PASSION 6

Weekend Women’s Football Fixtures 16th and 17th August 2014

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

Saturday 16th August

Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

BSF 0 – 0 KoldingQ

Team Viborg 0 – 2 OB

Vorup 3 – 0 B93 / HIK / Skjold

Brøndby 4 – 0 Skovbakken

Fortuna Hjørring 5 – 1 Vejle

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

Elfen Sayama 3 – 3 NTV Beleza

JEF United 2 – 0 Vegalta Sendai

Kibi Univ 0 – 7 Yunogo Belle

Norway Women’s Toppserien

Lillestrøm 1 – 4 Røa

Arna-Bjørnar 5 – 0 Vålerenga

Grand Bodø 1 – 1 Medkila

Trondheims-Ørn 2 – 1 Avaldsnes

Amazon Grimstad 1 – 5 Stabæk

Sweden Women’s Damallsvenskan

Piteå 2 – 4 Rosengård

Kristianstad 1 – 1 Eskilstuna United

AIK 0 – 3 Göteborg FC

Jitex 0 – 8 Linköping

Switzerland Women’s Nationalliga A

Luzern 1 – 2 Neunkirch

Staad 1 – 0 Basel

Grasshopper 0 – 2 Yverdon

Young Boys 4 – 0 Rapperswil Jona

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup – Quarter Final

Korea DPR 1 – 1 United States

(Korea DPR win on penalties)

Sunday 17th August

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

Urawa Reds 0 – 1 INAC Kobe Leonessa

Albirex Niigata 0 – 1 Iga Kunoichi

Norway Women’s Toppserien

Klepp 2 – 3 Kolbotn

Switzerland Women’s Nationalliga A

Zürich 7 – 0 St. Gallen

USA National Women’s Soccer League

Washington Spirit 0 – 1 Sky Blue

Chicago Red Stars 3 – 3 Western New York Flash

Portland Thorns 1 – 0 Seattle Reign

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup – Quarter Final

Germany 2 – 0 Canada

Nigeria 4 – 1 New Zealand

6 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League August 17

    [Week 18] (final week of the first stage)

    Urawa Reds 0 – 1 INAC Kobe
    Kobe: 52’ Rika Masuya
    Attendance: 5,126
    Shots: Urawa 13 – 3 Kobe
    Corners: Urawa 3 – 1 Kobe

    Albirex Niigata 0 – 1 Iga Kunoichi
    Iga: 9’ Saki Tsutsumi
    Attendance: 881
    Shots: Niigata 6 – 3 Iga
    Corners: Niigata 5 – 2 Iga

    #1 Yunogo: Pts=36, W=11, D=3, L=4, GF=37, GA=25, GD=+12
    #2 NTV: Pts=35, W=10, D=5, L=3, GF=36, GA=14, GD=+22
    #3 Urawa: Pts=35, W=10, D=5, L=3, GF=30, GA=11, GD=+19
    #4 Niigata: Pts=32, W=10, D=2, L=6, GF=30, GA=18, GD=+12
    #5 Kobe: Pts=29, W=9, D=2, L=7, GF=33, GA=18, GD=+15
    #6 Chiba: Pts=28, W=8, D=4, L=6, GF=27, GA=23, GD=+4
    ———————————————————————————-
    #7 Sendai: Pts=25, W=7, D=4, L=7, GF=23, GA=17, GD=+6
    #8 Saitama: Pts=17, W=5, D=2, L=11, GF=30, GA=47, GD=–17
    #9 Iga: Pts=16, W=4, D=4, L=10, GF=24, GA=29, GD=–5
    #10 Kibi: Pts=1, W=0, D=1, L=17, GF=11, GA=79, GD=–68

    Yunogo Belle wins the First Stage and a berth in the Mobcast Cup. They will start the Second Stage with 6 points. NTV Beleza is the runner-up and will have 5 points to start the Second Stage. Urawa Reds, with 4 points. Niigata, with 3. Kobe, with 2. Chiba, with 1.

    Ugggghhhhhh…..

    But I still praise the Reds Ladies. Even if they could have won the First Stage by a draw their roster for today is definitely attack-oriented (playing Rie Usui instead of Naoko Wada, for example.) They never aimed at a draw. It is obvious the coach Yasushi Yoshida thinks more of the future of his young players (youngest of the league) than winning only half of the 2014 season.

    And I also praise Yunogo Belle. Do not forget their entire squad was reduced to NINE players in January. Who could anticipate this miracle?

    • Author
      Asa 5 years ago

      Big Thank you to Ken for the great match updates and results throughout the whole Nadeshiko season

    • WSU 5 years ago

      Thank you Ken for all the updates.
      Urawa Reds were so close to winning the first stage, and with such a young squad. It is all very positive.
      Yunogo Belle have showed tremendous resilience after their squad issues at the beginning of the league!

  2. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Of course, anything can happen and nothing can be ruled out. Urawa may lose to Kobe and end as the third.

    However, in my eyes, it looks INAC is destroying themselves in the last five/six games. We know their supporters keep saying “Wait and see. When Naho and Bev are back….” all time and. finally, the team itself is plagued by the same mindset. “When they are back” kind of mind can easily lead to another mind of justifying their poor performance “before they are back.” Too many INAC supporters just want to forget the current league and have only the next one in sight. Are the team any different?

    The Urawa vs. Kobe is 5pm kickoff (8am GMT).

  3. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Thank you Ken for the updates

  4. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League August 16

    [Week 18] (final week of the first stage)

    Elfen Saitama 3 – 3 NTV Beleza
    Saitama: 9’ & 59’ Rie Azami, 90’ Kanako Ito
    NTV: 40’ Mizuho Sakaguchi, 67’ Yui Hasegawa, 75’ Yuka Momiki
    Attendance: 621
    Shots: Saitama 7 – 22 NTV
    Corners: Saitama 0 – 11 NTV

    JEF United Chiba 2 – 0 Vegalta Sendai
    Chiba: 31’ Yuka Anzai, 56’ Yuika Sugasawa
    Attendance: 1,189
    Shots: Chiba 12 – 5 Sendai
    Corners: Chiba 4 – 2 Sendai

    Chiba won the big game and will play in the upper league. Sendai, in the lower league.

    Kibi Univ. 0 – 7 Yunogo Belle
    Yunogo: 7’ & 61’ & 64’ Aya Miyama, 22’ & 84’ Manami Nakano, 29’ Saori Arimachi, 32’ Miki Matsuoka
    Attendance: 2,999
    Shots: Kibi 2 – 19 Yunogo
    Corners: Kibi 0 – 2 Yunogo

    As of today,

    #1 Yunogo: Pts=36, W=11, D=3, L=4, GF=37, GA=25, GD=+12
    #2 NTV: Pts=35, W=10, D=5, L=3, GF=36, GA=14, GD=+22
    #3 Urawa: Pts=35, W=10, D=5, L=2, GF=30, GA=10, GD+20

    and Urawa Reds Ladies will play INAC Kobe tomorrow. Their minimum requirement to win the First Stage is a draw not win (all thanks to the Kanako Ito’s 90’ equalizer against her previous team.)

    What a regret Elfen Saitama will compete in the lower league !! Their last five games are all against teams who will be in the upper league. The results are:

    Saitama 2 – 1 Niigata
    Saitama 4 – 2 Chiba
    Saitama 1 – 2 Yunogo
    Saitama 1 – 0 Kobe
    Saitama 3 – 3 NTV

    3 wins, 1 defeat, 1 draw. And they will be joined by the New Zealand international Sarah Gregorius for the Second Stage.

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