Source: Mario Russo

England WU17 EURO squad announced

Gemma Grainger has named her squad for the UEFA European Women’s U17 Championship finals in Bulgaria. Drawn in Group B, the Young Lionesses will play Germany [Sunday 5 May, Albena], Austria [Wednesday 8 May, Kavarna] and the Netherlands [Saturday 11 May, Kavarna]. The competition kicks off Sunday 5 Mayand runs through to 17 May. Current

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Source: Mario Russo

John Griffiths selects U17 squad for Euros

Head coach John Griffiths has selected his squad of 18 players for the UEFA European Women’s U17 Championship finals which will take place next month. The young Lionesses will play the Republic of Ireland  on Tuesday 2 May, followed by the Netherlands  on 5 May and Norway on the 8 May. Goalkeepers: Hannah Hampton (Birmingham City), Emily

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Source: The FA

The young Lionesses beat Belarus 12-0

England beat Belarus 12-0 in the UEFA Women’s U17 Championship moving them a step closer to the semi-finals. In their first game of the competition they beat Norway 3-2 but this match was a different ball game with Ella Toone scoring after just 5 minutes and the young Lionesses were 4-0 up within 15 minutes. Belarus could do

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Source: The FA

England U17s open Euro campaign with win over Norway

England Women’s Under-17s opened their Euro Finals campaign with a 3-2 win over Norway. John Griffiths’s side, who eased into Belarus 2016 by winning five of their six qualifiers, took the lead just after the quarter-hour mark through Liverpool midfielder Niamh Charles with her sixth goal in seven Euro matches. Chelsea forward Alessia Russo doubled

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John Griffiths names his England U17s Euro Squad

John Griffiths has named his England Women’s Under-17s squad for this summer’s European Championship finals. The Young Lions have been drawn in Group A alongside host nation Iceland, Spain and holders Germany. The finals will take place between 22 June and 4 July. Twelve of Griffiths’s 18-player squad helped England progress from the elite qualifying

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