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The defending champion showed absolute dominance in the tournament that took place in France.

Recruiting American women to enter the Women’s World Cup 2019 as the defending champion. The girls of the flower flag were crowned in this tournament in 1991, 1995 and 2015.

On the day of the army, the US women’s team performed the “massacre” of neighbors of Vietnam, the Thai team 13 goals not removed.

In the next match, Carli Lloyd’s brace and the remaining table of Julie Ertz helped America 3-0 over Chile.

The girls recruited the group to close the group stage with a complete victory after beating Sweden 2-0 in the final match.

It was not until the eighth round, Jill Ellis‘s team received the first defeat. However, the students of this coach still won a 2-1 victory over Spain to fill in the quarterfinals.

Against the French owner in the quarterfinals, Megan Rapinoe shone with a brace to help the USA win 2-1, winning the right to the fourth round.

At the semifinals, a strong and youthful England international under Phil Neville couldn’t stop the defending champion. American girls had their third consecutive victory with the same score 2-1 to fill in the final name.

The US women’s team closed an ‘unrivaled’ journey when it overcame the Netherlands 2-0 in the final with goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle.

The absolute dominance of American women in two consecutive World Cups.

Megan Rapinoe also received the Golden Ball (best player) and Golden Shoe (the player with the most goals).

Her teammate Alex Morgan has 6 goals but only receives the Silver Shoe because there are fewer assists. Yellow gloves belong to Dutch goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal.

Marta (Brazilian)

Referring to women’s football, there will be a lot of people who know the name Marta. The Brazilian player has never won the Women’s World Cup championship but only won the runner-up in 2007. However, Marta is still considered the legend of this tournament when there were 15 goals after four championships projections from 2007-2015.

2007 was also the peak of Marta when she scored 7 goals to put Brazil in the final but lost to Germany 0-2. Marta had five times to win the title of FIFA’s best female player of the year, as well as Messi or Ronaldo of male football. At the age of 32, Marta will still join the Brazilian women to attend the 2019 Women’s World Cup finals in France next year. After 133 matches for Brazilian women, this 10-year-old striker has had 110 goals, making the professional male players admire.

Birgit Prinz (German)

This is a notorious striker of German women in her period from 1994-2001. Prinz has 214 appearances for German women, scoring 128 goals. Compared to Brazil’s Marta, Prinz only has more than two times, but World Championships in 2003 and 2007. This striker has also won five Women’s Euro titles and three times won the Women’s Champions League. In terms of individual titles, Prinz has also been honored three times as FIFA’s Best Female Player of the Year and 8 consecutive times as the Best German Female Player of the Year. Prinz had 14 goals in the Women’s World Cup after 5 entries.

Abby Wambach (American)

Compared to Marta and Prinz, Wambach also has a terrific hunting instinct when there are 184 goals after 256 appearances for America. After the 2015 World Championship, the striker decided to retire. Wambach has had 14 goals after four World Cup games, along with two World Championships. Wambach is considered the sports symbol of America for many years. In 2012 the striker received the title of FIFA’s Best Female Player of the Year.

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FIFA is about to conduct a draw to divide the table for the finals of the Women’s World Cup 2019 on December 8. Let’s learn more about this tournament.

Time takes place: from June 7 to July 7, 2019

Host: France (for the first time)

Number of teams participating: 24 teams, divided into 6 tables

Asia: Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand

Europe: France, Germany, England, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden

The championship team

American women are the first country to have the honor of lifting the World Cup – World Cup when defeating Norwegian women in the final in Guangzhou, China. After 7 times the tournament was held, American women were also the most champion team with three times in 1991, 1999 and 2015. German women were the first team to successfully defend the World Championship in 2003 and 2007.

The Japanese women football team was the first Asian country to win the world in 2011 when defeating the United States in the final in Frankfurt, Germany. Four years ago on Canada, the Japanese women’s football team also came to the finals but easily lost to final US girls 2-5.

Tournament scale

In the first two times held in 1991 and 1995, the tournament only had 12 teams participating, divided into 3 groups. There will be 2 more ranked 3rd best teams in the tables that win tickets to the quarterfinals. By 1999 in the United States, the Women’s World Cup was increased with 16 teams participating, divided into 4 groups.

By 2015, the World Women’s football championship was increased to 24 participating teams, divided into 6 groups. The format of this tournament is very similar to that of Euro 2016 when 4 best 3 teams will enter the round of 16 teams.

World Women's Football Cup 2019: China has a patriotic spirit for the team

French news agency AFP on 23/05/2019 said that Chinese female players before leaving for France to compete in the World Women’s Football Cup 2019 must follow the lessons on “patriotism”.

“Fatherland in my heart” is the name of a series of compulsory training courses for the Chinese women’s team. The announcement of the Chinese Football Federation on Tuesday, May 21st explains that “this course helps enlighten the members about the basic rights and obligations of citizens and imbue the principles further.

The image posted on the federated website showed the female players in a classroom, hands holding books and pens, watching a projection screen intently, placed next to the large Chinese flag hanging on the wall.

World Women's Football Cup 2019: China has a patriotic spirit for the team

The course was held when there were only two weeks left until the 2019 Women’s World Cup kicked off in France. The Chinese women’s team in the first match will meet formidable German opponents in the city of Rennes on June 8.

Ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings, the Chinese team is in Group B along with Spain, South Africa, and Germany. Probably with this course, China’s “Steel Roses” hope to defeat Germany’s Mannschaft?

Like the World Cup finals for men, women also have a FIFA world football tournament organized by FIFA as FIFA Women’s World Cup. China was the first country to host the UEFA Women’s World Cup in 1991. In 2007, the most prestigious women’s tournament also returned to this billion-dollar country. Just like men, the World Cup is also held once every 4 years. Every year after the men’s World Cup is held for a year, FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held.

Let’s wait to see what Chinese women football team can achieve this FIFA Women’s World Cup season!

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FIFA aims to increase the number of female players in the world to 60 million by 2026, which is double the current number, national tournaments and women’s football clubs will also be professionalized.

World Football Federation (FIFA) on October 10 announced the global women’s football development strategy.

According to the above development strategy, FIFA aims to increase the number of female players in the world to 60 million by 2026 – double the current number, while national tournaments as well as clubs Women’s football sets will be professionalized across the globe.

FIFA’s head of women’s football, Ms. Sarai Bareman, said: “The three most important issues we need to pay attention to are to encourage participation in women’s football, strengthen the economic treatment and construction of training facilities for women’s football.”

She emphasized the goal of including “discovering and fostering the development of coaches, referees, management and others who do other women’s football work, to create a strong system. , towards sustainable achievements. “

FIFA officials also said that increasing the income of women footballers is an important part of this strategy.

In addition, FIFA also began implementing a program to encourage women’s empowerment through football, in which the FIFA Commission is expected to have one third of the female members by 2022.

Currently FIFA is having the first female General Secretary, Ms. Fatma Samoura, who runs with FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

FIFA ensures gender equality with 2 new titles honoring female players

FIFA will present the title of the best female goalkeeper and the best female team title of the year in the Awards Ceremony held annually to honor the best footballers. This move is to ensure that both male and female players will now be selected to award prizes in the same categories. This year’s tournament will be held in Milan (Italy) on September 23.

FIFA announced the official poster of the World Women's Football Championship 2019

FIFA Women’s World Cup is a football tournament organized by the World Football Association (FIFA) for all women’s football teams of FIFA’s member countries.

It is expected that 48 teams will attend the 2022 World Cup.

The official poster of the World Women’s Football Championship 2019 clearly shows the theme of the tournament, which is to ensure a level playing field for women in the field of football.

The World Football Federation (FIFA) on March 8 announced the official poster of the 2019 World Women’s Football Championship.

Introduced right on International Women’s Day, the official poster of the World Women’s Football Championship 2019 clearly shows the theme of the tournament, which is to ensure a level playing field for women in the field of football, and encourage confidence for women through football.

FIFA announced the official poster of the World Women's Football Championship 2019

The center of the poster is the face of a woman on the background of a ball. The light yellow color on the poster shows light and shimmering under the slogan of the tournament “Dare to Shine“.

The character’s hair in the poster fluttered in the wind, reflecting the global women’s confidence.

Meanwhile, the expression of determination and ambitious eyes of the character shows the desire to become the women’s soccer champion of participating teams this year.

The official poster of the 2019 World Women’s Football Championship is on display at Galerie Celal in Paris for visitors on March 9 and 10, next to the other posters of the nine cities hosting the event. this.

The 2019 world women’s football championship will take place from 7-6 to 7-7. There are 24 teams competing in 52 matches of this year.

French host cities include Grenoble, Le Havre, Lyon, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Reims, Rennes and Valenciennes.

Asian women's football: deserves being heroics

When defender Saki Kumagai made the 11th minute decision and completed Japan’s incredible retrograde against the American team in the 2011 World Cup final, she not only wrote a new chapter for Japanese football but also gave world women’s football.

With that victory, Japan became the first country that surpassed all Germany, Norway or the United States to win a grand prize since these events took place in 1991.

Speaking of women’s football, the world may only notice Germany, the United States, Norway and Brazil, the teams that won 23 of the 27 first, second and third places at the Olympic and World Cup for women football from 1991 to 2008. Comparatively, in the recent 6 World Cups of men’s football, 10 different teams have been in the Top 3.

Asian women's football: deserves being heroics

However, in the 2011 World Cup, the rest of the world seems to have caught up with the top teams. To see more clearly, in the 2011 World Cup, the average difference in matches is only 1.5 goals, the lowest in the World Cup history until the 2015 World Cup. When the women football’s World Cup expanded to 16 teams in 1999, the average goal difference was reduced sharply and the number of unexpected results increased.

This change certainly has a significant contribution from Japan and other Asian teams. This is a little doubt because for a long time, Asia is still considered a low-lying area on the world’s women football ma. Remember in the 2014 World Cup, 4 teams of Iran, Japan, South Korea and Australia did not win a match and were at the bottom of the group stage. A year later at the Women’s World Cup, all five teams had at least one win, in which Thailand was the only team that did not qualify for the knockout round.

7 richest female football players in the world

Here are 7 of the richest female soccer stars based on their monthly income.

1. Alex Morgan: $ 455,000.

Being the star of America’s female football team, Morgan plays for Orlando Pride club. Morgan was chosen as the sexiest female player in the world.

7 richest female football players in the world

2. Nikole Banecki: $ 90,000.

The professional player of the German, who has a Cameroonian mother and German father. Nikole is playing for Freiburg Club. The female football striker has played for Germany since 2008 and is currently playing for Bayern Munich. Nikole has a younger sister, Sylvie, who is also a professional player.

3. Marta Vieira: $ 400,000.

The Brazilian striker is currently playing for the club Damallsvenskan in the Swedish women’s tournament. She used to win the title of the best female FIFA player.

4. Amandine Henry: USD 70,000.

French player Olympique Lyon is playing as a defensive midfielder. Henry was famous at the 2015 World Cup (Canada) when he scored a goal against Finland from 28 yards in the group stage.

5. Nilla Ficher: $ 67,500.

The Swedish international is on his way to German club Wolfsburg. I used to kick Malmo’s home club. Nilla kicked the center-back position.

6. Hope Solo: $ 65,000.

The American goalkeeper has a massive record with the Olympic champions and a World Cup championship (2015). The 34-year-old female player is playing for Seattle Reign.

7. Abby Wambach: $ 200,000.

The 35-year-old female midfielder announced to give up her career in 2016. The female striker has two Olympic trophies and won the 2015 World Cup. She also won FIFA 2012’s best player and now holds many football records when she scored 184 goals for the American women football team.

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Marta (Brazil)

Marta Vieira da Silva, born in 1986, is considered the No. 1 legend of women’s football in the world. She is mentioned with many different nicknames such as soccer queen, Pele wearing a skirt, the best player in the world, etc.

Best women football strikers of all time

The football player is well known for excellent ball handling skills, observation, dribbling, and score goals. Marta is the owner of the FIFA World Player of the Year award for 5 consecutive times in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. She also won the Golden Ball at the 2004 World U19 Women’s Football Championship. In addition, she and the Brazilian team won a silver medal at the 2004 Summer Games. Marta currently holds the record for the most goals scored at the World Cup with 15 goals, surpassing the previous record of Birgit Prinz with 14 goals.

Mia Hamm (USA)

Born in 1972, Mia Hamm is considered a legendary symbol of American women football. Mia Hamm is the inspiration for the grass dream of so many girls around the world, who bring gender equality in football. With 158 goals in 275 matches for the national team, Mia Hamm is honored by American men as the greatest striker of all time in the United States.

Mia Hamm has twice become the best female player in the world (2001 and 2002) and was chosen by the football king Pele as one of the 125 greatest players in the world of all time. Mia Hamm officially retired and gave up her glorious career in 2004.

Michelle Akers (USA)

Michelle Akers was born in 1966, she is one of the best female football players of American football. In the 1991 season, Akers set a record when he scored 39 goals in 26 games. Akers was also the top striker in the 1991 Women’s World Cup with 10 goals.

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Number 1 wobbles

Since women’s football has been recognized as a competitive sport about 25 years ago, no country has been as successful as the United States, which has won four of the five Olympic gold medals and two championships. World Cup.

However, as the gap between the US and other teams gradually narrowed, the championship became more and more difficult for them. In fact, America has not won a World Cup title since 1999 and this year, they are not even considered the brightest candidates. That role was for Germany, the team eventually losing to the Americans in the semifinals. However, that victory did not make American girls optimistic and hoped that their 16-year wait would be over in Canada.

“We have not won anything yet,” said striker Abby Wambach, who has made four World Cup appearances and is the number one player in American football history with 183 goals in 247 international matches. “I know defeating Germany is worth celebrating but we still haven’t won the World Cup …”

Wambach’s cautiousness is not redundant because the World Cup 2015 brings to the American team both worries and satisfaction. For years, American football has grown steadily. At the international level, American players outperform their opponents physically and technically. The thing is, sports are not so simple, while Americans are weak in terms of tactics and defense. Therefore, passing the group stage, defeating China and Germany did not say that they would win against Japan and end the title thirst for long since the 1999 final against China on the packed Rose Bowl 90,185. fake.

That will be the shadow that Wambach and his comrades need to escape, so they can stand on par with Mia Hamm and the seniors of the time. There is no denying that American football is the strongest in the world when they have never been lower than the 3rd place in the 12 World Cups and the Olympic Games but surprisingly, for the past 16 years, they have not yet reached a victory.

The world has changed

The most noticeable change since 1999 is the tournament. In that summer’s World Cup, Japan had to pick up the ball 10 times (scoring 1 goal) in just 3 matches but this summer, they came to Canada as defending champions. France did not make it to the qualifying rounds in four of the first five World Cups and now, they are third in the world after Germany and the US.

Likewise, the first time the England team reached the semi-finals, before losing to Japan because of the counter-kick at the last minute. Or 12 years ago, Colombia had won 12 goals in a regional match and now, they have created one of the biggest surprises of the World Cup when defeating France. Meanwhile, for the first time this summer, Cameroon became the first African team after 16 years to overcome the group stage.

These changes may not appear if FIFA does not recognize the development of women’s football and decided to raise the number of participating teams from 16 to 24 this year. While the expansion of the tournament is easy to create disparity matches, such as Germany defeating Ivory Coast 10-0, it also paved the way for teams with traditional male football such as Spain and the Netherlands. for the first time.

“Women’s football has exploded all over the world,” said Briana Scurry, the goalkeeper of the American team in 1999. And the German coach, Silvia Neid, commented, “Women’s football has grown strongly. The more technical players hours, get better workout. The matches become faster ”.

The challenge for Americans is therefore greater and to maintain their position, they realize that developing players is not only through national youth teams but also through the national women’s football championship. (NWSL) started the third season, following the defeat of the Soccer Association Women’s United Awards (2001-03) and Women’s Professional Soccer (2009-11).

In addition, the US Football Federation (USSF) has joined with Canada and Mexico to sponsor the NWSL by paying important players (other players and foreign players by the club). In fact, among the 23 players of the US team to attend the World Cup, except for Wambach, they are all members of the NWSL clubs.

Even so, as Sky Blue FC of coach Jim Gabarra said, American women’s football is still behind men’s football, which is a US Major (MLS) award for 10-15 years. Therefore, USSF and NWSL officials hope the success of the national team in the World Cup will create a fever for American football, as well as to affirm that in the overall development of women’s football gender, Americans are still No. 1.