The Equalizer and All White Kit are happy to present you The Complete Guide to the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. This 82 page document delivers you with everything that you need to know about this summer’s rapidly approaching tournament. Inside you’ll find extensive information on each of the 16 countries participating in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. You will also find exclusive interviews with players, coaches and personalities from across the globe. I’m talking Marta, Ali Riley, Tom Sermanni, Becky Sauerbrunn, Mia Hamm and so many more.
Below you’ll find a snapshot preview of the guide that only scratches the surface of what you’ll get when you purchase The Complete Guide to the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Along with the incredible design and layout skills of Lauren Barker, Jenna Pel and I have brought this project from idea to reality over the course of six months. It took a lot of hard work, including tracking down a lot of people that don’t speak any language that we are fluent in. But with the help of a great deal of women’s soccer personalities, we’ve made it happen. A big thank you goes out to Jenna and Lauren for helping make this happen.
You have come to know and recognize this site, The Equalizer, and All White Kit as some of the most trusted women’s soccer news sources on the Web. This preview guide only verifies that. Between in-depth analysis breaking down how each team stacks up, predictions of which teams will falter and which will survive and direct thoughts from the people who will be in Germany, there is no better companion to the Women’s World Cup than this.
You’ll hear Tom Sermanni talks to Jenna Pel about Australia’s chances. Jenna also provides a look at how teams like Colombia and Equatorial Guinea – two underdogs – could surprise in the tournament. She also conducted interviews with several personalities, including Tony DiCicco.
Meanwhile, you can look for analysis from me on why maybe everyone is just a little too critical of this U.S. Women’s National Team, how it is time for Sweden and Brazil to finally step up to the next level and whether or not expanding the 2015 Women’s World Cup to 24 teams is a good idea. All things Women’s World Cup and women’s soccer in general are covered in this preview guide. There is even a guide to German cities and the stadiums being used throughout the tournament.
We are happy to present you with this extensive guide that will take you through the Women’s World Cup for the price $5.95. That includes 82 pages of exclusive content – no rehashed work that has appeared on our sites previously and no advertisements to fill pages. With photos of the world’s best players and interviews with anyone who is anyone, this is a guide that will not only help you prepare for the massive event that is the Women’s World Cup but it will also provide a snapshot of the women’s soccer world.
It is really quite simple to download. Just head up to the tab above that says “Women’s World Cup Preview Guide” and you can purchase the guide by simply clicking on the icon of the cover, adding it to your cart and filling out the necessary information. You’ll get an email for a unique download of the guide and instantly have it at the tip of your fingers.
Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this. Click on the link below for a preview of what you’ll get when you make the purchase (basically, a few pages of the many).
Once you are ready to buy it, you can go to purchase it here.
*NOTE: Please do not attempt to purchase the guide from your mobile phone. The store only supports Web orders and will not work properly on your mobile phone. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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