Players fight against plastic pitches for Women's World Cup
Some of the world's best female footballers are taking legal action to try to prevent the Women's World Cup being held on plastic pitches.
The 2015 tournament will be held in Canada and is set to be played on artificial grass.
Top players have argued that this is gender discrimination and are attempting to force football's world governing body Fifa into a change.
Alex Capstick reports.
05 Dec 2014
- From the section US & Canada