Women's Soccer United are delighted to announce the brand new partnership with Glasgow City FC
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are one of the UK's top women's football clubs and in Scotland their achievements are unmatched. In the past two seasons alone, they have won every single domestic honour and as national Champions they compete every year in the UEFA Women's Champions…
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May 27 2010 19:53
THE MATILDAS have qualified for the Women's World Cup and are in the Asian Cup Final after a stunning 1-0 semi-final win over world number five Japan in China tonight.
It was striker and FourFourTwo magazine columnist Kate Gill with the crucial goal in the first half after Japan failed to clear a high ball into their box.
The Aussies girls hung on and withstood a Japanese onslaught in the final… Continue
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The Westfield Matildas are set to play Group A winners Japan in the semi-final of the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.
Japan won their final group match defeating DPR Korea 2-1 to earn the right to play Australia in the first semi-final on Thursday, May 27 at the Chengdu Sports Center Stadium in China.
Japan will be tough opposition after winning all their games. They've scored 14 goals and conceded only one in the process.
Home nation China will play DPR Korea in the… Continue
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The FA Women’s Super League is rumoured to be launching in 2011.
There have been eight Super League clubs announced by the FA
Arsenal Ladies FC
Birmingham City Ladies FC
Bristol Academy Women’s FC
Chelsea Ladies FC
Doncaster Rovers Belles
Lincoln Ladies FC
Liverpool Ladies FC
I think this will be great for raising the women's… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 24, 2010 at 22:30 —
The Westfield Matildas have produced a scintillating second half performance to beat Korea Republic 3-1 and ensure qualification to the semi-finals of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup in Chengdu, China.
A second-half 15 minute flurry of goals in ensured Australia took out the Group B match with Kim Carroll, Lisa De Vanna and Sam Kerr all getting their names on the score sheet.
A late goal from Kang Sun Mi made for a tense finale to the match but resolute defending from a… Continue
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(May 10, 2010) - The U.S. Women's National Team will face Germany on Saturday, May 22 at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. This is the first match between the U.S. and Germans on American soil since the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, and it pits the top two teams in the World against each other, as the U.S. is ranked first according to latest FIFA rankings and the Germans are close behind in… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 22, 2010 at 16:13 —
Hello Eniola, how are you?
I'm fine thanks, Small Talk.
Say, you're top scorer in the US women's league, hats off
… Thanks. It's going well for me so far and the team are starting to find some rhythm but there's a long way to go.
Women's football doesn't get much coverage in Britain compared to elsewhere. So precisely how famous are you in the US, where you play?
Um, well …
Is it impossible for you to walk down the street without being… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 17, 2010 at 23:00 —
Gold Pride, Sky Blue set WPS pace
All eyes have been on the early pace-setters since the second WPS season kicked off on 10 April, with reigning champions Sky Blue FC and Marta’s Gold Pride locked together at the top of the standings on six points apiece. Gold Pride, who also boast the likes of Christine Sinclair, Solveig Gulbrandsen and Camille Abily, lead the table by a single goal and have the psychological advantage of having beaten Sky Blue 3-1 in a match… Continue
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (May 14, 2010) – FC Gold Pride (5-1-0, 15 points) won its fifth straight game, a new WPS record, by defeating the Boston Breakers (1-2-3, 6 points), 2-1, Friday evening at Harvard Stadium in front of 5,283 fans. Brazilian star Marta scored both goals for the Bay Area side.
"This was a difficult game on the road because we played a very tough team in front of a great home… Continue
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England v Turkey
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 Qualifier
7pm, Thursday 29 July 2010
Banks’s Stadium, Walsall FC
See below for ticket information
Walsall FC will play host to Hope Powell’s England Women’s team in July, when Turkey visit for the Three Lions’ penultimate World Cup Qualifier.
The last time the two nations met, in November, three second-half goals gave England a deserved 3-0 victory and Powell… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 16, 2010 at 1:26 —
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Niigata: The Japanese’s women’s team continued their preparations for the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup (May 19-30) with a 3-0 victory over Mexico in a friendly recently.
This was their second victory over the Mexicans having beaten the same opponents 4-0 in the first of their two-match friendly series last week.
Striker Shinobu Ohno opened the scoring for Japan and substitute midfielder Chiaki… Continue
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Be at the top of the leader board each month and become that month's featured member. Featured members will have their own interview/profile page.
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Every time any of your content is featured, you get a point and the content is displayed on the main page. After each month the leader of the 'Top Scorers' board, becomes a featured Member for the month and has their own LMS Interview/Profile… Continue
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We are pleased to announce that we will soon be launching the new and improved LMS Players Lounge & Women's Soccer United network.
New features have been added to your womens soccer community including the Members league tables!
The new site will be hosted here at the same URL : http://littlemisssoccer.ning.com
- we apologize for any… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 15, 2010 at 16:30 —
Matildas coach Tom Sermanni selected the 23 player squad that will travel to Chengdu, China, to compete in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2010 from 19-30 May.
The squad, selected following intensive camps in Canberra and the Gold Coast and matches against New Zealand and DPR Korea, will gather on the Gold Coast on 4 May to begin final preparations before its 11 May departure to China.
Included in the squad are youngsters Teigen Allen and Sam Kerr who, at 16 and 17 years-old… Continue
Added by Women's Soccer United on May 8, 2010 at 12:00 —
On Monday, Everton veteran Becky Easton will look to finally break her duck in The FA Women’s Cup Final.
In two spells at Everton and stints at Doncaster Rovers Belles and Liverpool Easton has appeared in seven domestic Finals and has been on the winning side just once, in the Premier League Cup in 2008 when the Toffees defeated Arsenal 1-0 at Brisbane Road.
Easton has also lifted The FA Women’s… Continue
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