The team will then embark on a European Tour with international friendly matches against the Netherlands (29th June), Dutch club side Ado Den Haag (2nd July) and world No.5 France (6th July).
The announcement of the Westfield Matildas…Continue
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Both positions are full-time as U.S. Soccer continues to invest in the continued growth and…Continue
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Abby Wambach wins the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year 2012!
Abby Wambach was presented her award by team mate Hope Solo and President Sepp Blatter.
Abby Wambach is a striker for the USWNT, and is currently just six goals behind the US record of 158 international goals, currently held by Mia Hamm. Wambach has reached the final of the FIFA Women's World…Continue
Since we heard about Pia Sundhage's move from the USWNT head coach back home to manage her own country Sweden, the question on everyone's lips is who will follow on from Pia.
Pia Sundhage leaves a huge legacy at USA, with a…Continue
USA Women’s National Team head coach Pia Sundhage has named a 23-player roster that will travel to Japan in early April to compete in the Women’s Kirin Challenge Cup against 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup champion Japan and Brazil.
The USA will open against the hosts at Yurtec Stadium in Sendai on April 1 at 7:30 p.m. local (6:30 a.m. ET), before travelling south to face the Brazilians on April 3 at Fukuda Denshi Arena in Chiba at 8 p.m. local time (7…Continue
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Pia Mariane Sundhage was born in Ulricehamn, Sweden on the 13th of February 1960.
Pia started playing football as a youth for IFK Ulricehamn, she played most of her career as a forward her first senior club was Falköpings KIK in…Continue
Homare Sawa (Japan) wins the FIFA women's World Player of the year award 2011 beating Marta and Wambach. Norio Sasaki (Japan) beat Bruno Bini (France) and Pia Sundhage (USWNT) to win the Women's World Coach of the Year 2011.
Nadeshiko Japan veteran Homare Sawa was crowned the FIFA women's World Player of the Year 2011 beating five time winner Marta and Abby…Continue
Head Coach of the Canadian women's national team, John Herdman has announced the squad of 23 players to attend a December camp in Fullerton, CA, USA.
The camp will assist the Canadian women's football team's preparations for the CONCACAF 2012 women's Olympic qualifying tournament which takes place in Canada.
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Bruno Bini (France), Norio Sasaki (Japan) and Pia Sundhage (USWNT Coach) have all been nominated for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women’s Football award 2011.
The nominees were selected from a short-list of 10…Continue
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Jorge Barcellos takes the role of Brazil women's national team head coach ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The coach has big ambitions for the Brazilian women's national football team, to bring home the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic tournament next summer.
Barcellos' first test will be the…Continue
The list of ten female candidates has been drawn up by experts from the Committee for Women’s Football and the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ as well as by experts from France Football. The list of ten coaches has been drawn up by football experts from the Football Committee, the Technical and Development Committee and the Committee for Women’s Football and the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, as well as by a group of experts from France Football.
Glasgow City Head Coach, Eddie Wolecki Black will fly out to the UEFA Headquarters in Nyon for Tuesday’s draw for the last 32 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Having qualified on Tuesday for the knock out stages of the competition for the first ever time, the Scottish Champions are now seeded 20th in Europe. The top 16 seeds however, did not need to qualify and City will be drawn against one of these when their name is…
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After a talk with DFB president Dr Theo Zwanziger and the DFB general secretary Wolfgang Niersbach in headquarters, Silvia Neid has decided to fulfill her contract runs until 2016 and thus to train in the future, the German women's national team.
Silvia Neid said: "After the disappointing for me retiring from the World Cup, I needed a few days to think about. The keen interest of my team and the confidence that I Zwanziger, DFB President and Secretary General…
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Coach Thomas Dennerby releasing a debut for the national team last collection before the World Cup squad charged. Umeå IK's striker Sofia Jakobsson, 21, has been selected in the squad that travels to England May 13th and 18th 2011
HOPE POWELL is approaching her 134th game as manager of the England women's team.
If you include her 66 caps as a player, then a friendly against the United States tomorrow week will be the 200th time she has been involved with her country.
Powell, 44, has been team boss for almost 13 years and…
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German National Team Coach Silvia Neid held a press conference today to announce her preliminary squad of 26 players. Silvia Neid and her team have ten weeks preparation for the FIFA World Cup 2011 since the German DFB ended Bundesliga early.
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