Australia and New Zealand have joined forces in a bid to host the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.
If the bid is successful, it would be the first time the event has been hosted in the southern hemisphere.
Venues in all six Australian states would be used, with a renovated 75,000-seat stadium at Sydney's Olympic Park tipped to host the final.
Colombia, Japan, Brazil and Argentina are also in the running to win the hosting rights.
Football Federation Australia chairman Chris Nikou said the track...
Australia's bid for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup is shaping to be a joint bid with New Zealand.
The success of this year's tournament in France resulted in FIFA officials expanding the 2023 edition from 24 teams to 32.
FFA chairman Chris Nikou said on Tuesday that due to the increased demand for venues a dual bid is being discussed, with a resolution expected in coming days.
"We're still in dialogue with New Zealand and a decision will be made shortly as the bid book is due on December 13,"...
U.S. Soccer is seeking the disclosure of all soccer-related income over the past five and a half years from the 28 players in the women's national team player pool who filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the federation earlier this year.
Lawyers for the federation filed the motion for disclosure Monday, the same day U.S. Soccer held a press conference to introduce Vlatko Andonovski as the new coach of the women's national team.
U.S. Soccer argues that the disclosures, which would cover...
More than one billion people watched this year's Women's World Cup, in which the United States women's national team beat Netherlands to win the competition for a fourth time.
A statement from FIFA revealed that a combined 1.12bn viewers watched the official broadcast coverage of the World Cup, which took place in France between June 7 and July 7, across all platforms -- a record audience for the competition, with the USWNT competing in three of the five most-watched games.