Messi, Rapinoe Win Prestigious Ballon d’Or Prizes

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By Daniel Etchells | Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has won the Ballon d'Or, football's most prestigious individual prize,...

Armour: Standards, Expectations High for New US Women’s Coach

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By Nancy Armour | Congratulations, Vlatko Andonovski. Don’t screw it up. The longtime National Women's...

Human Rights Watch Urges FIFA to “Act More Swiftly” on Abuse in Afghanistan

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By Liam Morgan | Human Rights Watch has urged FIFA to "act more swiftly" on complaints and evidence...

FIFA Thinks Women’s Soccer Can be a Money Maker

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By Evan Weiner | The governing body of soccer, FIFA, sees a cash cow in the making: The...

London Set to Host FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final

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By Liam Morgan | Thirty-two of the planet's best FIFA players are set to battle it out for...

Ellis Steps Down as USWNT Coach After Back-to-Back World Cup Titles

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By Matthew Smith | Jill Ellis, the first female coach to win back to back FIFA World Cups,...

FIFA Reintroduces Word “Corruption” into Code of Ethics

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By Dan Palmer | FIFA has reintroduced the word "corruption" into its updated Code of Ethics for 2019.

FIFA Bans Official for Bribery in Connection to Match Fixing

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By Liam Morgan | Former Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) official Abu Bakarr Kabba has become the latest to...

Infantino Wants to Expand 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup to 32 Teams

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By Liam Morgan | FIFA President Gianni Infantino is hoping to bring his preference for expansion to the...

FIFA Women’s World Cup’s Ability to Make Headlines is a Sign of Success

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By Nancy Gillen | Parc Olympique Lyonnais hosted the conclusion of the month-long FIFA Women’s World Cup on...

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