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7th Women's World Cup Showcases FIFA's Turf Gap

Friday, June 5, 2015

All World Cups to date--male or female--have been played on grass. If FIFA wants better press, it should install grass in the six Canadian venues for the seventh Women's World Cup, starting June 6.

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