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On Wednesday, the first official women’s soccer tournament at the 2018 FIFA Women’s World Cup took place in Portugal, where the country hosted its first ever World Cup.
The tournament was played in the Estreguia, which is located just south of Lisbon, and saw Portugal beat Italy 2-0 in the quarterfinals to become the first team to reach the final of a World Cup women’s tournament.
The tournament also marked the first time that women have ever qualified for a World Championships.
The sport has been dominated by men since its inception in 1976, and women have not reached the finals since 1984.
The women’s World Cups are the first major tournaments of the year for women and have attracted a record-breaking crowd of 8.1 million.
But, with the women’s national team in the middle of a six-year doping scandal, many were left wondering whether women’s sport would continue to dominate women’s sporting events.
The country’s men’s team was also absent from the tournament, as they were participating in the FIFA Women World Cup Qualifying Tournament in Brazil.
This week, FIFA’s Women’s Executive Committee decided that the women will be able to compete at the 2019 FIFA Women Super Cup in Brazil, but not in 2019 World Cup finals.
The decision is expected to be finalized later this year.
The Women’s Super Cup is scheduled to be played from June 12 to June 16 in a tournament that will feature the best 10 teams from the country’s four leagues.
This year’s tournament has been held annually since 2013, with a host of teams participating in qualifying rounds, and the competition is expected a top-two finish.
The FIFA Women will not be participating in this year’s Women Super, which means that this year marks the end of a long-running, global competition in which women’s team competitions have not been played since the mid-1990s.
The competition’s first women, Spain, were the first to reach a semifinal in 1998, and were followed by Italy in 2002 and Portugal in 2004.
In 2018, the FIFA women’s governing body announced that it would no longer play in qualifying competitions, which would leave only four teams in the world who would be eligible to compete in the 2019 Women’s FIFA Women Final.
In order to have a shot at a top four finish, each team would have to beat at least two of the eight teams in that qualifying round, and that would be the case this year with Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Germany and United States.