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Lionesses game v Canada sold out

The match at Manchester City’s Academy Stadium, which kicks off at 7.15pm, is the first in the Lionesses’ ‘Road to France Series’ as they step up their preparations for this summer’s World Cup. All available tickets have now been sold but please note seats will be released if/when they become available. The match will be

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Izzy Christiansen undergoes ankle surgery

The FA have announced that Izzy Christiansen has undergone successful surgery on an ankle injury sustained in England’s SheBelieves Cup win over Japan on Tuesday. Following further assessment, the Lyon midfielder had an operation on Friday afternoon. The 27-year-old will now begin a rehabilitation programme as she aims to be fit for this summer’s World

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Lionesses to play four World Cup warm up games

England’s preparations for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will include four home internationals across the country, with kids’ tickets for each game priced at just £1. Phil Neville’s squad will prepare for the finals in France with two games in early April and a double-header just before the tournament, which begins in June. The

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2019 SheBelieves Cup dates announced

England Women will take on Brazil, Japan and World Cup holders, and hosts, USA in the annual SheBelieves Cup early next year. Phil Neville’s squad will be competing in the round-robin tournament for the fourth successive year. The Lionesses open up against Brazil in Philadelphia on Wednesday 27 February 2019, followed by a meeting with

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Lionesses squad update

Karen Carney and Mel Lawley have been called in to the England squad after Keira Walsh and Fran Kirby withdrew. Walsh and Kirby, who both picked up slight knocks during weekend action for Manchester City and Chelsea respectively, will return to their clubs as a precautionary measure. Since making her debut in 2005, Carney has

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Neville combines youth and experience in England squad

Phil Neville has named his England squad for the forthcoming internationals. Uncapped Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck are included with head coach Neville, once again, underlining his commitment to giving young players opportunities to progress to the senior team. Having previously represented Arsenal, forward Chioma Ubogagu, currently plying her trade on

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Lionesses to play Austria

England will travel to Austria as they continue their 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup preparation. The Lionesses take on Dominik Thalhammer’s outfit, currently ranked 21st in the world, at BSFZ Arena in Maria Enzersdorf, a suburb south of Vienna, on Thursday 8 November [kick-off 18:00]. The two sides met in England’s final home game before

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England women football squad update

Jill Scott has had to withdraw from the England squad due to discomfort in her ankle that needs to be further evaluated. The Manchester City midfielder sat out of Saturday’s 1-0 win over Brazil as a precautionary measure and has now returned to her club for further assessment. England take on Australia at Craven Cottage

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