In the latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Ranking, USA remain top followed by Germany and Nadeshiko Japan.
There are few changes in the women's football World rankings since the previous edition on 7th December…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
FIFA have revealed the final nominees for the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year award 2012 and the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women’s Football 2012 in a press conference today attended by FIFA President Joseph Blatter.
The three nominees for FIFA Women's Player of the Year are Abby Wambach (USA), Alex Morgan (USA) and Marta (Brazil)
They were selected from the …
FIFA have announced the names of players and coaches who have made the shortlists for the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year and the FIFA World Coach of the year for women's football for 2012.
The final decision will be made by the captains and head coaches of the women’s national…Continue
The Canadian Soccer Association have released details yesterday that they have received notification by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee that Christine Sinclair has been suspended for 4 matches and fined.
The decision was made because the FIFA Disciplinary Committee believed that Christine Sinclair's behaviour during the London…Continue
The producer of one of the best-selling video franchises of all time FIFA, says "if not this year, women's soccer will be in video games soon".
Fans of the women's game have been making requests for female characters to feature in the very popular video games and it seems that they are getting closer to making this a reality.
There are concerns…Continue
USA still lead the way at the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Rankings, Brazil drop to fifth as a result of recent defeats to Japan, USA and Canada.
This edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's Rankings, takes into account results of 62 international matches (majority of which were qualification matches). Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Venezuela, Guyana and Bolivia are no longer ranked as they have been…Continue
Sawa injured her right thigh during INAC Kobe's recent game against FC…Continue
Here is FIFA's breakdown of voting percentages for the women's awards at the FIFA Ballon D'Or 2011.
Sawa topped the women's World Player of the Year voting with 28.51% while Sasaki won the World women's coach of the year 2011 award with 45.57% of the vote.
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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
Nadeshiko Japan have made there first ever top three appearance in the FIFA/Coca Cola Women's World Rankings.
Brazil women's national team fall out of the top 3 World ranked teams as the FIFA Women's World Cup winners climbed to…Continue
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President of FIFA Sepp Blatter, has said bringing the tournament to the champions home turf was a welcome idea, but Blatter is yet to commit.
Nadeshiko Japan won the women's World Cup tournament in Germany in…Continue
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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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Marta, Sawa and Wambach are all contenders for this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or Award for the Women's World Player of the Year 2011 award.
Ten women from the World of women's football were short-listed for the prestigious…Continue
USA remain top of the women's World Rankings after the updated list was released today. The recent women's World Cup in Germany has made an impact on the latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola women's World rankings.
Although there have been changes in the points in the top five, there have not been any movers. The women's World Cup finalists USA remain at the top, still followed by Germany (who were knocked out at…Continue
The results from the FIFA Ballon d'Or Award ceremony are being announced.
Significant awards for the women's football World are:
Fifa Fair Play Award 2010: Haiti U17 National Women's Team
Women's Coach of the Year…Continue