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England, Japan women's soccer history traces back decades - SI.com

Wednesday's England-Japan semifinal might not be what many prognosticators had expected to see in this round, but it brings together two teams with a decades-old rivalry. Women’s soccer in both countries was organized on the national and international level through the work of independent organizations. It was only in the 1980s and 1990s that national and regional federations began to take an interest in the women’s game. Women’s football in England has long history going back to the late 19th century, but in 1921 the Football Association banned women from playing the game. That didn’t stop women from playing, of course, and they continued to do so outside the facilities and control of the FA. Finally, in 1969, the ban ended and the independent Women’s Football Association (WFA) was formed. Women’s international soccer was beginning to flourish globally again at the time. There was an international women’s championship organized in 1970, and another in 1971 in Mexico City, with games played in Estadio Azteca. These packed games in the 100,000 capacity venue remain the largest crowds to have watched women’s football live to the present–larger even than the famous 1999 Rose Bowl final in the United States. The WFA organized an international team to represent England, playing its first international against Scotland in 1972. But the FA insisted that the women had to be amateurs, and the WFA threatened to ban any players who were making any money... Stars like Sue Lopez, who had played for teams in the women’s professional leagues in Italy, had to return home and prove they had not been paid before they could become England internationals. The FA also stalled plans for a 1973 women's world championship to be held in England, despite the commitment of sponsorship by a cutlery manufacturer, Viners, which offered the healthy sum of £150,000 to support the event. The FA insisted that it was the only organization allowed to put on this kind of competition and explained that FIFA was “strongly opposed to any intervention by business people who try to earn money by organizing football competitions for women. ” As a result, an important opportunity for England to host and televise an international women’s tournament was lost. FIFA officially took control of the international women’s game in 1969, but didn’t organize any tournaments for some time. There were unofficial tournaments organized by. Source: www.si.com

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