Source: Lynne Cameron for The FA

Lionesses to host Sweden at the New York Stadium

England will host Sweden as they step up their preparations for next summer’s 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The international takes place at Rotherham United’s AESSEAL New York Stadium on Sunday 11 November [kick-off 13.30]. The South Yorkshire venue has hosted a number of women’s and development team fixtures. Over 10,000 spectators packed the New York

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Source: Jed Leicester for FA

Neville aims for top spot

England may have moved to a new high of second in the FIFA world rankings but newly-appointed boss Phil Neville admits it’s all about top spot for the Lionesses. The former Manchester United and Everton defender will lead his country on home soil for the first-time when England tackle Wales in a World Cup qualifier

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Source: Jed Leicester for FA

Phil Neville can make the Lionesses Champions

Phil Neville can transform England Lionesses from pretenders to champions and rule the world next summer according to Southampton great Francis Benali. Neville took charge of the Lionesses for the first time tonight in the SheBelieves Cup and got off to a  flyer with a 4-1 win over France, he will have been glad to

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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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