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Former French international, Sonia Bompastor, now a scout for her former side, Olympique Lyonnais, talks to Euronews about the Women's World Cup.
The United States beat the Netherlands 2-0 to win women’s World Cup for a record-extending fourth time
A penalty from Megan Rapinoe and a rocket from Rose Lavelle put the tie beyond the battling Dutch.
The action started early in Nice with three goals scored — 2-1 for Sweden — before the referee whistled half time.
The Women’s World Cup final is in Lyon this Sunday - and it's hoped that beyond it the spotlight will continue to shine on women’s football.
Sports Editor Andy Robini explains how good the Dutch defence were to win a spot in Sunday's final. Watch the full interview.
The Netherlands will meet reigning champion the USA on Sunday.
After she scored a goal against England, US footballer Alex Morgan appeared to celebrate by miming someone drinking tea, angering some England fans.
England out of Women’s World Cup as USA squeeze through 2-1
Buoyed by their win over Germany in the quarter finals, Sweden will hope to take revenge for their loss to the Dutch at Euro 2017.
Buoyed by their 3-0 win over Norway in the quarter finals, the Lionesses believe they can beat tournment favourites and defending champions USA in Lyon on Tuesday night.
World record in Lyon: woman play the world's biggest football match, and it wasn't at the World Cup!
World Cup Semi Finals: What to look out for in the final four
Megan Rapinoe struck twice as the United States beat hosts France 2-1 in the women's World Cup quarter-finals at the Parc des Princes on Friday to set up a semi-final clash with England.
Megan Rapinoe, the women's football star whose two penalties against Spain earned the United States their place in Friday’s world cup quarter-final against France, as just as unassailable off the pitch.
The world record attempt is a bid to promote opportunity, equality, and respect for women in sport.
Seven out of eight European nations are into the quarter-finals. Take a look at what's coming up and what the predictions are.
In the second to last day of the round of 16, the United States and Sweden won their respective matches and progress to the quarter-final round.
VAR or Video Assistant Referee has taken a hit after changing multiple results at the Women's World Cup.
France captain Amandine Henry came to the rescue as the hosts scraped into the women's World Cup quarter-finals with a 2-1 win against Brazil.
England marches into women's World Cup quarter-finals after a 3-0 victory over Cameroon
Germany and Norway advance into last 8 of Women's World Cup after victories over Nigeria and Australia.
Free-scoring USA head into their match against the unfancied Spanish after a group stage haul of 18 goals without reply. They remain the bookies' favourites for the tournament.
Bayern Munich striker Lineth Beerensteyn scored the winning goal 15 minutes from time after Canada's Christine Sinclair cancelled out the Dutch lead.
Chile have been eliminated from the Women's World Cup after a missing a last-minute penalty that would have sent them through to the knockout stage.
Cameroon beat New Zealand 2-1 with injury time goal.