UEFA Women's European Championship
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Women's soccer in Europe continuing to grow in popularity and scope
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For the sixth year in a row since the women's tournament dropped its two-legged format, the men's and women's finals were held in the same city, with Berlin following Madrid, London (twice), Munich, and Lisbon in building profile through UEFA's shared ...
Africa's soccer strongman a candidate for FIFA president?
With Sepp Blatter staying away, FIFA Senior Vice President and African soccer head Issa Hayatou will present the trophy at the Women's World Cup in Canada, a senior official at Hayatou's Confederation of African Football said Wednesday July 1, 2015.
Women's World Cup, USA vs. Germany: Who is Nadine Angerer?
With Turbine Potsdam, she won the UEFA Women's Cup, Bundesliga twice and the German Cup twice. With FFC Frankfurt, she won the German Cup. She's been on two winning World Cup teams and five UEFA European Football Championship teams.
Spain and Switzerland on verge of WU17 glory - News - UEFA.com
UEFA.com: How would you say your squad has developed during this Women's Under-17 campaign? Di Fonzo: I think we were maybe a bit nervous to begin with. But we've grown, we've become stronger and more self-confident in our play. Because the ...
Italy 2014-15 – review of the season
In the process, he not only offered an accurate summary of the Champions League Final but – and arguably more importantly – he also suggested that, the game in Berlin notwithstanding, all is not well with football in Italy. “If Juventus ... An Italian ...
German Women's Soccer Team: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
3. Germany has qualified for all seven Women's World Cups and boasts a 27-4-6 record on the stage with a pair of titles in 2003 and 2007. For good measure, the squad has also won three Olympic bronze medals and eight UEFA European Championships.
About UEFA Women's European Championship
The UEFA Women's Championship, commonly called Women's Euro Cup, is held once every four years and is the top international competition for European International Women football. The competition is the women's equivalent of the UEFA European Championship.