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FIFA Women's World Cup

FIFA Women's World Cup

The FIFA Women's World Cup is also knows as the Women's World Cup and is the most prestigious national football competition for women. The female competition started in 1991 and is comprised of 16 teams divided into 4 groups. The competition is held every four years. The current champion is Germany who has won the tournament twice, which equals the USA. The next FIFA Women's World Cup will take place in 2011 in Germany.

Fixtures / Results / TV Schedules / Live Streams

Aug 5, 2014
10:00pm China vs Brazil
Sep 13, 2014
12:00pm Iceland vs Israel RUV

*All times are shown in your local time

Channels licensed to broadcast FIFA Women's World Cup in United States

FOX Network
Fox Sports Media has acquired the 2015 and 2019 FIFA Womens World Cup english language rights for the USA.
FX Channel
Fox Sports Media has acquired the FIFA Women's World Cup English Language USA rights for the 2017 and the 2019 tournaments.
FIFA Women´s World Cup in 2015 and 2019 in Spanish Language Broadcasts.
Spanish language multi-platform broadcast rights.



Battle lines drawn in women's World Cup soccer turf war
Toronto Star
FIFA is rife with sexism from the top down, says Wrage, pointing the finger squarely at president Sepp Blatter. The soccer boss, she noted, has mused publicly about wanting players to wear tighter shorts, has remarked upon the good looks of female FIFA ...
USWNT: Fox Sports Leading the Way for Women's Soccer in the U.S
Playing for 90
The announcement that Fox Sports 1 will televise the FIFA Women's World Cup Draw is a step in the right direction for Women's Soccer because it shows that there is a demand for coverage leading up to the tournament. After coming of the World Cup high ...
Women's World Cup 2015 field nearly set
And then there were three. Cameroon, Costa Rica, the Ivory Coast, Mexico, Nigeria and the U.S. have all qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, leaving just three berths up for grabs for next summer's 24-team tournament. The three ...
Canada begins 2018 World Cup qualifying in June
We can tell you with certainty that Canada's campaign will begin at the second stage of qualifying, which will take place during the FIFA international window in early June. Yes, there will be overlap with the early stages of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Women's World Cup turf lawsuit adds 'retaliation' claim
Toronto Star
The Canadian Soccer Association and FIFA, the sport's world governing body, have told players heading for next summer's women's World Cup that they risk losing national team spots if they take part in a lawsuit alleging gender discrimination for being ...
Top women's soccer players to proceed with FIFA 'turf wars' lawsuit after ...
Washington Post (blog)
It looks like there will be no friendly solution to the so-called “turf wars” over the 2015 Women's World Cup. On Friday, the Canadian Soccer Association declined to enter into early mediation with a group of top female soccer players, who filed a ...
With the U.S. Women's National Team advancing to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, it's time for fans to begin locking in plans and purchasing their tickets to support the team during its quest for a third World Cup title in Canada next summer. For fans ...
Canada loses 3-0 to Women's World Cup champion Japan
Edmonton Sun
In the buildup to the FIFA Women's World Cup next summer, the Canadian national team expects to learn a number of valuable lessons. They were taught a pretty good one Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium in a 3-0 loss to reigning World Cup champions, ...
On Soccer: FIFA's latest act of tyranny whitewashes World Cup probe
Washington Post (blog)
The Women's World Cup will not be played on grass in Canada next summer because FIFA says so. When the dust from Garcia's report settles, a few executives may get the boot or have to return their party favors, but FIFA's rotten fundamentals will remain ...
Top women's soccer players sue over artificial turf plans for World Cup
Los Angeles Times
It's hard not to be amazed by the continuing incompetence of FIFA, world soccer's clueless governing body. Bribery scandals, opaqueness and general loathsomeness have come to define the organization over the last four decades. Now FIFA has managed ...

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