Arsenal v Chelsea shouldn’t be thought of as Miedema v Kerr: Beth England is in the form of her life

The Arsenal and Chelsea fixture on Sunday is a top of the table clash and the outcome is likely to determine which team will lift the WSL trophy at the end of the season. But the importance of this weekend’s match has been somewhat overshadowed by the hype around two of

Top Women’s Football Goals of 2019: Numbers 10-6

10. Amy Rodriguez Vs Sky Blue (NWSL) Rodriguez runs from her own half and strikes the ball from 30 yards out which sizzles through the air, over Haracic’s head and into the back of Sky Blue’s net. Not only did this goal ensure a 1-0 win for Utah Royals but it also

In Sunshine or in Shadow: How Boxing Brought Hope in the Troubles by Donald McRae – A Review

As someone who has grown up in a Northern Ireland post the Good Friday Agreement, I have been told and taught the dreadful tales of the Troubles. I knew that sport had suffered from the violent landscape which Ulster found itself in. But I knew very little about the positive influence which

Rainbow Races instead of Rainbow Laces: How one rowing club are breaking down the barriers for LGBTQI+ participation in sport

On a dark and dreary Saturday in London there was an array of colour cutting through the Royal Albert Docks. You may be familiar with the Rainbow Laces campaign launched by Stonewall six years ago to encourage sportspeople to wear rainbow coloured laces to support LGBT equality in sport. But what about

England v Germany: Preview

Five years ago this month England Women played their first match at the new Wembley. Over 45,000 fans showcased their support in Wembley’s stands that day and it remains as the record attendance for an England women’s home game. But that is set to change this weekend. Germany will be the Lionesses’ opposition

Family First, Kitesurfing Second: Meet kitesurfing’s most famous family

You’ll find it difficult to meet a family with as much sporting talent and passion for what they do as the Bridge family. It’s Steph, Olly and Guy Bridge who will compete in this week’s World Beach Games, but all five members of the family are completely immersed in the extreme

“We will be up there as one of the teams to beat” Team GB’s Hannah Short on the first ever World Beach Games and her love of beach soccer

London City Lionesses, Portsmouth, England, and now Great Britain. This is a sneak peek into the busy life of Hannah Short, the Bristol-born footballer who currently plays for all of these teams, albeit in two very different ways. Traditional, 11-a-side football played on grass: this is the sort of football which is