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MEDIA ALERT: FIFPro in Vancouver, July 3

UPDATE (Vancouver, July 1, 2015): A FIFPro Women's World Cup delegation has today arrived in Vancouver, Canada, ahead of Friday's announcement of a new global outreach initiative for female footballers. Media are cordially invited to join FIFPro on Friday, July 3, at 10:30am (local time), at The Westin Grand Hotel in Vancouver, Canada. Australia's World Cup goalkeeper Lydia Williams is the latest confirmed participant, alongside Spanish star striker Veronica Boquete, Nigerian international Sone Aluko (whose sister Eniola is part of the England squad facing Japan in today's World Cup semi-final), FIFPro Secretary-General Theo van Seggelen, the Head of FIFPro's Women's Football Committee Caroline Jonsson and EA SPORTS. > Read more

Women

MEDIA ALERT: FIFPro in Vancouver, July 3...

FIFPro to observe injuries at Women’s W...

Injuries in women’s professional footbal...

Do as Marta, Abby and Nadine did: Join F...

Record holder Couto joins women’s commit...

Non-payment

Beira-Mar situation edges to happy endin...

Greek footballers close in on guarantee ...

Portugal: players Beira-Mar announce str...

Indonesian football needs pragmatic solu...

FIFPro meets with EU Commissioner for Sp...

Anti-racism

Jermain Defoe advises on combatting raci...

South African players say no to xenophob...

FIFPro shows solidarity with Tejada's de...

Peruvian players support Luis Tejada

FIFPro partners with Show Racism the Red...

Match-fixing

Lie-detector tests but no wages at Banik...

FIFPro against players taking lie detect...

Unions at Costa Rican Symposium trained ...

Safe reporting mechanism crucial to camp...

FIFA, FIFPro and INTERPOL launch joint c...

World XI

FIFPro celebrates World XI: Sergio Ramos...

FIFA FIFPro World XI: the reserve teams

FIFPro competition: Valdrit’s dream come...

FIFPro presents the 2014 FIFA FIFPro Wor...

Each country’s 2014 World XI