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Last weekend, women were very much the centre of attention in Amsterdam, and not just because the UEFA Women’s EURO kicked off on Sunday some 50 kilometres away in Utrecht. As part of the overall context of the tournament,…

Today marks International Women’s Day – a paramount event on the Oceania football calendar as countries across the Pacific showcase the women’s game and celebrate development through different projects. Tonga, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, and Fiji have gone the…

The development of women’s football in Tahiti is set to continue under the watchful eye of the newly appointed FTF Women’s Football Project Manager Stéphanie Spielmann. The Championnat Vahine was launched last season and continues to play a role…

The Oceania Football Confederation has joined the Papua New Guinea football community in mourning the loss of Catherine Davani. Seen as a trailblazer for the women of Papua New Guinea, Davani featured in the first ever Papua New Guinea…

Launched in 2015, the FLDP aims to identify, support and develop strong female leaders and role models in football, while advocating for women to access senior decision-making positions globally.The four-day workshop saw participants take part in practical sessions on…

During the FIFA Extraordinary Congress on 26 February the reforms were passed with an overwhelming majority which was an important moment for Bareman and her reform colleagues.But it was an equally important moment for all women involved in football…

FIFA President Blatter, who announced the creation of the Task Force in October 2013, opened the third meeting by saying: “The resounding success of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada shows how far women’s football has come while…

Experts and leaders from football, business and wider society came together at the Home of FIFA to discuss ways to develop women’s football and to create more opportunities for women in leadership around the world during the Conference on…