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Megan Rapinoe visits White House to push for equal pay
Equal Pay Day is three month and 24 days into the year. That is the number of extra days a woman has to work to make the same amount of money a man with the same job made in the previous year. Megan Rapinoe addressed the nation on this issue…
2018 World Cup goes to France
The World Cup was held for the first time in Russia in 2018. In a dozen stadiums across the country, 32 teams played in hopes of bringing the champions’ trophy to their home nations. Happening every four years, the World Cup is among the most important tournaments of any sport…
Germany tops Chile for first Confederations Cup title
With eyes toward evaluating next year's World Cup roster, Germany brought mostly youngsters to the 2017 Confederations Cup. The starlets showed they were more than up to the challenge in defeating Chile 1-0 in the final. The average age of the German roster was 25, with the oldest player only…
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US Youth Soccer News
US Youth Soccer News
Video: Street Soccer in Brussels
Source:Daniel Farrell/Vimeo Creative Commons
Street soccer is how millions of kids around the world hone their skills, just like these players in Brussels, Belgium.
“To see a fantastic stadium take a big step forward in investing into inclusive facilities is going to help us have… https://t.co/29oiksP3oH(about 5 hours ago)
"You can't imagine how proud I am to be involved in the development of women's football in Saudi Arabia and the tre… https://t.co/QLbJccnTMS(about 1 hour ago)
2021: National women's team established ✅ 2022: Win first-ever international match 💪 2023: Enter the #FIFARanking… https://t.co/Yo1pmQljcu(about 1 hour ago)
"We will show there is a direct link between competitions, particularly the FIFA Women's World Cup, and the growth… https://t.co/CnQTICfMkZ(about 10 mins ago)
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