The World Champions Nadeshiko Japan have planned international friendlies against New Zealand, England and Germany in June 2013.
Nadeshiko Japan are planning a expedition tour in June where they will play New Zealand, England and Germany.
Japan will meet New Zealand on 20th June 2013 at the Best Amenity Stadium in Kyushu, before the team leaves for Europe to play England on 26th…Continue
In their final preparation game before flying to the London 2012 Olympics, France will take on the women's World Champions Nadeshiko Japan at Paris (Stade Charléty) tonight!
One of the most eagerly anticipated international friendlies has finally arrived, kick off is at 5:15 CET and is live on Direct 8.…Continue
Asia's two biggest women's football teams went head to head today (Wednesday 11th July 2012) at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan.
The deadlock was broken between the two sides when Tameka Butt gave away a penalty. Miyama converted the penalty to give Japan the lead. The game continues to be dominated by the Japanese side and in injury time Ogimi scores from a cross to double the lead before the…Continue
Homare Sawa has stepped down as the Nadeshiko Japan captain, Aya Miyama takes the captains armband.
Aya Miyama will take over the captaincy of Nadeshiko Japan as the FIFA women's World Champions look to…Continue
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Sawa injured her right thigh during INAC Kobe's recent game against FC…Continue
Nadeshiko Japan have made there first ever top three appearance in the FIFA/Coca Cola Women's World Rankings.
Brazil women's national team fall out of the top 3 World ranked teams as the FIFA Women's World Cup winners climbed to…Continue
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The leading team in the top-tier Japanese women's league, INAC Kobe Leonessa will play English Champions Arsenal Ladies in a charity football match.
The match will be played on 30th November 2011 at Tokyo's National…
The new cartoon story called "Soccer Shojo Kaede" (Soccer girl Kaede), is based on the life of Homare…Continue
Japan's women's football team are to receive the National Honour Award from the Japanese government on 18th August 2011 for their success at the women's World Cup 2011 in Germany.
Nadeshiko Japan's performance at the recent women's football tournament brought inspiration to a nation that is facing severe…Continue
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