After an eventful 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16, we now have our final eight but there’s only one place to start rounding up the first knockout stage of this tournament.
After two thrilling weeks of Group Stage action at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we round up all the drama and results and guide you through the final standings ahead of the Knockouts which commences this weekend.
After 24 thrilling fixtures across six groups at the round-robin stage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we take a look at the state of play as teams enter the final round of group matches.
After Thursday’s heartbreak against the Netherlands, England face an UEFA Nations League Third-Place Play-Off against Switzerland at the Estadio D. Alfonso Henriques.
Tonight sees the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup get underway in Paris, France as 24 teams gear up to do battle for football’s ultimate prize over the next month as France meet South Korea in tonight’s opening match.
With Portugal already through to Sunday’s Final after beating Switzerland, Netherlands meet England in the second semi-final of the inaugural UEFA Nations League at Estadio D. Afonso Henriques.
Injured Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has been included in England’s squad for the UEFA Nations League Finals next month.
England Lionesses manager, Phil Neville has announced his 23 woman squad for this summer’s FIFA World Cup in France, which commences on June 7th.
Having thrashed Czech Republic on Friday, England head to Montenegro looking to make it a perfect start to their UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying group.
Having booked their place in this summer’s UEFA Nations League Finals, England kick off their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign against Czech Republic at Wembley Stadium.