FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe calls for action as equal pay chants greet US World Cup triumph
Megan Rapinoe continued the fight for equal pay between the men and women footballers after leading USA to fourth Women's World Cup title. She found support from the crowd in Lyon.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe, Rose Lavelle score as USA beat Netherlands to defend title
USA clinched the FIFA Women's World Cup for a fourth time with goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle. USA also improved on their own record for most goals in a World Cup.
After putting the United States 2-1 up in the 31st minute, Alex Morgan ran to the sideline and stopped to sip an imaginary cup of tea, sparking a slew of memes and American Revolution references on social media.
Sweden had not beaten Germany at a major tournament since 1995. They will have a score to settle with Netherlands, their next opponents, who they lost to at Euro 2017
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: England captain Steph Houghton not bothered by controversial win over Cameroon
Steph Houghton is not thinking about the controversial victory over Cameroon but England coach Phil Neville said that he was "ashamed" by Cameroon's behaviour
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Australia's Sam Kerr hailed as 'GOAT' after four-goal romp over Jamaica
Sam Kerr scored all four goals in Australia's 4-1 win over Jamaica in the group stage of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 in France.
FIFA Women's World Cup highlights the glaring gender pay gap, poor treatment of women players, lack of support and glaring inequalities in treatment of the women. Strikes, legal action and consistently speaking out are helping these women make their case.
FIFA said that they have allocated a million tickets for the ongoing women’s World Cup in France but only 14 of the 52 matches are sold out
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsan ruled out of group phase due to toe injury
Germany midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan will miss their matches against Spain on Wednesday and South Africa next week at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 due to a broken toe.
The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup — expected to be the most-watched edition of the tournament in history — will showcase how much progress the women’s game has made over the years.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: USA, Japan lead the way towards recognition of women's game by outshining men's sides
If history is any indication, both USA and Japan will break more barriers in the FIFA Women's World Cup later this summer, attaining newer zeniths.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: From USA's Rose Lavelle to Australia's Sam Kerr, top players to watch out for in 24-nation tournament
Every World Cup has breakout players and established stars who light up the tournament and this summer won’t be any different when 24 teams compete for the global crown in the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019.
Australia had previously bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup but lost out to Qatar.