• Sunday Oct 20, 2013

    Women’s World Cup Central

    From June 6 - July 5, 2015, all eyes will be on Canada when it hosts the FIFA Women’s World Cup.  Victor Montagliani, President of the Canadian Soccer Association, will give guests at Tuesday’s CONCACAF Sports Summit -- Transformation through Partnership -- a firsthand account of how organization for the highly-anticipated event is progressing. 

    Canada will certainly be at the heart of the women’s game over the next two years, as it will also host the next FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in August, 2014; an event that promises to showcase the next generation of talent.

    As women’s football continues to grow, CONCACAF remains as one of its strongholds.  The World Cup will offer a chance for fans from Canada and the wider region to experience the thrills and excitement of the game at the highest level.

    The summit will provide an update on plans for the tournament and its expected impact.

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