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There is no doubt, between the World Cup and competitions like the Women's Super League, female football is growing all around the world.
According to FIFA, nine countries and a joint bid between two nations want to host the 2023 edition of the biggest women's tournament in the planet.
The Best FIFA Football Awards is set to be decided on September 23, but today FIFA announced the women's manager candidates for the award.
After winning back-to-back FIFA Women's World Cup titles, manager Jill Ellis is leaving the United States national team.
The legendary goalkeeper believes the United States women's football is the best in the world, but the gap is rapidly closing.
The United States midfielder has revealed the team is standing together with Megan Rapinoe and will not accept an invitation to the White House by president Donald Trump.
The Dutch go into the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final as massive underdogs, as the United States wants to win back-to-back titles.
The French referee will be the one in charge of the final match between the United States and the Netherlands tomorrow evening.
The FIFA president believes the next edition of the competition should have 32 teams instead of 24 nations like this year's edition.