™ is actually good for the growth of the game.
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  • Women's World Cup: Follow Nigeria vs. South Korea LIVE

    13 days ago - By Goal

    Follow all the action from the Women's World Cup match between the Super Falcons and their rivals from Asia, LIVE
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  • Alex Morgan sternly defends USWNT goal celebrations

    13 days ago - By ESPN FC

    Alex Morgan says you can't have everyone love you amid criticism of their goal celebrations following their record 13-0 win over Thailand.
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  • Power Moments: What We Learned from the First Set of Women's World Cup Matches

    13 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    USA's ruthless 13-0 victory over Thailand put a bow on the first round of group games at the FIFA Women's World Cup. Now that we have seen all 24 teams in action, it is time to consider what we've learned...
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  • 6 sleeper teams that could challenge for Women's World Cup

    13 days ago - By Yardbarker

    The FIFA Women's World Cup is underway in France, and if you ask most experts, there are only a handful of potential winners. The United States, France, Germany and England are regarded as the four best teams in the tournament and a cut above the rest of their rivals. However, sports isn't played on paper, and there is definitely room for a surprise or two in this year's tournament. Here are six teams outside of that big four bracket that have the potential to make a run deep into the World Cup and potentially upset a favorite or two in the process. Brazil Brazil's team is still anchored...
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  • Germany's Marozsan ruled out for World Cup group phase

    13 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    German midfield stalwart Dzsenifer Marozsan will miss the rest of the women's World Cup group phase after breaking a toe in their Group B opening win over China on Saturday. The 27-year-old midfielder, who helped Olympique Lyonnais to a record-extending 13th consecutive league title and fourth straight Champions League crown and won the French League's best player award for the third year in a row, will miss their matches against Spain on Wednesday and South Africa next week. "She has a broken toe and that means that we cannot count on her for the group phase," Germany coach Martina...
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  • Women's World Cup prize money 2019: How much does FIFA pay winners compared to the men's finals?

    Women's World Cup prize money 2019: How much does FIFA pay winners compared to the men's finals?

    13 days ago - By Sporting News

    The Women's World Cup winners will get a significantly smaller cash windfall than their male counterparts, even after a prize money increase
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  • Diana Matheson joins Canadian chorus against USWNT celebrations vs. Thailand

    Diana Matheson joins Canadian chorus against USWNT celebrations vs. Thailand

    13 days ago - By Sporting News

    Several of the team's former rivals on the pitch have lashed out at the side for its celebrations in its opening World Cup match.
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  • Fifa Women's World Cup: USA make strongest claim to throne with 13-0 win over Thailand

    13 days ago - By BBC

    A record-breaking 13-0 win has reigning champions the USA looking ruthless and "feeling invincible" - should their World Cup rivals be worried?
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