The US women's national team on Friday filed an appeal against a legal setback in their equal pay lawsuit, saying they are being paid less t...
FFA and NZF are submitting a bid to co-host the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023.
The biggest names in world football will descend on Paris on Monday for the 2019 Ballon d'Or ceremony, with Lionel Messi and USA women's World Cup superstar Megan Rapinoe tipped to leave with the honours.
Orlando Pride and United States striker Alex Morgan is expecting her first child with Servando Carrasco in April 2020.
FIFA is hoping to renegotiate contracts already signed for the next women's World Cup in 2023 as it looks to increase the amount of money going to players, sources have told AFP.
Two-time women's World Cup-winning coach Jill Ellis said Sunday she would be tempted to take over a men's team as she prepares for her final game with the United States.
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