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Costa Rica to host U-20 FIFA World Cup in 2022

Costa Rica will host the U-20 Women's World Cup in August 2022, FIFA announced Thursday.

Costa Rica women to face Mexico in first matches since Covid

Saturday’s match will be broadcast in Costa Rica by Repretel, Channel 7, Teletica Radio, Columbia and Monumental. 

Costa Rica will host the Women’s U-20 World Cup in 2022

FIFA approved Costa Rica as host of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2022.

Costa Rica ‘ready to host the entire tournament’ as Panama bows out as U-20 Women’s World Cup host

Costa Rica is ready to host the entire tournament, the Costa Rican Organizing Committee said in a statement.

Costa Rica, Panama to co-host U20 Women’s World Cup next year

Costa Rica and Panama will co-host the 2020 Under-20 Women's World Cup, which will begin in August, FIFA confirmed on Friday. 

FIFA president says Costa Rica could host World Cup, vows ‘never again’ to corruption scandals in soccer

Infantino announced that FIFA is studying the possibility of hosting the Under-20 Women's World Cup in 2020 in Costa Rica and Panama.

Women’s World Cup winners get cover girl treatment

Sports Illustrated announced Monday that copies of this week's edition would be printed with 25 different covers -- one for each player of the U.S. women's World Cup team, one for coach Jill Ellis and one group shot of the whole squad.

Women’s World Cup: financially, a low-scoring affair

Soccer's global governing body, FIFA, will award the U.S. women's team $2 million for their win — about 5 percent of the $35 million FIFA gave to the German victors of last year's men's World Cup.

USA crushes Japan 5-2 to win third World Cup title

Carli Lloyd became the first woman to score a hat trick in a World Cup final as she inspired the United States to a 5-2 demolition of defending champions Japan on Sunday.

US women’s football team not at its best before round-of-16 match against Colombia

The Colombians, who stunned France en route to their first advancement in a major international tournament, are not the slightest bit in awe of their highly decorated opponents. In recent days, they have spoken in bold, confident terms.

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