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England Women’s Blind Team hold first official training camp

The England Women’s Blind Team last weekend held its first official training camp at the home of England football, St. George’s Park, utilising the world-class facilities on site and the Tony Larkin Pitch – a bespoke pitch for blind football and one of only two in existence in the UK. The formation of the England

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Inspirational Captain, Leader, Mother – Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir

PUMA and COPA90 co-hosted the premiere of “Do Both” last night in Lyon, France, with Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir, her family and friends present. The documentary features professional football player for Olympique Lyonnais and Captain of Iceland’s national team Sara and her incredibly personal journey preparing for motherhood, welcoming her son in November 2021 and returning

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The inaugural Golden Ball Awards presented to top scorers

Following this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup and Vitality Women’s FA Cup Finals, stars of non-league football Adam Boyes and Chloe Williams were presented with the inaugural Golden Ball Awards in partnership with Mitre as the top scorers in the respective competitions. The awards were established to commemorate the top scorers in this season’s competitions, from

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Record breaking crowd at Women’s FA Cup Final

The 2022 Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester City broke the record attendance for the Final of the competition, as a ‘landmark domestic season’ comes to a conclusion. A crowd of 49,094 contributed to a fantastic atmosphere within Wembley Stadium connected by EE as they watched Chelsea win the competition for the

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