The biggest tournament of the 2019 women’s sports will begin in Paris on Friday. The first 24 teams in the world go down in France to compete for the title of world champion at the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The next six weeks will be ripe with anticipation and and we can prepare for the joy and the suffering that comes with the beautiful game. The media hype and marketing surrounding this event have stressed that it is the most popular iteration and seen the World Cup since the tournament (unofficially) began in 1970. But the road here was not easy. The women’s sports fans are emotionally and financially invested in these great athletes. We have their struggles against sexism systemic instruments (Argentina), their fight for equal pay (USA) and their continued commitment to the betterment of society (Canada). The most dominating famous women of the year, UEFA champion and Ballon d’Ada Hegerberg Norway is not the participation of the World Cup because of what he sees as the inequality in their country. You give up the tournament and stepped out of the national team in 2017 removed after a bad result the euro. Despite the fact that Norway was the first football association in the world to offer equal pay for men and women’s teams, claiming that it Hegerberg not just about money. “There are organizations, there are clubs, there are men in high places who have the responsibility to inform women in the right place, and that’s where I think, I feel, and I know we have a long way to go,” he said explained. In May 2019, the UEFA Champion has launched a development of women’s football and the initiative’s strategy, the amount of players in women and girls in Europe by 2024. This initiative recognizes the need for support, financial support or programs, but also the involvement and positions double investigation by women in football – as perhaps a recognition of the sheer inertia. The fact that the teams in Europe fight against sexism in the center of their experience is a reminder that misogyny is not reserved for the southern hemisphere. But if the most successful female teams and more popular in the world compete for their contributions, the obstacles posed by those who do not have platforms that have no security and are simply looking for their teams to keep afloat. Those whose associations are marred with corruption and abuse. Those whose freedom and identity are closely linked to football, but their chances of ever developing and a dream of the World Cup is to make into a dark abyss. to control the sport and the rule of privileged thrones and impunity those whose futures and options are not appreciated by men. Seven teams of the 10 top-ranked women in North America and Europe. Japan is the seventh, and Brazil is 10 .; Australia is the sixth .. There are three African countries visited (Nigeria, Cameroon and South Africa) this year, but there is no Arab teams or the Middle East, Central Asia or South Asians in the tournament. As seen cheering and hugging the fandom that the women’s game really deserve, it is equally important to remember the girls and women have not made the world stage. We need to think about how to take the player in the experience of the World Cup. End of 2018 players of the national team of Afghan women revealed horrible sexual abuse by the head of the Football Association Afghanistan – the same place that has the duty to defend and support their development. The examinations and an answer in this case by FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) are (read: slow and pathetic unencouraging) in progress. Several countries in the Middle East are full of turmoil, suffering the loss of property, and as the example of Palestine, who suffers constant pressure under occupation. In some regions, there seems to be little time for football, with the exception of the places where sport is used as a tool for development and rehabilitation for victims of deportation and war as a refugee camp. Freedom Fields is a film of Naziha Arebi the football program of Libyan women in Tripoli. For five years Arebi described their struggles, their journey and their joys and off the field. We see them struggling with the clerics struggle administrators and allowing them to play themselves as a team in a tournament in Lebanon. We see their courage and their unity. And ‘unmistakably familiar. Meanwhile, the Pakistan women’s team for over five years has stagnated due to mismanagement and complete lack of interest in the Association of Women Executives. In 2017, suspended for “third party interference” by FIFA, the Football Association Pakistan (PFF) has been – synonymous with inappropriate financial practices. The women’s team did not participate in all regional tournaments or manual training camp in 2014. “Some teams are concerned about winning,” said Hajra Khan captain of the team in February. “We just want a chance to play.” The President of the PFF, Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, has connections with the senior vice president of FIFA, Sheikh Salman, the head of the Bahrain Football Association, another country with little development of a women’s program. Hayat is in power in Pakistan since 2003 and does not seem to go anywhere. Meanwhile, last week the news spreads that. The allegations of rape of Gabon under 20 players The story was barely touched by the traditional sports media. According to the Media Center, the women were TIDES (Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport) 2018 American sports media report the grade D + for gender and racial hiring practices. If people on sports coverage are mostly white men, it is not surprising that their stories on a regular basis do not represent women, especially women of color. Players objections and concerns fall on deaf ears as the FIFA and AFC continue tosupport the political actors in these shady organizations that refuse to prioritize women’s teams. Most organizations are controlled by men, and men are responsible for the allocation of finances. Shaima Mohammed is head of women of Somali Football Federation football development and is difficult to strengthen women’s sports. She told the Guardian: “I have no idea where the money goes.” Perhaps it is a lack of community support, or to suppress the cultural pressure for the advancement of women in society. It could be a lack of genuine commitment to women’s sports. Or it could be a complete failure on the part of men is to sustain and enhance the athletes. All the above parts of sexism and misogyny systems that exist in the world of football. Many may not be aware that France, the host of this World Cup is, she refuses to play the only country in the world where the governing body of football coaches to allow more women to participate in the game or active when choosing wear hijab. FIFA slapped a ban in 2014 down, but the French Football Federation (FFF) is going to hold it in place. This blatant injustice should not be tolerated or deformed because organizing a big tournament that women selectively supports only football players. There are bright spots. The Jordanian Football Federation (JFF) with the leadership of Prince Ali Hussein began training and development programs to invest, and created for women for the growth of the sport and advocacy organization dedicated to non-profit Association Football Development Program (Global AFDP) football. In 2016, the JFF held the first FIFA-sanctioned tournament in the Middle East. And even if Iranian women continue to FIFA Sport for basic access to the hall, Saudi Arabia started in 2018 women in the stages of being and there is grumbling and trying to support a women’s team. As FIFA is celebrating a wonderful tournament, it is important that they be taken into account for all the responsible players. And we must allow the front vorderster recall and excluding those brutalized by the divisions. We need to ensure that their stories are heard and their struggles are not in vain. We must demand for all players equal pay and safety. It ‘absolutely necessary to find a balance between support for women’s football and more about the injustices against women in football to speak. uncritical celebration make this dish tournament at a time when the interruption is required. The sport deserves better – and so do millions of women and girls who love him. The football is for all of us.