UMF Grindavik 0 – 6 Valur Reykjavik
Dagny Brynjarsdottir 30’ (Valur)
Thelma Bjork Einarsdottir 34’ (Valur)
Kristin Bjarnadottir 37’ 67’ (Valur)
Caitlin Miskel 39’ (Valur)
Rakel Logadottir 54’ (Valur)
Fylkir 1 – 4 Stjarnan
Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir…Continue
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Tickets are now available for the UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship at the Colovray Stadium opposite UEFA's Swiss headquarters in two weeks' time – and for those unable to attend, Eurosport 2 will be showing both semi-finals and the final live.
The action in Nyon kicks off on Thursday 28th July, with holders Spain playing Iceland at 14.00CET before two-time winners Germany take on France from 18.00CET. The kick-off times are the same on…Continue
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Sky Blue FC, will be holding a World Cup Final viewing party before its game against the Western New York Flash on Sunday, July 17th2011. This event is part of the Sky Blue’s Summer Soccer Celebration. It begins at 2:45 p.m. when fans can come to Yurcak Field in Piscataway, New Jersey, and watch the FIFA Women's World Cup Final Germany 2011, between the U.S.A and Japan on a big-screen TV in the car park.Sky Blue FC will then take on the Western New York Flash…
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The Military World Games will take place from July 15-24th 2011.
This will be the largest military sports event ever held in Brazil.
There are approximately 4,900 athletes from 108…Continue
KMF 1 – 2 Kokkola F10
E-V. Dahlmars 25’ (Kokkola F10)
E. Vanhanen 88’ (KMF)
H. Ojanperä 90’ (Kokkola F10)
Ilves 1 – 1 TPS
T. Tikkanen 48’ (TPS)
A. Tossavainen 81’ (Ilves)
United Pietarsaari 0 – 3 PK-35
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After a talk with DFB president Dr Theo Zwanziger and the DFB general secretary Wolfgang Niersbach in headquarters, Silvia Neid has decided to fulfill her contract runs until 2016 and thus to train in the future, the German women's national team.
Silvia Neid said: "After the disappointing for me retiring from the World Cup, I needed a few days to think about. The keen interest of my team and the confidence that I Zwanziger, DFB President and Secretary General…
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Maryam Majd, a photojournalist and women's rights activist, campaigns for female football fans to be allowed to watch matches in stadiums.
An Iranian photographer and activist for women’s soccer rights has disappeared as the Islamic republic battles world soccer body FIFA for its own interpretation of the rights of women in the beautiful game.
Maryam Majd, 25, is believed to have been detained by Iranian security officials as she was boarding a flight…
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On the eve of the one of the biggest games of my life, I felt it, urged, and somewhat expected to feed a little non-literal, statistic lacking thoughts towards the USA/Brazil match from Sunday.
I could take the stand that I did at the moment of the red card, the penalty kick, the next penalty kick, or even the injury time.
We wouldn't be here talking about women's soccer without it though, would we?
"Absolute insanity" tends to be the terminology I've been using to…Continue
Grindavik 1 – 3 Fylkir
Dernelle Mascal 17’ (Grindavik)
Anna Björg Bjornsdottir 27’ 30’ 72’ (Fylkir)
Breiðablik 0 – 4 Stjarnan
Ashley Bares 52’ 56’ 58’ (Stjarnan)
ÍBV 1 – 0 Valur
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The Hosts Mozambique is in Group A, along with Cameroon, Guinea and Algeria. Group B teams are South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Ghana, South Africa will be hoping for a better result this time after losing to Zimbabwe in the final of the Cosafa tournament in Harare 1 –…Continue
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Several England players have hit back at Hope Powell after their coach accused some of them of "cowardice" ahead of the Women's World Cup quarter-final penalty shootout.
Coach Powell, 44, said she had to ask three times for volunteers to take the crucial spot-kicks against France.
But midfielder Jill Scott, supported by two team-mates, Tweeted: "You win as a team, you lose as a team".
England eventually lost 4-3 in the shootout…
The Americans can say that Mia Hamm was the best player, the Germans ... Birgit Prinz, English people ...the fantastic Kelly Smith, but is fact that Marta is the best player, and people unduly hate her…Continue
If Hope Powell is soon to step down after 13 years as coach of the England women's side, she has delivered quite a parting shot. After the defeat to France on penalties in the World Cup quarter-finals she accused some of her squad of "cowardice" for failing to volunteer to take a spot-kick.
Three of the back four stepped up in the shoot-out, with the 22-year-old left-back Claire Rafferty, who had been brought off the bench to make her World Cup debut 10…
The central match of the tour
Rossiyanka "3-0" The Star-2005
4 min GOLLLLLLLLLLL! 1-0 Alina Birtsoyu seven goal in the CR
REMOVING goalkeeper Baranov V PERM!
44 min GOLLLLLLLLLLL! 2-0 Tatiana Black
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Zimbabwe 1 – 0 South Africa
Rufaro Machingura 83 ‘(Zimbabwe)
Rufaro Machingura scored her eighth goal of the tournament as Zimbabwe defeated South Africa 1-0 to lift the 2011 COSAFA Women’s Championship after an entertaining final at the Rufaro Stadium in Harare on Saturday.
South African had won all three previous COSAFA Women’s Championships played, and were…
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TPS 0 – 6 HJK
S Kruus 55’ (HJK)
M Tolvanen 63’ 75’ (HJK)
E Syrjala 66’ (HJK)
H Lindstrom 85’ 89’ (HJK)
PK-35 6 – 0 KMF
C Uwak 27’ (PK-35)
J Lyytikamen 59’ (PK-35)
J Monkkonen 68’ (PK-35)
E Parikka 71’ 89’ (PK-35)
M Koivula 90+6’ (PK-35)
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Malawi women’s national football team scared South Africa’s Banyana Banyana in the semi-finals of Cosafa Women’s Football Championship at the Rufaro stadium in Harare, on Thursday, with an early goal but lost the lead in a 1-5 defeat to be dumped of the tournament.
The Malawi squad was returning to international football after five years in the wilderness and were surprise package in the semi-finals.
Tabitha Chawinga scored for Malawi in…
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Zimbabwe's Mighty Warriors sailed through to the final of the Cosafa Women's championships after beating Tanzania 4-2 on post match penalties on Thursday at Rufaro Stadium.
The hero of the day was Aces Youth Academy goalkeeper Onai Chingawo who saved three penalties, one in regulation time and two others in the much feared penalty shootouts.
The two teams were deadlocked at goalless at the end of normal time after the Twiga Stars…
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The Great Britain squad has been selected for the World University Games in Shenzhen, China.
The matches will take place over six match days between August 11th and 21st 2011.
The final on the 21st of August 2011 at the Shenzhen Bao’an District Stadium.
Great Britain V Canada 11th August
Great Britain V Chinese Taipei 13th August
Great Britain V China 15th…
2011 Tournament Results
Day 1 Thursday 11th August
China 2 - 0 Chinese Taipei