In-depth and personal stories by some of the world's leading football players ahead of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Hi!! Sue here. This is my World Cup Semifinals preview.
I am the girl Crystal Dunn of the USWNT met at the airport. It was Dulles Airport in Virginia.
The truth is … I really thought they were putting ol’ Pinoe out to pasture. I thought maybe it was over.
When I put on our U.S. kit, I do it for the girls who want to turn on the TV and see a piece of themselves.
There’s hard work, and there’s luck, and there are highs and lows and everything in between before those final 90 minutes.
Eu não ia desistir do meu sonho. Aquela menininha agora é jogadora de futebol. Valeu a pena todo o sacrifício.
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This is our big chance to show the world what we can do.
Here I am, once again, facing a new struggle. Am I too old? Am I fit enough? Am I done?
"We're multi-racial. We're women. We're Jamaican." Jamaica midfielder Chinyelu Asher tells you what it means to be representing her country.
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The best version of myself is also the most honest one. That’s why I am telling you my story, like it really is.
The World Cup can be a platform for female empowerment, and we want to capitalize on that, both on and off the field.
In Martinique, it means something, the French shirt. In the Caribbean, we respect that shirt. We know it needs to be earned.
Your dreams are your dreams. Sometimes they don’t make sense to other people.
History has been made for Jamaica's women's national team, who qualified for the World Cup for the first time ever.
I called a bunch of coaches in men’s soccer. They told me that there was no way I was ever going to play on a men’s team. They were wrong.
If men’s football can thrill and inspire people, women’s football can, too.