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England boss Mark Sampson names 26 player squad

England Women’s head coach Mark Sampson has named a 26-player squad for a 10-day training camp. The players will meet at St. George’s Park on Tuesday as preparations begin for next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, which takes place in Canada. Sampson will also be looking ahead to England’s historic match against Germany at Wembley

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St George’s Park – the National Training Centre

St. George’s Park has created a culture of excellence and togetherness but has many challenges ahead, according to its managing director. On 9 October 2012 the National Football Centre opened its doors to England’s stars, coaches and football enthusiasts alike – and began creating an elite football learning and training environment.  The opening ceremony was

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Win a children’s party at Wembley before Germany match

To celebrate England Women’s first match at the new Wembley, the FA are giving children and parents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend a fantastic party at football’s most famous stadium. Mark Sampson’s side will entertain current European champions Germany on Sunday 23 November – the Three Lions’ first piece of preparation for next summer’s World Cup. To

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Women’s Football – Why So Many Knee Injuries?

The Women’s Football Show on BBC3 Monday evening featured an article by Alastair Mcgowan of BBC Sport about the increase in anterior cruciate ligament injuries suffered by women this season.   Guests on the show, which was hosted by Tina Daheley, were Eni Aluko (England and Chelsea) and Ellen White (England and Notts County) who has

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Steph Houghton and Wayne Rooney discuss Wembley games

England captains Wayne Rooney and Steph Houghton met at St. George’s Park as they both prepare for big games at Wembley Stadium. Rooney is building up to Thursday’s European Qualifier against San Marino under the arch, while Houghton cannot wait for a historic meeting with Germany there next month. The England Women’s team will play

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Wembley arch goes pink to support Breast Cancer Care

To launch Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Wembley Stadium connected by EE has turned its landmark arch a spectacular pink to support The Football Association and Breast Cancer’s New ‘Pass it on’ campaign.  Together they aim to reach hundreds of thousands more people across the nation with the charity’s vital breast awareness message, while raising £500,000

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