England secured their position at the top of their Euro 2017 qualifying Group at Meadow Lane tonight with a 5-0 win over Estonia. There was a second hat-trick for Danielle Carter on just her second appearance for the Lionesses, [although she was perhaps lucky that the first goal was given after a clear ricochet against
Tonight England women’s team faced Belgium in a Euro 2017 qualifier, in their first game since the SheBelieves Cup competition in the USA where England played three of the top teams in the world: USA, France and Germany. A win against Belgium would lift them to top of their qualifying group after earlier victories over Estonia
John Griffiths has named his England Women’s Under-17s squad for the final round of Euro qualifiers later this month. The Young Lionesses will travel to Serbia for matches against the host nation (on Thursday 24 March), Iceland (Saturday 26 March) and Belgium (Tuesday 29 March). The team that tops the group will make it through
England Women’s Under-19s will take on Norway at St. George’s Park in their first match of 2016. Mo Marley’s side will use the friendly, on Tuesday 26 January, as preparation for the final round of Euro qualifiers. The Young Lionesses will travel to Sweden in the spring for round-robin matches against Austria, Belgium and the
At their first home fixture since winning the bronze in the summer’s World Cup, the Lionesses were greeted by a happy crowd of supporters at Ashton Gate, despite the awful weather. Before kick off Jill Scott (accompanied by nephews Charlie and Dexter), Fara Williams and Casey Stoney were all awarded special UEFA caps as a
England’s U17s women continue to rampage through their qualifiers with a second 13-0 victory, this time over hosts Estonia. To illustrate how one-sided the match was, England had a massive 38 shots on goal with 23 on target, whilst Estonia managed just one. England’s goals were scored by: Russo 4’, 15’, 46’; Charles 9’, 28’;
England Women’s U17s boss John Griffiths has named his 18-player squad for next month’s Euro qualifiers. The Young Lions take on host nation Republic of Ireland (on 9 April), Hungary (11 April) and Netherlands (14 April) for a place at this summer’s Euro finals, which will be held in Iceland in late June, early July.