USA lead the tally for the most goals scored in all FIFA Women’s World Cups, having struck 98 times during the previous six editions of the competition – seven goals ahead of Germany.
A seminar was held in Moscow on Friday for the representatives of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia host cities, designed to pass on the institutional knowledge acquired by those involved in hosting Brazil 2014.
FIFA.com caught up with Canada's central midfielder, Kaylyn Kyle, to chat about her transition into becoming one of the senior members of the squad, her family’s sporting background and the honour of representing her country on home soil.
In the first two FIFA Women’s World Cups in 1991 and 1995, the exact same number of goals were scored. The ball reached the back of the net 99 times at both China PR 1991 and Sweden 1995, producing an average of 3.81 goals per game.