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Canada's goalkeeper Karina LeBlanc makes a save during a practice session in Edmonton, Alta., on Friday June 5, 2015. Veteran goalkeeper LeBlanc remembers playing in front of empty stands so the well-attended love-ins that embraced her Canadian team at the Women's World Cup were something special. With a successful tournament now over, the job is to build on the success of the competition and promote women's soccer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

After the success of the World Cup, the challenge now is to grow women's game

Karina LeBlanc remembers playing in front of empty stands, so the well-attended stadium love-ins that embraced the Canadian team at the Women's World Cup were something special. With the World Cup over, the job now is to build on the success of the tournament and grow women's soccer. Dan Levy, a North Carolina-based player agent with Wasserman Media Group, had high hopes for this World Cup.