THE Irish FA is delighted to announce that the naming rights of the 2013 Irish Cup Final have been given to our official charity partner Marie Curie Cancer Care.
The Marie Curie Irish Cup Final takes place at Windsor Park on Saturday 4th May (14:30) between…Continue
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Equatorial Guinea popularly known as Nzalang Nacional (nation's light) are new Africa football queens. Hosts has lifted African Women Championships (AWC) title after defeating South Africa 4-0 in a final match of the 8th edition played on Sunday at Malabo Stadium.
Playing before The Republic President Teodoro Obiang Mbasogo who was the chief guest, Equatorial Guinea players started the match aggressively with…
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)
Women's Super League teams Birmingham City Ladies and Chelsea Ladies will compete for the FA Women's Cup on Saturday 26th May 2012.
The winning club will receive a £5000 prize fund from The FA.
The Cup Final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 2 at 12:15pm (local time) on Saturday 26th May 2012.
Glasgow City won 7-0 to book their place into the semi-finals of the Premier League Cup.
The draw for the semi’s…Continue
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Sunderland Ladies crashed out of the FA Cup at the Quarter Final stage in Stratford on Sunday as they lost by four goals to nil. Despite a bright opening the Wearsiders were undone by some clinical finishing by last season’s Super League runners up.
Birmingham, fielding a side bursting with internationals, scored 3 three quick fire first…Continue
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Linköping FC 2 - 0 Kopparberg / Göteborg FC
Linda Sällström 13’ (Linköping FC)
Louise Fors 23’ (Linköping FC)
Linköping FC beat Kopparberg / Göteborg FC 2 – 0 in the final of Vaxjo Cup. Two Goals in the first half one from Linda Sällström and the…Continue
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Kopparbergs / Göteborg FC 2 – 2 Tyresö FF
(After extra time)
Kopparbergs / Göteborg FC Win on penalties 5 – 4
Sara Lindén 58’ (Göteborg FC)
Katrin Schmidt 60’ (Tyresö FF)
Kirsten van de Ven 106’ (Tyresö FF)
Olivia Schough 114’ (Göteborg FC)
Today’s Cup Final…Continue
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Thailand 2 – 1 Myanmar
Thailand powered their way to the AFF Women’s Championship title for the first time when they edged a defiant Myanmar 2-1 in the final at the National Stadium here tonight.
Despite the tight Myanmar defence throughout the final, the…Continue
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Vietnam 6 – 0 Laos
Le Thi Thuong 29’ (Vietnam)
Huynh Nhu 36’ (Vietnam)
Nguyen Thi Hoa 40’ 71’ (Vietnam)
Chuong Thi Kieu 57’ (Vietnam)
Le Thu Thanh Huong 70’ (Vietnam)
Vietnam made up for their failure to qualify the final of the AFF Women’s Championship 2011 by picking up the bronze medal when they defeated hosts Laos 6-0 in the third-fourth placing playoff at the National Stadium here…Continue
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The All Africa Games women soccer favorites, Ghana,hit a brick wall when they played against a robust Cameroonian team at the Estadio Nacional in Maputo. With the Ghanaians looking more like the dominant side, they pressed for early goals with beautifully strung passes with pin point accuracy but their efforts failed to pay off as the resolute Cameroonian defense will not cave in under pressure.
The game became a ding-dong battle with both sides probing for…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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Weekend Women’s Football Fixtures
Saturday June 11th 2011
Deaf European Championship (Albena, Bulgaria)
Germany v Russia (3pm)
Great Britain v Greece (5.30)
UEFA U-19 Championship Final:
Germany v Norway (Stadio Romeo Galli, Imola, 7.30 Live on Eurosport 2 )
Women’s Pro Soccer
Sandra Braz Bastos says "I closed my eyes and thanked God" when she learned she had been selected to referee the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship final but, as she demonstrated during a pre-match interview with UEFA.com, the Portuguese match official is leaving nothing to chance.
The ninth team at these finals originally comprised six referees, eight assistants and two fourth officials from the Italian host association; now only four…Continue
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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Sunday 24th April 2011
FA Women's Cup Semi Final
Barnet v Arsenal
at Uxbridge FC, 2pm
The winning team from this Semi Final match not only faces Bristol Academy in the FA Women's Cup Final they also gain the last women's Champion's League spot available for next year's competition.
Barnet could potentially cause one of the biggest upsets in women's football in recent times…Continue
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Women's Champions League holders FFC Potsdam will face Olympique Lyonnais in the UEFA Women's Champions League Final for the second year running.
50 teams were challenging to reach the women's Champions League Final and now we are down to the final two teams who will battle it on the 26th May 2011 at Craven Cottage, London.
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