The first FIFA all women's referee team : News Photo
The first FIFA all women's referee team : News Photo

The first FIFA all women's referee team

The first FIFA all women's referee team (L-R), lineswoman Linda BLack of New Zealand, Claudia de Vasconcelos, 28, sports teacher from Brazil and Zuo Xiudi of China, listen to the national anthems at the start of the match for 3rd place between Sweden-Germany at first FIFA World Championship for Women's Football on November 29, 1991. Sweden won the match 4-0. The US won the championship by beating Norway 2-1. The FIFA Women's World Cup is recognized as the most important International competition in women's football and is played amongst women's national football teams of the member states of FIFA. Contested every four years, the first Women's World Cup tournament, named the Women's World Championship, was held in 1991, sixty-one years after the men's first FIFA World Cup tournament in 1930AFP PHOTO TOMMY CHENG (Photo credit should read TOMMY CHENG/AFP/Getty Images)


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Credit:TOMMY CHENG / Staff
Editorial #:107191879
Date created:29 November, 1991
Licence type:Rights-managed
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Object name:ARP2694350
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