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The Official History of the FIFA Women's World Cup The story of women's football from 1881 to the present

Descriere: An authoritative and comprehensive review of the seven FIFA World Cup tournaments played since the inaugural tournament in 1991. Includes the history of women's football.

Page dim. 235 x 286 x 24

Weight: 1440 grams

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Autori: FIFA World Football Museum | Editura: Welbeck Publishing Group | Anul aparitiei: 2019 | ISBN: 9781787393530 | Numar de pagini: 272 | Categorie: Sports  


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