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Women’s Weekend Football Fixtures 11th April & 12th April 2015

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

Saturday 11th April

Austria Womens Frauenliga

Wacker Innsbruck 3 – 2 LUV Graz 

 

UEFA Women’s U-17 Championship – Elite round

Denmark 1 – 1 Sweden

Germany 5 – 1 Czech Republic

Finland 1 – 2 Turkey

Switzerland 8 – 1 Serbia

Republic of Ireland 0 – 0 Netherlands

Belarus 0 – 2 Italy

Austria 2 – 3 Norway

England 4 – 1 Hungary

 

Italy Women’s Serie A

Mozzanica 2 – 0 Orobica

Como 2000 1 – 7 Brescia

Firenze 3 – 1 Cuneo

Tavagnacco 3 – 2 Pordenone

Verona 7 – 1 Bari

Res Roma 3 – 0 Riviera di Romagna

Zaccaria V Torres Calcio

 

Japan Women’s League 1

Urawa Reds 4 – 1 Elfen Saitama

Albirex Niigata 1 – 0 Yunogo Belle

 

Spain Women’s Primera División

Valencia 1 – 2 Levante

Oviedo Moderno 0 – 2 Athletic Club

 

Sweden Women’s Damallsvenskan

Hammarby 3 – 1 Mallbacken

 

Switzerland Women’s Nationalliga A

Yverdon 2 – 1 St. Gallen (15:00)

Staad 1 – 3 Basel (17:15)

Young Boys 2 – 0 Luzern (17:30)

Neunkirch 1 – 3V Zürich (19:00)

 

USA National Women’s Soccer League

Houston Dash 2 – 0 Washington Spirit

 

All Africa Games 2nd Leg

South Africa 5 – 0 Botswana

Senegal V Egypt (17:30)

 

 

Sunday 12th April

Austria Womens Frauenliga

Südburgenland 0 – 2 Neulengbach

 

Denmark Women’s 3F Ligaen

KoldingQ 3 – 0 BSF

OB 2 – 3 Fortuna Hjørring

Brøndby 0 – 1 Skovbakken

 

England Women’s Super League 2

Oxford United V Yeovil Town (19:00)

 

FA Women’s Southern Premier League

Preston North End 1 – 1 Sporting Club Albion

Bradford City 4 – 1 Nottingham Forest

Coventry City 6 – 4 Huddersfield Town

Sheffield FC 3 – 1 Stoke City LFC

Derby County 4 – 1 Newcastle United

 

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

West Ham United 1 – 0 Cardiff City LFC

Brighton & Hove Albion 4 – 1 Plymouth Argyle

Lewes 1 – 1 Tottenham Hotspur

Keynsham Town 1 – 3 Portsmouth

Copsewood LFC  1 – 0 Queens Park Rangers

 

FA Women’s Cup

Manchester City 3 – 1 Birmingham City

Notts County 5 – 1 Aston Villa

Everton 1 – 1 Charlton Athletic (Everton win 4-3 on penalties)

Arsenal 1 – 2 Chelsea

 

Japan Women’s League 1

NTV Beleza 1 – 1 JEF United

Iga Kunoichi 1 – 2 Vegalta Sendai

Speranza 1 – 3 INAC Kobe Leonessa

 

 

German Frauen Bundesliga

 

Bayer Leverkusen 1 – 2 FFC Frankfurt

USV Jena 0 – 4 Wolfsburg

 

 

Portugal 1a Divisão Women Championship Round

Fundação V Valadares Gaia

Ouriense V Benfica

 

Portugal 1a Divisão Women Relegation Round

GDC A-dos-Francos V Cesarense

Albergaria V Vilaverdense

Boavista Porto V Leixões

 

Scotland Women’s Premier League

Spartans 0 – 4 Rangers

Aberdeen 1 – 2 Glasgow City

Inverness City 1 – 2 Forfar Farmington

Celtic 7 – 1 Heart of Midlothian

Hibernian 3 – 1 Stirling University

Hamilton Academical 1 – 4 Hutchison Vale

 

Spain Women’s Primera División

San Gabriel 2 – 0 Fundación Albacete

Barcelona 8 – 0 Sevilla

Real Sociedad 0 – 0 Transportes

Sporting de Huelva 2 – 0 Santa Teresa

Espanyol 0 – 1 Atletico Madrid

Rayo Vallecano 1 – 1 Collerense

 

Sweden Women’s Damallsvenskan

Kristianstad 1 – 0 Umeå

Piteå 0 – 1 Vittsjö

AIK 0 – 2 Göteborg FC

KIF Örebro 1 – 4 Rosengård

Eskilstuna United 1 – 0 Linköping

 

USA National Women’s Soccer League

Portland Thorns 4 – 1 Boston Breakers

Kansas City V Sky Blue (21:00)

 

All Africa Games 2nd Leg

Zimbabwe V Ghana

Cameroon V Ethiopia

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6 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 12

    [Week 3]
    NTV Beleza 1 – 1 JEF Chiba
    NTV: 59’ Azusa Iwashimizu
    Chiba: 77’ Yuika Sugasawa
    Attendance: 704
    Shots: NTV 13 – 7 Chiba
    Corners: NTV 9 – 0 Chiba

    Iga Kunoichi 1 – 2 Vegalta Sendai
    Iga: 7’ Madoka Haji
    Sendai: 26’ & 53’ Yuri Kawamura
    Attendance: 887
    Shots: Iga 7 – 10 Sendai
    Corners: Iga 7 – 3 Sendai

    Speranza Takatsuki 1 – 3 INAC Kobe
    Takatsuki: 38’ Karina Maruyama
    Kobe: 11’ & 60’ Mai Kyokawa, 19’ Nahomi Kawasumi
    Attendance: 1,229
    Shots: Takatsuki 7 – 20 Kobe
    Corners: Takatsuki 4 – 7 Kobe

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

  2. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 11

    [Week 3]

    Urawa Reds 4 – 1 Elfen Saitama
    Urawa: 40’ & 72’ Chinatsu Kira, 67’ Natsuki Kishikawa, 82’ Rie Usui
    Saitama: 29’ Rie Azami
    Attendance: 1,507
    Shots: Urawa 16 – 5 Saitama
    Corners: Urawa 8 – 2 Saitama

    Albirex Niigata 1 – 0 Yunogo Belle
    Niigata: 30’ Yuri Saito
    Attendance: 763
    Shots: Niigata 17 – 7 Yunogo
    Corners: Niigata 7 – 1 Yunogo

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      Asa 5 years ago

      Thank you Ken

    • Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

      Actually, today’s most impressive (or shocking) match took place in the second division.

      Nojima Stella 0 – 6 Nagano Parceiro
      Nagano: 10’ & 48’ & 60’ & 75’ & 79’ & 84’ Shiho Tomari
      Attendance: 767
      Shots: Nojima 8 – 15 Nagano
      Corners: Nojima 1 – 10 Nagano

      How do you call it? A “double hat-trick”? Did anyone ever see such deed before?

      True, it’s in the second division. But the beaten up Nojima is not an insignificant underdog it was a few years ago. Nojima finished as the third in 2014 winning same number of matches with Takatsuki who plays in the top division this year. They also signed three top-division players—Tanaka from INAC, Kobayashi from Beleza, and Kawashima from Vegalta, and is hoped to enter the top division in 2016.

      The double-hat-tricker Tomari is herself a new transfer from (what else?) Urawa Reds Ladies. The Reds supporters will lose sleep the nest few nights!!

      • Gina West 5 years ago

        Great updates as always, thank you Ken.

        Wow! Great work by Shiho Tomari, I don’t think I have seen many double hat-tricks in league matches, although Fran Kirby of Reading almost managed it a couple of weeks ago against London Bees in the WSL 2. She scored 5 of the 7 goals.

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