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Megan Rapinoe, star of the United States Women’s National Team, was recently awarded the women’s Ballon d’Or prize at an awards ceremony in Paris.
Rapinoe helped lead the USWNT to its fourth World Cup title last summer in France, scoring six goals and recording as the tournament’s top player.
Megan Rapinoe is known for her strong opinions, she led the way in the women’s national team’s lawsuit against U.S. Soccer, accusing the federation of gender discrimination.
“Shout-out to women this year. Every woman! We’re just killing it the whole year. So shout-out to just women in general.” – Megan Rapinoe
Indian Football Association had proposed the idea of forming women’s football teams. Among the three major clubs in West Bengal who have been instructed to prepare their own women’s teams, East Bengal was the first one to respond.
Tanaz Mohammed speaks about playing an important role in encouraging women and girls to participate in football, especially to those belonging from the Muslim community.
Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro, and US Soccer confirmed that the federation paid out $34.1 million in salary and game bonuses to the women between 2010 and 2018 wherein $26.4 million was paid to the men.
“I hope this book will inspire people to find what they can do, and in turn inspire other people around them to do the same,” Megan Rapinoe said.
While the United States Women’s National Team won Women’s World Cup title on Sunday, a national treasure Megan Rapinoe was seen kissing her significant half — her…
The US women’s soccer team are at the top of the game and, the athletes claim that they should be paid equal to men.
“Go gays!” Megan Rapinoe shouted after she led the United States team to a 2-1 quarter-final victory over France in Paris. The semi-finals of the women’s World Cup on Friday was noteworthy since Megan stole the headlines, thus USA march one step closer towards the World Cup final.
If you any find that passion, go live that life, because you get only one chance, says Brishti Bagchi, the first Indian woman player in Spanish Football League.