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Women’s Weekend Football Results 12th and 13th April 2014

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

Saturday Fixtures 12th April

Austria Frauenliga

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Neulengbach 4 – 1 Union Kleinmünchen

Spratzern 5 – 0 LUV Graz 

Finland Naisten Liiga

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Merilappi United 5 – 0 TPS

 

 

Germany DFB Pokal Women

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SGS Essen 1 – 0 Freiburg (after extra time)

 

 

Italy Serie A

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Brescia 7 – 0 Chiasiellis

Inter Milano 1 – 2 Fimauto

Mozzanica 4 – 1 Firenze

Como 2000 0 – 3 Pordenone

Verona 7 – 0 Napoli

Scalese 0 – 3 Res Roma

Tavagnacco 2 – 0 Riviera di Romagna

Grifo Perugia 2 – 10 Torres Calcio

 

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

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NTV Beleza 2 – 0 Vegalta Sendai

 

 

Spain Primera División Women

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Granada 0 – 0 Rayo Vallecano

 

 

International Women’s Friendly

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South Africa 2 – 2 Zimbabwe

 

 

Sunday Fixtures 13th April

 

 

Austria Frauenliga

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Carinthians 2 – 1 Wacker Innsbruck

Sturm Graz 0 – 1 Altenmarkt

Südburgenland 1 – 1 Landhaus

 

 

Denmark Elitedivisionen

3FLIGA Denmark
KoldingQ 0 – 2 Brøndby

Fortuna Hjørring 0 – 1 OB

Skovbakken 3 – 1 BSF

 

 

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Sporting Club Albion 2 – 1 Stoke City LFC

Leeds United 1 – 1 Blackburn Rovers

Nottingham Forest 1 – 2 Wolverhampton

Bradford City 2 – 0 Newcastle United

Preston North End 0 – 5 Sheffield FC

 

 

FA Women’s Southern Premier League

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 2 Keynsham Town

Lewes 5 – 1 West Ham United

Brighton & Hove Albion 4 – 1 Charlton Athletic

 

 

FA Women’s Cup 5th Round

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Portsmouth 2 – 1 Durham Women

Manchester City 2 – 1 Reading

Notts County 2 – 1 Coventry City

Arsenal 2 – 0 Gillingham

Birmingham City 3 – 1 Doncaster Belles

Chelsea 2 – 1 Bristol Academy

Cardiff City LFC 1 – 3 Everton

Sunderland 0 – 2 Liverpool

 

 

Finland Naisten Liiga

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Pallokissat 2 – 3 Kokkola F10

Nice Futis 1 – 5 PK-35

Honka 2 – 0 HJK

Åland United 5 – 0 ONS

 

 

Coupe de France Féminine

Coupe de France
Rodez 0 – 1 Juvisy

Soyaux 3 – 2 Vendenheim

Mars Bischheim 0 – 9 PSG

Olympique Lyon 6 – 0 Montpellier

 

 

German Frauen Bundesliga

Women's Bundesliga
Turbine Potsdam 3 – 0 Hoffenheim

Wolfsburg 6 – 0 Duisburg

 

 

German DFB Pokal Women

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FFC Frankfurt 2 – 0 SC Sand

 

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

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Urawa Reds 5 – 0 Elfen Sayama

INAC Kobe Leonessa 2 – 0 Albirex Niigata

Yunogo Belle 2 – 1 Iga Kunoichi

FC Kibi University 1 – 2 JEF United

 

 

Bus Eireann Women’s National League

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Cork Women 0 – 10 Wexford Youths

DLR Waves 0 – 0 Shamrock Rovers

Galway WFC 0 – 6 Peamount United

Raheny United 2 – 1 Castlebar Celtic

 

 

Russia Supreme Division

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Zorkiy 2 – 0 Izmailovo

Kubanochka 1 – 0 Rossiyanka

Mordovochka 1 – 3 Ryazan

 

 

Scotland SWPL Cup

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Queen’s Park V Glasgow City

Celtic V Hamilton

Aberdeen V Spartans

Hibernian V Buchan

 

 

Spain Primera División Women

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Atletico Madrid 0 – 3 Barcelona

Sevilla 1 – 0 Levante Las Planas

San Gabriel 1 – 2 Athletic Club

Collerense 3 – 1 Transportes

Valencia 2 – 2 Espanyol

Sporting de Huelva 1 – 2 Levante

Real Sociedad 1 – 1 Oviedo Moderno

 

 

Sweden Damallsvenskan

Sweden – Damallsvenskan
AIK 0 – 4 Rosengård

Vittsjö 0 – 5 Göteborg FC

Piteå 1 – 0 Linköping

Jitex 0 – 1 Umeå

Kristianstad 2 – 0 Tyresö

 

 

USA National Women’s Soccer League

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Houston Dash 0 – 1 Portland Thorns

Kansas City 1 – 1 Sky Blue

Washington Spirit 1 – 3 Western New York Flash

9 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 13

    [Week 3]
    Urawa Reds 5 – 0 Elfen Saitama
    Urawa: 16’ Chika Kato, 35’ & 50’ Ami Otaki, 76’ Kiko Seike, 90+2’ Akane Saito
    Attendance: 3,464
    Shots: Urawa 21 – 5 Saitama
    Corners: Urawa 3 – 2 Saitama

    Ami Otaki’s first goal for Urawa came in two. Urawa collected larger attendance than Kobe.

    INAC Kobe 2 – 0 Albirex Niigata
    Kobe: 14’ & 62’ Rika Masuya
    Attendance: 2,129
    Shots: Kobe 17 – 5 Niigata
    Corners: Kobe 3 – 3 Niigata

    The rookie Masuya saved INAC. She was in the U17 team of 2012.

    Yunogo Belle 2 – 1 Iga Kunoichi
    Yunogo: 24’ Miki Matsuoka, 90+1’ Aya Miyama
    Iga: 74’ Tamami Miyasako
    Attendance: 1,815
    Shots: Yunogo 7 – 13 Iga
    Corners: Yunogo 5 – 3 Iga

    Kibi Univ. 1 – 2 JEF Chiba
    Kibi: 6’ Fumika Noma
    Chiba: 70’ Nodoka Hosaka, 72’ Risa Fukasawa
    Attendance: 441
    Shots: Kibi 4 – 15 Chiba
    Corners: Kibi 0 – 12 Chiba

    [Standing]
    rank: team | points | games | wins | draws | losses | GF | GA | +/–
    #1: Urawa | 9 | 3 | 3 | 0 | 0 | 11 | 2 | +9
    #2: NTV | 7 | 3 | 2 | 1 | 0 | 7 | 1 | +6
    #3: Chiba | 6 | 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 6 | 4 | +2
    #4: Yunogo | 6 | 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 6 | 6 | 0
    #5: Sendai | 6 | 3 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 0
    #6: Niigata | 4 | 3 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 3 | 2 | +1
    #7: Kobe | 3 | 3 | 1 | 0 | 2 | 4 | 4 | 0
    #8: Saitama | 3 | 3 | 1 | 0 | 2 | 5 | 11 | –6
    #9: Kibi | 0 | 3 | 0 | 0 | 3 | 3 | 8 | –5
    #10: Iga | 0 | 3 | 0 | 0 | 3 | 1 | 8 | –7

  2. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 12

    [Week 3]
    NTV Beleza 2 — 0 Vegalta Sendai
    NTV: 64′ Mizuho Sakaguchi, 69′ Yuka Momiki
    Attendance: 2,435
    Shots: NTV 10 — 10 Sendai
    Corners: NTV 11 — 3 Sendai

    U17 Silver Ball Yui Hasegawa is back in the Beleza roster and played in the second half.

    • WSU 5 years ago

      Thanks Ken. Great attendance again.

      • Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

        Yes, but I think two particular factors worked to boost the attendance today. One is that Yui Hasegawa who won the silver ball of U17 just a week ago is also in the NTV squad. (The only one playing in the top division.) No wonder people want to view this hero. Secondly, the venue was in a rather remote province today and it gave the locals the only opportunity in a year to watch a Nadeshiko League game.

        • WSU 5 years ago

          Oh ok, that makes sense. I bet Yui Hasegawa got a well deserved heroes’ welcome when she started the second half. Do the club’s not have regular home grounds, or do they play at various venues to give more people the opportunity to come and see a Nadeshiko League game.

          • Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

            I would say most clubs stick to their home stadiums or, at least, nearby venues. But INAC and, to some lesser degree, Beleza go out from home to have their home games. Or so they did last year.

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      Asa 5 years ago

      Thank you Ken for the updates

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