Why Krieger is expecting a 'seamless' transition into the USWNT for Hayes (1:46)
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FIFA reveal Brazil will host the 2027 Women's World Cup (1:14)
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10dEmily Keogh

FIFA vote awards Brazil 2027 Women's World Cup

Brazil has been confirmed as host of the 2027 Women's World Cup after the voting from 211 federations at the 74th FIFA Congress celebrated in Bangkok on Friday.

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19dReuters

Ex-Spain chief, coach to stand trial for WWC kiss

Former Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) chief Luis Rubiales will stand trial for his unsolicited kiss of national team player Jenni Hermoso after a High Court judge admitted the case, the court said Wednesday.

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19dMark Ogden

FIFA: Brazil bid leads Europe for '27 Women's WC

Brazil has moved ahead of a joint Germany-Belgium-Netherlands bid to stage the 2027 Women's World Cup after being given a higher rating by FIFA's technical inspection team ahead of next week's vote to decide the host nation of the event.

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27dJeff Kassouf

U.S., Mexico withdraw '27 WWC bid, look to '31

U.S. Soccer and the Mexican Football Federation have withdrawn their bid to jointly host the 2027 Women's World Cup and will instead focus on securing the 2031 Women's World Cup, the federations announced on Monday.

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39dAssociated Press

FIFA to rebuild Blatter-era committee system

FIFA is set to create dozens of new committees and expert panels, reversing a governance reform passed in 2016 when the world football body was in turmoil during corruption scandals.

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47dEmily Keogh

England's Daly retires from international football

England and Aston Villa forward Rachel Daly announced her retirement from international football on Wednesday, a day after featuring in the win over the Republic of Ireland.

Smith reflects on 'rollercoaster of emotions' after USWNT's World Cup exit (0:56)
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Motlhalo says Africa's players shone at World Cup (1:19)
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72dAssociated Press

FIFA gives Infantino 33% pay rise to $4.6m

FIFA raised president Gianni Infantino's base salary by 33% last year to make his total pay package worth more than $4.67 million, world football's governing body said in its financial report released Friday.

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80dMarissa Lordanic

IWD: The dual investment which has built the Matildas juggernaut

In celebration of International Women's Day, Marissa Lordanic looks at the dual investment, from Football Australia and sponsors as well as fans, that has combined to create the cultural and economic phenomenon that is the Matildas.

TFP: Heyman pivotal in filling Matildas' Kerr-sized gap (2:14)
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Lawson: 'Little surprise' to see Spain as Nations League champions (1:10)
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89dSam Marsden

Hermoso on Rubiales case: It made me stronger

Spain's Jenni Hermoso said it still hurts that she was dropped after winning the World Cup but that the past six months have made her stronger ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Nations League final against France.

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90dESPN

Bonmatí: Spain's World Cup win changed nothing

Aitana Bonmatí has said Spain's victory at the 2023 Women's World Cup was "for nothing" as little has changed in the women's football infrastructure in the country.

Casparij: Busy women's football calendar is not healthy (1:01)
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How the USWNT's 'next generation' shined vs. Dominican Republic (1:16)
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Kundananji's agent reveals her 'shock' in finding out world record fee (2:03)
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Why Racheal Kundananji 'fell in love' with Bay FC  (1:23)
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122dESPN

Rubiales' 3-year FIFA ban upheld on appeal

FIFA has announced that the three-year ban on all footballing activities for former Spanish FA (RFEF) chief Luis Rubiales has been upheld on appeal.

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123dReuters

Spanish court wants Rubiales, Vilda to stand trial

A Spanish High Court judge proposed on Thursday that former football federation chief Luis Rubiales stand trial for kissing player Jenni Hermoso's lips after Spain's victory in the Women's World Cup.

FIFA Women's World Cup Ladder

Group AGPWDLGDP
Switzerland3120+25
Norway3111+54
New Zealand311104
Philippines3102-73
Group BGPWDLGDP
Australia3201+46
Nigeria3120+15
Canada3111-34
Republic of Ireland3012-21
Group CGPWDLGDP
Japan3300+119
Spain3201+46
Zambia3102-83
Costa Rica3003-70
Group DGPWDLGDP
England3300+79
Denmark3201+26
China3102-53
Haiti3003-40
Group EGPWDLGDP
Netherlands3210+87
United States3120+35
Portugal3111+14
Vietnam3003-120
Group FGPWDLGDP
France3210+47
Jamaica3120+15
Brazil3111+34
Panama3003-80
Group GGPWDLGDP
Sweden3300+89
South Africa311104
Italy3102-53
Argentina3012-31
Group HGPWDLGDP
Colombia3201+26
Morocco3201-46
Germany3111+54
South Korea3012-31