Tashana Vincent: "If I didn't have her support, I'd have given up"


Watch as #FIFAWWC and Jamaican football Legend, Tashana Vincent, explains her inspiration for choosing a career as a professional football. And how the 1998 Reggae Boyz #WorldCup adventure inspired her to play.

The #FIFAWWC Effect | Japan


They were the winners of the FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011, but what is it like to be a young female footballer in Japan?

FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 Player Promo | Erin Nayler


She lives in France, she plays in France, but will she shine in France?

New Zealand's Erin Nayler is confident that she can!

FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 | Group F Preview


24 teams are preparing for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019.

In this video, we preview the four nations contesting Group F: Defending champions USA, Thailand, Chile and Sweden.

The #FIFAWWC Effect | USA


For women in the USA, football has had an established player pathway for quite some time.

The defending champions know that, when they step onto the field at the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019, the next generation will be watching.

The #FIFAWWC Effect | Chile


Chile will play in their first-ever FIFA Women's World Cup this year in France.

For women in the country that have dedicated their lives to the sport, this summer will mean more than just football...

My First Pitch | Jennifer Hermoso


Spain international Jennifer Hermoso takes you to where her football journey, and explains why the current generation of female players can inspire young girls to live their dreams.

The #FIFAWWC Effect | Jamaica


A first appearance at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France will be the closing of a first chapter in the story of women's football in the Caribbean island of Jamaica and the beginning of a new era.

Here's the story of women's football in Jamaica, and what the future potentially holds...

FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 | Group E Preview


24 teams are preparing for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019.

In this video, we preview the four nations contesting Group E: Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand and Netherlands.

FIFA Women's World Cup trophy begins French tour


Following its whirlwind journey taking in each of the 24 countries participating in the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy is back in the host country.

The most coveted prize in women’s football began its national tour of France today in Paris.

As excitement builds ahead of the tournament, fans throughout France have the opportunity to get up-close, as the trophy will visit a number of locations including stadiums, local schools and city councils, in each of the nine host cities.

SNCF, a National Supporter of the tourament, will showcase the trophy on its trains as it is transported between cities.

STEPH HOUGHTON: "It's going to be massive."


France 2019 will be England captain Steph Houghton's third FIFA Women's World Cup.
She talks about playing rivals Scotland, who her favourites are for the title, the aim of the Lionesses, and her advice to younger members of the squad.

Esteban Cambiasso: "My first love wasn't actually football..."


Watch as #FIFAWWC and Argentine footballing legend, Esteban Cambiasso, reveals what led him to a career in football and gives his interpretation of #DareToShine ✨
#FIFAWWC | #DareToShine | #LegendsAssemble

FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 Promo | Grace Ngock Yango


Through football, Grace Ngock Yango has seen the world. From leaving Cameroon at the age of 16, she has moved to Thailand, Serbia, Poland, Germany and now France. The reason? To play the beautiful game.

Happy Mother's Day


In almost 100 countries around the world, today, is Mother's Day.

FIFA Legends, male and female, explain the debt they owe their mum's, for the role they played in their football careers.

It's an emotional one.

FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 | Group D Preview


24 teams are preparing for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019.

In this video, we preview the four nations that are contesting Group D: 2011 champions Japan, Scotland, Argentina and England.
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