UEFA Euro 2013 hosts Sweden will take on England in a International friendly on Thursday 4th July 2013 at 6pm BST.


The fixture will be vital preparation for both sides ahead of the UEFA Euro Championship 2013.


Sweden are in Group A alongside Italy, Denmark and Finland, they kick off their campaign on 10th July against Denmark. England are in Group C, their opening fixture is against Spain. Check out the full Euro 2013 schedule.



Sweden Starting Line-up England Starting Line-up

1 Kristin Hammarström

18 Jessica Samuelsson

5 Nilla Fischer

2 Charlotte Rohlin

6 Sara Thunebro

14 Josefine Öqvist

17 Caroline Seger

20 Marie Hammarström

11 Antonia Göransson

9 Kosovare Asllani

8 Lotta Schelin



12 Hedvig Lindahl

21 Sofia Lundgren

3 Stina Segerström

4 Amanda Ilestedt

7 Lisa Dahlkvist

10 Sofia Jakobsson

13 Emelie Konradsson

15 Therese Sjögran

16 Lina Nilsson

19 Elin Magnusson

22 Olivia Schough

23 Jenny Hjohlman

A Scott,
J Scott,
Stoney (c),



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Tv4 Sport (Sweden)
FATV (England) 



Sweden 4-1 England (White 13′, Goransson 29′, Schelin 33′, 69′, Seger 52′)







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What are your views? Leave your comments below 


  1. Patrick Madine 9 years ago

    Catherine Fitzsimmons (GB, 24 ans, Houston Aces) will play for FF Yzeure (French D1)

    Source: Foot d’Elles

  2. gromit 9 years ago

    Thanks Asa, Seb and JP :o)

    Maybe I’ll have a look at your link, Seb.

    Well, England always has good start in their games, it’s a tradition (men and women)….

    I always thought that Sweden would be one of the three favourites with Germany and France, having the advantage to play at home. But, at the same time, this advantage can become a disadvantage in the knock-out stage with the high pressure (we saw that with Germany in 2011 and G-B in 2012). Particualrly if they play a team which has nothing to lose, as, for instance, Netherlands or Norway in SF (as was Japan in 2011).

    As for England, it’s a bit irritating to see they have a good potential which is so often spoilt. I think that if they meet Germany in QF, they won’t have a single chance.

  3. Jean-Paul Abidogoun 9 years ago

    @Gromit To be honest I saw big chunks of both periods thanks to my android but I did not see the game entirely as I was going back home, switching between buses, metros and train. The tactical superiority of Sweden, Schellin being on fire, England’s mistakes that led to the Swedes’ goals seemed pretty obvious to me though. I also noticed the England GK making several crucial saves.

  4. Sebastian Kanty 9 years ago

    In the first five min, Sweden had about 3 scoring oppurtunites, after those five minutes, England got into the game, and won some balls higher up on the pitch. It was during this spell, which lasted about 15-20 min that England looked Ok. After that Sweden took over again, and looked like the first few minutes of the first half, and eventually equalized and went ahead. The second half was very one-sided, with only 2 chances as I can tell for the English side. The Swedes didn’t have the margins on their side today, and could have won with 3-4 more goals.

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