Fatma Samoura Honoured with Inaugural WFS Lifetime Achievement Award

Posting on X, FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura said: “Truly honoured to receive the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award from @WFSummit The award belongs to all the people who created this beautiful legacy by dedicating their lives to our game. Thanks for your unwavering support & commitment.Let's keep inspiring with the magic of football.” Photo: FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura on X

The first woman, non-European, and Muslim to assume the role of FIFA Secretary General, the history-making FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura has been awarded the inaugural World Football Summit (WFS) Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2023 World Football Summit in Seville, Spain

England Set Up FIFA WWC Final vs Spain

England will look forward to their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup final match against Spain, after a 3-1 victory over co-hosts Australia.
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England and FIFA Host Australia Advance in WWC QFs

Australian national icon Sam Kerr receives the close attention of France’s Wendie Renard in the day’s first FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 quarter-final at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, south-east Queensland in Australia on Saturday, 12 August. Photo: (c) FIFA

The quarter-final match between Australia and France in the Women’s World Cup 2023 proved to be an intense and tightly contested affair. Both teams had their chances throughout the game, with France dominating possession and creating more dangerous opportunities, but it was host nation Australia to advance 7-6 on panellists after the match ended goalless after regular and extra time.