WNY Flash star McCall Zerboni is taking part in the Women's Soccer United Interview!
McCall Zerboni is a very talented player with many successes at club and International level. McCall currently plays for WNY Flash in the WPS league, she is an intelligent player and impacts the games both assisting and scoring goals. A real team player with a genuine love and passion for the game!
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Women's Soccer United are celebrating a fantastic Champions League Final on the 26th May 2011 between Olympique Lyonnais v 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam by giving the chance for WSU members to win a pair of women's Champion's League Final tickets.
A fantastic offer, exclusive to Women's Soccer United members! A chance to be at one of the biggest women's football…Continue
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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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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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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Here are the results from todays matches in the Feminine Division 1 in France.
|France - Feminine Division 1|
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(Anna Signeul by Lorraine Hill)
Netherlands 6 - 2 Scotland (Kras Stadion, Volendam)
(van de Ven 4, Smith 14, 17, Pointed 45, 60, Kiesel-Griffioen 52;)
(Lappin 27, L Ross 55)
Netherlands continue their winning form, to give Scotland their heaviest defeat in two years.
Netherlands came out attacking from the start, Kirsten van de Ven getting the opener in just 4 minutes of play. The attack continued and…Continue
It was the first time USA played England on English soil, as both teams met for an International friendly at the Matchroom Stadium, Leyton Orient FC.
World No. 1, and 2 times World Champions USA were understandably the more favourited side to win the tie. A great crowd of over 6,000 (attendance needs to be confirmed) were at this much anticipated game and they were not in for a disappointment.
The opening half was dominated by England, Jess Clarke and…
It was brought to my attention via Twitter @FromaLeftWing, a very shocking article (read full article here).
The article is about the Nigeria women's national football team, nicknamed the Super Falcons. The football team is governed by the Nigerian Football Association.
The Super Falcons are successful in Africa winning the first 7 African championships and…
Women's professional soccer star and captain of the Swedish National team, Caroline Seger is the latest high profile women's soccer player taking part in the Women's Soccer United interview!
A born leader, Seger has Captained Linkopings FC, and led them to their highest finishes in the Damallsvenskan; 2nd place (2008) and 1st place (2009).
After playing for…