FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.pdf
From 6 June to 5 July 2015, 23 teams from around the world will travel to host nation Canada to contest the seventh FIFA Women's World Cup This guide provides an insightful and in-depth preview of women's football's biggest and greatest tournament. The features include: a review of the qualifying campaign; information on each of the tournament's six venues; an in-depth analysis of all 24 participating teams and their star players; a retrospective look at the first six FIFA Women's World Cups. In short, the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 is essential reading for every women's football fan.
Catherine Etoe is a photographer, journalist and author. She writes for local and national newspapers on football, arts & entertainment and women's issues as well as contributing to She Kicks magazine and shekicks.net website. As an author, she co-wrote Three Lions on Her Shirt: The England Women's Story. Jen O'Neill is editor of the She Kicks, the bi-monthly women's soccer magazine. A former Sunderland Women player and editor of FC Business, the trade magazine for the soccer industry, she writes for She Kicks and shekicks.net. She is also much in demand as an analyst on women's soccer, broadcasting on Eurosport and BBC Radio 5 Live. Natalia Sollohub has covered football and many other sports as a photographer, researcher and technical operator for more than 15 years and, as co-author of Three Lions on her Shirt, helped to chronicle England's qualification for the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, their long-awaited return to the world stage. FIFA, the Federation of International Football Associations, has licensed this official book. FIFA, based in Switzerland, is the governing body for world football, and oversees all major international tournaments for men and women of all ages at club and national team levels.