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Mary Fowler headlines Matildas squad to take on United States

ESPN's Julie Foudy joins Golic & Wingo to talk favourites to win the 2019 Women's World Cup and her new podcast Laughter Permitted.
ESPN's Julie Foudy breaks down Australia's chances of qualifying from Group C, which includes Italy, Brazil and Jamaica.

Teenage talent Mary Fowler has been convinced to give the Matildas another shot, with the 16-year-old a headline inclusion by Ante Milicic in his 23-woman squad to take on the United States.

Fowler -- who walked away from national team duty under previous coach Alen Stajcic -- will next month travel to Colorado along with two uncapped players, as Milicic mulls his World Cup squad.

U.S.-based goalkeeper Teagan Micah and Sydney FC's Elizabeth Ralston will also get the chance to make their claims for...

Chelsea boss Emma Hayes: England better than U.S. for women's game

LONDON -- England has overtaken the United States as the best place in the world to play women's football, according to Chelsea manager Emma Hayes.

Women's football has traditionally been dominated by the U.S., who have won three of the sport's seven World Cups and will go into the 2019 edition in France as defending champions, while the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) has regularly attracted some of the world's best players.

But the profile of the Women's Super League, England's top flight,...

Hirving Lozano, Alex Morgan win CONCACAF player of the year awards

Mexico and the United States split the CONCACAF awards for best player of 2018, with El Tri winger Hirving Lozano named male player of the year and the U.S. striker Alex Morgan taking the female prize.

Lozano, at 23, becomes the youngest ever winner of the award on the men's side after consistent form for Dutch side PSV Eindhoven and a famous goal to help Mexico to a 1-0 win over Germany at the World Cup.

It's the third consecutive occasion Morgan has won the women's prize and her fourth CONCACAF...

Former midfielder Cindy Parlow Cone running for U.S. Soccer vice president

ESPN's Kate Markgraf says to expect parity at the 2019 Women's World Cup and feels this is the USWNT's best ever team.
ESPN's Kate Markgraf delves into the USWNT's World Cup group and the standout matchup against familiar foes Sweden.
Alex Morgan joins the Heineken ESPN FC Boot Room to discuss the World Cup draw, losing in the Olympics and an undefeated 2018.

Former U.S. midfielder Cindy Parlow Cone is running to become vice president of the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Parlow Cone said in a statement Tuesday she wants to "positively impact the growth and advancement of our game across all demographics, at all levels and across all USSF programs."

Cindy Parlow Cone picks out group positions at the 2019 Women's World Cup draw in France.

Parlow Cone scored 75 goals in 158 international appearances from 1995-2006, winning two Olympic gold medals and the 1999 Women's World Cup. She was inducted this year into the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame.


FIFA announces global strategy to boost its 'top priority' of women's football

Carli Lloyd's hat trick helped a heavily-rotated United States squad top Panama in another World Cup qualifying rout.

FIFA announced a new global strategy for women's football on Tuesday in an effort to create revenue streams and increase grassroots participation.

FIFA said in a statement that it would work closely with member associations through workshops and special initiatives to "encourage female empowerment" through football.

"The women's game is a top priority," FIFA's secretary general Fatma Samoura said.

"We will work hand-in-hand with our 211 member associations around the world to increase grassroots...