The individual players recognized at this year’s awards included, each Premier League’s respective top goal scorer, Beth Mead, Jodie Michalska, Natasha Knapman and Kim Little.
Everton and England defender Alex Greenwood collected The FA Young Player of the Year Award, and Casey Stoney was named the International Player of the Year by England’s coaching staff. Jess Fishlock’s great season with Bristol Academy…Continue
England – FA Cup
Birmingham 2 – 2 Chelsea (after extra time)
(Birmingham win 3 – 2 on penalties)
Helen Lander 70’ (Chelsea)
Rachel Williams 90+1’ (Birmingham)
Kate Longhurst 101’ (Chelsea)
Karen Carney 112’ (Birmingham)
The Sports Club Academy Dominates Neapolis years now the first in Italy to propose to
their tesserate opportunities for cultural exchange with foreign countries and new frontiers for football
Italian women, makes a new step towards the internationalization of women's football
in Campania, and communicates to all means of the press who arranged for their two…
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The FA Women's Cup Semi-final draw was made today at Wembley. Only FA WSL remain in the competition after yesterday's Quarter-final matches.
The semi-final matches will take place in April at neutral venues.
FA Women's Cup…Continue
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England - FA Cup Women
Doncaster Belles 0 - 2 Chelsea
Gemma Bonner 72’ (Chelsea)
Dunia Susi 81’ (Chelsea)
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Barnet v Doncaster Rovers Belles
Birmingham City v Liverpool
Bristol Academy v Leeds United
Charlton v Blackburn Rovers
Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion
Keynsham Town v Sunderland
Lincoln v Arsenal
Manchester City v Everton
Games to be played on March 11th…Continue
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Sunday September 11th
FA WSL Continental Cup Semi-Finals
Arsenal 3 – 1 Lincoln
Steph Houghton 29’ (Arsenal)
Danielle Carter 36’ (Arsenal)
Remi Allen 63’ (Lincoln)
Kim Little 73’ (Arsenal)
Steph Houghton got the first goal…Continue
Bristol Academy 1-2 Lincoln
Megan Harris 41’ (Lincoln)
Jess Fishlock 45+2’ (Bristol Academy)
Jess Clarke 77’ (Lincoln)
Chamberlain; McCatty, Radburn, Rose, Yorston; Heatherson (Dykes 82), Hoogendijk, Daley (Clark 82), Fishlock, Bleazard; Billson (Matthews 58). Subs (not used): Green,…Continue
FA WSL Continental Cup 1st Round
Sunday September 4th (2pm)
Bristol Academy v Lincoln (Stoke Gifford Stadium)
Chelsea v Everton (Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Birmingham City (Keepmoat Stadium)
Liverpool v Arsenal (Skelmersdale Utd…Continue
History was made this week when the successful Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club launched a new senior men’s side in the David Wilson Homes Gloucestershire FA County League.
This is the first time that a senior women’s side has established a senior men’s section of their club – it is normally the other way around. In fact all the other founding members of the FA Women’s Super League, other…Continue
Filton College, Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club and the FAWSL invite you to the Filton College Prize Day event and the Live Screening of the Women’s World Cup Round 2 England Match on Friday 1st July 2011.
The prize day event, hosted by former student Justin Lee Collins, will commence at 1pm (guests are asked to arrive for 12.30pm) and will include a spectacular of music, dance and recognition of our outstanding students.
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Arsenal Ladies 2 – 0 Bristol Academy
Kim Little 19’ (Arsenal)
Julie Fleeting 32’ (Arsenal)
Scotland colleagues Kim Little and Julie Fleeting scored a goal each to win Arsenal the FA Women's Cup for the…Continue
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The kick-off time for the eagerly anticipated show-down between this years’ FA Women’s Cup finalists, Bristol Academy WFC and 10 times winners, Arsenal Ladies has had to be put back from 6.30 to 7.15pm on Thursday 12th May 2011.
Simon Arnold, Bristol Academy WFC Chairman said “ we have been in discussion with the FA and Arsenal and feel that a slightly later kick-off would allow spectators to miss the main volume of traffic in the…Continue
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Wednesday 4th May 2011
Bristol Academy v Chelsea (WISE Campus, Kick-Off 6.30 GMT)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Liverpool (Keepmoat Stadium, Kick-Off 7.45 GMT)
Everton v Birmingham City (Marine FC, Kick-Off 7.45…
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Arsenal Ladies and Bristol Academy will contest the final of the FA Women's Cup sponsored by E.ON at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Saturday May 21, 2011.
Last year, Everton Ladies beat Arsenal Ladies 3-2 after extra time to lift the trophy in a thrilling final at Nottingham Forest's…Continue
Bristol Academy's Semi Final win in Sunday's FA Women's Cup, mean they will be representing England at the women's Champions League.
A fantastic achievement for Bristol Academy who cruised to victory with a 3-0 win over WSL rivals Liverpool ladies and made club history. Goals came from Fishlock, Heatherson and Bleazard.
After a disappointing 4-0 defeat for…
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Bristol Academy has reached the FA Cup Final 2011 after beating Liverpool Ladies 3 – 0,and in doing so have booked themselves a place in the Champions League.
Jess Fishlock 5’ (Bristol Academy)
Ann-Marie Heatherson15’ (Bristol Academy)
Helen Bleazard 30’ (Bristol Academy)
Well done Bristol…Continue
This will be a big game for both Liverpool and Bristol as not only will the winner go into the final but there is at stake qualification for next year’s UEFA Women’s Champions League. Both teams come to this game after having played their first game in the Women’s Super League this week, Liverpool with a 3 – 3 draw against Everton and Bristol who lost 4 – 0 to Birmingham.…
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