HJK 2 – 1 United Pietarsaari
S. Kruus 11’ (HJK)
N. Heroum 69’ (HJK)
L. Björkskog 82’ (United Pietarsaari)
TPS 1 – 5 KMF
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Turkey 4 – 1 Greece
Maria Mitkou 2’ (Greece)
BİLGİN DEFTERLİ 32’ (Turkey)
SHIRLEY HUBERTINA MARIA ADRIANA KOCACINAR 57’ 62’ (Turkey)
ESRA EROL 76’ (Turkey)
A special Women's National Team match beat Greece 4-1. Bolu Atatürk stadium match goals 33 National Team Scholar-minute pad and the 57th and 62 Shirley Kocaçınar and 77 minutesEsra Erol minute…Continue
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276 clubs had their entries accepted to next season’s competition and 90 ties will get things underway on Sunday 2nd October 2011. The Second Round Qualifying ties will take place three weeks later, on 23rd October 2011.
FA Women's Cup 1st Round Qualifying
SUNDAY 2nd OCTOBER 2011:
Lowick United v Cramlington Juniors
Lumley v Consett…
A truly must have item for the soccer fan, look at the super stars on this poster.
Photo:Sky Blue FC
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As Europe’s top young female players battle to win the UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship from Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st July, the future of the game looks bright.
In June, Karen Espelund became the first woman to join the UEFA Executive Committee by invitation, and as the chair of UEFA's Women's Football Committee she is overseeing a development strategy that will have far-reaching effects on the female game and will benefit football as a…
The article reports, the two countries are currently in negotiations and…Continue
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Ah, everyone in time needs the same thing: vacation
Now that the World Cup is over I officially declare my vacation...
Naturally a ton of things have happened with women's soccer throughout the world within the past two months, and per usual, as the arrogant American it is my job to primarily focus on just that...America.
To an extent of course.
Today I'm aiming at three things:
Jonathan Stein has come up with a great fundraising idea 'Soccer for the Cure' to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. Jonathan is trying for the World's longest pick up soccer game.
Jonathan has always had an involvement in soccer, whilst he…
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PUMA and the Philadelphia Independence have teamed up to host Project Pink night- a game that is dedicated to making a difference through the power of soccer. Project Pink is PUMA’s more-than-just-October initiative that puts the fight against breast cancer in your hands. So pack up your friends and family and head to the game where you can partake in all the fun: receive your free pink rally headband, get a temporary pink PUMA cat tattoo, have the chance…Continue
Brazil won the Gold today in the women's football event beating Germany 5-0 in the Final and completing an unbeaten run.
A good crowd gathered at San Gennaro to watch both the match for third place and the final. Holland and France were playing for the bronze in the earlier fixture of the day. It was France who dominated the game and had two good efforts denied by the post. These missed chances were to prove…Continue
17,812 Fans turn up to see the World Cup winning players Megumi Takase, Shinobu Ohno, Yukari Kinga, Asuna Tanaka, Ayumi Kaihori and Nahomi Kawasumi and Homare Sawa and Karina Maruyama, all received flowers prior to the Nadeshiko League match between INAC Kobe Leonessa and JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies at Home's Stadium Kobe on July 24, 2011 in Kobato, Japan.
Photo by Koji Watanabe/Getty Images AsiaPac
KMF 1 – 3 Nice Futis
H. Ruohomaa 50’ (Nice Futis)
J. Kannosto 63’ (Nice Futis)
B. Obende 67’ (Nice Futis)
A. Auvinen 72’ (KMF)
PK-35 2 – 2 TPS
T. Tikkanen 61’ (TPS)
J. Lyytikäinen 75’ (PK-35)
J. Kemppi 86’ (TPS)
J. Kemppi (OG) 90+1’…Continue
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Bristol Academy lost their unbeaten home record after falling to defeat at the hands of Lincoln Ladies at the Stoke Gifford Stadium.
Goals from Grace McCatty and Corrine Yorston were not enough to prevent a 3-2 loss, McCatty also putting the ball over her own line alongside two goals from Imps left back Rachel…
The FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 is for the Organising Committee (OC), also under economic aspects, an extraordinary success. In the final sessions of the General Committee on Wednesday and the Board of Trustees, which met last Thursday under the chairmanship of DOSB president Thomas Bach in Frankfurt am Main, the preliminary results were presented.
Under the condition that during the final reviews and the audits…
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Carolina Morace has resigned as head coach of the Canadian women’s soccer team. The shock decision, which also included the resignation of her coaching staff, was handed to the Canadian Soccer Association verbally on Wednesday.
Canada, which had gone into the World Cup finals having lost only twice in its previous 25 games with Morace in charge and had moved to sixth in FIFA world rankings, but the team failed to capture a point in Germany. Canada…Continue
The brazilian women's national team has the third place in FIFA ranking are one of more feared teams on International Tournaments due to players like Marta, Cristiane and Formiga, and others players,…Continue
Saturday July 23rd
Dalsjöfors GoIF V KIF Örebro DFF 23/07/2011 (15:00)
Hammarby IF DFF V Piteå IF 23/07/2011 (15:00)
Finland Naisten Liiga
PK-35 Vantaa V TPS (15:00)
FC Honka V HJK (15:00)
KMF V NiceF (15:00)
Kokkola, F10 V Lynx (16:00)
AAU V FC United (17:00)
FA Women’s Super League…
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Image: The FA
The England women under 19 squad has been announced to take part in a five-day training camp in Loughborough this August.
The five-day camp will take place from Sunday 7th until Thursday 11th August, at Welbeck College, Loughborough.
England Under 19…Continue
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USA remain top of the women's World Rankings after the updated list was released today. The recent women's World Cup in Germany has made an impact on the latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola women's World rankings.
Although there have been changes in the points in the top five, there have not been any movers. The women's World Cup finalists USA remain at the top, still followed by Germany (who were knocked out at…Continue
The FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ has set a new benchmark for the sport after viewers around the world tuned in en masse and smashed several TV audience records along the way. This was particularly notable in the host nation Germany, the defending champions twice over, as well as in the countries of the two finalists, the USA and Japan.
The four games featuring the German team all gained average audiences of more than 14 million, with their…
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