Women’s Weekend Football Fixtures 23rd & 24th May 2015

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

Saturday 23rd May

Austria Frauenliga

Neulengbach V Sturm Graz

St. Pölten 2 – 1 Altenmarkt


Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

KoldingQ 3 – 4 Fortuna Hjørring


Finland Women’s Naisten Liiga

HJK 0 – 1 Åland United

Merilappi United 1 – 4 PK-35

Honka 2 – 4 TPS

Pallokissat 3 – 0 Nice Futis


USA National Women’s Soccer League

Boston Breakers 1 – 1 Sky Blue


International Women’s Friendly

Belgium 3 – 2 Norway


Sunday 24th May

Austria Frauenliga

Südburgenland V Union Kleinmünchen

Landhaus V LUV Graz (16:00)


Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

OB 1 – 4 Skovbakken


FA Women’s Super League 2

Aston Villa 2 – 1 London Bees

Oxford United 2 – 3 Everton

Watford 2 – 4 Yeovil Town


FA Women’s Premier League Play Off Final

Portsmouth FC 0 – 1 Sheffield FC


Finland Women’s Naisten Liiga

Vasa IFK 1 – 7 Ilves


Portugal 1a Divisão Women

GDC A-dos-Francos V Albergaria (16:00)

Vilaverdense V Leixões (16:00)

Boavista Porto V Cesarense


Scotland Women’s Premier League

Inverness City V Spartans

Heart of Midlothian V Forfar Farmington

Celtic V Hutchison Vale

Hibernian V Rangers

Hamilton Academical V Aberdeen (16:00)

Stirling University V Glasgow City (16:00)


USA National Women’s Soccer League

Western New York Flash 3 – 2 Washington Spirit

Kansas City 1 – 2 Chicago Red Stars

Portland Thorns 0 – 1 Houston Dash


International Women’s Friendly

Japan 1 – 0 New Zealand


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  1. Ken Suzuki 7 years ago

    As I reported I went to the game on May 6. Officially the match was Yunogo Belle vs. Urawa Reds. However, the practical competition was Aya Miyama vs. Urawa Reds. Belle could have done nothing against the Reds were not Miyama there. In fact, Belle can do nothing against any team without Miyama. And the tragic fact is the more other players rely on Miyama the more they lose their own quality. The present situation of Yunogo Belle shows even the magnificent Miyama cannot carry such team all by herself. It is almost certain her team will play in the lower group in the second stage. Who can tell for certain they will stay in the top division?

    And I have no choice but to say—exactly same thing is happening to the national team. Officially, today’s game was Japan vs. New Zealand. The truth is it was Aya Miyama vs. New Zealand. New Zealand outperformed Japan in everything, not only the usual physicality and speed but also the possession and organization. It was New Zealand, not Japan, who reminds us of the Nadeshikos we saw in 2011 cup.

    Japan still has Miyama and that’s all they have. Miyama’s quality kick is something to be found nowhere else in the world therefore very difficult to practice against. It worked again today. Miyama’s corner kick caused the Sawa’s goal and Japan managed to keep the lead to the end thanks to multiple factors of which the primary one was luck. (Saw the PK?)

    But what is happening to Belle will happen to Japan. Miyama will find even her super effort is less than enough to prevent her team from tumbling down in the world of football. There is no doubt.

    However, if you are a supporter of Nadeshiko Japan do not lose your heart. We have our young generation, the players we see in the U23, U19 and even younger. In a way it is fortunate none of them is in the current national team because they did not learn to rely on Aya Miyama.

  2. WSU 7 years ago

    Full-time: Japan 1-0 New Zealand (Sawa 23′)
    Next up for Japan is Italy –

  3. WSU 7 years ago

    59′ Fantastic goal-line clearance by Iwashimizu to deny New Zealand!
    Japan 1-0 New Zealand

  4. WSU 7 years ago

    Half-time: Japan 1-0 New Zealand (Homare Sawa 23′)

  5. WSU 7 years ago

    23′ GOAL! Japan 1-0 New Zealand (Sawa scores!)

  6. WSU 7 years ago

    International friendly match underway: Japan 0-0 New Zealand

  7. WSU 7 years ago

    Japan line-up (v New Zealand): Yamane, Kinga, Kumagai, Iwashimizu, Sameshima, Miyama (c), Kawamura. Sawa, Ando, Kawasumi, Ogimi

  8. WSU 7 years ago

    New Zealand line-up (v Japan): Nayler, Bowen, Erceg (c), Stott, Percival, Hassett, Duncan, Gregorius, Hearn, Longo, Wilkinson

  9. WSU 7 years ago

    Belgium line-up (v Norway): Odeurs, Cayman, Courtois, Coutereels, Deloose, Biesmans, De Gernier, De Caigny, Yuceil, Zeler, Wullaert

  10. WSU 7 years ago

    Norway line-up (v Belgium): Ingrid Hjelmseth – Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Maria Thorisdottir, Nora Holstad Berge, Elise Thorsnes – Solveig Gulbrandsen, Maren Mjelde, Lene Mykjåland, Emilie Bosshard Haavi – Isabell Herlovsen, Ada Stolsmo Hegerberg

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