The 2019 Women’s World Cup kicks off in less than three weeks in France. FIFA announced fans who bought Women's World Cup tickets could print them out starting on Monday.
Women's World Cup tickets were cheap and fairly easy to score, even for the final and semifinals, as we outlined here. But it appears FIFA’s ticketing system had some major flaws.
Almost immediately on Monday, people began to notice a huge problem — and FIFA’s response was even more infuriating.
Ada Hegerberg won’t be going to the Women’s World Cup this summer with Norway, as we’ve explained in the past. So the Women's Champions League final was essentially her World Cup.
She made the most of it.
In case you missed out on the action, the USWNT had itself a scoring fiesta during its 5-0 win in its second-to-last Send-Off Series match against New Zealand on Thursday night. 35,761 fans at Busch Stadium experienced greatness from the entire USWNT, but especially from two well-known veterans: Carli Lloyd and Ali Krieger.
The U.S. women’s national team is heading into its final games before entering into the real deal, the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
The U.S. is coming off a 3-0 sweep against South Africa on May 12 in the first of three games in the Send-Off Series. The team will be continuing its series on Thursday at 7p.m. CT at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, against fellow World Cup opponent New Zealand.
In 2014, the Jamaican women’s national team was on the verge of disbanding. Then Bob Marley’s daughter Cedella Marley helped save the Reggae Girlz. This summer, they’ll be playing in the Women’s World Cup.
The USWNT isn’t the only France-bound team to put out an inspiring Women's World Cup ad this year.
About a week after FOX put out an inspiring and gritty Women's World Cup ad with USWNT stars Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Becky Sauerbrunn, the German women’s national team put out its own inspirational commercial ahead of this summer’s tournament in France.
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is only 25 days away, and the USWNT is showing how prepared it is to defend the title. In its first Send-Off Series match against South Africa on Sunday night in Santa Clara, California, the USWNT struggled to find the back of the net until the 36th minute.
Samantha Mewis took matters into her own hands when she beat a South African defender at the top of the box and put the U.S. on the scoreboard.
The Arsenal Women wrapped up their record third FA Women’s Super League championship with a 1-0 victory over league runner-up Manchester City on Saturday.
The league crown was wrapped up on April 28 with a 4-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion (something the Arsenal men couldn’t do that week), preventing a dramatic finale in which Man City, the 2019 FA Cup winner, otherwise might have been able to nip the title on the final day.