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  • ​After Les Bleus in Russia, Les Bleuettes will soon get their chance to shine
  • The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup kicks off in France on 5 August
  • The hosts will look to extend France’s summer football party

Just like the French men’s senior team, they too could be crowned world champions this summer. And just like Les Bleus in 1998, they could achieve the feat on home soil. France’s women’s U-20 side have their own date with destiny next month, with the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup set to kick off in Brittany on 5 August.

“What Les Bleus pulled off was exceptional,” said Helene Fercocq, the France U-20 midfielder sharing her pride with FIFA.com. “It’s incredible to even take part in a World Cup, but to actually win it is something else. You just had to see how happy they were. It takes a lot of hard work and sacrifice to get there, and what they experienced was a massive reward. It would be incredible to experience the same thing.”

While Fercocq is preparing for her first taste of the U-20 Women’s World Cup, goalkeeper Mylene Chavas already knows what to expect. Chavas was first choice for Les Bleuettes at the previous edition two years ago, and she excelled between the posts as France progressed all the way to the final – where they lost to Korea DPR.

“We’re not putting any pressure on ourselves,” said Chavas. “We knew what our goal was even before Les Bleus gave us even more motivation to achieve it. They did what they had to do, and now it’s our turn to do the same thing. It’s a different competition, and we have our own history to write after they wrote theirs.”

Although Chavas and Co are deep in their preparations for next month’s tournament, they were still able to celebrate France’s triumph this weekend. “I watched the final with my family near to where I live – it was a little bar but a big party,” explained the keeper. “I saw it in Reims with friends from my old club,” added Fercocq. “I partied all night, but I kept my strength for this competition. I’ve been preparing for it for a while now and it’s the only thing on my mind.”

The French public are already primed, meanwhile. Stirred by the feats of Didier Deschamps’ charges over the last month, they are looking forward to prolonging a famous summer for French football into August. “Les Bleus under Deschamps are perhaps a little like Les Bleuettes under Gilles Eyquem,” said Chavas. “We’re a very united squad like they were. We kind of resemble them in a way.” Fercocq agreed: “We also have younger players, born in 1999 and 2000, who liven up the atmosphere and older players, born in 1998, who are calmer and the leaders. That’s similar to Les Bleus.”

Whether they too can expect a parade on the Champs-Elysees if they win the final on 24 August remains to be seen. “I doubt that will happen, but I’d love to do it,” joked Fercocq. What is certain, however, is that France will never tire of seeing its football teams lift World Cup trophies.

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Refereeing and VAR at the 2018 FIFA World Cup: A new era for football – FIFA on GBP Sports

A few days after Argentinian referee Nestor Pitana signalled the final whistle, FIFA looks back extremely satisfied with how the referees performed at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ and how the historic implementation of Video Assistant Referees (VARs) contributed to the resounding success of refereeing at the tournament.

“We said we wanted this to be the best World Cup ever and it’s been the best World Cup ever. A crucial role in this achievement was played by the referees who excelled with performances of the highest standard”, says FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

Following the fundamental decision to use VARs at the World Cup, FIFA is extremely happy with the overwhelming acceptance of VAR by players, coaches, fans and the media.

FIFA’s Deputy Secretary General (Football), Zvonimir Boban, who oversaw the entire VAR project, underlined the importance of the revolutionary use of video technology to football.

“As said by the FIFA President, VAR is not changing football, it is cleaning football, and this was our overriding aim when we started the VAR project together with The IFAB. The extensive preparation, both before and during the tournament, coordinated and guided by the chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee Pierluigi Collina and FIFA’s Director of Refereeing, Massimo Busacca, has produced outstanding results and I am proud to have been part of this team.”

The implementation of VAR represented a huge talking point during the World Cup, generating fantastic debate about football and its rules.

“It is great that there has been such widespread discussion, but only fully understanding the Laws of the Game and VAR procedures gives credibility to these discussions”, added Zvonimir Boban.

Building on the success of refereeing and the use of VAR at the World Cup, FIFA will continue its efforts to improve and develop overall standards of refereeing and assist all member associations and leagues wishing to implement VAR in their competitions.

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Winner of the FIFA climate campaign attends the Final – FIFA on GBP Sports

When Aram Cherkezyan received the email telling him he had won a trip to the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Final, the 25-year-old IT worker from Armenia thought it was too good to be true. “I had heard about the offset programme, and I thought it was a win-win. I was glad to help, but when I heard from FIFA [about the Final trip], I thought it was a scam.”

The programme Cherkezyan refers to was launched in April, with FIFA encouraging successful ticket applicants to offset the carbon emissions resulting from their travel to the tournament for free. All ticket holders were invited to sign up on FIFA.com and take part in the campaign. For each ticket holder that signed up, FIFA offset 2.9 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents (tCO2e), which is the average emission per ticket holder traveling from abroad. When signing up, fans automatically entered a prize draw to win two tickets for the Final at Luzhniki Stadium.

The winner of that special prize was Cherkezyan, a big Real Madrid fan, who went to his first World Cup match when he saw England and Colombia, and then his first Final – thanks to FIFA.

“Football is one of the most loved and cared about things in the world. When we learn to care about climate change half as much as about football, we will be living in much greener environment. As football fans, we have to pass the healthier planet to the next generation of fans,” he said.

Inside the campaign
FIFA and the Local Organising Committee are offsetting all of the operational emissions directly under their control. This includes emissions resulting from the travel and accommodation of all staff, officials, teams, volunteers and guests as well as emissions resulting from venues, stadiums, offices and TV production.

In total, FIFA is compensating 259’547 tonnes of CO2 (243,000 of its own emissions and 16’547 from the fans who participated in the free contest) through Gold Standard carbon offsets from Russia and from the United Nations ‘Climate Neutral Now‘ online platform for voluntary cancellation of certified emission reductions.

“The Earth’s climate is changing due to human activity. We need to reduce the emissions that enter the atmosphere,” says Federico Addiechi, Head of FIFA Sustainability & Diversity. “FIFA made the commitment to offset all of its carbon emissions related to preparing and staging the FIFA World Cup, but we also wanted to use the opportunity to engage with fans and raise awareness of the environmental impact of their travel and the ways to mitigate it. Today, we are very happy with the outcome of this programme and the related campaign.”

Among the project portfolio is a low-carbon project in the Russian city of Sharya that replaces fossil fuels in a wood processing manufacturing plant by biomass and hence leads to a substantial reduction in the plant’s greenhouse gas emissions. More information on this and other projects selected from the Climate Neutral Now platform can be found here.

For more information on FIFA’s Sustainability Strategy for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, please visit http://www.fifa.com/sustainability.

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Russia 2018 in numbers – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • FIFA.com highlights some of the best stats from Russia 2018
  • Height, kilometres, shots and save percentages feature
  • So, too, do Messrs Mbappe, Messi, Perisic and Ronaldo

519 centimetres made Luka Modric (1.72m), Eden Hazard (1.73m) and Antoine Griezmann the smallest combined height of the adidas Golden, Silver and Bronze Ball recipients since Toto Schillaci, Lothar Matthaus and Diego Maradona had merely 512 centimetres between them in 1990.

135 years and three months was the cumulative age of Uruguay’s Oscar Tabarez and Portugal’s Fernando Santos when they met in the Round of 16 – the oldest combined age for two coaches in a World Cup match. Tabarez and England’s Roy Hodgson had a combined age of 134 years and two months when their teams clashed at Brazil 2014.

72.5 kilometres is what Ivan Perisic covered during the tournament – more than any other player . Xavi (80km) and Thomas Muller (84km) ran unprecedented totals at South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014 respectively.

48 years had passed since a team had overturned a two-goal deficit and won a knockout-phase match at the World Cup until Belgium rallied to stun Japan 3-2. The last had been West Germany, who came from two goals down to edge England 3-2 at Mexico 1970, albeit with the aid of extra-time.

40 years have passed since a World Cup Final was without a player from Bayern Munich or Inter Milan. The German giants had their status preserved by Corentin Tolisso coming on for France against Croatia, who started Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic of I Nerazzurri.

21 hours and 10 minutes is the combined total Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have, staggeringly, gone without scoring in the knockout phase of the World Cup. The Argentinian and the Portuguese have made eight and six appearances in the knockout rounds respectively.

18 matches is what Asian sides had gone without beating South American opposition in the World Cup until Japan bucked the trend with a 2-1 defeat of Colombia.

14.3 per cent gave David De Gea, the pre-tournament favourite for the adidas Golden Glove, the lowest save ratio at Russia 2018. The 27-year-old made only one save and conceded six goals in four appearances. Kasper Schmeichel admirably saved 91.3 per cent of the shots he faced (21 of 23) – higher than any other goalkeeper who played more than one match.

12 own-goals were registered at Russia 2018, doubling the previous record of six, set at France 1998. Morocco’s Aziz Bouhaddouz netted the latest one in World Cup history in the 95th minute against IR Iran; Sergei Ignashevich, just before his 39th birthday, became the oldest player to score an own-goal in the competition and ensured three straight Russia matches involved one; and Mario Mandzukic posted the first one in the Final.

11 shots is what England centre-half Harry Maguire registered – surprisingly more than Gabriel Jesus (10), Luka Modric (10), Gylfi Sigurdsson (10), Raheem Sterling (10), Robert Lewandowski (9), Falcao (8), Kylian Mbappe (8), Paul Pogba (8), Sergio Aguero (6) and Dele Alli (5). Neymar had the most shots (27), followed by Ivan Perisic and Philippe Coutinho (22 apiece).

10 Belgians scored at Russia 2018, equalling the record for most marksmen from one country at a World Cup shared by France in 1982 and Italy in 2006.

7 consecutive World Cups have ended in Mexico suffering Round-of-16 elimination. In seven-and-a-half hours of action against Brazil in the competition, Mexico have failed to score and conceded 13 times.

5 teenagers have now scored multiple goals in a World Cup game after Kylian Mbappe became the first since Pele 60 years ago to achieve the feat. The 19-year-old Frenchman then became the third teenager to appear in the tournament’s decider, after Pele and Giuseppe Bergomi in 1958 and ’82 respectively, and the second to score in it after ‘The King’.

4 saves in World Cup penalty shootouts is what Danijel Subasic became the third goalkeeper to make following West Germany’s Harald Schumacher and Argentina’s Sergio Goycochea. Croatia, who went past 90 minutes against Denmark, Russia and England, became the second side to go to extra-time in three consecutive ties in the competition after England in 1990.

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Kane crowned King, Mina the PPG VIP – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Kane held off Griezmann’s late charge to become the champion player
  • Mina averaged almost four points per game more than anyone else
  • Coutinho, Quintero and Ronaldo made the points-per-game XI

The distinctions keep coming for Harry Kane. As well as winning the adidas Golden Boot, the England No9 has been crowned the McDonald’s FIFA World Cup™ champion player after withstanding a fast-finishing Frenchman. Antoine Griezmann outscored Kane 20-6 over the last three rounds, but fell two points shy of matching him.

Raphael Varane edged Yerry Mina and Andreas Granqvist to finish as the highest-scoring defender, while Thibaut Courtois was the top goalkeeper and Philippe Coutinho and Luka Modric were the joint-best midfielders.

Mina, meanwhile, averaged an extraordinary 10.7 points per game – almost four points more than his nearest rival, Kasper Schmeichel.

Fantasy Teams of the Tournament

Overall XI: Thibaut Courtois; Andreas Granqvist, Yerry Mina, Thiago Silva, Raphael Varane; Denis Cheryshev, Philippe Coutinho, Luka Modric; Antoine Griezmann, Eden Hazard, Harry Kane.

Points-per-game XI: Kasper Schmeichel; Jose Gimenez, Andreas Granqvist, Yerry Mina, Thiago Silva; Denis Cheryshev, Philippe Coutinho, Juan Quintero; Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Wahbi Khazri.

Overall: Top 30 Players

FULL LEADERBOARD
1st. Harry Kane (40 points / 6.7 points per game)
2nd. Antoine Griezmann (38 / 5.4)
3rd. Raphael Varane (34 / 4.9)
4th. Yerry Mina (32 / 10.7)
4th. Andreas Granqvist (32 / 6.4)
6th. Eden Hazard (31 / 5.2)
6th. Thibaut Courtois (31 / 4.3)
8th. Romelu Lukaku (30 / 5.0)
9th. Kylian Mbappe (29 / 4.1)
9th. Ivan Perisic (29 / 4.1)


11th. Philippe Coutinho (28 / 5.6)
11th. Luka Modric (28 / 4.0)
13th. Artem Dzyuba (27 / 5.4)
13th. Thiago Silva (27 / 5.4)
13th. Samuel Umtiti (27 / 4.5)
13th. Denis Cheryshev (27 / 5.4)
13th. Kieran Trippier (27 / 4.5)
13th. Kasper Schmeichel (27 / 6.8)
13th. Lucas Hernandez (27 / 3.9)
13th. Benjamin Pavard (27 / 4.5)


21st. Thomas Meunier (26 / 5.2)
21st. John Stones (26 / 3.7)
21st. Ludwig Augustinsson (26 / 5.2)
24th. Mario Mandzukic (25 / 4.2)
24th. Domagoj Vida (25 / 4.2)
26th. Cristiano Ronaldo (24 / 6.0)
26th. Kevin De Bruyne (24 / 4.0)
26th. Hugo Lloris (24 / 4.0)
26th. Fernando Muslera (24 / 4.8)
30th. Robin Olsen (23 / 4.6)

Overall: Points Per Game

Yerry Mina (10.7)
Kasper Schmeichel (6.8)
Harry Kane (6.7)
Wahbi Khazri (6.7)
Andreas Granqvist (6.4)
Cristiano Ronaldo (6.0)
Ali Beiranvand (5.7)
Philippe Coutinho (5.6)
Denis Cheryshev (5.4)
Artem Dzyuba (5.4)
Antoine Griezmann (5.4)
Thiago Silva (5.4)
Jose Gimenez (5.3)
Ludwig Augustinsson (5.2)
Eden Hazard (5.2)
Thomas Meunier (5.2)
Romelu Lukaku (5.0)
Edinson Cavani (5.0)
Diego Costa (5.0)
Juan Quintero (5.0)
Mile Jedinak (5.0)
* Minimum three appearances

Top 5 in Profile

Harry Kane
England
40 points
6.7 points per game
Appearances: 6
Goals: 6
Assists: 0
Penalties won: 2
Highest-scoring performance: 16 points v Panama

Antoine Griezmann
France
38 points
5.4 points per game
Appearances: 7
Goals: 4
Assists: 2
Penalties won: 1
Highest-scoring performance: 9 points v Uruguay

Raphael Varane
France
34 points
4.9 points per game
Appearances: 7
Goals: 4
Assists: 2
Highest-scoring performance: 12 points v Uruguay

Yerry Mina
Colombia
32 points
10.7 points per game
Appearances: 3
Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Clean sheets: 2
Highest-scoring performance: 12 points v Poland & v Senegal

Andreas Granqvist
Sweden
32 points
6.4 points per game
Appearances: 5
Goals: 2
Assists: 0
Clean sheets: 3
Highest-scoring performance: 12 points v Korea Republic & v Mexico

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