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

A club-by-club guide for the Women’s Libertadores 2019

By Maitane Alaña, Olga Bagatini, Flavia Festa, Alexandra Ibaceta The Women’s Libertadores 2019 kicks off this Friday with Colombian giants Atlético Huila aiming to retain the crown they won in Brazil 12 months ago. The 11th edition of the competition takes place at high altitude in Quito, Ecuador, despite the political chaos

Sports Gazette newspaper review 22/03/19

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Meet Kelly Lindsey: The American trying to build Afghan women’s football from the top down

Afghanistan. A country devastated by war. A breeding ground for extremism and terror. A nation with an unwavering association to Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda. A politically unstable landscape eternally engulfed in both domestic and international turmoil. These are the thoughts most frequently invoked in any discourse of Afghanistan, and one