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History of the World Cup

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6/29/10

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Women’s World Cup

1. Introduction
A. (Annson Dorence) Americans Women’s soccer coach-motivational soccer quotes official website March 2010
“The vision of a champion is someone bent over, drenched in sweat, to a point of exhaustion, when no one else is watching.”
B. To inform about the history of the Women’s World Cup
C. Because a lot to do with the way the World Cup evolved
D. The Origin, Development, and memorable players

II. Body
    A. The Origin
    1. (FIFA Women’s World Cup Website) Current Statistic
a. Gain popularity until 90’s
b. Evidence Women’s Leagues Europe 1930
c. Did not take root until the late 1970’s
d. Becoming more popular, more acceptable
e. Varsity college teams spread in the 1980’s
f. Huge turn out with fans increase interest game
g. First National Squad 1985, success
h. World Cup established 1991

2. Joao Havelange
a. 1974 elected as president FIFA(Federation International Football Association)
1.) Sports Administrator
2.) Brought Women’s soccer to new level
b. Responsible for birth of World Cup
1.) Increased involvement World Stage
2.) Africa and Asia

          So, we now know what History events transpired to make the World Cup possible and who was responsible for bringing Women’s soccer to a new level. I will now move onto the Development of the Women’s World Cup which consists of: the soccer confederations that participants must qualify through, the format of how the world cup is played, and a discussion of the previous World Cup games.

      A. Format
                1. (About Olympics SRparticipants qualify through the regional football confederations

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