women's football

England took a surprising and historic 3rd place in the 2015 Women's World Cup. Is it time you went to see a match for yourself
On Sunday 5th July 2015 the USA Women's Football (Soccer) Team won the FIFA Women's World Cup after beating Japan 5-2.The
During the whole competition I only missed two games and that was either because of not wanting to multi-screen matches or not having the staying power until 5am. I covered the games not just on twitter but in a national newspaper as well and it was incredibly satisfying.
With the Women's World Cup reaching it's final game, there is one women's team for whom football is not only a beautiful
I defy you to maintain that women's football is boring, but if you insist - after having genuinely watched a significant amount - then the solution, I'm afraid, is to keep watching and keep investing to improve the standard of the game.
Any football fan will admit there's a big difference between men's and women's football, for example the men pretend to be
The Women's World Cup has been action packed. I've loved every minute of it. Like an ever growing army of people, I'm counting down the hours until our Lionesses take on hosts Canada in Vancouver in the wee small hours of Sunday morning. And I'm fortunate enough to be cheering them on in person.
As the money creeps further into the game, albeit slowly, is that increasing the pressure, which increases the intensity, which increases the likelihood of players losing their heads in the heat of the moment?
The country lies 53rd in the international rankings despite having professional players from these small pockets of the country. If the AIFF and its state affiliates roll up their sleeves and get to work, the possibilities for the women's game are immense.
Football has long been a man's world. While top male players take home six figures every week and are cheered by millions