FIFA announced the 2017 FIFA Women’s World Cup final, which will be held in the United States on Aug. 12, and awarded it to the United Arab Emirates in a controversial decision that some critics said was an insult to the country.
But for many women, the tournament’s official trophy guide was just a reminder of the hard work that has gone into it, with an explanation on how to recognize the winning team.
The guide also lists the winning player and their medals and their place in history.
The trophy guide lists a team’s first six games, which can include wins and losses.
It also lists which players from each team were on the team that won the game.
For example, in the 2017 World Cup quarterfinals, the United states won the gold medal with Abby Wambach, but the U.S. won the bronze medal with Nadia Nadim, who was the only American to make the final.
“The United States women’s soccer team has been recognized with the FIFA World Player of the Year Award for 2017, with Nadine Angerer (the only American female player to win gold in the Olympics) and Lizzie Armitstead (the first American player to score a hat trick in the tournament) becoming the only women to win the award,” reads the guide.
“In addition, the U-20 World Cup squad has been named to the FIFA Women in Football Women’s Player of The Year Award, as well as being named to FIFA Women Players’ Club of the Century.”
As for the team’s medal, it lists five individual awards that can be awarded to the winning players.
The player of the year award goes to the player with the most individual goals and assists, and the player of an individual tournament award goes directly to the team with the best individual tournament results.
The guide also includes a team biography and team photos.
Here’s a look at the 2017 medal guide for the U20 Women’s National Team, the 2018 medal guide and the 2018 FIFA Women Player of