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AU-NZ eye record Women's World Cup crowds

Australia and New Zealand will deliver the highest-attended Women's World Cup in 2023 if they are awarded the tournament, officials said on Tuesday.

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Eight countries in race to host 2023 Women's WC

Eight member associations will continue their bid to host the expanded women's World Cup in 2023, world governing body FIFA confirmed on Tuesday.

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Rapinoe: Any talks must start with equal pay

U.S. national team co-captain Megan Rapinoe says any conversations with U.S. Soccer must begin with women's players receiving equal pay to men.

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Atlanta coach De Boer: Equal pay 'ridiculous'

Atlanta United manager Frank de Boer does not believe in equal pay for men and women in football, because women don't bring in as much revenue.

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U.S. planning bid to host 2027 Women's WC

The United States is making plans to bid for the hosting rights to the 2027 Women's World Cup, U.S. Soccer Federation chief Carlos Cordeiro said.

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FIFA approves expanded Women's WC for 2023

Soccer's world governing body FIFA has approved the expansion of the Women's World Cup from the existing 24 teams to 32 for the 2023 edition.