The International Olympic Committee said on Saturday that it has "concerns'' about FIFA's push for soccer World Cups every two years.
England coach Sarina Wiegman will be without Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze and Ellie Roebuck for their World Cup qualifying matches.
FIFA's plans for a biennial World Cup would have a "profoundly detrimental" impact on the women's game, UEFA has said.
England women eased to a 10-0 win in their World Cup qualifier over Luxembourg on Tuesday as boss Sarina Wiegman continued her perfect start.
England's women's team began their World Cup qualifying campaign in resounding fashion with an 8-0 thrashing of North Macedonia.
FIFA has appointed former World Cup-winning coach Jill Ellis to lead the technical advisory group on the future of women's soccer.
In a bid to harness the "halo effect" of the Women's World Cup, plans are afoot for the W-League to undergo a shakeup before the 2023 tournament.
Rebekah Stott's comeback from Hodgkin's Lymphoma has reached another milestone, with the defender signing a one-year deal to join Melbourne City.
The Matildas have long been earmarked for their potential; now everything is set for them to move on from Tokyo 2020 to realise it.
After a disastrous showing at the Tokyo Olympics, China women's football coach Jia Xiuquan believes it will take generations for them to rebuild.
Emma Evans, Head of Women's Football at the OFC, details the impact of the 2023 Women's World Cup already felt in Oceania.
A year on from Australia-NZ being named as hosts, FIFA's Jane Fernandez sits down with ESPN to discuss preparations for the 2023 Women's World Cup.
FIFA will carry out a feasibility study on holding the World Cup and the women's World Cup every two years.
The 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will be played between July 20-Aug. 20.
Saudi Arabia's football federation has formally asked FIFA to look at staging biennial World Cups for men and women.
Congratulations to World Cup and Champions League final referees Howard Webb and Bibiana Steinhaus, who have revealed they tied the knot recently.
The Women's World Cup in 2023 will kickoff in Auckland and conclude with the final at Sydney's Stadium Australia.
"Normal" has taken on a whole new meaning for New Zealand star Rebekah Stott, after undergoing tests which revealed Stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Football Australia wants upwards of $16 million in government investment to help fund the Matildas ready for the 2023 Women's World Cup.
The U.S. women's national team will be part of a new CONCACAF tournament aimed to provide more matches for women's teams in the region.
The AIFF also stated intentions of forming an Indian Arrows women's team to participate in the IWL.
Earlier postponed to February-March 2021 from November 2020, this edition of the U17 WWC has been cancelled
France captain Amandine Henry has said the side's 2019 World Cup campaign was "total chaos" under the management of Corinne Diacre.
Tottenham and Australia defender Alanna Kennedy has said the Matildas are embracing the expectation being placed on them.