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Football's world governing body FIFA has set up a 100 million dollar World Cup Legacy Fund for Brazil, aimed at sports facilities, youth and women's football, and medical and health projects.January 20, 2015
The biggest names in women's football, including U.S. striker Abby Wambach, do not believe protests to FIFA over artificial pitches at the 2015 World Cup will make a difference.January 13, 2015
Julie Foudy discusses Team USA's road to a potential FIFA Women's World Cup after the U.S. drew Group D, featuring Australia, Sweden and Nigeria.December 06, 2014