The Women’s World Cup starts on Friday. FIFA is desperately trying to prove that it takes women’s soccer seriously, faced with discrimination scandals and a huge pay gap compared to male superstars. Anna Bevan reports.
After what most described as a succesful integration into the Men's World Cup last summer, VAR is taking heat at the Women's World Cup with the controversial review in the France/Nigeria matchup taking..
(CNN)Former UEFA President Michel Platini says he has been left feeling 'hurt' after being detained as part of a corruption investigation over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. Platini, who..
With just minutes left in their 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup™, Argentina's Milagros Menéndez came on as a sub and capitalized on a late run to put one on the... FOX Sports Also reported by •Firstpost •Deutsche Welle •Hindu •Zee News
"This record doesn't belong to me, it belongs to all of us," 33-year-old Marta said after crashing home a penalty with 16 minutes left to score her... Firstpost Also reported by •Deutsche Welle •Zee News