• Friday Jun 06, 2014

    Events mark one-year Women’s World Cup countdown

    The next FIFA Women's World Cup will kick-off one year from today on June 6, 2015, in Canada. (Photo courtesy of the Canadian Soccer Association)

    OTTAWA - Just one year from the opening match of the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™, fans, soccer clubs and media are invited to take part in One Year To A Greater Goal™ countdown events organized across the nation on Friday.

    Celebrations will take place in five Official Host Cities: Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver and Winnipeg. 

    At each event, a special FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™ One Year To A Greater Goal™ Countdown Clock will be unveiled. 

    Fans are encouraged to join the conversation via @fifawwc. Fans can look for the hashtags #wwc, #Canada2015 and #GreaterGoal (or #GrandBut in French) supplemented with #OneYear (or #365jours in French). 

    From Canada's national teams, Josée Bélanger will be in Montreal, Desiree Scott will be in Winnipeg, and head coach John Herdman will be in Vancouver.


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