The official technical report into this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™ highlights a number of marked improvements in the women’s game and suggests that the competitive gap has become narrower than ever.
The FIFA Women's World Cup 2011™ in Germany took the feminine side of the world’s most popular sport to a whole new level and will remain forever in the memory.
In an exclusive chat with FIFA.com, two legendary coaches of the women's game and members of FIFA's Technical Study Group, namely April Heinrichs and Tina Theune give their verdict on Germany 2011.
FIFA.com wants to know which nation you think will shine brightest at Germany 2011 and take home the greatest prize in women’s football.
Although England and Japan progressed to the quarter-finals with a comfortable points margin, the group matches were all tight contests save for Japan's 4-0 win over Mexico.
Hannah Wilkinson earned a place in New Zealand’s footballing annals when she scored the goal that secured their first ever draw in a FIFA Women’s World Cup match. FIFA.com spoke to the 19-year-old history-maker.