Did you know that the first women’s football event was held in 1991 - 61 years after the first ever men’s football event?
It’s football season, and this time the women are in the spotlight as FIFA bridges the gap between female empowerment, cameraderie, and sports with the 2019 Women’s World Cup. This year, 24 teams will compete for the world title across nine cities in France.
Did you know that the first women’s football event was held in 1991 - 61 years after the first ever men’s football event? Each year the sports spectacle grows in popularity together with the number of participating countries. Germany, in particular, has had a victorious run winning two gold medals in 2003 and 2007. This year promises excitement with USA expected to win the event and France battling it for the runner-up award, according to CBS Sport.
Do you think that Germany will score big and reclaim victory yet again? With a solid line-up and some of your favourite players on board, the 8th edition of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final is an event you won’t want to miss.
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