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Womens Midweek Football Fixtures 13th to 17th October 2014

(All Matches are in British UK Time, All Kick-Off’s at 14:00 Unless Stated)

Monday 13th October

AFC U-16 Women’s Championship

Kyrgyzstan V Tajikistan (11:00)

Sri Lanka V Uzbekistan (11:00)

Bahrain V Palestine

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Switzerland 2 – 1 Portugal

Azerbaijan 1 – 3 Hungary

Japan’s Nadeshiko League – Championship Round

Albirex Niigata 0 – 1 Urawa Reds

Yunogo Belle 1 – 0 INAC Kobe Leonessa

JEF United 2 – 1 NTV Beleza

Japan’s Nadeshiko League – Relegation Round

Vegalta Sendai 3 – 0 Kibi Univ

Tuesday 14th October

African Women’s Championship 2014

Zambia 0 – 6 Nigeria

Côte d’Ivoire 3 – 1 Namibia

AFC U-16 Women’s Championship

Iran 9 – 0 UAE

Jordan 0 – 1 Bangladesh

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Scotland 3 – 1 Sweden

Montenegro 0 – 2 Croatia

BeNe League

Club Brugge V ADO Den Haag (18:30)

Wednesday 15th October

African Women’s Championship 2014

Cameroon 2 – 0 Algeria

Ghana 1 – 1 South Africa

Brazil Brasileiro Women

Caucaia V Kindermann (19:30)

Botafogo 2 – 0 Duque de Caxias

Ferroviária V Pinheirense (19:30)

UEFA Women’s Champions League

Fortuna Hjørring 6 – 0 Ouriense

Sparta Praha 1 – 1 Gintra-Universitetas (Gintra win on penalties)

Rosengård 2 – 0 Ryazan

Olympique Lyon 9 – 0 Brescia

Barcelona 3 – 0 Slavia Praha

Neulengbach 2 – 2 MTK

Zürich 2 – 0 Osijek

Glasgow City 3 – 0 Medyk Konin

Torres Calcio 3 – 1 Pomurje

PSG 1 – 0 Twente

CONCACAF Women’s WC 2015 Qualification

Guatemala 0 – 1 Haiti

Thursday 16th October

AFC U-16 Women’s Championship

Iran 2 – 1 India

Bangladesh 6 – 0 UAE

 

Brazil Brasileiro Women

Acadêmica Vitória V Adeco (19:30)

Womens Super League Cup

Arsenal 0 – 1 Manchester City

UEFA Women’s Champions League

Brøndby 1 – 1 Apollon Limassol

Linköping 3 – 0 Liverpool

Bristol Academy 2 – 1 Raheny United

Wolfsburg 2- 1 Stabæk

Zvezda Perm 3 – 1 Stjarnan

FFC Frankfurt 4 – 0 BIIK Kazygurt

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Denmark 6 – 0 FYROM

Turkey 5 – 0 Kazakhstan

Hungary 0 – 3 Switzerland

Portugal 2 – 0 Azerbaijan

CONCACAF Women’s WC 2015 Qualification

United States 1 – 0 Trinidad and Tobago

Jamaica 6 – 0 Martinique

Friday 17th October

African Women’s Championship 2014

Namibia V  Nigeria (17:00)

Zambia V Côte d’Ivoire (17:00)

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Poland 5 – 0 Estonia

Finland 9 – 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina

Republic of Ireland 2 – 0 Lithuania

Serbia 1 – 1 Romania

BeNe League

Heerenveen 0 – 4 Lierse

ADO Den Haag 2 – 2 PSV / Eindhoven

Ajax 3 – 1 PEC Zwolle

Gent 1 – 0 Standard Liège

Anderlecht 1 – 1 Telstar

CONCACAF Women’s WC 2015 Qualification

Costa Rica 1 – 0 Mexico 

Haiti 0 – 1 Trinidad and Tobago

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8 Comments
  1. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    Full-Time: UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship Group 8

    Denmark 6 – 0 FYROM
    Goals From:
    Bruun 10′ 26′ (Denmark)
    Klitgaard 12′ 13′ 20′ (Denmark)
    Møller Thomsen 33′ (Denmark)
    Lauridsen 64′ (Denmark)
    Abildå 75′ (Denmark)
    Frank 78′ (Denmark)
    Hymøller 80′

    Turkey 5 – 0 Kazakhstan
    Goals From:
    Ilayda Civelek 40+2′ (Turkey)
    Kader Hançar 54′ 80′ (Turkey)
    Ece Türkoğlu 58′ (Turkey)
    Derya Arhan 80+2′ (Turkey)

    Hungary 0 – 3 Switzerland
    Goals From:
    Luisa Felder 35′ (Switzerland)
    Jenzer 57′ (Switzerland)
    Dubs 80+1′ (Switzerland)

    Portugal 2 – 0 Azerbaijan
    Goals From:
    Joanna Seca 40+1′ (Portugal)
    Bárbara Marques 55′ (Portugal)

  2. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    Half-Time: UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship

    Denmark 6 – 0 FYROM
    Goals From:
    Bruun 10′ 26′ (Denmark)
    Klitgaard 12′ 13′ 20′ (Denmark)
    Møller Thomsen 33′ (Denmark)

    Turkey 1 – 0 Kazakhstan
    Goals From:
    Ilayda Civelek 40+2′ (Turkey)

    Hungary 0 – 1 Switzerland
    Goals From:
    Luisa Felder 35′ (Switzerland)

    Portugal 1 – 0 Azerbaijan
    Goals From:
    Joanna Seca 40+1′ (Portugal)

  3. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    FULL TIME: AFC U-16 Women’s Championship

    Jordan 0 – 1 Bangladesh
    Goals From:
    Sanjida Akhter 70′ (Bangladesh)

  4. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    FULL TIME: AFC Under 16 Women’s Football Championship

    Iran 9 – 0 UAE
    Goals From:
    Fatemeh Ghasemi 37′ 41′ 53′ 90+1′ (Iran)
    Fatemeh Geraeli 49′ 51′ 68′ 81′ (Iran)
    Hajar Dabbaghi 62′ (Iran)

  5. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    UEFA Women’s Champions League 2nd Leg Round of 32 Games

    Olympique Lyon V Brescia (18:00 UK) Live on: beINSPORT 13 HD

    Barcelona V Slavia Praha (18:00) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idv9md2bt_c

    PSG V Twente (20:00 UK) Live on: beINSPORT 13 HD

  6. Author
    Asa 6 years ago

    FULL TIME: UEFA U17 Womens Championship

    Scotland 3 – 1 Sweden
    Goals From:
    Cuthbert 19′ (Scotland)
    Boyce 49′ (Scotland)
    Kerr 54′ (Scotland)
    Filekovic 85′ (Sweden)

    Montenegro 0 – 2 Croatia
    Goals From:
    Melani Mihić 43′ 47′ (Croatia)

  7. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    Nadeshiko League October 13

    [Week 5, Second Stage]

    Another typhoon raids the country and the poor players (of Yunogo and Kobe in particular) were forced to run and kick in splash.

    Albirex Niigata 0 – 1 Urawa Reds
    Urawa: 35’ Chinatsu Kira
    Attendance: 775
    Shots: Niigata 3 – 7 Urawa
    Corners: Niigata 3 – 9 Urawa

    Yunogo Belle 1 – 0 INAC Kobe
    Yunogo: 52’ Miki Matsuoka
    Attendance: 1,123
    Shots: Yunogo 6 – 7 Kobe
    Corners: Yunogo 3 – 4 Kobe

    I don’t like to be sounding derogatory but the INAC’s coach, Koji Maeda, went crazy. Bev was placed on the central midfield and Masuya on the bench for 90 minutes. I can visualize their supporters were crying WHY. I wouldn’t either blame Naho and Bev if they wanted Maeda to go and Laura Harvey to come. TV commentator was already discussing what INAC can do in the Empress Cup.

    JEF Chiba 2 – 1 NTV Beleza
    Chiba: 19’ & 52’ Yuika Sugasawa
    NTV: 49’ Yuka Momiki
    Attendance: 1,001
    Shots: Chiba 12 – 8 NTV
    Corners: Chiba 1 – 4 NTV

    #1 Urawa: Pts=17, W=4, D=1, L=0, GF=12, GA=4, GD=8
    #2 Yunogo: Pts=13, W=2, D=1, L=2, GF=6, GA=8, GD=–2
    #3 NTV: Pts=12, W=2, D=1, L=2, GF=6, GA=6, GD=0
    #4 Chiba: Pts=10, W=3, D=0, L=2, GF=13, GA=10, GD=3
    #5 Kobe: Pts=6, W=1, D=1, L=3, GF=8, GA=11, GD=–3
    #6 Niigata: Pts=5, W=0, D=2, L=3, GF=5, GA=11, GD=–6

    Vegalta Sendai 3 – 0 Kibi Univ.
    Sendai: 29’ Ryoko Takara, 48’ Haruna Kawashima, 80’ Miki Irie
    Attendance: 1,086
    Shots: Sendai 16 – 6 Kibi
    Corners: Sendai 4 – 3 Kibi

    #1 Sendai: Pts=20, W=4, D=0, L=0, GF=15, GA=0, GD=15
    #2 Saitama: Pts=15, W=3, D=0, L=1, GF=6, GA=5, GD=1
    #3 Iga: Pts=8, W=1, D=0, L=3, GF=3, GA=7, GD=–4
    #4 Kibi: Pts=0, W=0, D=0, L=4, GF=0, GA=12, GD=–12

    Kibi Univ. will go to the second division. Iga Kunoichi will compete in the relegation play-off.

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