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News article football bullet    England Women (Lionesses) beat the World champions  
News article football bullet    Scotland 2-0 South Korea in Cyprus Cup  
News article football bullet    British-born Nigerian female footballer scores 14 goals in one match  
News article football bullet    Nicola Sturgeon unveils funding boost for Scotland women ahead of Euro 2017  
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News article football bullet    Pakistani women impress in match against Arsenal  
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News article football bullet    Anna Signeul to step down after Euro 2017  
News article football bullet    Glasgow City FC new signing - Noelle Murray!  
News article football bullet    Kelly Smith, MBE retires from football  
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FIFA leaves berths unchanged for 2019 Women's World Cup


FIFA has left the allocation of berths for the Women's World Cup unchanged, meaning Europe will get one extra berth when the tournament shifts to France in 2019 from Canada last year. The governing body said Friday that Europe gets eight slots at the 24-nation tournament in addition to the host nation. Asia has five, Africa three and Oceania one. North and Central America and the Caribbean have three and South America two. The final berth goes to the winner of a playoff between the fourth-place team from CONCACAF and the third-place nation from South America.

Tavistock Ladies seek Manager


Stanway at the double as Lionesses make quarter finals


Georgia Stanway scored two penalties as England came from behind to defeat Brazil and qualify for the quarter finals of the FIFA Women?s U17 World Cup. The Young Lionesses went into their final Group C match knowing only a win would allow them to make it to the knockout stages of Jordan 2016.

Girl's Football Week


Play Like a Girl


Women's Continental Cup final: Manchester City 1-0 Birmingham City (AET)


Manchester City Women beat Birmingham City in extra time to win the Continental Cup final - with boss Nick Cushing remaining with the team despite his wife going into labour. After the win he admitted he was not aware if his third child had arrived. England's Lucy Bronze sealed victory with a far-post header from a corner after a goalless first 90 minutes. That was enough to win Man City's third major trophy, just seven days after clinching their first league title.

Glasgow City v Aberdeen


Keeva Keenan v Aberdeen - her first city goal.

Bend it like Bath City Ladies: In search of the beautiful game


Talk to the uninitiated long enough about women's football and you'll hear complaints about the quality or style of play versus the man's game .But those in the know recognise it's a different game, with some saying it's more technical - plus there's less cheating than in its male equivalent. Pete Sellwood, executive director of the Bath City FC Community Sports Foundation, said: "For us it had already been initiated through the work of our women coaches, particularly Jordan Guard, and we have ten local secondary schools where we work with excellent teachers in coaching girls.

Match highlights: Manchester City WFC 2-0 Chelsea LFC


Glasgow City - Almost goal 232 for Ross


Leanne Ross almost made it goal number 232 to break the goal scoring record but she hit the bar!

LMC boosts Nigeria Women Football League with N10m


The League Management Company (LMC) has boosted the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) with the sum of N10 million for the competition?s second round to be successfully prosecuted.

Ill or drunk? UEFA probes Scotland's missed women's U19 game


UEFA has charged Scotland's football federation for "refusal to play'' a women's Under-19 European Championship qualifying match amid conflicting reports that players were sick or hung over. UEFA says its disciplinary panel will judge the case next Wednesday. The Scottish team cited an illness for not playing against Serbia on Monday (Tuesday NZ Time) in Albania in a match that would decide the Group 4 winner. Scotland's federation cited "acute gastroenteritis that affected nine players from the squad and eight members of the backroom staff.''

Arsenal Ladies vs ALFC - Bubble Football


Guess the Lioness


England Women's Nikita Parris and Claire Rafferty are the first pair to take on FATV's "Who's Who" challenge to see if either can guess correctly as the other describes their England teammates in 60 seconds without mentioning their club or position.

Scotland Women coach Anna Signeul targets Euro 2017 quarter-finals


Coach Anna Signeul is targeting a place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2017 after Scotland women reached their first major tournament. Finland's defeat by Portugal ensured the Scots one of the six best runners-up spots in qualifying and a place in next year's finals in the Netherlands. "We could have a very good competition," said Swede Signeul. "We haven't even discussed it, but I feel we should get out of the group and go to the quarter-final." Signeul feels a last-eight place "should be the least target we set", with the draw to take place on 8 November in Rotterdam.

Only 83p of each 100 pound spent on women's game


Outrage as football bosses spend just 83p on women's game out of every 100 GBP soccer receives. Stingy soccer chiefs are spending just 83p on the women's game out of every 100 GBP that football receives in lucrative TV deals. Broadcasting pulls in 1.7 billion GBP a year for the sport's authorities but a mere 14 million GBP is paid to develop women's football from its grassroots to the England team.

Shrewsbury Juniors 4 - Stone Dominoes Ladies 3


For the first ten minutes Stone didn't show up, giving much of the possession to Shrewsbury. With the defence under constant pressure, a ball was played in to the Shrewsbury striker, Central defender Hayley Mason matched her for pace and had no choice but to make a last ditch attempt to tackle the player as she shot. Mason was late which ultimately put the striker off balance to strike wide, however the referee gave a penalty. Shrewsbury 1-0 up and Stone woke up and began to play a bit of football however were closed down very quickly by the home side. After a ball came into the Stone box from the right wing, keeper Kelly Lees jumped and caught the ball, however she was bundled over and the ball was in the back of the net. Fuming with the decision by the referee numerous players from the Stone team were spoken to, with Vikki Garner receiving a yellow. Shrewsbury played the long ball each time and their striker had bags of pace which troubled the Dominoes defence. A couple of changes were made, seeing Nat Price make way for Bethan Woodings, who instantly made an impact in the centre, putting numerous challenges in. Stone pulled one back just before half time after some great play down the right hand side by Lisa Elliot linking with Laura Baskerville, creating an opportunity for Mollie Prime to get her name on the scoresheet with a one on one with the keeper. 2-1 half time. After the half, Stone battled harder and had no choice but to play a more physical game against a very physical Shrewsbury side. When Stone had the ball on the floor, the passing was amazing and the unfit Shrewsbury team couldn't keep up. However after possession, nothing came from it up top. More changes for the Dominoes saw, Katie Jones come on at right back for Amelia Shacklestone and Maria Birkett down the right wing for Laura Baskerville. Shrewsbury broke, and got another goal making it 3-1, with how the decisions had gone against them all afternoon Stone dug deep and pushed to get a goal back straight away. Mollie Prime down the left wing found herself in acres of space on numerous occasions, however with putting balls into the box Shrewsbury cleared easily with Stone having nobody on the end of each one. Prime soon took to shooting from the left wing however nothing bothered the keeper until one outside of the box screamer flew past the keeper. 3-2. Stone were beginning to dominate play, however the experience of the Shrewsbury side slowed the game right down. Taking minutes for set pieces, throw ins and goal kicks soon mounted up time, time which Stone needed for the equaliser. Shrewsbury against all the play, went long again and with their striker on the ball she made it 4-2. With ten minutes left Stone pressed and pressed, troubling the Shrewsbury defence however their central defender was strong and cleared up behind them. With the Shrewsbury midfield tired, the Dominoes had more chance to push forward. Jules Kendrick received the ball on the edge of the box after some quick passing with Maria Birkett and Lacey Smith, Smith layed the ball off for Kendrick and with her first touch the ball flew into the top corner, hitting the net and post however somehow bouncing back out. The referee continued play, which frustrated the Dominoes even more to the point it was laughable. Stone were awarded a corner and a great ball came in, for Hayley Mason to out jump the defence and head home making it 4-3. Grabbing the ball and setting up straight away to look again for the equaliser. Shrewsbury again took what seemed forever to take the centre kick, looking for the corner. After a couple of throw ins down the left hand side, Shrewsbury managed to waste 5minutes. Dominoes keeper Kelly Lees voiced her opinion of time wasting to the referee and was greeted with a yellow card. Stone ended up with the ball at Laura Baskervilles feet, Baskerville dribbled past the meaty midfielders, side stepping between them with the ball, one taking a swipe for her legs making her lose the ball. A yellow was awarded to Shrewsbury midfielder, again this taking up a lot of time. Free kick taken from Stone and the full time whistle went. TEAM: LEES, KELSALL, MASON, ELLIOT, SHACKLETON, PRICE, KENDRICK, TEZGEL, PRIME, SMITH, BASKERVILLE SUBS: GARNER, WOODINGS, BIRKETT, JONES GOALS: PRIME (35, 70), MASON ( 83) POM: MOLLIE PRIME
Julia F. Kendrick

Glasgow City v Celtic - SWPL 1


FAWPL: Hull City Ladies VS Brighouse Town


6-2 win over Carlisle United make Bury FC Ladies 3 for 3


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