Just four days after winning re-election for a fifth term, Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) president Sepp Blatter announced his resignation. And it's about time.
Several professional women's soccer players, including the U.S. national team's Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Heather O'Reilly, threatened to sue FIFA in response to its plan to have the 2015 Women's World Cup played on artificial turf.
Before the first World Cup game Thursday, protesters took to the streets of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and other host cities to express their displeasure over the tournament being held in Brazil. Police intervention led to multiple injuries.
After multiple World Cup qualifying matches last week, the picture of the teams participating in the world renowned tournament in Brazil became more clear. Here is a list of all qualified teams by region and their chances in the World Cup.
More than six years after Mia Hamm retired, it seems that Women's soccer is finally making a comeback.
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