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Welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR). Our objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our scope is women's biographies, women's works, and women's issues, broadly construed.

This list of red links is intended to serve as a basis for creating new articles on the English Wikipedia. All new articles must satisfy Wikipedia's notability criteria; red links on this list may or may not qualify. Lists that are not updated by ListeriaBot (talk) need to be updated manually.



These are requests for articles to be created related to women footballers / soccer players. Feel free to add your request below in the appropriate section. Please be sure to read the Wikipedia guidelines for creating articles before adding to the list below.

Player articles

Australia: W-League

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

Australia: Other leagues

  • Shadeene Evans - Young Matilda, rising talent notable per WP:GNG: [1], [2], [3] (+ more in Google search)

Australia: WNT

Austria: WNT

Brazil: WNT

Canada: WNT

Denmark: WNT

England: FA WSL

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

England: Cups

FA Women's Cup Finals
FA Women's Premiere League Cup

Finland: WNT

France: Division 1 Feminines

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

France: WNT

all French women caps can be found here

Germany: Frauen-Bundesliga

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

Guatemala WNT

Guyana: WNT

  • Chanté Sandiford (de): UCLA, pro in Russia and Iceland, 2016 Olympic Qualifying tournament for Guyana 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Iceland: WNT

Ireland: WNT

Israel: WNT

Italy: Serie A

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

Italy: WNT

Japan: WNT

Kosovo: WNT

Mexico: Liga MX Femenil

Mexico: WNT

Netherlands: WNT

Nigeria Women Premier League

Norway: WNT

Pakistan: WNT

  • stub draft is available for review and expansion – must request userfication of draft first, clean up, check/improve referencing, and re-publish

Portugal: WNT

Romania: WNT

Russia: WNT

Scotland: Scottish Women's Premier League

Individual players must meet WP:GNG requirements. Make sure to include good references.

Scotland: WNT

South Korea: WNT

Sweden: Damallsvenskan

WP:NFOOTY applies if player has played in at least one league match; References must satisfy WP:GNG for others.

Sweden: WNT

Switzerland: WNT

US: NCAA Division I

US: WNT

US: NWSL

WP:NFOOTY applies if player has played in at least one league match; References must satisfy WP:GNG for others.

US: WPS

WP:NFOOTY applies if player played in at least one league match; References must satisfy WP:GNG for others.
  • Meghan Lenczyk (de), Atlanta Beat (some references on German wiki)
  • Mallori Lofton-Malachi (de), Atlanta Beat (some references on German wiki)
  • Vendula Strnadova (de), Atlanta Beat
  • Bonnie Young, played for Penn State, New York Power, New Jersey Wildcats, Sky Blue FC and the Chicago Red Stars (WPS). Has coached with Chicago Red Stars (NWSL), Mount St. Mary's University, etc.[1]

US: WUSA

WP:NFOOTY applies if player played in at least one league match; References must satisfy WP:GNG for others.

Wales: WNT

Zimbabwe: WNT

Lists

UEFA

see also: Template:Association football players

CONMEBOL

see also: Template:Association football players

CONCACAF

see also: Template:Association football players

CAF

see also: Template:Association football players

AFC

see also: Template:Association football players

OFC

see also: Template:Association football players

Club and team articles

Austria ÖFB-Frauenliga
Iceland Úrvalsdeild
  • Valur: (create women's team article --> 10-time national champions in Iceland, but not much mention on the main/men's page)
  • HK/Víkingur
Nigeria Women Premier League
Sweden Damallsvenskan
Sweden Elitettan
Under-17 national teams

League articles

Season articles

Austria
Australia
Brazil
England
Iceland
Nigeria
United States
Wales

Tournaments

Television, documentaries, theatre, and film

please add to Template:Women's association football as well

Historical figures

Templates

Other

Maintenance and Cleanup Requests

Expand/update player articles

Expand/update team articles

Expand/update season articles

Expand/update league articles

  • Damallsvenskan
  • Campeonato Brasileiro de Futebol Feminino – super bare right now, and no season articles either. There's a decent amount of content/references on the Portuguese wiki (2015 season page especially [7] – at very least we should be able to have player pages include updated club info)

Other

  • ^ "Bonnie Young Joins Mount St. Mary's Women's Soccer Coaching Staff". mountathletics.com. July 31, 2017. Retrieved August 30, 2017. 
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