Sudan's first-ever women's football league has kicked off. It is a major achievement for a nation in crisis earlier this year after the ouster of Omar al-Bashir and the subsequent turmoil as Sudan battled to create a transitional government.
Germany's female footballers still seek recognition and visibility despite three decades of smashing records and exceeding expectations. As some joined the Hall of Fame, veterans reflected on the sport's past and future.
Bending to football world governing body FIFA, Iran has allowed women to attend a World Cup qualifying match in Tehran. It is the first time women have been allowed into a match in the country since 1981.
VAR reared its head again in the Bundesliga, ruling out a Dortmund goal against Borussia Mönchengladbach for a neglible infringement. Video technology is a symbol of the death of football, writes DW's Michael Da Silva.
Borislav Mihaylov, the president of Bulgaria's football association, has resigned. Bulgaria's prime minister had earlier called on him to quit after home fans racially abused England players in a Euro 2020 qualifier.
© 2019 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version