Following Matchday 2 in the FIFA WWC Group 2, the British teams have opposite fortunes with qualification for one and struggles for the other.
England currently sit in third place in the FIFA rankings and are one of the favourites to win the tournament alongside the USA, Germany...
With the World Cup less than a week away, let's take a deep look at the 23 players selected by Phil Neville and the squad's strengths and weaknesses.
FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five...
Arsenal duo Beth Mead and Leah Williamson have been named in Phil Neville's final England squad for this summer's FIFA World Cup that will take place in France.
With a month to go before the opening game of the Women's World Cup featuring France v South Korea, here are my predictions on the possible winners.
Arsenal's Pauline Peyraud-Magnin has been chosen by Corinne Diacre to be one of France's three keepers in their 23-player squad that will try to emulate the men's team that won the World Cup last summer.
The Women's World Cup is fast approaching and 14 teams have released their kits ahead of the tournament in France.
There was lots of coverage of the news that the FIFA Women's World Cup Final 2019 in Lyon sold out in just over half an hour when they went on general sale due to unprecedented demand but it's all a bit misleading.
A few days ago, I caught up with Anna Patten while she was in England prior to the England u21 camp, to chat about her 2018, this is part 2 of that interview.
The FIFA WWC 2019 World Cup draw has been made so here is a breakdown of when you will be able to watch Arsenal players during the tournament along with exclusive quotes from the England and Scotland managers.
The draw for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup will take place on Saturday in Paris at La Seine Musicale at 5pm UK time.
With the FIFA 2019 WWC draw barely two months away in Paris, let's have a look at the current state of play in the different confederations.
After a successful trip to Saint-Malo, we went to Vannes the following day to watch Japan v Paraguay and Germany v Haiti.
The 2018 FIFA u-20 Women's World Cup is now over and it is time to review my adventures during the tournament.
England lost in their FIFA u20 World Cup qualifier semi-final, going down 2-0 to Japan.
Ahead of England's u20 game against Japan in the semi-final of the World Cup qualifiers, Mo Marley and Liverpool's Niamh Charles took part in a press conference in Vannes.
England defeated the Netherlands in their u20 World Cup qualifier on Friday, setting up a semi-final appearance on Monday.
The young Lionesses qualified for the FIFA u-20 WWC quarter finals by beating Mexico 6-1, with Lauren Hemp scoring a hat-trick. They will play the Netherlands on Friday for a place in the semis.
We've now reached the semi-final stage and France could well do it again, with Didier Deschamps emulating Aime Jacquet's formula of a team based on hard work, defensive structure and unity, along with creative geniuses in attack.
The women's u20 World Cup draw took place in Rennes, France on Thursday and our resident expert was there for it.
FIFA and the LOC have presented the schedule for the FIFA 2019 WWC that will take place in France.
The FIFA u20 Women World Cup qualifiers are now complete and we know the 16 teams that will take part in the competition next summer in France.
FIFA and the FFF have revealed the Women's World Cup 2018 match schedule. The tournament will take place in Britanny, France from August 5-24.
There will be competition for places in the England u20 World Cup squad, as the Young Lionesses won the Nike International u20 tournament in Florida.
The Women's World Cup qualifying draw was made earlier this week in Nyon and the Arsenal players now know their road to France 2019.
FIFA have revealed the slot allocation for the next Women's World Cup that will take place in France in 2019.
England u17s are through to the FIFA u17 WWC following their 2-1 win against Brazil.
John Griffiths will take a very experienced squad, including five Arsenal players, to the FIFA u17 WWC to be played in Jordan from the 30th September.
The England Women's u17 team will have a difficult task to get out of their group in the forthcoming World Cup to be played in Jordan.
England Women's u17s will likely be handed a tough draw on Monday the 30th, they are seeded in the fourth pot i.e. the weakest teams.
England u17s have won the Euro 2017 third-place play-off and therefore qualified for the FIFA 2016 u17 WWC to be played in Jordan from...
by Lewis Ambrose As a goalkeeper there is nowhere to hide, so you can barely imagine how Siobhan Chamberlain felt in the early hours of...
by Lee Hurley The first Arsenal player to score at the World Cup in Canada is Spaniard Vicky Losada. Losada, who only signed for Arsenal this...
by Sylvain Jamet in Canada Monday's games did not disappoint with seven goals in Group C and ten in Group D, and a first upset with...