06, February 2016: Women’s football is at an all-time high. FIFA believes that women’s football has more potential for growth, and they are actively promoting women’s football worldwide. Major competitions, events, advertising campaigns, and development programs are being emphasized, organized, and emphasized. Gaming systems are being encouraged and fifa coins are becoming highly popular for women’s leagues.
As the women’s football game develops there is so much that can be done to harness the potential of women’s football and garner all the enthusiasm that it can. Take for example the following countries recent (end of the year) competitions and the excitement these competitions generated.
The battle to reach Australia’s finals comes down to Germany and France’s top teams sitting at the top of their respective championships. Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United scrambled for places in the women’s league semi-finals, and their games are exciting as any men’s game could ever be. Brisbane was the better team against FC Sydney and recorded their first win after five straight defeats. Adelaide emerged as a 5-1 victor over the Newcastle Jets. The Jets have previously allowed only four goals all season. Melbourne City keeps their winning streak to nine games by beating the Perth Glory. Their closest rival Canberra United took the next step in becoming a worthy opponent by defeating Melbourne Victory 3-0. You can use fut 16 coins to gain the best women’s players form Melbourne.
Let’s move on the Germany, who always has fielded top teams. Bayern Munich recorded a 2-0 win over Turbine Potsdam on the final day of the matches thanks to goals form American born Gina Lewandowski and Dutch-born Vivianne Miedema. Germany remained the reigning German champions and ended 2015 with 20 victories and six draws. They have extended their unbeaten reputation to a huge 35 games. Munich rang in the New Year with a 12-point lead over their nearest rivals. Germany just does not give up.
Olympique thrashed Nimes 10-1 and Lotta Schelin scored five goals and brought honors to herself as the game’s best striker. Montpellier is the second placed team and remained two points out of the pacesetters although they scored a win at Guingamp. The two-goal lead came thorough Laetitia Tonazzi and Marie-Charlotte Leer after game play of 14 minutes. Desire Oparanozie’s strike for the home side did not alter the game’s outcome, however. Paris Saint-Germain continues to run on the heels of the first place team by beating Soyaux at home. German international star Anja Mittag’s early goal set PSG on the road to victory.
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