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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.

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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.
Spanish language multi-platform broadcast rights.



FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™ Broadcast Schedule announced
Live Soccer TV
100 days to Go: CTV, TSN, and RDS Announce FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™ Broadcast Schedule
New BC Place turf for Women's World Cup will cost $1.3M
Vancouver Sun
The new state-of-the-art Polytan turf to be installed at BC Place Stadium in time for the FIFA Women's World Cup in June will cost $1.327 million, the corporation that operates the stadium said Friday. PavCo revealed the price tag when it ... The blade ...
CSA can't stop thinking about World Cup soccer
The Globe and Mail
Canada will still be thinking World Cup once the women's showcase tournament ends July 5, as the Canadian Soccer Association will then turn its attention to the 2026 men's World Cup. The CSA has already gone on the record in declaring its interest in ...
NBCUniversal's Telemundo and NBC Universo Unveil 2015 Coverage for FIFA ...
Broadway World
Four days after the FIFA Women's World Cup™ champion is decided, the Men's FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup hosted by Portugal will take place July 9 to July 19. It will be followed by the final FIFA World Cup competition of 2015 featuring U-17 national ...
Hamilton to host FIFA Women's World Cup warm-up game
"Canada Soccer is excited to bring top women's international soccer to Hamilton for the first time," Canada Soccer president Victor Montagliani said Tuesday in a release. "More importantly, this will be a thrilling event and an incredible opportunity ...
Canada Soccer unveil new home uniforms for FIFA Women's World Cup
The FIFA Women's World Cup is just 78 days away and today in Edmonton, Soccer Canada along with Umbro Canada unveiled the new home uniform Canada's Women's team will wear when the tournament begins on June 6 at Commonwealth Stadium.
Women's World Cup: Canadian stadiums set for new artificial turf
Surfaces at stadiums in Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Moncton are expected to stay as is although the Canadian Soccer Association will be using its own turf at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. A new pad will be added to cushion the Montreal surface.
More than 600000 tickts sold for FIFA Women's World Cup, with promotions due ...
Edmonton Sun
MontComTour0320 Peter Montopoli, second from left, tours Commonwealth Stadium in 2011 with city manager Simon Farbrother, right, and FC Edmonton owner Tom Fath, centre, and representatives of the Canadian Soccer Association. (Edmonton Sun file).
Two Women's World Cup events sold out — the final, and one in Winnipeg
Winnipeg Sun
The buzz is already building towards a fever pitch, even before the big push to sell the FIFA Women's World Cup tickets kicks off. ... And it's not just Winnipeg that has soccer fever: More than 10,000 tickets were snapped up by American fans. "They ...
FIFA confirms 2022 World Cup final will be Dec. 18, awards 2019 Women's ...
After much speculation regarding the timing of the tournament, controversially awarded to Qatar, the announcement confirmed a winter-months tournament. Last month, FIFA's executive committee recommended the tournament be held in November and ...

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