It is always with a buzz of excitement that I approach the environs of Wembley Stadium and today more so than ever. Today the Women’s FA Cup Final would be held at football’s bastion for the first time ever. Notts County and Chelsea were both competing to win the FA Cup for the first time
The FA have announced tonight that the final of the FA Women’s Cup will be played at Wembley Stadium on 1 August 2015, kick off at 3.00pm and will also be shown live on BBC1. What a massive breakthrough for women’s football! Tickets will go on sale tomorrow. Fifth round draw was announced today
England Women were brought down to earth by a classy German side after the eight-time European champions ran out 3-0 winners at Wembley Stadium. The stage was set for a memorable afternoon, with a record 45,619 crowd in attendance to see the Three Lions’ first match at the famous stadium since it re-opened in 2007.
It has finally arrived – the day so many of our footballers have dreamt about since they were children, pulling on football boots for the first time. Soon they will be putting on their England shirts; tying up their pink laces on their new boots and running out onto the hallowed Wembley turf to the
Mark Sampson has selected his 23-player squad for England Women’s historic match against Germany at Wembley Stadium connected by EE next week. Karen Carney is in line to make her 100th international appearance. The Birmingham City captain made her England debut against Italy in 2005 and has scored 23 times for the Lionesses. Eight of