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Soca Princesses should get more than $5 to qualify for a World Cup

This might seem strange, but I have to ask: Do you feel like a princess? What about a Soca Princess? Aren’t we all — to borrow a phrase that JFK used more than 50 years ago when he declared himself a citizen of Berlin (or, as the joke goes, a jelly donut) but has metastasized into an unstoppable viral swell in the language of the Internet —- Soca Princesses now? 923 more words

Stories

Video Highlight : Guatemala 0 Haiti Women's Football 1

If you haven’t been paying attention. A few weeks ago, I posted this story of the Haitian women soccer team asking for donations to make it to the qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. 172 more words

Haitian Leaders

2014 CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifying TV Schedule

CONCACAF’s qualification tournament for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship (official website), kicks off today (Wednesday, October 15th), with all matches being shown live on the FOX Sports networks.  1,080 more words

Women's Soccer

All That Women Want Is An Equal Playing Field

Many of women’s soccer’s most popular players are suing FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association for gender discrimination over FIFA and the CSA’s decision for the Women’s World Cup to be played on turf field. 641 more words

A Rant on Why it Matters that the USWNT is Not the #1 Team in the World

A Rant on Why it Matters that the USWNT is Not the #1 Team in the World

An HGS guest post by @Fitzcamel

It’s hard, seeing something you love go astray. 1,591 more words

Soccer

Football Gender Prejudice

As this seems to have been a week dominated by talk of prejudice and inequality in the football world I decided to make it a hat-trick for this humble blog by commenting on the big one – gender. 943 more words

Football

FIFA officials to inspect BC Place turf in light of controversy

FIFA officials will be taking a closer look at BC Place today in light of the controversy surrounding turf conditions for the Women’s World Cup that will be held in Canada next year. 275 more words

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