The 23 players who will have the honour of representing England at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France have been named. Head Coach Phil Neville said: “This is a significant moment in our World Cup campaign and I want to congratulate all of the players in our squad. I must also thank those
England legends Kelly Smith and Rachel Yankey were on hand to welcome the official FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour to Brighton. The most coveted prize in women’s football is travelling across the globe visiting all 24 countries that will compete in the final tournament, which runs from 7 June to 7 July. It set
The organisers of Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) and Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), a world’s first for two sporting tournaments. This unique agreement will see the two respective tournaments cooperate and share knowledge on a regular basis. The collaborative agreement will cover everything from operational matters,
Francesca Summers got her 2019 season off to a fantastic start with a superb sixth place finish at the opening World Cup of the year in Cairo yesterday. A consistent display across all five disciplines saw the 22-year-old record her best ever World Cup finish on her way to a place on the wider podium.
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
Countdown to the Netball World Cup 2019 (NWC2019) has begun in earnest, with tonight’s tournament draw pitching Commonwealth Games gold medal winners England against Scotland as Group D opponents in the Preliminaries Stage One. The showcase international competition will take place in Liverpool next July – just 300 days away. Tonight’s draw for the 16-team
World Rugby has confirmed Australia and New Zealand as Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 host candidates after each union submitted their bid responses to the international federation by the 10 August deadline. The 2021 tournament will be the first to feature exciting new format changes, including the extension of the tournament window from 23 to
Goals from Laurien Leurink and Lidewij Welten saw the Netherlands past Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup hosts England and progress into the semi-finals. England battled hard against the number one side in the world and went behind on the stroke of the first break as Welten ran onto a through ball and slotted past Hinch.
Goals from Lily Owsley and Sophie Bray guided England to a 2-0 win over Korea to progress to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter-finals. England will now face the world number one side the Netherlands on Thursday night at 8.15pm in front of another sell out crowd of 10,000 at Lee Valley Hockey and
A late drag-flick from Giselle Ansley guided England to a 1-0 win over Ireland to secure a their place in the knockout stages of the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup. England dominated from the off but couldn’t make the breakthrough roared on by another sell-out crowd of 10,000 at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis