A Beautiful Game: International Perspectives on Women's Football

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Abbreviations and Acronyms
AAAAmateur Athletic Association
AFAAustralian Football Association
AFCAsian Football Confederation
AIAWAssociation for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
ALFCAsian Ladies’ Football Confederation
AWSAAustralian Women’s Soccer Association
CAAWSCanadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport
CAFConfédération Africaine de Football
CFAChinese Football Association
China ‘91FIFA Women’s World Championship 1991
CONCACAFConfederation of North, Central American and Caribbean
 Association Football
CONMEBOLConfederación Sudamericana de Fùtbol
FACAFootball Association Coaching Association
FAFootball Association (English)
FAIFootball Association of Ireland
FAWFootball Association of Wales
FAWPLFootball Association Women’s Premier League
FFAFootball Federation Australia Ltd
FIFAFederation International Football Association
FIFA U-17 WCFIFA Under Seventeen World Championship for Men
FIFA U 19 WCFIFA Under Nineteen World Cup for Women
FIFA U 20 WCFIFA Under Twenty World Cup for Women
FSFIFederation Sportive Feminine Internationale
HOFAustralian Soccer Association Hall of Fame
HK$Hong Kong Dollar
IAPESGWInternational Association for Physical Education and
 Sport for Girls and Women
IOCInternational Olympic Committee
ISFInternational Sports Federations
LFAILadies’ Football Association of Ireland
Korea DPRDemocratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)
Korea RepublicRepublic of Korea (South Korea)

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