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Women’s Weekend Fixtures 24th and 25th October 2015

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

Saturday 24th October

Australia Women’s W-League

Canberra United 3 – 0 Sydney FC

Perth Glory 0 – 0 Newcastle Jets 

 

UEFA Women’s Euro Championship

Italy 0 – 3 Switzerland

Georgia 0 – 3 Northern Ireland

 

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Iceland 8 – 0 Faroe Islands

Montenegro 0 – 5 Finland

 

Japan Women’s League 1 Championship Round

INAC Kobe Leonessa 2 – 4 Vegalta Sendai

Urawa Reds 4 – 4 JEF United

 

Japan Women’s League 1 Relegation Round

Iga Kunoichi 0 – 1 Speranza

 

Sunday 25th October

Australia Women’s W-League

Melbourne City 2 – 1 Melbourne Victory

Western Sydney 0 – 3 Brisbane Roar

 

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

Blackburn Rovers 4 – 2 Huddersfield Town
Derby County 0 – 0 Loughborough Foxes
Guiseley Vixens V Sporting Club Albion (off)
Newcastle United 0 – 5 Preston North End
Nottingham Forest 2 – 0 Nuneaton Town LFC
Stoke City LFC 1 – 3 Bradford City

 

FA Women’s Southern Premier League

Coventry City 1 – 1 Portsmouth
Forest Green Rovers 0 – 6 Charlton Athletic
Plymouth Argyle 1 – 3 Cardiff City LFC
Queens Park Rangers 2 – 1 Brighton & Hove Albion
West Ham United 1 – 0 Lewes

 

UEFA Women’s Euro Championship

Germany 7 – 0 Turkey

Croatia 1 – 1 Hungary

Israel 0 – 1 Austria

 

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Norway 8 – 0 Bulgaria

Moldova 0 – 8 Netherlands

Armenia 0 – 8 Greece

Spain 4 – 1 Portugal

 

Japan Women’s League 1 Championship Round

Albirex Niigata 1 – 2 NTV Beleza

 

Japan Women’s League 1 Relegation Round

Elfen Saitama 1 – 1 Yunogo Belle

 

International Women’s Friendly

China PR 1 – 1 Australia

United States 3 – 1 Brazil

 

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4 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 4 years ago

    Nadeshiko League October 25

    Albirex Niigata 1 – 2 NTV Beleza
    Niigata: 59’ Marumi Yamazaki
    NTV: 43’ Mina Tanaka, 90+4’ Mizuho Sakaguchi
    Attendance: 1,724
    Shots: Niigata 4 – 13 NTV
    Corners: Niigata 0 – 7 NTV

    Elfen Saitama 1 – 1 Yunogo Belle
    Saitama: 23’ Sarah Gregorius
    Yunogo: 90+2’ Elizabeth Eddy
    Attendance: 578
    Shots: Saitama 10 – 11 Yunogo
    Corners: Saitama 7 – 8 Yunogo

    Only two weeks ago Aya Miyama scored an equalizer goal at 90+3’ to change a defeat to a draw. Today Elizabeth Eddy scored another equalizer at 90+2’ to save the struggling team. One more interesting fact: one of the eleven shots by Yunogo Belle is by the goalkeeper, Miho Fukumoto, made in the second half. Perhaps she left her own goal far behind in a desperate attempt to change defeat to draw which was eventually achieved by the new American import.

    http://onefortheworld.web.fc2.com/direc_2/2015_statistics.xls

  2. Ken Suzuki 4 years ago

    Nadeshiko League October 24

    INAC Kobe 2 – 4 Vegalta Sendai
    Kobe: 53’ Ayaka Michigami, 77’ Rika Masuya
    Sendai: 20’ Asuka Kakazu, 43’ Saori Arimachi, 65’ Manami Nakano, 73’ Kozue Chiba
    Attendance: 5,049
    Shots: Kobe 15 – 13 Sendai
    Corners: Kobe 7 – 4 Sendai

    Urawa Reds 4 – 4 JEF United Chiba
    Urawa: 5’ & 80’ Chinatsu Kira, 31’ Kana Osafune, 84’ Hikaru Naomoto
    Chiba: 52’ Yuika Sugasawa, 57’ Naoko Sakuramoto, 60’ & 63’ Risa Fukasawa
    Attendance: 1,614
    Shots: Urawa 11 – 11 Chiba
    Corners: Urawa 6 – 4 Chiba

    What a rocky game!
    At half-time: Urawa 2 – 0 Chiba
    At 80’: Urawa 2 – 4 Chiba
    At full-time: Urawa 4 – 4 Chiba

    Iga Kunoichi 0 – 1 Speranza Takatsuki
    Takatsuki: 35’ Karina Maruyama
    Attendance: 565
    Shots: Iga 8 – 3 Takatsuki
    Corners: Iga 4 – 0 Takatsuki

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