FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – Team of the Tournament

Despite much of the attention of the tournament surrounding VAR, the FIFA Women's World Cup in France was a large success and saw record viewing audiences around the world. The Americans ultimately came out victorious for the fourth time in their history but they weren't the only nation to shine at this summer's tournament. Here … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – Team of the Tournament

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 Team of the Group Stages

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup has been a joy to watch so far and continues to inspire young girls around the planet that they can one day make it on the big stage. Much of the attention has unfortunately surrounded VAR and all of its faults, but many players have also taken centre stage and entered into the limelight at this summer's tournament in France. Here are the best eleven players of the FIFA Women's World Cup Group Stages and a complete 23-player squad, highlighting the best of the best as this tournament enters into the Round of 16.  

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – Japan 0-2 England – Tactical Analysis

What many thought to be the Group of Death is now complete with England topping Group D with a stunning nine points from three matches. The Lionness finished their group stage matches with a glorious win over Japan, getting their redemption from 2015 when they were knocked out at the hands of the Japanese in … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – Japan 0-2 England – Tactical Analysis

FIFA Women’s World Cup – New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands – Tactical Analysis

Group E kicked off yesterday with Canada beating Cameroon, and now both opening fixtures of Group E have been played, both ending in 1-0 score-lines. Canada's victory against Cameroon was fairly comfortable, while Netherlands had to really dig this one out and were only able to snatch it right at the end from a resilient … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup – New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands – Tactical Analysis

FIFA Women’s World Cup – England 2-1 Scotland – Tactical Analysis

Group D, tipped by many to be the Group of Death, is now the fourth group to kick off at the Women's World Cup. Although the score-line looks far from comfortable, in the end England had a comfortable evening as they floated by Scotland with ease and their stars really shone bright. Here is our … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup – England 2-1 Scotland – Tactical Analysis

FIFA Women’s World Cup – Australia 1-2 Italy – Tactical Analysis

The 2019 Women's World Cup continues to entertain as Group C becomes the third group to kickoff, with a full-throttled match between Australia and Italy. This opening Group C fixture came up with a bit of a shocking upset as Italy snatched it at the very end to beat the NWSL-powered Australia. Let's get right into … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup – Australia 1-2 Italy – Tactical Analysis

FIFA Women’s World Cup – France 4-0 South Korea – Tactical Analysis

The FIFA Women's World Cup is underway and kicked off with a bang today as France smashed South Korea in a 4-0 victory. In truth, there was only ever going to be one winner in this match. Although South Korea were up for the test and gave it what they had, France completely dominated the … Continue reading FIFA Women’s World Cup – France 4-0 South Korea – Tactical Analysis

How Canada Could Line Up at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

After a dominant display against Mexico in Canada's final World Cup sendoff before the 2019 World Cup, The Mastermind Site takes a look at how Canada could line-up at this year's tournament in France. GOALKEEPER: STEPHANIE LABBÉ Stephanie Labbé has had a bright start to life with North Carolina Courage, keeping 2 clean sheets in her first … Continue reading How Canada Could Line Up at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Why a Women’s Canadian Premier League Should be the Next Step for Canada Soccer

This past weekend, the newly formed Canadian Premier League, Canada's first ever top-flight league, got underway. It was a monumental occasion for soccer in Canada and kicked off the path to better times for our nation's Men's National Team. One of the major hopes behind the Canadian Premier League was that it would present young … Continue reading Why a Women’s Canadian Premier League Should be the Next Step for Canada Soccer

Macarena Sanchez and the Women’s Football Lawsuit in Argentina

It's no secret that women's football is treated in lesser regard to men's, rather unfairly, and in more ways than just television coverage and attention. Female footballers make significantly less income than their male counterparts and in a country like Argentina, women's football is not even a professional sport and something that women can do … Continue reading Macarena Sanchez and the Women’s Football Lawsuit in Argentina