England v Sweden International women's football friendly 2014

England and Sweden will go head to head in an international friendly fixture at Hartlepool United’s Victoria Park stadium on Sunday 3 August (2pm kick-off).

This will be a great competitive match for the European sides before they continue their qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015.

Pia Sundhage called on the following players to represent Sweden against England: Hedvig Lindahl, Carola Söberg, Emma Berglund, Magdalena Ericsson, Nilla Fischer, Amanda Ilestedt, Lina Nilsson, Linda Sembrant, Sara Thunebro, Emilia Appelqvist, Kosovare Asllani, Lisa Dahlkvist, Hanna Folkesson, Antonia Göransson, Jenny Hjohlman, Sofia Jakobsson, Emma Lund, Fridolina Rolfö, Lotta Schelin, Caroline Seger, Therese Sjögran, Elin Wahlström.

England head coach Mark Sampson selected 23-players to face Sweden: Karen Bardsley, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Siobhan Chamberlain, Gemma Bonner, Lucy Bronze, Alex Greenwood, Steph Houghton, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes, Laura Bassett, Jade Moore, Jordan Nobbs, Jill Scott, Fara Williams, Eniola Aluko, Karen Carney, Jess Clarke, Natasha Dowie, Toni Duggan, Fran Kirby, Lianne Sanderson, Dunia Susi, Jodie Taylor.

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Full-time: England 4-0 Sweden

Goals: Carney 35′, 81′, Kirby 54′, Sanderson 68′

An outstanding performance by England saw them defeat Sweden 4-0 in front of 4,547 fans. Fran Kirby scored on her international debut and was awarded ‘player of the match’.

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Full-time: England 4-0 Sweden (Carney 35′, 81′, Kirby 54′, Sanderson 68′)

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    England’s Fran Kirby is awarded the ‘Player of the match’

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    81′ GOAL! England 4-0 Sweden (Karen Carney scores her second of the game!)

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    76′ England subs: Greenwood IN, Stokes OUT / J.Scott IN, Williams OUT

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    71′ England sub: Bassett IN, Bronze OUT

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    Official attendance of 4,547 at today’s international friendly.

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    68′ GOAL! England 3-0 Sweden (Sanderson scores!)

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    67′ Aluko nearly puts England 3-0 up but her effort hits the bar!

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    63′ England subs: Toni Duggan IN, Fran Kirby OUT / Eniola Aluko IN, Jodie Taylor OUT

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    62′ Sweden sub: Emma Lund IN, Caroline Seger OUT

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    54′ GOAL! England 2-0 Sweden (Kirby scores on her international debut!)

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    Second half underway: England 1-0 Sweden

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    Half-time: England 1-0 Sweden (Carney 35′)

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    39′ Sweden sub: Amanda Ilestedt replaces Nilla Fischer

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    35′ GOAL! England 1-0 Sweden (Carney hits woodwork with penalty but Carney scores the rebound!)

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    34′ Penalty to England! Carney was pushed in the area

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    On the half hour mark, the game has been pretty even so far between England and Sweden

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    29′ Sanderson feeds the ball to Nobbs but she is controversially called offside

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    25′ Another great save from Karen Bardsley to deny Sweden the opening goal.

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    15′ Karen Bardsley tips Lotta Schelin’s effort over the bar.

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    International friendly match underway: England 0-0 Sweden

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    England Line-up: Bardsley, A.Scott, Houghton (C), Bronze, Stokes, Williams, Nobbs, Carney, Kirby, Taylor, Sanderson

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Congratulations to Hedvig Lindahl who earns her 100th cap today!

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Sweden Line-up: 1 Hedvig Lindahl – 16 Lina Nilsson, 5 Nilla Fischer, 2 Emma Berglund, 6 Sara Thunebro – 17 Caroline Seger – 10 Sofia Jakobsson, 9 Kosovare Asllani, 14 Hanna Folkesson – 15 Therese Sjögran, 8 Lotta Schelin (c).

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Fara Williams is set to become England’s most capped player today as she earns her 130th cap!

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    WSU 6 years ago

    No TV broadcast of this match that we can find in England 🙁

  27. Natalie Brandon 6 years ago


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      WSU 6 years ago

      Are you going to the match @Natalie or watching on tv? What do you think the score will be?

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