(All Matches are in British UK Time)

Saturday Fixtures 18th May

 

Austria – Frauenliga


LUV Graz 2 – 1 Altenmarkt (13:30)

Denmark – Elitedivisionen – Championship Round


Brøndby V OB (12:00)

Fortuna Hjørring V Skovbakken (14:00)

Denmark – Elitedivisionen – Relegation Round


KoldingQ 3 – 0 BSF (12:00)

Skjold 2 – 1 Vejle (14:30)

Womens Super League Continental Cup


Doncaster Belles 1 – 3 Everton (18:00)

BeNe League A


Ajax 1 – 2 PSV / Eindhoven (14:00)

Anderlecht 1 – 3 Twente (14:00)

Standard Liège 2 – 2 Lierse (14:00)

Beerschot 0 – 0 ADO Den Haag (14:00)

BeNe League B


PEC Zwolle 7 – 1 Club Brugge (14:00)

Zulte-Waregem 0 – 0 OH Leuven (14:00)

Telstar 3 – 1 Heerenveen (14:00)

Sint-Truiden 1 – 7 Utrecht (14:00)

Finland – Naisten Liiga


Honka 3 – 1 Nice Futis (14:00)

GBK 0 – 1 TPS (14:00)

PK-35 1 – 0 Kokkola F10 (14:00)

ONS 0 – 5 Åland United (15:00)

Pallokissat 2 – 3 HJK (16:00)

France – Feminine Division 1


Yzeure Allier 3 – 2 Rodez (14:00)

Guingamp 1 – 6 Montpellier (14:00)

Saint-Étienne 5 – 1 Toulouse (14:00)

Vendenheim 2 – 2 Arras (14:00)

Olympique Lyon 9 – 0 Issy (14:00)

Juvisy 0 – 2 PSG (14:00)

Iceland – Úrvalsdeild Women


Stjarnan 7 – 0 FH (15:00)

Valur 3 – 3 BV (15:00)

Selfoss 0 – 0 Afturelding (15:00)

HK / Víkingur 1 – 4 Thór / KA (17:00)

Japan’s Nadeshiko League


Kibi University 0 – 6 INAC Leonessa (05:00)

JEF United 0 – 0 Albirex Niigata (05:00)

Takatsuki 0 – 3 Yunogo Belle (05:00)

NTV Beleza 5 – 0 Vegalta Sendai (06:00)

Norway – Toppserien


Stabæk 4 – 0 Trondheims-Ørn (14:00)

Sweden – Damallsvenskan


KIF Örebro 0 – 2 Göteborg FC (13:00)

Kristianstad 1 – 2 Linköping (14:00)

Mallbacken 1 – 0 Jitex (14:00)

International Women’s Friendly

Jordan 0 – 2 Vietnam (17:00)

 

Sunday Fixtures 19th May

 

 

England Womens Premier League


Manchester City 1 – 1 Aston Villa (14:00)

Portsmouth 1 – 2 Leeds United (14:00)

Sunderland 2 – 0 Cardiff City (14:00)

England Womens Premier Northern League


Leicester City 1 – 2 Preston North End (14:00)

Womens Super League Continental Cup


Arsenal 4 – 2 Bristol Academy (14:00)

Birmingham City 1 – 1 Lincoln (14:00)

Chelsea 0 – 4 Liverpool (14:00)

 

Germany – DFB Pokal Women


Wolfsburg 3 – 2 Turbine Potsdam (15:30)

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League


Iga Kunoichi 0 – 0 Urawa Reds (05:00)

Russia Supreme Division – Championship Round


Zorkiy 0 – 1 Zvezda Perm

Ryazan 1 – 0 Rossiyanka

Russia Supreme Division – Relegation Round


Kubanochka 3 – 0 Donchanka

Mordovochka 2 – 2 Izmailovo

Scotland – SWPL


Rangers 3 – 0 Hutchison Vale (14:00)

Hibernian 0 – 4 Glasgow City (14:00)

Aberdeen 2 – 3 Spartans (14:00)

Buchan 5 – 4 Hamilton (14:00)

Kilwinning 5 – 4 Falkirk (14:00)

Celtic V Forfar Farmington (16:00)

 

Spain – Copa de la Reina


Levante 2 – 1 Espanyol

Athletic Club 1 – 1 Atletico Madrid (10:30)

Barcelona 2 – 0 Rayo Vallecano (11:00)

Transportes 1 – 1  San Gabriel (11:30)

Sweden – Damallsvenskan


LdB Malmö 4 – 2 Vittsjö (15:00)

Tyresö 10 – 2 Sunnanå (16:00)

United States – National Womens Soccer League


Kansas City 2 – 0 Boston Breakers (01:35)

Portland Thorns 2 – 0 Washington Spirit (22:00)

Controversy overshadowed the weekend’s Coupe de France semi-final between Montpellier and Olympique Lyonnais:

http://twentyfour7football.com/controversy-at-womens-coupe-de-france-semi-final-6665

4 Comments
  1. gromit 7 years ago

    I share Asa’s feeling about all the FA’s shameful decisions (Doncaster, Lincoln, Powell). I don’t think that the fact that England won nothing but a Cyprus Cup is a shame in itself. Thats is not the relevant question to my eyes, even if I completely understand its importance for English supporters. The fact is that there are other NT existing who can be just better. France has won one Cyprus Cup only so far too.The main thing today is – I think – how bad the English quality level is today or, at least in this Euro, and the fact that the national coach decided not to call some of the best players in the country. That is what prevents this team to go higher, even if not at the right top. So, I totally agree with the both ideas that FA must be deeply reformed, and that Hope Powell should leave her position.

    But I’ll also be very honest – I hope I won’t sound rude or impolite to disagree – by saying that I’m very disappointed with your paper, Keith. Not a single moment you are talking about the game, the way this English NT is actually playing, why it is so bad, why the tactics don’t work, why the players chosen are not the right ones, or why they are so badly used at a wrong position, why the reorganisation of the FAWSL is a shame and a kind of “americanisation” of local football. In another word, you don’t talk about Football. The only thing – and it’s certainly interesting, especially for a French as me who didn’t know who you are, and who is a great friend of England and English football – the only thing you actually did in this paper is talking about yourself, about your C.V., and about politivs which is precisely what you reproach to Powell and the FA. A bit contradictory.
    You keep saying that Hope Powell deserves respect etc, but just to tackle her in the next sentence. I have no problem to see you tackling her, I can help if you need it. But – sorry for my honesty – I feel a lot of personal bitterness and grudge, and that is really embarassing. You say you’re not a candidate for being the coach, but at the same time you really let understand that, yes, you can be the man. And if you’re not (or was not) called, well, that will (was) be only for political reasons. Maybe you’re right. But I think it would be better to tell us what your ideas for the NT are. There is not a single word about them in your paper. Saying only in the last sentence that decisions must be taken, yes, ok, everybody will agree. But it is not enough. Because of your C.V., you have to say more. So, please, give us your ideas for a real and deep change in the England Women’s Football National Team.

  2. Author
    Asa 8 years ago

    @Gromit No live stream of this match,should get some highlights

  3. gromit 8 years ago

    I suppose there will be no streaming anywhere of Arsenal-Bristol ?

    Unfortunately, Juvisy-PSG won’t be broadcast… :o(

  4. Author
    Asa 8 years ago

    @Ken thank you for match results

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