Tuesday 1st November



Italy – Serie A


Bardolino 4 – 0 Firenze

Brescia 1 – 0 Milan

Chiasiellis 2 – 2 Roma

Lazio 13: 30 Sassari Torres

Riviera di Romagna 1 – 1 Tavagnacco

Torino 1 – 0 Mozzanica


Venezia 1 – 1 Como 2000


 

Wednesday 2nd November

 

 

UEFA Women’s Champions League


FFC Frankfurt 3 – 0 PSG

Turbine Potsdam 10 – 0 Glasgow City

Brøndby 2 – 1 Sassari Torres

Neulengbach 1 – 3 LdB Malmö

Fortuna Hjørring 0 – 1 Göteborg FC



 

Thursday 3rd November


UEFA Women’s Champions League


Sparta Praha 0 – 6 Olympique Lyon

Energiya Voronezh 0 – 4 Rossiyanka

Rayo Vallecano 18: 00 Arsenal

 

 

AFC U-16 Women’s Championship 2011

 

CHINA P.R. 8 – 0 THAILAND     (Jiangning Sport Centre)                        

 

KOREA REPUBLIC 4 – 0 AUSTRALIA     (Olympic Sport Centre Stadium)                        

 

DPR KOREA 0 – 1 JAPAN     (Jiangning Sport Centre)                             

 


 

Friday 4th November


Netherlands – Vrouwen Eredivisie


Heerenveen 18: 30 VVV

ADO Den Haag 18: 30 Utrecht

Telstar VVNH 18: 30 Zwolle

4 Comments
  1. gromit 7 years ago

    Well, seeing the 8 teams names already announced, I have serious doubts about Canadian and, above all, Mexican involevments. Take note that California had been excluded from the new League http://equalizersoccer.com/2012/11/20/no-los-angeles-pali-in-womens-soccer-league/

  2. Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    I know, the early kick-off times can be a pain :/

  3. Håkon Mørk 8 years ago

    Argh, why don’t Frankfurt play on a stadium with floodlights 🙁 13.30 is way too early.

    I see Eurosport offer highlights at 16.00 though.

  4. Deborah Bakker 8 years ago

    afternoon broadcastings are annoying! I miss the game or atleast 45 minutes.

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