(All Matches are in British UK Time)

 

 

Tuesday 4th May

 

 

England Women’s Super League


Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool 

Lincoln 0 – 0 Doncaster Belles 

Estonia – Women’s Cup


Lootos 0 – 0 Kuusalu Kalev 

Norway – NM Cupen Women


Tynset 0 – 5 Stabæk 

Konnerud 1 – 4 Kolbotn 

Voss 1 – 2 Kaupanger

 

Russia – Supreme Division


Ryazan 0 – 0 Zvezda Perm (14:00)

Sweden – Damallsvenskan


LdB Malmö 3 – 1 Göteborg FC 

 

Wednesday 5th May

 

 

Asian Women’s Cup 2014 1st Qualification Round


Uzbekistan 18 – 0 Kuwait 

Jordan 5 – 0 Lebanon 

 

Denmark – Cup


Fortuna Hjørring 2 – 3 Brøndby 

England Women’s Super League


Birmingham City 0 – 2 Bristol Academy 

Estonia – Women’s Cup


Sillamäe Kalev V Tallinna (16:45)

Coupe de France Féminine Semi-Final


Montpellier 0 – 4 Olympique Lyon 

 

Iceland – Úrvalsdeild Women


ÍBV 5 – 0 Afturelding 

Thór / KA 1 – 3 Selfoss 

Stjarnan 3 – 0 Thróttur Reykjavík 

HK / Víkingur 0 – 2 Valur 

FH 3 – 1 Breidablik 

 

Northern Ireland Women’s Premier League


Glentoran Belfast 2 – 0 Crusaders 

Linfield 0 – 2 Ballymena United 

Cliftonville V Fermanagh Mallards (19:30)

Newbridge 1 – 2  Mid-Ulster 

 

Scotland – SWPL


Buchan 1 – 7 Celtic 

Sweden – Damallsvenskan


Piteå 1 – 2 Linköping 

 

Thursday 6th May

 

 

England Women’s Super League


Arsenal 2 – 1 Chelsea 

 

Russia – Supreme Division – Championship Round


Zorkiy 3 – 3 Rossiyanka

Russia – Supreme Division – Relegation Round


Mordovochka 3 – 0 Donchanka

Kubanochka 4 – 1 Izmailovo

Sweden – Damallsvenskan


Mallbacken 1 – 3 Vittsjö 

Kristianstad 5 – 1 Sunnanå 

Jitex 2 – 1 Umeå 

 

United States – National Womens Soccer League


Boston Breakers 2 – 2 Western New York Flash 

 

 

Friday 7th May

 

 

Asian Women’s Cup 2014 1st Qualification Round


Lebanon 0 – 4 Uzbekistan 

Kuwait 0 – 21 Jordan 

 

United States – National Womens Soccer League


Portland Thorns 4 – 3 Kansas City

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  1. Elias Ekström 7 years ago

    Gromit – There were reports in swedish media that PSG was looking to hire Nilla Fischer, but it looks like she signed with Wolfsburg instead earlier this week. Not sure if she’s the midfielder you’re referring to though.

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