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World Cup is Next Goal for Soccer Teens in Hijab

Monday, April 14, 2014

FIFA's final approval on head coverings for players in international competition is energizing Arab female football (soccer in U.S.) players. In Egypt, many more players can now set sights on the World Cup for under-17 players in Jordan in 2016.

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