In the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup held in Canada, France was listed to Pot 1, and was a favourite to become champions. In the opening match towards England, a aim from Eugénie Le Sommer gave France a 1–0 victory. However, France was shocked by Colombia in a 2–0 loss, making Colombia solely the second Latin American team to win a Women's World Cup match.
An further advantage is that industrial rights in women’s soccer are not as clearly delineated by years of intensive commercialisation as with the men’s sport, giving more flexibility and creativity in sponsorship agreements. The... [...]