Source: The FA

Dominant Lionesses beat Russia

England’s Lionesses put in a dominant performance to beat Russia 6-0 tonight. From the off Russia struggled to cope with the Lionesses pace and movement, and when they were reduced to ten after a second bookable offence for Ksenia Tsybutovich it was game over for the visitors. Russia’s early tactic was to sit back but

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Source: Mario Russo

England salvage late draw in first U17 WWC match

England’s young Lionesses salvaged a late draw in their opening FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup match against North Korea in Jordan in Jordan yesterday. The Lionesses were 2-1 at half time thanks to goals from Ellie Brazil and Georgia Stanway. Stanway having restored the lead after Hyang Sim Sung equalised for North Korea. But in the second half  Pom Ui

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Source: FIFA

USA beat Japan to win WWC 2015

In a replay of the 2011 Women’s World Cup Final USA faced Japan, although this time the result was reversed.  The USA came out all guns blazing; Carli Lloyd scored the first goal within 3 minutes, and just two minutes later tucked away her second.  On 14 minutes Holiday joined the party to hit home and get

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Source: The FA

Onto the Semi Finals!

England put in a mighty team performance last night to surge into the Women’s World Cup Semi Finals for the first time since – well since ever. Jodie Taylor capitalised on a defensive error to open the scoring after just 11 minutes and Lucy Bronze headed home just three minutes later to effectively quieten the

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Women’s World Cup : Quarter Final Draw

The last eight teams are now known and some interesting matches are thrown up.  China will make the USA work, but can they overcome the strong USA team? Germany v France is perhaps the pick of the ties with both teams hitting form, Germany have in their side the two leading scorers of the tournament so far;

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Source: The FA

A little bit of history!

England claimed their place in the quarter finals with an emphatic second half performance against Norway last night. As predicted, and perhaps dreaded, the first half was a cagey affair and England played with just Toni Duggan fighting a lost cause up front, isolated and losing out constantly to the solid Norwegian defence.  England struggled

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