Womens Weekend Football Fixtures 15th and 16th November 2014

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

Saturday 15th November

SAFF Women’s Championship

Maldives 1 – 0 Afghanistan

Bangladesh 1 – 5 India

EAFF East Asian Women’s Cup

Hong Kong 0 – 9 Korea Republic

Chinese Taipei 4 – 0 Guam 

Australia Westfield W-League

Newcastle Jets 3 – 3 Canberra United

Perth Glory 5 – 0 Western Sydney

Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

KoldingQ 3 – 0 Vorup

Team Viborg 4 – 0 Vejle

France Feminine Division 1

ASPTT Albi 3 – 1 Arras

Soyaux 1 – 1 Montpellier

Italy Women’s Serie A

Verona 2 – 1 Riviera di Romagna

Como 2000 0 – 2 Firenze

Tavagnacco 10 – 0 Orobica

Mozzanica 2 – 0 Res Roma

Bari 2 – 1 Cuneo

Zaccaria 3 – 1 Pordenone

Torres Calcio 2 – 3 Brescia

Spain Women’s Primera División

Athletic Club 1 – 1 Levante

San Gabriel 1 – 1 Transportes

Sunday 16th November

SAFF Women’s Championship

Nepal 3 – 0 Sri Lanka

Pakistan 4 – 1 Bhutan

Australia Westfield W-League

Melbourne Victory 2 – 1 Brisbane Roar

Austria Women’s Frauenliga

LUV Graz 1 – 4 Landhaus

Cyprus Womens First Division

AMOK Chrysomilia V Dafni (09:00)

Champions Ypsona V Pascal/Ledra (09:00)

Kokkinochoria V AE Ammochostos (09:00)

Lefkothea V Apollon Limassol (12:30)

Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

Brøndby 3 – 2 Fortuna Hjørring

OB 3 – 3 Skovbakken

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

Newcastle United 2 – 5 Sheffield FC

FA Women’s Southern Premier League

West Ham United V Queens Park Rangers (off)

Cardiff City LFC 3 – 3 Charlton Athletic

France Feminine Division 1

PSG 2 – 0 Saint-Étienne

Olympique Lyon 7 – 0 Rodez

Issy 0 – 4 Guingamp

Juvisy 4 – 0 Metz

German Frauen Bundesliga

Hoffenheim 1 – 7 FFC Frankfurt

Duisburg 1 – 1 USV Jena

Bayer Leverkusen 5 – 1 Freiburg

Turbine Potsdam 2 – 0 SC Sand

Wolfsburg 4  – 0 SGS Essen

Japan League 1 Women’s Championship Round

NTV Beleza 1 – 0 JEF United

Albirex Niigata 5 – 1 Yunogo Belle

INAC Kobe Leonessa 0 – 0 Urawa Reds

Portugal 1a Divisão Women

Ouriense V Benfica (15:00)

Vilaverdense V Boavista Porto (15:00)

GDC A-dos-Francos V Cesarense (15:00)

Albergaria V Leixões (15:00)

Valadares Gaia V Fundação (15:00)

Republic of Ireland Women’s National League

Peamount United V Galway WFC

UCD Waves V Cork City Women

Wexford Youths V Castlebar Celtic

Russia Supreme Division Women

Rossiyanka 0 – 1 Zvezda Perm

Zorkiy 1 – 0 Ryazan

Scotland SWF Scottish Cup

Glasgow City V Spartans

Spain Women’s Primera División

Barcelona 1 – 0 Atletico Madrid

Sporting de Huelva 3 – 0 Sevilla

Oviedo Moderno 1 – 0 Fundación Albacete

Espanyol 4 – 0 Santa Teresa

Valencia 5 – 0 Collerense

Rayo Vallecano 0 – 1 Real Sociedad

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  1. Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

    Nadeshiko League November 16

    [week 9]

    INAC Kobe 0 – 0 Urawa Reds
    Attendance: 4,453
    Shots: Kobe 9 – 9 Urawa
    Corners: Kobe 7 – 6 Urawa

    NTV Beleza 1 – 0 JEF Chiba
    NTV: 72’ Rin Sumida
    Attendance: 796
    Shots: NTV 14 – 9 Chiba
    Corners: NTV 7 – 2 Chiba

    Albirex Niigata 5 – 1 Yunogo Belle
    Niigata: 45’ Megumi Kamionobe, 57’ Tiffany McCarty, 64’ Miku Kojima, 83’ & 89’ Marumi Yamazaki
    Shots: Niigata – Yunogo
    Corners: Niigata – Yunogo

    For some reason the league does not post the stats of this match four hours after the match.

    #1 Urawa: Pts=24, W=6, D=2, L=1, GF=17, GA=7, GD=10
    #2 NTV: Pts=21, W=5, D=1, L=3, GF=12, GA=10, GD=2
    #3 Yunogo: Pts=17, W=3, D=2, L=4, GF=12, GA=19, GD=–7
    #4 Niigata: Pts=15, W=3, D=3, L=3, GF=13, GA=13, GD=0
    #5 Chiba: Pts=10, W=3, D=0, L=6, GF=17, GA=18, GD=–1
    #6 Kobe: Pts=9, W=1, D=4, L=4, GF=10, GA=14, GD=–4

    So, Urawa Reds Ladies are not champ yet. One more match to go, and they will miss the title in the final week if

    (1) They lose to Niigata
    (2) NTV beat Yunogo
    (3) NTV overturn the goal difference of 8

    • WSU 8 years ago

      Thank you Ken, much appreciated.

    • Gina West 8 years ago

      Thank you Ken.
      Fantastic attendance at INAC v Urawa! Looking at the stats (& result), it was a very evenly matched game?
      Urawa Reds are so close! I hope they remain focused and get the job done next week.

      • Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

        It was a close and even match indeed. It was unfortunate for Urawa that Hikaru Naomoto was fouled and carried off on stretcher at 26′. Central Midfielder is the only position the Reds lacks depth. (They already lose Nozomi Fujita for six months.) Today they played the 15-year-old Fuka Nagano to replace Naomoto. Nagano was in the U17 team who won in March, but I still feared she could be a “hole” to let Kobe’s attackers in. Well, she did not. Nagano filled in the role well even if she lacks the Naomoto’s effectiveness in offense.

        After the match we saw Naomoto was walking (with a bit of limp) with her team. I pray the injury is a minor one.

        Today’s result forces me to make another trip–to Urawa next week!

        • Gina West 8 years ago

          Sorry to hear about the injury to Naomoto, it is a positive sign that she was walking after being carried off on a stretcher. I hope it is just a minor injury too.

          Wow, a lot of responsibility and big boots to fill for the 15 year old Fuka Nagano! I am pleased the young player took on the role well in such an important fixture. Sounds like a player to watch for the future.

          Haha, I don’t blame you for wanting to make another trip to Urawa next week!

          • Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

            It is reported today Naomoto got her ligament (“medial collateral ligament” to be precise) injured. A detailed diagnosis is not coming out but it is anticipated this kind of injury needs a month or two to heal.


            Urawa supporters (myself included) are very unhappy with INAC’s rough play. Sawa’s involvement in the Naomoto’s injury may be accidental. But we saw the referee repeatedly warned Takase who laughed it off and continued hitting an Urawa player who had already sent ball away. DIRTY!! I don’t understand how Nahomi Kawasumi who made an unbelievable record of fair-play in NWSL (1 foul called in 20 matches and 1531 minutes!!) now stands by and lets it happen in front of her eyes . . . . . .

          • Gina West 8 years ago

            That’s terrible news!!!! I feel so sorry for Naomoto.

            It seems very out of character for these players to be involved in rough, dirty play. Very unfair again for Urawa, lets hope they can stay focused and get the job done at the weekend.

          • Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

            This game was the INAC’s last in their home stadium, After the match their players formed a line while Takase, the captain, spoke to the supporters. We saw she broke into tears and apologized for her team’s performance in 2014. She was obviously very upset and desperate. Still, it doesn’t excuse what she did in the play.

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      Asa 8 years ago

      Thank you Ken for the match updates. 試合のアップデートをあなたにケンに感謝

  2. Ken Suzuki 8 years ago

    Nadeshiko League November 15

    [Relegation Play-Off]
    Nittai Univ. 1 – 2 Iga Kunoichi
    Nittai: 43′ Shoko Uemura
    Iga: 45+1′ Madoka Haji, 90+2′ Kristen Anne Mewis
    Attendance: 322
    Shots: Nittai 5 – 17 Iga
    Corners: 0 – 4 Iga

    Their next match is on November 23 at Iga’s home. The winner of the play-off will be in the top division in 2015.

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