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Who are England’s Lionesses? Profile of England’s Women’s Football team

Men’s football has long held its place in the hearts of its fans, but women’s football has only recently begun to receive the attention it deserves. This …

Nearly 40% of parents of girls report their daughters being inspired to take up a sport after watching pros in action

2017 has been a great year for women in sport, with the England cricket team winning the World Cup, the England Football team reaching the semi-finals of the …

Arsenal’s Nobbs left delighted at FA Women’s Football Awards

(Picture: Action Images) By Kieran Theivam Arsenal Ladies midfielder Jordan Nobbs beat off some strong competition to be crowned England Women’s Player of …

Leach sparks promotion celebrations with dramatic penalty save for Vixens

(Photo: The FA) By Luke Baker BRISTOL City could hardly have sealed promotion to WSL 1 in more dramatic fashion, but two-goal hero Claire Emslie believes it …

Yeovil Town Ladies soar into the top flight

By Charlie Bennett FROM soldiers to social workers, Yeovil Town Ladies have a unique blend and striker Kelly Aldridge says it has earned them promotion to WSL …

Villa’s Mayling puts in hard yards for England

By Chris Bailey ASTON Villa starlet Sarah Mayling says she is back on England’s radar thanks to the gruelling extra-curricular work she put in after …

Lionesses win on their trip to Spain

(Photo: The FA) By Kieran Theivam England midfielder Jordan Nobbs says the team need to be ‘adaptable’ after a much-improved performance against Spain last …

Toni Duggan’s rollercoaster ride back on track

A DOUBLE winner and back in the England squad – after a testing few months Manchester City’s poster girl Toni Duggan is once again smiling in the photos …

Lionesses get set for Spain date with Euros on the horizon

Positive: Jade Moore believes England can shine at next year’s Euros (Photo: The FA) By Tony Leighton England have stepped on to a learning curve that …

Girls’ Football Week: Baroness buoyed by FA initiative success

By Kieran Theivam Head of Women’s Football at the FA, Baroness Sue Campbell, believes events such as FA Girls’ Football Week can “transform women’s …

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