2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
0-0-0, 2nd in UEFA Women's European Championship
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6dESPN

White nets on 100th cap in England WCQ win

England went five points clear at the top of their World Cup qualifying group after beating Austria 1-0 at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.

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36dReuters

Hosts England learn group foes for Women's Euro

Hosts England were drawn alongside Norway, Austria and Northern Ireland for the group stage of the Women's Euro 2022 tournament, while holders the N

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41dESPN

Mead hat trick secures England WC qualifying win

Second half substitute Beth Mead scored a hat trick in England's 4-0 Women's World Cup qualifier win against Northern Ireland at Wembley Stadium.

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46dESPN

FIFA begin women's football advisory board

FIFA announced that consultations will be held with clubs, leagues and member associations "to take informed ideas to a broader audience."

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52dESPN

Bronze, Houghton, Roebuck to miss WC qualifiers

England coach Sarina Wiegman will be without Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze and Ellie Roebuck for their World Cup qualifying matches.

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57dESPN

England's Williams, Yankey inducted to WSL HoF

England legends Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey, Kelly Smith and Chelsea manager Emma Hayes are first four inductees into the WSL Hall of Fame.

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76dESPN

England women win 8-0 in World Cup qualifier

England's women's team began their World Cup qualifying campaign in resounding fashion with an 8-0 thrashing of North Macedonia.

Football fans appear to break in at Wembley (0:50)
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190dESPN

Bardsley a surprise as Riise names Tokyo team

Team Great Britain manager Hege Riise has named her 18-player team for the Tokyo Olympics, with goalkeeper Karen Bardsley a surprise addition.

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197dAssociated Press

'23 WWC sets July 20-Aug. 20 dates

The 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will be played between July 20-Aug. 20.

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197dAssociated Press

Parsons leaving Thorns for Dutch women's team

Mark Parsons was named the next coach of the Dutch women's team and will succeed Sarina Wiegman after the Tokyo Olympics.

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197dReuters

Aluko named Angel City's first sporting director

Angel City have appointed ex-England international Eniola Aluko as their first sporting director, it was announced on Thursday.

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203dReuters

Chelsea's Kirby named FWA player of the year

Chelsea forward Fran Kirby has become the first player to win the Football Writers' Association's Women's Footballer of the Year twice.

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226dESPN

USWNT to face rivals Sweden at Tokyo Olympics

The United States women's national team have been drawn against rivals Sweden as well as Australia and New Zealand in Group G for the Olympics.

Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
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