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6dESPN

White nets on 100th cap in England WCQ win

England went five points clear at the top of their World Cup qualifying group after beating Austria 1-0 at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.

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23dReuters

Brazil legend Formiga confirms retirement

Brazil's most-capped player Formiga is to retire from international duty this month, bringing an end to a career that included seven World Cups.

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FIFA begin women's football advisory board

FIFA announced that consultations will be held with clubs, leagues and member associations "to take informed ideas to a broader audience."

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48dAssociated Press

IOC: FIFA's World Cup plan will hurt Olympics

The International Olympic Committee said on Saturday that it has "concerns'' about FIFA's push for soccer World Cups every two years.

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52dESPN

Bronze, Houghton, Roebuck to miss WC qualifiers

England coach Sarina Wiegman will be without Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze and Ellie Roebuck for their World Cup qualifying matches.

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59dReuters

Women's leagues criticise new World Cup plan

FIFA's plans for a biennial World Cup would have a "profoundly detrimental" impact on the women's game, UEFA has said.

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76dESPN

England women win 8-0 in World Cup qualifier

England's women's team began their World Cup qualifying campaign in resounding fashion with an 8-0 thrashing of North Macedonia.

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Ex-U.S. women's coach Ellis to advise FIFA

FIFA has appointed former World Cup-winning coach Jill Ellis to lead the technical advisory group on the future of women's soccer.

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115dMarissa Lordanic

What can the Matildas learn from Tokyo?

The Matildas have long been earmarked for their potential; now everything is set for them to move on from Tokyo 2020 to realise it.

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197dAssociated Press

'23 WWC sets July 20-Aug. 20 dates

The 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will be played between July 20-Aug. 20.

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198dAssociated Press

Saudi Arabia proposes World Cups every 2 years

Saudi Arabia's football federation has formally asked FIFA to look at staging biennial World Cups for men and women.