PASSION 6

Weekend Women’s Football Fixtures, 6th and 7th September 2014

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

Saturday 6th September

Austria Women’s Frauenliga

Wacker Innsbruck 6 – 0 Landhaus

Altenmarkt 6 – 0 LUV Graz

Union Kleinmünchen 2 – 3 Sturm Graz

St. Pölten 1 – 0 Neulengbach

Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

KoldingQ 13 – 0 B93 / HIK / Skjold

BSF 5 – 2 Vorup

Team Viborg 0 – 4 Brøndby

OB 1 – 1 Fortuna Hjørring

Finland Women’s Naisten Liiga

TPS 1 – 2 Kokkola F10

ONS 1 – 3 Merilappi United

HJK 0 – 6 PK-35

Pallokissat 1 – 1 Honka

Nice Futis 0 – 6 Åland United

 

France Feminine Division 1

Guingamp 0 – 3 PSG

Soyaux 3 – 2 Rodez

Germany Frauen Bundesliga

Hoffenheim 0 – 1 Wolfsburg

Norway Women’s Toppserien

Medkila 1 – 3 Stabæk

Arna-Bjørnar 1 – 2 Lillestrøm

 

Spain Women’s Primera División

Athletic Club 5 – 1 Sporting de Huelva

Fundación Albacete 3 – 1 Sevilla

Switzerland Women’s Nationalliga A

Staad 0 – 4 Neunkirch

St. Gallen 0 – 0 Yverdon

Grasshopper 3 – 0 Rapperswil Jona

Zürich 4 – 1 Basel

Sunday 7th September

Austria Women’s Frauenliga

Erlaa 1 – 2 Südburgenland

Denmark Women’s Elitedivisionen

Skovbakken 4 – 0 Vejle

FA Women’s Super League 2

Durham Women 0 – 3 Reading

London Bees 0 – 3 Sunderland

Aston Villa 1 – 1 Yeovil Town LFC

Oxford United 1 – 0 Millwall Lionesses

Watford 1 – 3 Doncaster Belles

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

Bradford City 3 – 0 Sheffield FC

Derby County 5 – 3 Nottingham Forest

Huddersfield Town 3 – 0 Wolverhampton

Preston North End 1 – 5 Coventry City

Stoke City LFC 4 – 0 Newcastle United

Blackburn Rovers 2 – 1 Sporting Club Albion

FA Women’s Southern Premier League

Brighton & Hove Albion 0 – 2 Portsmouth

Gillingham 2 – 1 Keynsham Town

Lewes 0 – 1 West Ham United

Plymouth Argyle 2 – 1 Cardiff City LFC

Queens Park Rangers 3 – 0 Copsewood LFC

Tottenham Hotspur 5 – 2 Charlton Athletic

FA Women’s Super League Cup

Arsenal 2 – 0  Notts County (After Extra Time)

Manchester City 1 – 0 Chelsea

France Feminine Division 1

Arras 1 – 1 Saint-Étienne

Metz 0 – 15 Olympique Lyon

Montpellier 3 – 0 ASPTT Albi

Juvisy 3 – 1 Issy

Germany Frauen Bundesliga

FFC Frankfurt 6 – 0 Duisburg

Freiburg 1 – 2 Bayern München

SGS Essen 0 – 1 Turbine Potsdam

Herforder SV 1 – 3 SC Sand

USV Jena 1 – 2 Bayer Leverkusen

Norway Women’s Toppserien

Vålerenga 1 – 0 Røa

Grand Bodø 0 – 1 Avaldsnes

Trondheims-Ørn 2 – 1 Klepp

Scotland Women’s Premier League

Hibernian 2 – 0 Spartans

Forfar Farmington 3 – 1 Inverness City

Buchan 0 – 3 Hamilton

Glasgow City 4 – 0 Aberdeen

Queen’s Park 1 – 2 Hutchison Vale

Celtic V Rangers

Spain Women’s Primera División

Santa Teresa 1 – 3 Transportes

Espanyol 0 – 5 Valencia

Oviedo Moderno 2 – 0 San Gabriel

Levante 1 – 0 Real Sociedad

Barcelona 2 – 0 Collerense

Atletico Madrid 0 – 0 Rayo Vallecano

Sweden Women’s Damallsvenskan

Jitex 0 – 1 Piteå

Rosengård 2 – 1 Kristianstad

Switzerland Women’s Nationalliga A

Luzern 3 – 0 Young Boys

25 Comments
  1. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full-Time after ET: Arsenal 2 – 0 Notts County, Caroline Weir 99′, Kelly Smith, FA Womens Super League Cup

  2. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full-Time: Manchester City 1 – 0 Chelsea, Toni Duggan 52′, FA Womens Super League Cup

  3. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Olympique Lyon create a club record. Full Time: Metz 0 – 15 Olympique Lyon, France Womens Feminine Division 1

  4. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full Time:
    Rosengård 2 – 1 Kristianstad,Anja Mittag 16′,Therese Björck 29′,Ramona Bachmann 90′,Sweden Womens Damallsvenskan

  5. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Goal: Manchester City 1 – 0 Chelsea, Toni Duggan 52′, FA Womens Super League Cup

  6. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Half Time: France Womens Feminine Division 1

    Metz 0 – 8 Olympique Lyon

  7. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Half-Time: FA Womens Super League Cup

    Arsenal 0 – 0 Notts County

    Manchester City 0 – 0 Chelsea

  8. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full Time: SGS Essen 0 – 1 Turbine Potsdam, Jennifer Cramer 61′, Germany Frauen Bundesliga

  9. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Goal: SGS Essen 0 – 1 Turbine Potsdam, Jennifer Cramer 61′ , Germany Frauen Bundesliga

  10. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    FFC Frankfurt 6 – 0 Duisburg
    Goals From:
    Peggy Kuznik 9′ 54′ (FFC Frankfurt)
    Célia Sasic 22′ 57′ (FFC Frankfurt)
    Mandy Islacker 48′ (FFC Frankfurt)
    Dzsenifer Marozsan 68′ (FFC Frankfurt)
    Attendance: 1920

  11. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League September 7.

    [Week 2, Second Stage]

    Yunogo Belle 1 – 1 Albirex Niigata
    Yunogo: 74’ Aya Miyama
    Niigata: 27’ Aya Saeki
    Attendance: 1,498
    Shots: Yunogo 10 – 14 Niigata
    Corners: Yunogo 5 – 1 Niigata

    Yunogo Belle finished two games of the second stage without using substitution at all. They won the first stage and is running at the top, but with an unbelievable lack of squad depth not to mention that Fukumoto is their only GK. Today their equalizer was (what else?) Aya Miyama’s direct FK.

    INAC Kobe 3 – 4 JEF United Chiba
    Kobe: 6’ Megumi Takase, 56’ Nahomi Kawasumi, 88’ Rika Masuya
    Chiba: 29’ Yuika Sugasawa, 53’ Risa Fukasawa, 68’ Mari Kawamura, 70’ Kozue Setoguchi
    Attendance: 3,183
    Shots: Kobe 14 – 8 Chiba
    Corners: Kobe 10 – 3 Chiba

    NTV Beleza 0 – 3 Urawa Reds
    Urawa: 21’ Natsuki Kishikawa, 23’ Chika Kato, 32’ Hikaru Naomoto
    Attendance: 1,270
    Shots: NTV 10 – 12 Urawa
    Corners: NTV 5 – 0 Urawa

    Two NWSL Nadeshikos played today. Kawasumi for full time, Kiryu for the second half. “Naho” assisted and scored. “Nana” was effectively blocked. (Looks the Beleza supporters forgot to raise the “Gorgeous Lefty” banner.) And both suffered their teams’ defeat.

    #1 Yunogo: Pts=10, W=1, D=1, L=0, GF=4, GA=2, GD=+2
    #2 Urawa: Pts=8, W=1, D=1, L=0, GF=5, GA=2, GD=+3
    #3 NTV: Pts=6, W=0, D=1, L=1, GF=1, GA=4, GD=–3
    #4 Niigata: Pts=5, W=0, D=2, L=0, GF=2, GA=2, GD=0
    #5 Chiba: Pts=4, W=1, D=0, L=1, GF=5, GA=6, GD=–1
    #6 Kobe: Pts=3, W=0, D=1, L=1, GF=5, GA=6, GD=–1

    Elfen Saitama 3 – 0 Kibi Univ.
    Saitama: 3’ Rie Azami, 24’ Kaoruko Suzuki, 39’ Eriko Arakawa
    Attendance:
    Shots: Saitama 0 – 0 Kibi
    Corners: Saitama 0 – 0 Kibi

    #1 Sendai: Pts=14, W=2, D=0, L=0, GF=8, GA=0, GD=+8
    #2 Saitama: Pts=12, W=2, D=0, L=0, GF=5, GA=1, GD=+4
    #3 Iga: Pts=5, W=0, D=0, L=2, GF=1, GA=6, GD=–5
    #4 Kibi: Pts=0, W=0, D=0, L=2, GF=0, GA=7, GD=–7

    Nadeshiko League is suspended for the national team’s Ghana match then Asian Games until it restarts on October 4.

    • Author
      Asa 5 years ago

      Thank you Ken

    • WSU 5 years ago

      Thank you very much Ken.
      That is unbelievable the lack of depth in Yunogo Belle’s squad and yet they are strong opponents.
      Aya Miyama is the Queen of free-kicks!!
      A great win for Urawa Reds over NTV.

      • Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

        Here is each team’s number of players.

        Yunogo Belle: 17 (1 GK, 8 DFs, 6 MFs, 2 FWs)
        Urawa Reds: 28 (3 GKs, 11 DFs, 9 MFs, 5 FWs)
        NTV Beleza: 23 (3 GKs, 5 DFs, 10 MFs, 5 FWs)
        Albirex Niigata: 24 (3 GKs, 8 DFs, 9 MFs, 4 FWs)
        JEF Chiba: 26 (3 GKs, 8 DFs, 11 MFs, 4 FWs)
        INAC Kobe: 23 (2 GKs, 5 DFs, 10 MFs, 6 FWs)
        Vegalta Sendai: 23 (3 GKs, 7 DFs, 9 MFs, 4 FWs)
        Elfen Saitama: 25 (3 GKs, 5 DFs, 10 MFs, 7 FWs)
        Iga Kunoichi: 27 (3 GKs, 9 DFs, 10 MFs, 5 FWs)

        I guess I know why Yunogo suffers this particular problem. Except for the players of INAC Kobe all Nadeshikos either work or are students. However, Yunogo is a local district in the middle of mountains, which means not many jobs are available in the first place. No wonder so many have no choice but to leave….

        • WSU 5 years ago

          Thank you for this information Ken, it is very interesting.
          Yeah, that makes sense that it is so difficult for the players to stay at Yunogo with few job prospects to support them :/

  12. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full Time:
    Guingamp 0 – 3 PSG, Kenza Dali 22′, Kosovare Asllani 33′, Lindsey Horan 73′, France Womens Feminine Division 1

  13. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Goal: Guingamp 0 – 3 PSG, Lindsey Horan 73′, France Womens Feminine Division 1

  14. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    The Royal Spanish Football Federation have agreed a deal with http://www.goltelevision.com/ to show Live Spanish Womens games this season

  15. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Spain Womens Primera División Season starts today: Athletic Club V Fundación Cajasol Sporting live on: http://www.goltelevision.com/programacion

  16. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full Time: Hoffenheim 0 – 1 Wolfsburg, Martina Muller 2′, Germany Frauen Bundesliga

  17. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Half Time: Guingamp 0 – 2 PSG, Kenza Dali 22′, Kosovare Asllani 33′, France Womens Feminine Division 1

  18. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Thank you Ken

  19. Ken Suzuki 5 years ago

    Nadeshiko League September 6

    [Week 2, Second Stage]

    Vegalta Sendai 4 – 0 Iga Kunoichi
    22′ Yuri Kawamura, 29′ Risa Yamamoto, 78′ Kana Osafune, 87′ Haruka Hamada
    Attendance: 1,505
    Shots: Sendai 10 – 10 Iga
    Corners: Sendai 3 – 1 Iga

    Brittany Cameron’s first game in the Nadeshiko League. She guarded the Sendai’s goal for 90 minutes.

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